College of Communication & Education

Goals and Objectives

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Student Learning:

  • Subject Matter Knowledge: Candidates demonstrate solid knowledge of and currency in their subject matter/academic discipline and a commitment to continue to expand their depth and range of understandings.
  • Pedagogical/Professional Practice: Candidates demonstrate a sizeable repertoire of pedagogical/professional practice and select strategies, techniques and technological resources appropriately in relation to the learners.
  • Diversity: Candidates are knowledgeable about and responsive to the needs of all learners, including linguistically and culturally diverse learners and special populations.
  • Assessment: Candidates have expertise in the assessment and evaluation of pupil needs and achievements and use data in decision-making.
  • Reflection: Candidates have learned to reflect appropriately on their professional practice and exhibit evidence of having established a habit of self-examination that results in continual improvement of that practice.
  • Collaboration: Candidates actively engage in collaborative partnerships with colleagues, parents, community agencies and professional organizations.
  • Candidates promote civic engagement and community partnerships and take an active leadership role in advocating for all learners.