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Jason Crews - Student Teaching Eval Mid Term&Final

Jason Crews - Student Teaching Eval Mid Term&Final

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Crews, Jason, Michael
Candidate Name: (Last, First, Middle)
Basha High School
School
Chandler Unified School District
School District
Chandler, AZ
City, State
12-Sep
Grade Level (s) Taught
Band
Subject
Matt Kozacek
Name of Mentor Teacher Signature Mentor Teacher Signature Student Teacher Signature University Supevisor Checked by Director, Professional Field ExperiencesDate Prepared
STUDENT TEACHER - 
MID TERM
STUDENT TEACHING EVALUATION 
 
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OTTAWA UNIVERSITYMID TERM STUDENT TEACHING EVALUATIO
This evaluation is to be used for employment purposes and to detail the completion of student teaching. It is intended to provide the prospective employer with specific, pertinent information regarding the candidate’s performance as a student teacher.The University Supervisor will submit the mid term and final evaluation to Ottawa University. It will then be the candidate’sresponsibility to submit copies of this evaluation to potential employers.Candidate Name: (Last, First, Middle)School DistrictDate PreparedCrews, Jason, MichaelChandler Unified School District9-Sep-08SchoolCity, StateBasha High ScholChandler, AZGrade Level (s) TaughtSubjectName of Mentor Teache12-SepBandMatt KozaceBrief description of classroom setting, review of student teacher’s strengths, contributions and professional potential.Level 1 = Student teacher has not yet developed or used this skillLevel 2 = Student teacher is beginning to incorporate this skill in his/her instructional repertoire.Level 3 = Student teacher uses this skill appropriately and competentlyLevel 4 = Student teacher uses this skill consistently with a high degree of competence and confidence.ProficiencyProficiencyAREA12341234 
Teaching Plans and Materials (APTS: 1-4, 1-7, 1-8, 1-9)
Classroom Procedures (APTS: 1-7, 2-2, 2-7, 3-2, 3-15, 7-1)
1. Specifies desired leaner outcomes for lessons
x
13. Begins lesson effectively
x
2. Specifies teaching procedures for lessons
x
14. Presents information clearly
x
3. Specifies resources for lessons
x
15. Gives clear directions and explanations
x
4. Specifies procedures for assessing student
x
16. Uses student responses/questions in teaching
x
progress17. Maximizes opportunities for all to participate
x
5. Plans for student diversity, abilities and styles
x
18. Provides student feedback throughout lesson
x
6. Plans address all levels of knowledge and
x
19. Instruction promotes student retention/
x
understanding understanding
Classroom Interaction and Management (APTS: 2-2, 2-6)
20. Uses effective closure/summarization techniques
x
7. Communicates enthusiasm for student learning
x
21. Effectively uses instructional material in group
x
8. Demonstrates warmth and friendliness
x
presentation9. Shows sensitivity to needs and feelings of 
x
22. Instructional materials promote individual student
x
students learning10. Provides feedback to students about behavior 
x
23. Uses teaching methods appropriately/
x
11. Maintains positive classroom behavior 
x
effectively12. Manages disruptive behavior 
x
24. Uses Instructional time effectively
x
25. Demonstrates knowledge of subject
x
26. Manages conditions for teaching and learning
x
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Jason has been teaching Marching Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, JV Jazz Band and AP Music Theory. Jason'scontribution to the Basha Band Program has been very helpful and educational, not only for him, but for the student's he teaches andmyself as well. Jason has a very strong belief system and it is interesting to get into discussions with him about music and his educational philosophies. He has the potential to become a very strong band director because of his desire to achieve high levels of success with hisstudents. We have been working on the details of his teaching to help him become a stronger conductor and band leader, but its obviousthat his level of interest is high.
Instructional Development Scale
. Summarize the proficiency level for each area listed.

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