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REGENT UNIVERSITY.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION INTERN EVALUATION: MIDTERM(Rl) /FINAL(R2) UNIVERSITY SUPERVISOR APPENDIX Rl & R2
INTERN EVALUATION: MIDTERM AND FINAL BY CT / US (CONT.)
D. Management of Student Discipline. Instructional Strategies. Time & Materials •-> 1. Effectively implements discipline management. , 5 2. Establishes climate that promotes self-discipline and self-direction. ^9 2. Modifies performance based on personal and professional critiques. f3 3. Teacher interacts with students equitably. s!3 3. Demonstrates flexibility. 5 4. Teacher specifies expectations for behavior. S 5. Teacher intervenes and re-directs behavior. ^> 6. Teacher reinforces desired behavior. J5 7. Teacher uses equitable instructional materials. J5 8. Teacher effectively manages materials, time, and transitions Airing lesson. —•* 7. Fosters trust in relationships with students, families and colleagues. IL PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION J) 8. Receives and responds to constructive feedback. 0 1. Appropriate/accurate written communication with students.
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III. PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION C> 1. Plans and directs activities of classroom assistants including paraprofessionals, volunteers, and tutor.

jQ_ 4. Demonstrates initiative in planning, management and professional interactions. 5. Maintains confidentiality. 3 6. Demonstrates effective collaboration in one-to-one and small group interactions.

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REGENT UNIVERSITY,
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION INTERN EVALUATION: MIDTERM(Rl) /FINAL(R2) UNIVERSITY SUPERVISOR APPENDIX Rl & R2
Name of Teacher Candidate Internship Dates: Began School
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Please rate the teacher candidate's performance according to the following rubric:
5-Outstanding 4-Above Average 3-Satisfactory 2-Needs Improvement 1- Unsatifactory
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I. INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING AND DELIVERY A. Active, Successful Student Participation -J I. Students are actively engaged in learning. J5 2. Students are successful in learning. 5 3. Students behaviors indicate learning is at a high cognitive level.

6. Appropiate pace, sequencing and variety of activities.

ji 7. Value and importance of content is emphasized. 5 8. Appropiate questioning and inquiry techniques are used.

j-5_ 9. Available technology used appropiately and effectively. ~5 10. Instruction has been designed to be responsive to learner needs (differentiated readiness, interest, learner modality) if appropiate. ~} 11. Lesson activites have been designed to promote retention and transfer.

3 4. Students are self-directed/self-imiated as appropiate to lesson objectives. •D 5. Students are connecting learning to work and life applications, both within the discipline and with other disciplines. B. Learner-Centered Instruction D 1. Instruction based on objectives and core cirriculum demands. P 2. Assessment and feedback are aligned with goals, objectives, and strategies. JT 2. Content is learner-centered. ^D 5 3. Strategies promote critical thinking/problem solving. O .5 4. Strategies include motivational techniques. O O 5. Strategies are aligned. •O 6. Teacher provides opportuniles for relearning and re-evaluation. 5. Students receive constructive feedback. 4. Student learning is reinforced. 3. Assessment strategies are appropriate.

C. Evaluation and Feedback on Student Progress Q 1. Academic progress is monitored and assessed using formal and informal assessment.

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