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Montgomery, Jonathan 000092101 Social Security Number: XXX-XX-8528

Page 1 of 4 Print Date: December 15, 2011

Issued to: Jonathan Montgomery 1351 N. 950 W. Provo, UT 84604

Program of Study: Bachelor of Arts, Science (5-12, Geo) This program requires students to master competencies in the following domains of study. The program and WGU's educational model are described in further detail on the reverse of this transcript. WGU Domains Education Without Boundaries Language and Communication General Science Content Social Science Humanities History and Civics Reasoning and Problem Solving Advanced Geosciences Content Foundations of Teaching Effective Teaching Practices Demonstration Teaching Status Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed Completed

The student has attempted or completed the following courses of study associated with these domains: WGU Course of Study Term 1: 10/1/2007 - 3/31/2008 Domain: Education Without Boundaries EWOB Education Without Boundaries Domain: Language and Communication LCTA Research, Writing and Oral Presentation Domain: Outside Current Program of Study MQTA Quantitative Reasoning and Communication Domain: Social Science IOA4 Social Science Part I: American History, American Government, IOC4 Social Science Part II: American History, American Government, Total Attempted Competency Units: 13 Total Completed Competency Units: 13 Term 2: 4/1/2008 - 9/30/2008 Domain: Outside Current Program of Study QLO1 Quantitative Literacy Pass 6 Pass Pass 3 3 Pass 3 Pass 3 Pass 1 Grade *Competency Units

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WGU Course of Study Domain: Reasoning and Problem Solving RUA1 Reasoning and Problem Solving in the Context of the RUA2 Reasoning and Problem Solving in the Context of the Total Attempted Competency Units: 15 Total Completed Competency Units: 15 Term 3: 10/1/2008 - 3/31/2009 Domain: General Science Content SEA4 Earth and Space Science Part I: Lab SEC4 Earth and Space Science Part II: Theories and Concepts SLA4 Life Science Part I: Lab SLC4 Life Science Part II: Theories and Concepts Total Attempted Competency Units: 16 Total Completed Competency Units: 16 Term 4: 4/1/2009 - 9/30/2009 Domain: Effective Teaching Practices SNC4 Specific Teaching Practices: Science Pedagogy Domain: General Science Content SCA4 Chemistry Part I: Lab SCC4 Chemistry Part II: Theories and Concepts Total Attempted Competency Units: 14 Total Completed Competency Units: 14 Term 5: 10/1/2009 - 3/31/2010 Domain: Foundations of Teaching FST4 Schools and Society Domain: General Science Content SPA4 Physics Part I: Lab SPC4 Physics Part II: Theories and Concepts Total Attempted Competency Units: 12 Total Completed Competency Units: 12 Term 6: 4/1/2010 - 9/30/2010 Domain: Foundations of Teaching FCT4 Classroom Management FDT4 Diversity and Inclusion FHT4 Human Development and Learning FTT4 Testing

Grade

*Competency Units

Pass Pass

6 3

Pass Pass Pass Pass

4 4 4 4

Pass

Pass Pass

4 4

Pass

Pass Pass

5 4

Pass Pass Pass Pass

3 3 3 3

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Total Attempted Competency Units: 12 Total Completed Competency Units: 12 Term 7: 10/1/2010 - 3/31/2011 Domain: Advanced Geosciences Content SGA4 Interdisciplinary Geosciences Science Part I: Lab SGC4 Interdisciplinary Geosciences Science Part II: Theories and Domain: Effective Teaching Practices EIT4 Instructional Planning and Strategies Domain: Foundations of Teaching FTC4 Foundations of Teaching Practice Integration Total Attempted Competency Units: 18 Total Completed Competency Units: 18 Term 8: 4/1/2011 - 9/30/2011 Domain: Demonstration Teaching STT1 Supervised Teaching Practicum, Observations 1 and 2 Domain: Effective Teaching Practices EIO4 Instructional Planning, Strategies and Presentation Integration ETT4 Instructional Presentation and Follow-Up SNT4 Specific Teaching Practices: Science Total Attempted Competency Units: 15 Total Completed Competency Units: 15 Term 9: 10/1/2011 - 3/31/2012 Domain: Demonstration Teaching DCS4 Cohort Seminar POP4 Professional Portfolio SUT1 Supervised Teaching Practicum, Observation 3 and Midterm SVT1 Supervised Teaching Practicum, Observations 4 and 5 SWT1 Supervised Teaching Practicum, Observation 6 and Final Total Attempted Competency Units: 18 Total Completed Competency Units: 18 *Total Cumulative Attempted Competency Units: 133 *Total Cumulative Completed Competency Units: 133 Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass 3 6 3 3 3 Pass Pass Pass 3 6 3 Pass 3 Pass 6 Pass 3 Pass Pass 5 4

Other Assessments: P071 Praxis II-0571 Earth Science Content Knowledge P571 Praxis I-5710 PPST - Reading (computer) P572 Praxis I-5720 PPST - Writing (computer) Pass Pass Pass 0 0 0

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WGU Course of Study P573 Praxis1-5730 PPST - Math (computer) PXST Praxis I PPST

Grade Pass Pass

*Competency Units 0 0

Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Arts, Science (5-12, Geo) - December 12, 2011

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*One competency unit is equivalent to a semester credit of learning. *Total cumulative attempted and completed competency units are calculated through the last completed term.

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Accreditation Western Governors University (www.wgu.edu) is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and is nationally accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC). The WGU Teachers College is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). WGU nursing degree programs are accredited by the Commission for Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The Health Informatics program is accredited by the Commission of Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). Competency Based Education Western Governors University grants degrees and certificates based on the demonstration of competencies. Competencies for every degree and certificate are developed by national panels of experts in the field. The competencies represent the knowledge and skills considered essential for effective performance as a graduate of the particular degree or certificate program. Domains and Courses of Study Each degree or certificate program is comprised of a number of domains (areas of study). Students must fulfill requirements for the domains that pertain to their academic program by pursuing courses of study specific to a domain. The courses of study pertaining to a domain consist of five components: (1) defined competencies that the student is required to demonstrate, (2) learning resources the student employs to gain the competencies, (3) mentor guidance during the students development of the competencies, (4) students participation in a learning community centered on the competencies, and (5) verification of the students competencies via various types of assessments such as objective assessments, essay examinations, and portfolio and other capstone projects. Assessments are administered and proctored at secure testing sites and are designed in accordance to specifications developed and approved by faculty, Program Councils, and the Assessment Council. Competency Units (Credit) One competency unit is equivalent to one semester credit of learning. Class Levels 0-23 units 24-47 units 48-71 units 72-95 units 96+ units = = = = = first year or freshman level second year or sophomore level third year or junior level fourth year or senior level fifth year or fifth year senior level

Full Time Enrollment Undergraduate students are required to enroll in 12 competency units for full-time status. Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate students are required to enroll in 8 competency units for full-time status. Depending on their levels of expertise and how much time they can devote to their studies, students may complete fewer than 12 competency units or many more than 12 competency units in a given six-month term. Grading System Transcripts include five possible marks: Pass: Certifies successful completion of a course of study. The student has demonstrated the required competencies by passing the final assessment with a grade equivalent of B or better or 3.00 grade points on a 4.00 scale. Not Passed: Indicates that a student failed to complete a course of study in the time allotted. To meet program requirements, the student generally re-enrolls for the course of study in a subsequent term. Requirement Satisfied: Recognizes that a student has satisfied the requirements of a course of study through alternate coursework that may not be directly transferred. Transfer: Signifies that the student has completed equivalent coursework, or holds certifications or licenses that comply with Western Governors University transfer credit policies. Withdrawn: Represents that the student was withdrawn from the university or course before term completion. Western Governors University does not calculate a grade point average (GPA). Term Western Governors University enrolls a new class of students at the first of every month and terms are six months in length. Note for Transcripts Prior To October 2004 Prior to October 2004 Western Governors University was a non-term institution for Federal Financial Aid Title IV purposes. All courses of study completed prior to October 2004 do not carry a term designation since the courses of study and terms were non-standard in length. Release of Information In compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (PL93-380), this information is released on the condition that the recipient will not permit any other party to have access to such information without the written consent of the student. To resolve questions of interpretation or for further information, please contact the Records Office at (877) 435-7948 x 3146.
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