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Associate/Mentor Teachers Summative Report

To be completed at the end of the practicum.


Consecutive: OCT ( ) DEC ( )
Concurrent: MAY ( )

FEB ( )

APR ( )

La Marra
Paul
TEACHER CANDIDATE:____________________________________________________________________________________
(Last Name)
(First Name)
Assumption College
Mr. G. Idone
ASSOCIATE TEACHER: ____________________________________SCHOOL:_______________________________________
Grade 10 Science, Grade 12 Phys. Ed. Leadership
GRADE(S) and or SUBJECT:_________________________________________________________________________________
BOARD: Greater Essex County DSB ( ) Windsor Essex CDSB ( ) St. Clair CDSB ( ) Lambton Kent DSB ( ) Other: _______
LEGEND
EXEMPLARY (E)
Displays very good/excellent teaching skills in applying the most appropriate content and methodology to meet learners needs. Actively seeks
feedback. Uses a reflective approach to independently modify teaching practice. Consistently explores and extends understanding of professional
growth and responsibility, including respecting confidential information about students.
PROFICIENT (P)
Displays sound teaching skills in applying appropriate content and methodology to meet learners needs. Requires minimal assistance in responding
to suggestions for improvement. Demonstrates ability to apply reflective thought successfully in a variety of teaching situations. Displays solid
understanding of professional growth and responsibility, including respecting confidential information about students.
ADEQUATE (A)
Displays adequate understanding of teaching skills. Content and methodology selected are generally appropriate and/or adequate to meet learners
needs. Requires some assistance in responding to suggestions for improvement. Limited modifications in teaching practice are implemented as a
result of reflection. Displays basic understanding of professional growth and responsibility, which may include respecting confidential information
about students.
DOES NOT MEET EXPECTATIONS (D)
Displays unsatisfactory understanding of teaching skills. Content and methodology are generally inappropriate and/or inadequate to meet the learners
needs. There may be some response to suggestions for improvement but has difficulty in reflecting on practice and implementing modifications.
Although there may be some understanding of the needs for professional growth and professional responsibility, there is minimal evidence in
practice, which may include respecting confidential information about students.

E = EXEMPLARY : P = PROFICIENT : A = ADEQUATE : D = DOES NOT MEET EXPECTATIONS


PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL FACTORS

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Models professional and appropriate conduct


Cooperates with members of the school community
Dresses professionally and appropriately
Is punctual and prepared for school
Completes assigned tasks satisfactorily
Responds positively to constructive feedback
Practices independence and initiative
Actively participates in the life of the school

Comments:
Paul was always professional in his dealings with students and staff. He also was active within the school community.

COMMITMENT TO STUDENTS AND STUDENT LEARNING

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Shows awareness of how children develop and learn


Incorporates awareness of how socio-cultural differences impact
student learning into lessons
Demonstrates a positive rapport with students
Encourages active student participation in the learning process
Promotes respectful pupil interactions in the school

Comments:
Paul was dedicated to all students and was always willing to aid when they required extra help. He constantly checked their
understanding throughout the lesson.

Associate/Mentor Teachers Summative Report, p. 2.


TEACHING PRACTICE

Paul
La Marra
TEACHER CANDIDATE:________________________
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A. Curriculum & Subject Matter Competence


The teacher candidate:

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Demonstrates accurate knowledge of curriculum content


Differentiates instruction for learners
Sets clear instructional expectations
Uses effective strategies to assess student learning

Comments:

Paul varied his delivery of the curriculum and assessed student learning in a variety of ways.

B.

Planning and Preparation

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Prepares appropriate and relevant instructional resources


Prepares appropriate instructional plans
Links daily lesson plans and long-range plans
Includes key questions in lesson planning process
Plans engaging introductory activities
Plans effective culminating activities
Uses technology effectively
Plans opportunities for students to apply new learning
Keeps an up-to-date and well organized Teachers Day Book

Comments:
Paul is extremely organized and was prepared each day with detailed plans.

C. Lesson Execution
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Presents material in an accurate and meaningful manner to students


Sequences learning experiences logically
Uses a variety of strategies to motivate students
Effectively engages students in the learning process
Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability in lesson delivery and
pacing
6. Handles lesson transitions effectively
7. Provides effective feedback and individual attention
8. Utilizes a variety of questions with fluidity within the learning
context
9. Responds appropriately to students questions
Comments:

Paul
La Marra
TEACHER CANDIDATE:________________________

Associate/Mentor Teachers Summative Report, p. 3.


D.

Communication

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The teacher candidate:

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Speaks with clarity, and with appropriate volume and expression


Models appropriate oral communication including phrasing,
grammatical form, and enunciation
3. Displays sensitivity to individual learners by tailoring a variety of
nonverbal strategies to enhance learning
Comments:
Paul was always clear in his communication and was aware of the different needs of the students.

E.

Learning Environment, Classroom Management and Motivation.

The teacher candidate:

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1. Supports a classroom environment conducive to learning


2. Values the individuality of all learners, and responds in an inviting
manner
3. Handles classroom/school scheduling routines effectively
4. Displays and models good time management and organizational skills
5. Uses appropriate classroom management strategies
Comments:
Students are able to learn within the classroom. Paul was able to handle issues that arised in the approriate manner.

OVERALL ASSESSMENT:
Areas of Strength:
Well-organized
Well-planned lessons
Curriculum-rich instruction

Provide suggestions for improvement:

Stay firm in managing issues.


Refocus students if need be

Please indicate your OVERALL assessment by checking ONE box ONLY.


*If the teacher candidate will be receiving a Borderline or Unsatisfactory Summative report, consultation with the Faculty Advisor is
required. A supplemental assessment form for additional comments is available.

Satisfactory

* Borderline

*Unsatisfactory

Dates of Absence(s): N/A


________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Signature(s) of Associate/Mentor Teacher(s) or Principal submitting this report
Date
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Signature of teacher candidate
Date
(Indicates receipt of the report, not necessarily agreement with its content)

Associate/Mentor Teachers Summative Report, p. 4.

Paul
La Marra
TEACHER CANDIDATE:________________________

The report has been reviewed with the teacher candidate


The teacher candidate has signed the Associate/Mentor Teachers Summative Report
The teacher candidate has NOT signed the Summative report. Please contact the Faculty of Education