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TED Program Goals

Knowledge and Skills


Goal 1: Effective and Professional Communication - Teacher candidates demonstrate competence in oral and written
communication with students and colleagues and engage in synthetic and critical thinking.

1.1 Professional Knowledge:


1.1.1 Understand that reflective thinking and self-evaluation through verbal and written techniques
provide opportunities for active engagement in learning.
1.1.2 Understand the role of information literacy skills in developing next generation learners.
1.1.3 Understand the process of argumentation.

1.2 Professional Skills:


1.2.1 Use effective communication skills to collaborate with colleagues, parents and students.
1.2.2 Facilitate reflective thinking and self-evaluation through verbal and written techniques that
provide opportunities for active engagement in learning.
1.2.3 Infuse information literacy skills when providing opportunities for learning.
1.2.4 Employ and facilitate the process of argumentation.

Goal 2: Curriculum and Instructional Competence - Teacher candidates demonstrate research-based strategies to
develop and deliver effective curriculum, instruction, and assessment of all students while engaging in reflective,
critical analyses of effective teaching.

2.1 Professional Knowledge:


2.1.1 Understand the relationship between standards, curriculum, and assessment.
2.1.2 Know the state accreditation process and how it relates to school improvement, curriculum, and
assessment.
2.1.3 Understand theories of learning, a variety of appropriate instructional strategies
and understand effective instruction for all students.
2.1.4 Understand technology can be used to engage students, support and enhance curriculum, and
aide professional productivity.

2.2 Professional Skills


2.2.1 Design curriculum based on a growth mindset integrated with the principles of differentiation
and brain research.
2.2.2 Design curriculum based on standards that build on previous knowledge, is sensitive to
developmental needs, and uses a variety of appropriate instructional strategies and technology
resources to promote synthetic thinking, critical thinking, problem solving, digital learning, and
literacy.
2.2.3 Identify and assess appropriate student outcomes and performances and create learning
experiences that meet the needs of all students.
2.2.4 Design instruction that is appropriate to stages of social-emotional and intellectual development,
strengths, and needs.
2.2.5 Facilitate self-evaluation and reflective thinking to provide opportunities for active engagement
in learning.
2.2.6 Use technology to enhance professional development and learning, and facilitate professional
productivity.

Goal 3: Leadership and Service - Teacher candidates demonstrate a commitment to serve and lead in a Christian
manner through their interactions with diverse populations of students, colleagues, and communities

3.1 Professional Knowledge:


3.1.1 Possess knowledge and recognize the importance of servant leadership in learning communities.
3.1.2 Experience available opportunities for service and leadership.
3.1.3 Understand the role of servant leadership in student advocacy and mentorship.

3.2 Professional Skills:


3.2.1 Initiate opportunities to serve in diverse learning communities.
3.2.2 Demonstrate the ability to lead within a learning community.
3.2.3 Demonstrate the ability to integrate faith and learning within service and leadership
opportunities with integrity.

Goal 4: Diversity Competence (know-how) - Teacher candidates demonstrate an understanding of diverse student
groups and the ability to facilitate their intellectual and personal growth.

4.1 Professional Knowledge:


4.1.1 Understand and recognize differences in students who represent diversity (ethnic, racial,
religious, gender, language, and exceptionalities).
4.1.2 Understand culturally responsive teaching, and appropriate services and resources necessary to
meet diverse learning needs.
4.1.3 Understand diverse learners in relation to students with exceptionalities.

4.2 Professional Skills:


4.2.1 Make appropriate adaptations (including technology resources) in instruction to meet the needs
of all students.
4.2.2 Collaborate effectively with members of the learning community to use appropriate services and
resources that meet the needs of all students.
4.2.3 Utilize differentiated methodologies and culturally responsive teaching to reach student learning
outcomes
4.2.4 Make appropriate accommodations and modifications based on IEP/section 504 plans to meet
learning goals and objectives for students with exceptionalities.

Goal 5: Standards Based Content Expertise - Teacher candidates demonstrate they are effective teachers by meeting
the appropriate content standards.

5.1 Professional Knowledge:


5.1.1 Possess content knowledge and recognizes the importance of integrated and media literacy.
5.1.2 Know how to integrate content knowledge, technology, and pedagogy to facilitate student
learning in relevant ways.
5.1.3 Understand the structure of knowledge and organizing concepts in the content field.

5.2 Professional Skills:


5.2.1 Devise appropriate learning activities (including technology) that engage students in uncovering
the understanding of the content areas.
5.2.2 Integrate literacy and thinking skills across and between content fields to enhance student
learning.