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Exhibits

 

NCATE Institutional Report Tables

Table 1. Professional Education Faculty

Table 2. Initial Teacher Preparation Programs and Their Review Status

Table 3. Advanced Preparation Programs and Their Review Status

Table 4. Pass Rates on Content Licensure Tests for Initial Teacher Preparation

Table 5. Pass Rates on Licensure Tests for Other School Professionals (Does Not Apply)

Table 6. Unit Assessment System: Transition Point Assessments

Table 7. Field Experiences and Clinical Practice by Program

Table 8. Faculty Demographics

Table 9. Candidate Demographics

Table 10. Demographics on Sites for Clinical Practice in Initial and Advanced Programs

Table 11. Faculty Qualification Summary

Overview Exhibit 1. Institutional Report, BOE report, and Institutional Rejoinder from the previous NCATE Review (Continuing & Focused Visits Only)

Overview Exhibit 3. Unit catalogs and other printed documents describing general education, specialty/content studies, and professional studies

Overview Exhibit 4. Most recent report prepared for state program review and the state's findings (If the visit is being conducted jointly with the state, the state findings may not be available until the visit)

Overview Exhibit 5. A copy of the unit's notice soliciting third-party testimony

Overview Exhibit 6. Syllabi for professional education courses.

Overview Exhibit 7. Conceptual framework(s) documents

Overview Exhibit 8. Table showing alignment of state, professional, and institutional standards

Overview Exhibit 9. Reports and findings of other national accreditation associations related to the preparation of education professionals (e.g., ASHA, NASM, APA, CACREP)

Overview Optional Exhibit. Knowledge Bases Literature Review

Overview Optional Exhibit. AACTE Professional Education Data System (PEDS) Reports

Overview Optional Exhibit. Turnover Among Alaska Teachers: Is It Changing?

Overview Optional Exhibit. Alaska Teacher Supply and Demand

Overview Optional Exhibit. Transformations: The Development of UAA's College of Education 1950 - 2010

Overview Optional Exhibit. Impact Chart

Overview Optional Exhibit. Impact Map

Overview Optional Exhibit. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations

Overview Optional Exhibit. Alaska vs. U.S. Size Comparison

Overview Optional Exhibit. UA in Review 2009

Overview Optional Exhibit. 2009 UAA Fact Book

Overview Optional Exhibit. UAA Strategic Plan

(1a) Exhibit 1. Program review documents or state program review

(1a) Exhibit 2. State licensure test scores aggregated by program area and reported over multiple years (Title II data reported to the state for the last year must be available to the team)

(1a) Exhibit 3. Data tables and summaries that show how teacher candidates (both initial and advanced) have performed on key assessments over the past three years

(1a) Exhibit 4. Key assessments and scoring guides used by faculty to assess candidate learning against standards and the outcomes identified in the unit's conceptual framework

(1a) Exhibit 5. Samples of candidate work (e.g., portfolios at different proficiency levels)

(1a) Exhibit 6. Follow-up studies of graduates and data tables of results

(1a) Exhibit 7. Employer feedback on graduates and summaries of the results

(1b) Exhibit 8. Items 1, 6, & 7 (for programs that underwent national or similar state program review) or Items 3-7 above related to pedagogical content knowledge and skills of initial and advanced teacher candidates

(1c) Exhibit 9. Items 3-7 above related to professional and pedagogical knowledge and skills of initial and advanced teacher candidates

(1d) Exhibit 10. Items 1, 6, & 7 ( for programs that underwent national or similar state program review) or items 3-7 above related to student learning of initial and advanced teacher candidates

(1e) Exhibit 11. Items 3-7 above related to knowledge and skills for other school professionals

(1f) Exhibit 12. Items 1, 6, & 7 (for programs that underwent national or similar state program review) or Items 3-7 above related to student learning for other school professionals

(1g) Exhibit 13. List of candidate dispositions, including fairness and the belief that all students can learn

(1g) Exhibit 14. Assessments used to determine dispositions

(1g) Exhibit 15. Summary of candidate performance on assessments of dispositions

(1g) Exhibit 16. Items 6-7 above related to professional dispositions for all candidates

(2a) Exhibit 1. Document describing the unit assessment system in detail, including assessment of candidate performance and evaluations of unit operations

(2a) Exhibit 2. Samples of formative and summative key assessments used to ensure candidates are ready to progress through the program and enter the profession

(2a) Exhibit 3. Summaries of data from key assessments used at transition points (a) at entry to programs, (b) prior to the student teaching/internship, (c) at completion of the student teaching/internship, and (d) at program completion

(2a) Exhibit 4. Minutes of meetings on the development and refinement of the assessment system and the use of data

(2a) Exhibit 5. Procedures for ensuring that key assessments and unit operations are fair, accurate, consistent, and free of bias

(2a) Optional Exhibit. UAA Outcomes Assessment: Sample COE Documents

(2b) Exhibit 6. Policies and procedures that ensure that data are regularly collected, compiled, aggregated, summarized, analyzed, and used to make improvements

(2b) Exhibit 7. Sample of candidate assessment data disaggregated by alternate route, off-campus, and distance learning programs

(2b) Exhibit 8. Unit or institutional policies for handling student complaints

(2b) Exhibit 9. File of student complaints and the unit response

(2b) Exhibit 10. Description of information technology used to manage performance data

(2c) Exhibit 11. Schedule for when unit analyzes data to make changes

(2c) Exhibit 12. Examples of changes made to courses, programs, and the unit in response to data gathered from the assessment system

(2c) Optional Exhibit. UAA Office of Institutional Research Dashboard

(3a) Exhibit 1. Memoranda of understanding, minutes from meetings, etc. to document partnerships with schools

(3b) Exhibit 2. List of criteria for the selection of school-based clinical faculty (e.g., cooperating teachers, internship supervisors)

(3b) Exhibit 3. Professional development opportunities and requirements for school-based clinical faculty

(3b) Exhibit 4. Descriptions of field experiences in programs for initial and advanced teacher candidates and other school professionals

(3b) Exhibit 5. Descriptions of clinical practice in programs for initial teacher candidates and other school professionals

(3b) Exhibit 6. Student teaching handbook

(3b) Exhibit 7. Assessments and scoring rubrics/criteria used in field experiences for initial and advanced teacher candidates and other school professionals

(3b) Exhibit 8. Assessments and scoring rubrics/criteria used in clinical practice for initial teacher candidates and other school professionals

(3b) Exhibit 9. Agendas from meetings with cooperating teachers and internship supervisors

(3c) Exhibit 10. Summary results of candidate assessments upon entering and exiting field experiences (Cross-reference with Standard 1 as appropriate.)

(3c) Exhibit 11. Completion rates for candidates in student teaching and internships by semester

(4a) Exhibit 1. Curriculum components that address diversity issues (This might be a matrix that shows diversity components in required courses.)

(4a) Exhibit 2. List of proficiencies related to diversity that candidates are expected to develop

(4a) Exhibit 3. Assessment instruments and scoring guides related to diversity (Cross-reference with Standard 1 as appropriate.)

(4a) Exhibit 4. Summary of data from assessments of candidate performance related to diversity. (Cross-reference with Standard 1 as appropriate.)

(4b) Exhibit 5. Unit policies, practices, and/or procedures that facilitate experiences with faculty from diverse groups

(4b) Exhibit 6. Demographics on diversity of faculty, including but not limited to race/ethnicity and gender

(4b) Exhibit 7. Policies and practices for recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty

(4c) Exhibit 8. Unit policies, practices, and/or procedures that facilitate experiences with candidates from diverse groups

(4c) Exhibit 9. Demographics of candidates, including but not limited to race/ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic status

(4c) Exhibit 10. Policies and practices for recruiting and retaining diverse candidates

(4d) Exhibit 11. Unit policies, practices, and/or procedures that facilitate experiences with students from diverse groups

(4d) Exhibit 12. Demographics of the student population in the schools in which candidates are placed, including but not limited to race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, English language learners and students with disabilities

(5a) Exhibit 1. Summary of faculty qualifications and assignments

(5a) Exhibit 2. Licensure of school-based clinical faculty (e.g., cooperating teachers, internship supervisors)

(5b) Exhibit 3. Summary of instructional strategies, including the use of technology, used by faculty

(5b) Exhibit 4. Candidate evaluations of faculty teaching and summaries of results

(5c) Exhibit 5. Samples and summary of faculty scholarly activities

(5d) Exhibit 6. Summary of projects completed by faculty in service and/or collaboration with professional community

(5e) Exhibit 7. Promotion and tenure policies and procedures

(5e) Exhibit 8. Samples of faculty evaluation forms

(5e) Exhibit 9. Summary of faculty evaluations

(5f) Exhibit 10. Professional development activities offered by the unit

(5f) Exhibit 11. Professional development activities in which faculty have participated

(5f) Exhibit 12. Unit policies related to professional development

(6a) Exhibit 1. Policies on governance and operations of the unit

(6a) Exhibit 2. Descriptions of the unit governance structure, including organization charts

(6a) Exhibit 3. Minutes of meetings of unit governance committees

(6a) Exhibit 4. Unit policies on student services such as counseling and advising

(6a) Exhibit 5. Recruiting and admission policies

(6a) Exhibit 6. Academic calendars, catalogs, unit publications, grading policies, and unit advertising

(6b) Exhibit 7. Unit budget, with provisions for assessment and technology

(6b) Exhibit 8. Budgets of comparable units with clinical components on campus or similar units at other campuses

(6c) Exhibit 9. Faculty workload policies

(6c) Exhibit 10. Summary of faculty workloads

(6c) Exhibit 11. List of faculty by full-time and part-time status

(6c) Exhibit 12. List of support personnel in unit

(6c) Exhibit 13. Faculty development expenditures

(6d) Exhibit 14. List of facilities, including computer labs and curriculum resource centers

(6e) Exhibit 15. Description of resources related to the unit assessment system and the use of information technology by faculty and candidates

(6e) Exhibit 16. Description of library resources, including electronic resources

(6e) Exhibit 17. Description of resources for distance learning