Standard 1.4: Exhibits

1.4.a State program review documents and state findings (Some of these documents may be available in AIMS.)

All State program review documents and findings are available at the Kremen School CCTC Accreditation website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc

1.4.b Title II reports submitted to the state for the previous three years

Title II reports from 1999-2011 are available at http://www.ctc.ca.gov/reports/all-reports.html#TITLE2

1.4.c Key assessments and scoring guides used for assessing candidate learning against standards and proficiencies identified in the unit’s conceptual framework(Some of this information may be accessible for nationally recognized programs in AIMS. Cross reference as appropriate.)

Key assesments for programs accredited by the CCTC are available at the Kremen School CCTC Accreditation website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc. Select a program from the left column then scroll down to find key assessments.

For the non-credential programs, (MA in Education, Curriculum and Instruction Option, MA in Teaching, and Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership), find Student Outcomes Assessment Plan (SOAP) for each program at http://www.fresnostate.edu/academics/oie/assessment/s-prsoaps.html.

1.4.d Aggregate data on key assessments, including proficiencies identified in the unit's conceptual framework (Data should be disaggregated by program, and for off-campus, distance learning, and alternative route programs.)

For aggregate data by program for credential programs, find the Biennial Reports submitted by each program to the CCTC on the Kremen School CCTC Accreditation website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc.

For non-credential programs, (MA in Education, Curriculum and Instruction Option, MA in Teaching, and Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership), find the program review documents for each program at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc.  Select “Degree Programs (non-credential)” from the left column.

1.4.e Key assessments and scoring guidesused for assessing professional dispositions, including fairness and the belief that all students can learn

For initial program candidates, the Teacher Dispositions Index is used as a pre- and post-assessment of identified professional dispositions.

For advanced program graduates, the Exit Survey contains items measuring identified dispositions.

1.4.f Data and summaries of results on key assessments of candidates’ professional dispositions (Data should be disaggregated by program, and for off-campus, distance learning, and alternative route programs.)

For initial programs, an analysis of data from Teacher Disposition Index, 2008-2011 is available at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/ncate/documents/standard1/dispositionanalysis.pdf.

For advanced programs, the results of Exit surveys are available at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/ncate/documents/standard1/exitsurveyanalysis.pdf.

1.4.g Examples of candidates’ assessment and analysis of P-12 student learning

The Teaching Sample Project completed by all elementary and secondary candidates, as part of the FAST TPA, requires candidates to plan, administer, and analyze student learning. Examples, with prompts and rubrics, are available at
http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/ncate/standard1/examples.html.

1.4.h Samples of candidates’ work (e.g., portfolios at different proficiency levels) from programs across the unit

Examples of Candidates’ work are available at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/ncate/standard1/examples.html.

1.4.i Follow-up studies of graduates and summaries of the results

For initial programs, Systemwide Evaluation of Professional Teacher Preparation Programs  (SEPTPP) by Graduates:

For advanced credential programs, the Biennial Reports on the Kremen School CCTC Accreditation website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc.

For non-credential programs (MA in Education, Curriculum and Instruction Option, MA in Teaching (MAT), and Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership (DPELFS), the Student Outcomes Assessment Plans (SOAPS) and Program Review documents are available at http://fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc/noncred/.

1.4.j Employer feedback on graduates and summaries of the results

For initial programs, Systemwide Evaluation of Professional Teacher Preparation Programs (SEPTPP) by Employers:

For advanced credential programs, the Biennial Reports on the Kremen School CCTC Accreditation website at http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc.

For non-credential programs (MA in Education, Curriculum and Instruction Option, MA in Teaching (MAT), and Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership (DPELFS), the Student Outcomes Assessment Plans (SOAPS) and Program Review documents are available at http://fresnostate.edu/kremen/cctc/noncred/.

1.4.k Data collected by state and/or national agencies on performance of educator preparation programs and the effectiveness of their graduates in classrooms and schools, including student achievement data, when available

CSU Center for Teacher Quality’s Value-Added Study Description:
http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/ncate/documents/standard1/TeacherPrep-EffectsK-12StudLrning2012.pdf

Value-Added Study Results:
http://www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/ncate/documents/standard1/CSUSystemValueAddedResults11-09-11.pptx

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