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									p494                                                                  Total       Rubric   Assignment 1

                                 IPTS
STANDARD 1 - Content             Knowledge 1A. understands                    0            TD
Knowledge The competent          major concepts, assumptions,
teacher understands the          debates, principles, and theories
central concepts, methods of     that are central to the
inquiry, and structures of the   discipline(s) in which
disciplines and creates          certification is sought.
learning experiences that
make the content meaningful
to all students.


                                 1B. understands the processes of             0            U
                                 inquiry central to the discipline.

                                 1C. understands how students'                0            U
                                 conceptual frameworks and their
                                 misconceptions for an area of
                                 knowledge can influence their
                                 learning.

                                 1D. understands the relationship             0            U
                                 of knowledge within the
                                 discipline to other content areas
                                 and to life and career
                                 applications.
                                 1E. understands how a student’s              0            U
                                 disability affects processes of
                                 inquiry and influences patterns
                                 of learning.

                                 Knowledge of standard 1                      0
                                 Performance 1F. evaluates                    0            U
                                 teaching resources and
                                 curriculum materials for their
                                 comprehensiveness, accuracy,
                                 and usefulness for representing
                                 particular ideas and concepts.

                                 1G. uses differing viewpoints,               0            U
                                 theories, "ways of knowing" and
                                 methods of inquiry in teaching
                                 subject matter concepts.
                              1H. engages students in              0   U
                              generating and testing
                              knowledge according to the
                              process of inquiry and standards
                              of evidence of the discipline.

                              1I. designs learning experiences     0   U
                              to promote student skills in the
                              use of technologies appropriate
                              to the discipline.

                               1J. anticipates and adjusts for     0   U
                               common misunderstandings of
                               the discipline(s) that impede
                               learning.
                               1K. uses a variety of               0   U
                               explanations and multiple
                               representations of concepts that
                               capture key ideas to help
                               students develop conceptual
                               understanding.
                               1L. facilitates learning            0   U
                               experiences that make
                               connections to other content
                               areas and to life and career
                               experiences.
                               1M. designs learning                0   U
                               experiences and utilizes adaptive
                               devices/technology to provide
                               access to general curricular
                               content to individuals with
                               disabilities.
                               Performance of Standard 1           0
STANDARD 2 - Human             2A. understands how students        0   U
Development and Learning construct knowledge, acquire
The competent teacher          skills, and develop habits of
understands how individuals mind.
grow, develop, and learn and
provides learning
opportunities that support the
intellectual, social, and
personal development of all
students.

                              2B. understands that students'       0   U
                              physical, social, emotional,
                              ethical, and cognitive
                              development influences learning.
                                2C. understands human               0   U
                                development, learning theory,
                                neural science, and the ranges of
                                individual variation within each
                                domain.
                                2D. understands that differences    0   U
                                in approaches to learning and
                                performance interact with
                                development.
                                2E. understands how to include      0   U
                                student development factors
                                when making instructional
                                decisions.
                                2F. knows the impact of             0   U
                                cognitive, emotional, physical,
                                and sensory disabilities on
                                learning and communication
                                processes.
                                Knowledge of Standard 2             0
                                Performance 2G. analyzes            0   U
                                individual and group
                                performance in order to design
                                instruction that meets learners’
                                current needs in the cognitive,
                                social, emotional, ethical, and
                                physical domains at the
                                appropriate level of
                                development.
                                2H. stimulates student reflection   0   U
                                on prior knowledge and links
                                new ideas to already familiar
                                ideas and experiences.
                                2I. introduces concepts and         0   U
                                principles at different levels of
                                complexity so that they are
                                meaningful to students at varying
                                levels of development and to
                                students with diverse learning
                                needs.
                                Performance of Standard 2           0
STANDARD 3 – Diversity          Knowledge 3A. understands the       0   C
The competent teacher           areas of exceptionality in
understands how students        learning as defined in the
differ in their approaches to   Individuals with Disabilities Act
learning and creates            (IDEA) and the State Board’s
instructional opportunities     rules for Special Education (23
that are adapted to diverse     Ill. Adm. Code 226).
learners.
3B. understands the process of        0   Link - Explanation
second language acquisition and
strategies to support the learning
of students whose first language
is not English.

3C. understands how students’         0   U
learning is influenced by
individual experiences, talents,
and prior learning, as well as
language, culture, family, and
community values.

3D. understands and identifies        0   U
differences in approaches to
learning and performance,
including different learning
styles, multiple intelligences, and
performance modes.
3E. understands cultural and          0   U
community diversity through a
well-grounded framework and
understands how to learn about
and incorporate students’
experiences, cultures, and
community resources into
instruction.
3F. understands personal cultural     0   U
perspectives and biases and their
effects on one’s teaching.

Knowledge of Standard 3               0
Performance 3G. facilitates a         0   Link - Explanation
learning community in which
individual differences are
respected.
3H. Makes appropriate                 0   U
provisions (in terms of time and
circumstances for work, tasks
assigned, communication, and
response modes) for individual
students who have particular
learning differences or needs.

3I. uses information about            0   U
students’ families, cultures, and
communities as a basis for
connecting instruction to
students’ experiences.
3J. uses cultural diversity and       0   U
individual student experiences to
enrich instruction.
                            3K. uses a wide range of              0   U
                            instructional strategies and
                            technologies to meet and
                            enhance diverse student needs.

                            3L. identifies and designs            0   U
                            instruction appropriate to
                            students’ stages of development,
                            learning styles, strengths and
                            needs.
                            3M. identifies when and how to        0   U
                            develop and implement
                            strategies and interventions
                            within the classroom and how to
                            access appropriate services or
                            resources to assist students with
                            exceptional learning needs.

                            3N. demonstrates positive regard      0   U
                            for individual students and their
                            families regardless of culture,
                            religion, gender, sexual
                            orientation, and varying abilities.

                             Performance of Standard 3            0
STANDARD 4 - Planning Knowledge 4A. understands the               0   U
for Instruction The          Illinois Learning Standards,
competent teacher            curriculum development,
understands instructional    content, learning theory, and
planning and designs         student development and knows
instruction based upon       how to incorporate this
knowledge of the discipline, knowledge in planning
students, the community, and instruction.
curriculum goals.

                            4B. understands how to develop        0   U
                            short- and long-range plans
                            consistent with curriculum goals,
                            learner diversity, and learning
                            theory.
                            4C. understands how to take the       0   U
                            contextual considerations of
                            instructional materials,
                            individual student interests, and
                            career needs into account in
                            planning instruction that creates
                            an effective bridge between
                            students’ experiences and career
                            and educational goals.
4D. understands when and how           0   U
to adjust plans based on
students’ responses and other
contingencies.
4E. understands how to integrate       0   U
technology into classroom
instruction.
4F. understands how to review          0   U
and evaluate educational
technologies to determine
instructional value.
4G. understands how to use             0   C
various technological tools to
access and manage information.

4H. understands the uses of            0   U
technology to address students’
needs.
Knowledge of Standard 4                0
Performance 4I. establishes            0   U
expectations for students’
learning.
4J. applies principles of scope        0   U
and sequence when planning
curriculum and instruction.
4K. creates short-range and long-      0   U
term plans to achieve the
expectations for students’
learning.
4L. creates and selects learning       0   U
materials and learning
experiences appropriate for the
discipline and curriculum goals,
relevant to the students, and
based on students’ prior
knowledge and principles of
effective instruction.

4M. creates multiple learning          0   U
activities that allow for variation
in students’ learning styles and
performance modes.

4N. incorporates experiences           0   U
into instructional practices that
relate to the students' current life
experiences and to future career
and work experiences.
                              4O. creates approaches to             0   U
                              learning that are interdisciplinary
                              and that integrate multiple
                              content areas.

                              4P. develops plans based on           0   U
                              students’ responses and provides
                              for different pathways based on
                              students’ needs.

                              4Q. uses teaching resources and       0   U
                              materials which have been
                              evaluated for accuracy and
                              usefulness.
                              4R. accesses and uses a wide          0   U
                              range of information and
                              instructional technologies to
                              enhance students’ learning.
                              4S. uses individualized               0   U
                              education program (IEP) goals
                              and objectives to plan instruction
                              for students with disabilities.

                               Performance of Standard 4            0
STANDARD 5 - Learning Knowledge 5A. understands                     0   Link - Explanation
Environment The                principles of and strategies for
competent teacher uses an      effective classroom management.
understanding of individual
and group motivation and
behavior to create a learning
environment that encourages
positive social interaction,
active engagement in
learning, and self-motivation.


                              5B. understands how individuals       0   Link - Explanation
                              influence groups and how groups
                              function in society.

                              5C. understands how to help           0   Link - Explanation
                              students work cooperatively and
                              productively in groups.
                              5D. understands factors that          0   Link - Explanation
                              influence motivation and
                              engagement and how to help
                              students become self-motivated.
5E. knows procedures for             0   Link - Explanation
inventorying the instructional
environment to determine when
and how best to meet a student’s
individual needs.
5F. knows applicable statutes,       0   Link - Explanation
rules and regulations, procedural
safeguards, and ethical
considerations regarding
planning and implementing
behavioral change programs for
individuals with disabilities.

5G. knows strategies for             0   Link - Explanation
intervening in situations to
prevent crises from developing
or escalating.
5H. knows environmental              0   Link - Explanation
arrangements that promote
positive behavior and learning
for students with diverse learning
characteristics.
Knowledge of Standard 5              0
Performance 5I. maintains            0   ST
proper classroom decorum.
5J. maximizes the amount of          0   ST
class time spent in learning by
creating expectations and
processes for communication
and behavior along with a
physical setting conducive to
achieving classroom goals.
5K. uses strategies to create a      0   ST
smoothly functioning learning
community in which students
assume responsibility for
themselves and one another,
participate in decision-making,
work collaboratively and
independently, use appropriate
technology, and engage in
purposeful learning activities.

5L. analyzes the classroom           0   ST
environment and makes
decisions to enhance social
relationships, students’
motivation and engagement in
productive work through mutual
respect, cooperation, and support
for one another.
                             5M. organizes, allocates, and        0   ST
                             manages time, materials, and
                             physical space to provide active
                             and equitable engagement of
                             students in productive tasks.

                             5N. engages students in and          0   ST
                             monitors individual and group
                             learning activities that help them
                             develop the motivation to
                             achieve.
                             5O. demonstrates a variety of        0   ST
                             effective behavior management
                             techniques appropriate to the
                             needs of all students, including
                             those with disabilities (including
                             implementing the least intrusive
                             intervention consistent with the
                             needs of these students).


                             5P. modifies the learning            0   ST
                             environment (including the
                             schedule and physical
                             arrangement) to facilitate
                             appropriate behaviors and
                             learning for students with diverse
                             learning characteristics.

                            5Q. uses a variety of approaches      0   ST
                            to promote social interaction
                            between students with
                            disabilities and students without
                            disabilities.
                            5R. uses effective methods for        0   ST
                            teaching social skill development
                            in all students.
                            Performance of Standard 5             0
STANDARD 6 -                Knowledge 6A. understands the         0   U
Instructional Delivery The cognitive processes associated
competent teacher           with various kinds of learning
understands and uses a      and how these processes can be
variety of instructional    stimulated.
strategies to encourage
students’ development of
critical thinking, problem-
solving, and performance
skills.
6B. understands principles and        0   U
techniques, along with
advantages and limitations,
associated with various
instructional strategies.
6C. knows how to enhance              0   U
learning through the use of a
wide variety of materials as well
as human and technological
resources.
6D. understands the disciplinary      0   U
and interdisciplinary approaches
to learning and how they relate
to life and career experiences.


6E. knows techniques for              0   U
modifying instructional methods,
materials, and the environment
to facilitate learning for students
with disabilities and/or diverse
learning characteristics.

Knowledge of Standard 6               0
Performance 6F. evaluates how         0   Link - Explanation
to achieve learning goals,
choosing alternative teaching
strategies and materials to
achieve different instructional
purposes and to meet students’
needs.
6G. uses multiple teaching and        0   U
learning strategies to engage
students in active learning
opportunities that promote the
development of critical thinking,
problem-solving, and
performance capabilities and that
help students assume
responsibility for identifying and
using learning resources.
6H. monitors and adjusts              0   Link - Explanation
strategies in response to learners’
feedback.
6I. varies his or her role in the     0   Link - Explanation
instructional process as
instructor, facilitator, coach, or
audience in relation to the
content and purposes of
instruction and the needs of
students.
                                6J. develops a variety of clear,    0   U
                                accurate presentations and
                                representations of concepts,
                                using alternative explanations to
                                assist students’ understanding
                                and presenting diverse
                                perspectives to encourage
                                critical thinking.
                                6K. uses a wide range of            0   Link - Explanation
                                instructional technologies to
                                enhance students’ learning.
                                6L. develops curriculum that        0   U
                                demonstrates an interconnection
                                between subject areas that will
                                reflect life and career
                                experiences.
                                6M. uses strategies and             0   Link - Explanation
                                techniques for facilitating
                                meaningful inclusion of
                                individuals with disabilities.
                                6N. uses technology                 0   Link - Explanation
                                appropriately to accomplish
                                instructional objectives.
                                6O. adapts the general              0   Link - Explanation
                                curriculum and uses instructional
                                strategies and materials
                                according to characteristics of
                                the learner.
                                6P. implements and evaluates        0   Link - Explanation
                                individual learning objectives.
                                Performance of Standard 6           0
STANDARD 7 –                    Knowledge 7A. understands           0   Link - Explanation
Communication The               communication theory, language
competent teacher uses          development, and the role of
knowledge of effective          language in learning.
written, verbal, non-verbal,
and visual communication
techniques to foster active
inquiry, collaboration, and
supportive interaction in the
classroom.
                                7B. understands how cultural        0   Link - Explanation
                                and gender differences can affect
                                communication in the classroom.

                                7C. understands the social,         0   Link - Explanation
                                intellectual, and political
                                implications of language use and
                                how they influence meaning.
                              7D. understands the importance       0   Link - Explanation
                              of audience and purpose when
                              selecting ways to communicate
                              ideas.
                              Knowledge of Standard 7              0
                              Performance 7E. models               0   Link - Explanation
                              accurate, effective
                              communication when conveying
                              ideas and information and when
                              asking questions and responding
                              to students.

                              7F. uses effective questioning       0   Link - Explanation
                              techniques and stimulates
                              discussion in different ways for
                              specific instructional purposes.

                              7G. creates varied opportunities     0   U
                              for all students to use effective
                              written, verbal, non-verbal, and
                              visual communication.

                              7H. communicates with and            0   Link - Explanation
                              challenges students in a
                              supportive manner and provides
                              students with constructive
                              feedback.
                              7I. uses a variety of                0   Link - Explanation
                              communication modes to
                              effectively communicate with a
                              diverse student population.
                              7J. practices effective listening,   0   Link - Explanation
                              conflict resolution, and group-
                              facilitation skills as a team
                              member.
                              7K. communicates using a             0   Link - Explanation
                              variety of communication tools
                              to enrich learning opportunities.

                              Performance of Standard 7            0
STANDARD 8 –                  Knowledge 8A. understands            0   Link - Explanation
Assessment The competent      assessment as a means of
teacher understands various   evaluating how students learn,
formal and informal           what they know and are able to
assessment strategies and     do in meeting the Illinois
uses them to support the      Learning Standards, and what
continuous development of     kinds of experiences will support
all students.                 their further growth and
                              development.
8B. understands the purposes,         0   U
characteristics, and limitations of
different kinds of assessments.

8C. understands measurement           0   Link - Explanation
theory and assessment-related
issues, such as validity,
reliability, bias, and scoring.
8D. understands how to use the        0   Link - Explanation
results of assessment to reflect
on and modify teaching.

8E. understands how to select,        0   U
construct, and use assessment
strategies and instruments for
diagnosis and evaluation of
learning and instruction.

8F. knows legal provisions,           0   C
regulations, and guidelines
regarding assessment (and
inclusion in statewide
assessments) of individuals with
disabilities.
8G. knows methods for                 0   C
monitoring progress of
individuals with disabilities.
8H. knows strategies that             0   C
consider the influence of
diversity and disability on
assessment, eligibility,
programming, and placement of
students with disabilities.
Knowledge of Standard 8               0
Performance 8I. uses                  0   Link - Explanation
assessment results to diagnose
students’ learning needs, align
and modify instruction, and
design teaching strategies.

8J. appropriately uses a variety      0   U
of formal and informal
assessments to evaluate the
understanding, progress, and
performance of the individual
student and the class as a whole.
8K. involves students in self-     0   Link - Explanation
assessment activities to help
them become aware of their
strengths and needs and
encourages them to establish
goals for learning.
8L. maintains useful and           0   Link - Explanation
accurate records of students’
work and performance and
communicates students’ progress
knowledgeably and responsibly
to students’, parents and
colleagues.
8M. uses appropriate               0   Link - Explanation
technologies to monitor and
assess students’ progress.
8N. collaborates with families     0   Link - Explanation
and other professionals involved
in the assessment of individuals
with disabilities.
8O. uses various types of          0   Link - Explanation
assessment procedures
appropriately, including the
adaptation of procedures for
individual students in specific
contexts.
8P. uses technology                0   Link - Explanation
appropriately in conducting
assessments and interpreting
results.
8Q. uses assessment strategies     0   U
and devices which are
nondiscriminatory and take into
consideration the impact of
disabilities, methods of
communication, cultural
background, and primary
language on measuring
knowledge and performance of
students.
Performance of Standard 8          0
STANDARD 9 -                 Knowledge 9A. understands           0   C
Collaborative Relationships schools as organizations within
The competent teacher        the larger community context.
understands the role of the
community in education and
develops and maintains
collaborative relationships
with colleagues,
parents/guardians, and the
community to support
students’ learning and well-
being.


                             9B. understands the benefits,       0   C
                             barriers, and techniques involved
                             in parent/family relationships.

                             9C. understands school- and         0   Link - Explanation
                             work-based learning
                             environments and the need for
                             collaboration with business
                             organizations in the community.

                             9D. understands the                 0   Link - Explanation
                             collaborative process.
                             9E. understands collaborative       0   Link - Explanation
                             skills which are necessary to
                             carry out the collaborative
                             process
                             9F. understands concerns of         0   Link - Explanation
                             parents of individuals with
                             disabilities and knows
                             appropriate strategies to
                             collaborate with parents in
                             addressing these concerns.
                             9G. understands roles of            0   Link - Explanation
                             individuals with disabilities,
                             parents, teachers, and other
                             school and community personnel
                             in planning individualized
                             education programs for students
                             with disabilities.

                             Knowledge of Standard 9             0
                             Performance 9H. initiates           0   Link - Explanation
                             collaboration with others and
                             creates situations where
                             collaboration with others will
                             enhance students’ learning.
9I. works with colleagues to        0   Link - Explanation
develop an effective learning
climate within the school.
9J. participates in collaborative   0   Link - Explanation
decision-making and problem-
solving with other professionals
to achieve success for students.

9K. develops relationships with     0   Link - Explanation
parents and guardians to acquire
an understanding of the students’
lives outside of the school in a
professional manner that is fair
and equitable.

9L. works effectively with          0   Link - Explanation
parents/guardians and other
members of the community from
diverse home and community
situations and seeks to develop
cooperative partnerships in order
to promote students’ learning
and well-being.

9M. identifies and uses             0   Link - Explanation
community resources to enhance
students’ learning and to provide
opportunities for students to
explore career opportunities.

9N. collaborates in the             0   Link - Explanation
development of comprehensive
individualized education
programs for students with
disabilities.
9O. coordinates and/or              0   Link - Explanation
collaborates in directing the
activities of a classroom para-
educator, volunteer, or peer
tutor.
9P. collaborates with the student   0   Link - Explanation
and family in setting
instructional goals and charting
progress of students with
disabilities.
9Q. communicates with team          0   Link - Explanation
members about characteristics
and needs of individuals with
specific disabilities.
                              9R. implements and monitors           0   Link - Explanation
                              individual students’ programs,
                              working in collaboration with
                              team members.
                              9S. demonstrates the ability to co-   0   Link - Explanation
                              teach and co-plan.
                              Performance of Standard 9             0
STANDARD 10 - Reflection Knowledge 10A. understands                 0   AR
and Professional Growth       that reflection is an integral part
The competent teacher is a of professional growth and
reflective practitioner who   improvement of instruction.
continually evaluates how
choices and actions affect
students, parents, and other
professionals in the learning
community and actively
seeks opportunities to grow
professionally.


                              10B. understands methods of           0   AR
                              inquiry that provide for a variety
                              of self-assessment and problem-
                              solving strategies for reflecting
                              on practice.
                              10C. understands major areas of       0   AR
                              research on the learning process
                              and resources that are available
                              for professional development.

                              10D. understands teachers’            0   AR
                              attitudes and behaviors that
                              positively or negatively influence
                              behavior of individuals with
                              disabilities.
                              Knolwedge of Standard 10              0
                              Performance 10E. uses                 0   AR
                              classroom observation,
                              information about students,
                              pedagogical knowledge, and
                              research as sources for active
                              reflection, evaluation, and
                              revision of practice.
                              10F. collaborates with other          0   Link - Explanation
                              professionals as resources for
                              problem-solving, generating new
                              ideas, sharing experiences, and
                              seeking and giving feedback.
                          10G. participates in professional   0   Link - Explanation
                          dialogue and continuous learning
                          to support his/her own
                          development as a learner and a
                          teacher.

                          10H. actively seeks and             0   Link - Explanation
                          collaboratively shares a variety
                          of instructional resources with
                          colleagues.
                          10I. assesses his or her own        0   AR
                          needs for knowledge and skills
                          related to teaching students with
                          disabilities and seeks assistance
                          and resources.

                           Performance of Standard 10         0
STANDARD 11 -              Knowledge 11A. understands         0   Link - Explanation
Professional Conduct and the unique characteristics of
Leadership The competent education as a profession.
teacher understands
education as a profession,
maintains standards of
professional conduct, and
provides leadership to
improve students’ learning
and well-being.

                          11B. understands how school         0   Link - Explanation
                          systems are organized and
                          operate.
                          11C. understands school             0   Link - Explanation
                          policies and procedures.
                          11D. understands legal issues in    0   Link - Explanation
                          education.
                          11E. understands the importance     0   Link - Explanation
                          of active participation and
                          leadership in professional
                          organizations.
                          11F. is familiar with the rights    0   Link - Explanation
                          of students with disabilities.
                          11G. knows the roles and            0   Link - Explanation
                          responsibilities of teachers,
                          parents, students, and other
                          professionals related to special
                          education.
                          11H. knows identification and       0   Link - Explanation
                          referral procedures for students
                          with disabilities.
                          Knowledge of Standard 11            0
Performance 11I. contributes        0   Link - Explanation
knowledge and expertise about
teaching and learning to the
profession.
11J. follows codes of               0   Link - Explanation
professional conduct and
exhibits knowledge and
expectations of current legal
directives.
11K. follows school policy and      0   Link - Explanation
procedures, respecting the
boundaries of professional
responsibilities, when working
with students, colleagues, and
families.
11L. initiates and develops         0   Link - Explanation
educational projects and
programs.
11M. actively participates in or    0   Link - Explanation
leads in such activities as
curriculum development, staff
development, and student
organizations.
11N. participates, as               0   Link - Explanation
appropriate, in policy design and
development at the local level,
with professional organizations,
and/or with community
organizations.
11O. demonstrates commitment        0   Link - Explanation
to developing the highest
educational and quality-of-life
potential of individuals with
disabilities.
11P. demonstrates positive          0   Link - Explanation
regard for individual students
and their families regardless of
culture, religion, gender, and
sexual orientation.
11Q. promotes and maintains a       0   Link - Explanation
high level of integrity in the
practice of the profession.
11R. complies with local, State,    0   Link - Explanation
and federal monitoring and
evaluation requirements related
to students with disabilities.

11S. complies with local, State,    0   Link - Explanation
and federal regulations and
policies related to students with
disabilities.
                                 11T. uses a variety of              0   Link - Explanation
                                 instructional and intervention
                                 strategies prior to initiating a
                                 referral of a student for special
                                 education.
                                 Performance of Standard 11          0
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                                               IPTS Performcance     0



                                 Language Arts
Standard 1 - All teachers        Knowledge Indicators: 1A. The       0   U
must know a broad range of       competent teacher understands
literacy techniques and          and can articulate the needs for
strategies for every aspect of   literacy development in general
communication and must be        and in specific disciplines or at
able to develop each             specific grade levels.
student's ability to read,
write, speak and listen to his
or her potential within the
demands of the discipline.

                                 1B. The competent teacher           0   U
                                 understands effective literacy
                                 techniques to activate prior
                                 student knowledge and build
                                 schema to enhance
                                 comprehension of "text."
                                 1C. The competent teacher           0   U
                                 knows strategies and techniques
                                 for teaching communication
                                 skills to those students whose
                                 first language is not English.

                                 Knowledge of Standard 1             0
                                 Performance 1D. The                 0   Link - Explanation
                                 competent teacher practices
                                 effectively the language
                                 processes of reading, writing,
                                 and oral communication in the
                                 daily classroom exchange
                                 between student and teacher,
                                 between student and student,
                                 between teacher and "text" and
                                 between student and "text."

                                 1E. The competent teacher           0   Link - Explanation
                                 practices effective literacy
                                 techniques to make reading
                                 purposeful and meaningful.
                                1F. The competent teacher            0   Link - Explanation
                                practices effective questioning
                                and discussion techniques to
                                extend content knowledge
                                acquired from "text."

                                1G. The competent teacher uses       0   Link - Explanation
                                a variety of "text" and research
                                resources with students in an
                                attempt to enhance student
                                learning from reading, learning
                                from writing, and learning from
                                oral communication.

                                Performance of Standard 1            0
Standard 2 - All teachers       Knowledge 2A. The competent          0   Link - Explanation
should model effective          teacher knows and understands
reading, writing, speaking,     the rules of English grammar,
and listening skills during     spelling, punctuation,
their direct and indirect       capitalization, and syntax for
instructional activities. The   both written and oral contexts.
most important
communicator in the
classroom is the teacher, who
should model English
language arts skills.
                                2B. The competent teacher            0   Link - Explanation
                                understands how to communicate
                                ideas in writing to accomplish a
                                variety of purposes.

                                Knowledge of Standard 2              0
                                Performance 2C. The                  0   Link - Explanation
                                competent teacher models the
                                rules of English grammar,
                                spelling, punctuation,
                                capitalization, and syntax in both
                                written and oral contexts.
                                2D. The competent teacher            0   Link - Explanation
                                reads, understands, and clearly
                                conveys ideas from texts or other
                                supplementary materials.

                                2E. The competent teacher            0   Link - Explanation
                                writes and speaks in a well-
                                organized and coherent manner
                                that adapts to the individual
                                needs of readers/listeners.
                              2F. The competent teacher             0   Link - Explanation
                              expresses ideas orally with
                              explanations, examples, and
                              support in a clear, succinct style.

                             2G. The competent teacher helps        0   Link - Explanation
                             students understand a variety of
                             modes of writing (persuasive,
                             descriptive, informative, and
                             narrative).
                             2H. The competent teacher              0   Link - Explanation
                             listens well.
                             Performance of Standard 2              0
STANDARD 3 - All             Knowledge 3A. The competent            0   Link - Explanation
teachers should give         teacher understands how to
constructive instruction and analyze an audience to determine
feedback to students in both culturally appropriate
written and oral contexts    communication strategies to
while being aware of diverse share ideas effectively in both
learner needs. Teachers      written and oral formats with
should effectively provide a students and their families, other
variety of instructional     faculty and administrators and
strategies, constructive     the community and business in
feedback, criticism, and     general.
improvement strategies.

                              3B. The competent teacher             0   U
                              understands how to use diverse
                              instructional strategies and
                              assessments that include an
                              appropriate balance of lecture,
                              discussion, activity, and written
                              and oral work.

                              Knowledge of Standard 3               0
                              Performance 3C. The                   0   U
                              competent teacher analyzes
                              content materials to determine
                              appropriate strategies and
                              techniques to create successful
                              learning through reading,
                              writing, speaking and listening.

                              3D. The competent teacher             0   Link - Explanation
                              assists students whose
                              communication skills may be
                              impeded by learning, language,
                              and/or cultural differences,
                              especially those whose first
                              language is not English.
                                 3E. The competent teacher            0   Link - Explanation
                                 conducts effective classroom
                                 discussions by managing groups,
                                 asking questions, eliciting and
                                 probing responses, and
                                 summarizing for comprehension.

                                 3F. The competent teacher uses a     0   Link - Explanation
                                 variety of media to enhance and
                                 supplement instruction.

                                 3G. The competent teacher uses       0   Link - Explanation
                                 multi-disciplinary instructional
                                 approaches.
                                 Performance of Standard 3            0
                                                   LA Knowledge       0
                                                 LA Performance       0



                                 Technology
STANDARD 1 - Basic               Knowledge 1A. Understands            0   P
Computer/ Technology             how to run computer software;
Operations and Concepts          access, generate and manipulate
The competent teacher will       data; and publish results.
use computer systems to run
software; to access, generate,
and manipulate data; and to
publish results. He or she
will also evaluate
performance of hardware and
software components of
computer systems and apply
basic troubleshooting
strategies as needed.

                                 Performance 1B. The                  0   P
                                 competent teacher operates a
                                 multimedia computer system
                                 with related peripheral devices to
                                 successfully install and use a
                                 variety of software packages.

                                 1C. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                                 appropriate terminology related
                                 to computers and technology in
                                 written and oral
                                 communications.
                                1D. The competent teacher            0   P
                                describes and implements basic
                                troubleshooting techniques for
                                multimedia computer systems
                                with related peripheral devices.

                                1E. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                                imaging devices such as
                                scanners, digital cameras, and/or
                                video cameras with computer
                                systems and software.

                                1F. The competent teacher            0   P
                                demonstrates knowledge of uses
                                of computers and technology in
                                education, business and industry,
                                and society.

                                Performance of Standard 1            0
STANDARD 2 - Personal           Knowledge 2A. Understands            0   P
and Professional Use of         how to use technology in
Technology The competent        communicating, collaborating,
teacher will apply tools for    conducting research, and solving
enhancing personal              problems.
professional growth and
productivity; will use
technology in
communicating,
collaborating, conducting
research, and solving
problems and will promote
equitable, ethical, and legal
use of computer/technology
resources.
                                Performance 2B. The                  0   P
                                competent teacher identifies
                                computer and other related
                                technology resources for
                                facilitating lifelong learning and
                                emerging roles of the learner and
                                the educator in engaged,
                                collaborative learning
                                environments.
                                2C. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                                computers and other learning
                                technologies to support problem
                                solving, data collection,
                                information management,
                                communications, presentations,
                                and decision making.
2D. The competent teacher uses       0   P
productivity tools for word
processing, database
management, and spreadsheet
applications, and basic multi-
media presentations.
2E. The competent teacher uses       0   P
computer-based technologies
including telecommunications to
access information and enhance
personal and professional
productivity.

2F. The competent teacher            0   P
demonstrates awareness of
resources for adaptive/assistive
devices for students with special
needs.
2G. The competent teacher            0   P
demonstrates knowledge of
ethical and legal issues
concerning use of computers and
technology.
2H. The competent teacher            0   P
adheres to copyright laws and
guidelines in the access and use
of information from various
technologies.
2I. The competent teacher            0   P
demonstrates knowledge of
broadcast instruction,
audio/video conferencing, and
other distant learning
applications.
2J. The competent teacher            0
ensures policies and practices are
in place to provide equal access
to media and technology
resources for students regardless
of race, ethnicity, gender,
religion or socioeconomic status.

Performance of Standard 2            0
STANDARD 3 -                     Knowledge 3A. The competent          0   P
Application of Technology        teacher understands how to
in Instruction The               apply learning technologies that
competent teacher will apply     support instruction in their grade
learning technologies that       level and subject areas.
support instruction in their
grade level and subject areas.
He or she must plan and
deliver instructional units
that integrate a variety of
software, applications, and
learning tools. Lessons
developed must reflect
effective grouping and
assessment strategies for
diverse populations.
                                 Performance 3B. The                  0   P
                                 competent teacher explores,
                                 evaluates, and uses
                                 computer/technology resources
                                 including applications, tools,
                                 educational software, and
                                 associated documentation.

                                 3C. The competent teacher            0   P
                                 describes current instructional
                                 principles, research, and
                                 appropriate assessment practices
                                 as related to the use of
                                 computers and technology
                                 resources in the curriculum.
                                 3D. The competent teacher            0   P
                                 designs, implements and assesses
                                 student learning activities that
                                 integrate computers/technology
                                 for a variety of student grouping
                                 strategies and for diverse student
                                 populations.

                                 3E. The competent teacher            0   P
                                 practices socially responsible,
                                 ethical, and legal use of
                                 technology, information, and
                                 software resources.
                                 3F. The competent teacher            0   P
                                 designs student learning
                                 activities that foster equitable,
                                 ethical, and legal use of
                                 technology by students.
                                 Performance of Standard 3            0
STANDARD 4 - Social,              Knowledge 4A. The competent         0   P
Ethical and Human Issues          teacher understands the social,
The competent teacher will        ethical, and human issues related
apply concepts and skills in      to computing and technology.
making decisions concerning
the social, ethical, and
human issues related to
computing and technology.
The competent teacher will
understand the changes in
information technologies,
their effects on workplace
and society, their potential to
address lifelong learning and
workplace needs, and the
consequences of misuse.


                                  Performance 4B. The                 0   P
                                  competent teacher describes the
                                  historical development and
                                  important trends affecting the
                                  evolution of technology and its
                                  probable future roles in society.

                                  4C. The competent teacher           0   Link - Explanation
                                  describes strategies for
                                  facilitating consideration of
                                  ethical, legal and human issues
                                  involving school purchasing and
                                  policy decisions.

                                  Performance of Standard 4           0
STANDARD 5 -                      Knowledge 5A. The competent         0   P
Productivity Tools The            teacher knows advanced features
competent teacher will            of technology-based productivity
integrate advanced features       tools.
of technology-based
productivity tools to support
instruction, extend
communication outside the
classroom, enhance
classroom management,
perform administrative
routines more effectively,
and become more productive
in daily tasks.
                               Performance 5B. The                  0   P
                               competent teacher uses advanced
                               features of word processing,
                               desktop publishing, graphics
                               programs and utilities to develop
                               professional products.

                               5C. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                               spreadsheets for analyzing,
                               organizing and displaying
                               numeric data graphically.

                               5D. The competent teacher            0   P
                               designs and manipulates
                               databases and generates
                               customized reports.
                               5E. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                               teacher utility and classroom
                               management tools to design
                               solutions for a specific purpose.

                               5F. The competent teacher            0   P
                               identifies, selects and integrates
                               video and digital images in
                               varying formats for use in
                               presentations, publications
                               and/or other products.

                               5G. The competent teacher            0   P
                               applies specific-purpose
                               electronic devices (such as a
                               graphing calculator, language
                               translator, scientific probeware,
                               or electronic thesaurus) in
                               appropriate content areas.

                               5H. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                               features of applications that
                               integrate word processing,
                               database, spreadsheet,
                               communication and other tools.

                               Performance of Standard 5            0
STANDARD 6 -                   Knowledge 6A. The competent          0   P
Telecommunications and         teacher knows how to access
Information Access: The        telecommunications resources to
competent teacher will use     support instruction.
telecommunications and
information-access resources
to support instruction.
                               Performance 6B. The                  0   P
                               competent teacher accesses and
                               uses telecommunications tools
                               and resources for information
                               sharing, remote information
                               access and retrieval, and
                               multimedia/hypermedia
                               publishing.

                               6C. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                               electronic mail and web browser
                               applications for communications
                               and for research to support
                               instruction.

                               6D. The competent teacher uses       0   P
                               automated on-line search tools
                               and intelligent agents to identify
                               and index desired information
                               resources.
                               Performance of Standard 6            0
STANDARD 7 - Research, Knowledge 7A. The competent                  0   P
Problem Solving, and           teacher understands how to use
Product Development. The computers and other
competent teacher will use     technologies in research,
computers and other            problem solving, and product
technologies in research,      development.
problem solving, and product
development. The competent
teacher will appropriately use
a variety of media,
presentation, and authoring
packages; plan and
participate in team and
collaborative projects that
require critical analysis and
evaluation; and present
products developed.


                               Performance 7B. The                  0   P
                               competent teacher identifies
                               basic principles of instructional
                               design associated with the
                               development of multimedia and
                               hypermedia learning materials.
7C. The competent teacher           0   P
develops simple hypermedia and
multimedia products that apply
basic instructional design
principles.
7D. The competent teacher           0   P
selects appropriate tools for
communicating concepts,
conducting research, and solving
problems for an intended
audience and purpose.

7E. The competent teacher           0   P
identifies examples of emerging
programming, authoring, or
problem solving environments.

7F. The competent teacher           0   P
collaborates with on-line
workgroups to build bodies of
knowledge around specific
topics.
7G. The competent teacher uses      0   P
a computer projection device to
support and deliver oral
presentations.
7H. The competent teacher           0   P
designs and publishes simple on-
line documents that present
information and include links to
critical resources.

7I. The competent teacher           0   P
develops instructional units that
involve compiling, organizing,
analyzing, and synthesizing of
information, and uses technology
to support these processes.

7J. The competent teacher           0   P
conducts research and evaluates
on-line sources of information
that support and enhance the
curriculum.
7K. The competent teacher           0   P
makes use of development
readings and other resource
materials from professional and
trade organizations to improve
teaching and learning.
                                 7L. The competent teacher           0   P
                                 participates in courses and other
                                 professional development
                                 activities to enhance teaching
                                 and learning.

                                 Performance of Standard 7           0
STANDARD 8 -                     Knowledge 8A. The competent         0   P
Information Literacy             teacher understands how to
Skills: The competent            access, evaluate and use
teacher will develop             information to improve teaching
information literacy skills to   and learning.
be able to access, evaluate
and use information to
improve teaching and
learning.
                             Performance 8B. The                     0   P
                             competent teacher models
                             evaluation and use of
                             information to solve problems
                             and make decisions.
                             8C. The competent teacher               0   P
                             expects students to intellectually
                             access, evaluate, and use
                             information to solve problems
                             and make decisions in all subject
                             areas.
                             8D. The competent teacher               0   P
                             structures instruction and designs
                             learning tasks and assignments to
                             reflect higher level thinking
                             skills.
                             8E. The competent teacher               0   P
                             structures and/or facilitates
                             cooperative learning groups as
                             part of students' tasks and
                             assignments.
                             Performance of Standard 8               0
STANDARD 9 -                 Knowledge 9A. The competent             0   C
Collaborative Planning and teacher knows how to plan and
Teaching: The competent teach collaboratively with other
teacher will engage in       educators and the larger school
collaborative planning and   community.
teaching with other educator
colleagues and the larger
school community.
                                 Performance 9B. The                 0   Link - Explanation
                                 competent teacher
                                 collaboratively teaches with
                                 other colleagues, including
                                 library media specialists and
                                 other school community
                                 resources, implementing planned
                                 resource-based learning
                                 experiences.
                                 9C. The competent teacher           0   Link - Explanation
                                 collaboratively develops
                                 assessment strategies to measure
                                 student learning and
                                 development in information
                                 literacy.
                                 9D. The competent teacher           0   Link - Explanation
                                 serves on curriculum committees
                                 to develop single subject and
                                 cross-subject teaching goals and
                                 objectives.
                                 Performance of Standard 9           0
                                           Technology Knowledge      0
                                        Technology Performance       0




                                 Science Core
STANDARD 1 - Science as          1A. understands assumptions,        0   Link - Explanation
Inquiry The competent            processes, purposes,
science teacher understands      requirements, and tools of
scientific inquiry and has the   scientific inquiry.
ability to conduct scientific
inquiry

                                 1B. understands mathematical        0   Link - Explanation
                                 processes and tools for
                                 collecting, managing, and
                                 communicating information.
                                 1C. understands different           0   Link - Explanation
                                 approaches to conducting
                                 scientific investigations.
                                        Knowledge of Standard 1      0
                                 1D. plans and conducts scientific   0   Link - Explanation
                                 investigations using appropriate
                                 tools and technology.

                                 1E. applies mathematical and        0   Link - Explanation
                                 statistical methods to collect,
                                 analyze, and communicate
                                 results of investigations.
                            1F. displays, illustrates, and       0   Link - Explanation
                            defends the results of an
                            investigation.
                            1G. uses evidence and logic in       0   Link - Explanation
                            developing proposed
                            explanations that address
                            scientific questions and
                            hypotheses.
                                Performance of Standard 1        0
STANDARD 2 -                2A. understands the processes,       0   Link - Explanation
Technological Design The capabilities, limitations and
competent science teacher   implications of technology and
understands the concepts,   technological design and
principles and processes of redesign.
technological design.

                            2B. understands technology and       0   Link - Explanation
                            technological design as the use
                            of tools throughout human
                            history.
                                  Knowledge of Standard 2        0
                            2C. identifies real-world            0   Link - Explanation
                            problems or needs to be solved
                            through technological design.

                            2D. addresses a problem              0
                            situation by identifying a design
                            problem, proposing a design
                            solution, implementing the
                            solution, evaluating the solution,
                            revising the design upon
                            evaluation, and communicating
                            the design and the process.

                          2E. identifies the inquiry process     0   Link - Explanation
                          in the investigation of past,
                          current, and potential
                          technological designs.
                               Performance of Standard 2         0
STANDARD 3 - Molecular 3A. understands viral,                    0   TD
and Cellular Sciences The subcellular and cellular structure
competent science teacher and function.
understands and can apply
concepts that explain the
cell, molecular basis of
heredity, and biological
evolution.
                              3B. understands the nature and       0   TD
                              function of the gene, with
                              emphasis on the molecular basis
                              of inheritance and gene
                              expression.
                              3C. understands the processes of     0   TD
                              change at the microscopic and
                              macroscopic levels.

                                     Knowledge of Standard 3       0
                              3D. describes the processes of       0   TD
                              the cell cycle and analyzes the
                              transmission of genetic
                              information.
                              3E. demonstrates an                  0   TD
                              understanding of organelles,
                              cells, tissues, organs, and organ
                              systems and their function.

                              3F. identifies scientific evidence   0   TD
                              from various sources to
                              demonstrate knowledge of
                              theories about processes of
                              biological evolution.
                              3G. demonstrates the ability to      0   TD
                              use instruments or to explain
                              functions of the technologies
                              used to study the life sciences at
                              the molecular and cellular level.

                                  Performance of Standard 3        0
STANDARD 4 - Organisms        4A. understands how living and       0   TD
and Ecosystems The            nonliving factors interact with
competent science teacher     one another and with their
understands and can apply     environment.
concepts that describe how
living things interact with
each other and with their
environment.


                              4B. understands the strategies       0   TD
                              and adaptations used by
                              organisms to obtain the basic
                              requirements of life.
                              4C. understands that all             0   TD
                              environments are comprised of
                              interrelated dynamic systems.
                              4D. understands the concepts of     0   TD
                              populations, communities,
                              ecosystems, ecoregions, and the
                              role of biodiversity in living
                              systems.
                              4E. understands that humans are     0   TD
                              living organisms who uniquely
                              interact with the environment.

                                     Knowledge of Standard 4      0
                              4F. develops a model or             0   TD
                              explanation that shows the
                              relationships within the
                              environment.
                              4G. demonstrates an                 0   TD
                              understanding of how
                              communities, ecosystems, and
                              ecoregions change.
                              4H. demonstrates an                 0   TD
                              understanding of the human as a
                              living organism comparable to
                              other life forms and functions.

                              4I. describes physical,             0   TD
                              ecological, and behavioral
                              factors that influence
                              homeostasis within an organism
                              and interrelationships among
                              organisms.

                             4J. demonstrates the ability to      0   TD
                             use instruments or to explain
                             functions of the technologies
                             used to study the life sciences at
                             the organism and ecosystem
                             level.
                                  Performance of Standard 4       0
STANDARD 5 - Matter and 5A. understands the atomic and            0   TD
Energy The competent         nuclear structure of matter and
science teacher understands the relationship to chemical and
the nature and properties of physical properties.
energy in its various forms,
and the processes by which
energy is exchanged and/or
transformed.

                              5B. understands the principle of    0   TD
                              conservation as it applies to
                              mass, charge, momentum, and
                              energy.
                                5C. understands the cause and       0   TD
                                effect of chemical reactions in
                                natural and manufactured
                                systems.
                                5D. understands the                 0   TD
                                characteristics and relationships
                                among thermal, acoustical,
                                radiant, electrical, chemical,
                                mechanical, and nuclear
                                energies.
                                       Knowledge of Standard 5      0
                                5E. analyzes the properties of      0   TD
                                materials in relation to their
                                chemical or physical structures
                                and evaluate uses of the
                                materials based on their
                                properties.
                                5F. explains conservation of        0   TD
                                mass and energy and explains
                                interactions of energy with
                                matter, including changes in
                                state.
                                5G. uses kinetic theory and the     0   TD
                                laws of thermodynamics to
                                explain energy transformations.

                                5H. analyzes atomic and nuclear     0   TD
                                reactions in natural and
                                man‑made energy systems.

                                5I. demonstrates the ability to     0   TD
                                use instruments or to explain
                                functions of the technologies
                                used to study matter and energy.

                                    Performance of Standard 5       0
STANDARD 6 - Force and          6A. understands the concepts        0   TD
Motion The competent            and interrelationships of
science teacher understands     position, time, velocity, and
and applies the concepts that   acceleration.
describe force and motion
and the principles that
explain them.

                                6B. understands the concepts        0   TD
                                and interrelationships of force
                                (including gravity and friction),
                                inertia, work, power, energy, and
                                momentum.
                                6C. understands the nature and      0   TD
                                properties of electricity and
                                magnetism.
                                 6D. understands the nature and      0   TD
                                 properties of mechanical and
                                 electromagnetic waves.
                                       Knowledge of Standard 6       0
                                 6E. describes and predicts          0   TD
                                 motions of bodies in inertial and
                                 accelerated frames of reference
                                 and in one and two dimensions
                                 in a physical system with
                                 association to the basic theories
                                 of force and motion.

                                 6F. analyzes and predicts           0   TD
                                 motions and interactions
                                 involving forces within the
                                 context of conservation of
                                 energy and/or momentum.
                                 6G. describes the effects of        0   TD
                                 gravitational, electromagnetic,
                                 and nuclear forces in real life
                                 situations.
                                 6H. analyzes and predicts the       0   TD
                                 behavior of mechanical and
                                 electromagnetic waves under
                                 varying physical conditions.
                                 6I. demonstrates abilities to use   0   TD
                                 instruments or to explain
                                 functions of the technologies
                                 used to study force and motion.

                                     Performance of Standard 6       0
STANDARD 7 - The Earth           7A. understands the structure       0   TD
The competent science            and composition of the Earth's
teacher understands the          land, water and atmospheric
dynamic nature of the Earth      systems.
and recognizes that its
features and structures result
from natural processes.

                                 7B. understands the transfer of     0   TD
                                 energy within and among Earth's
                                 land, water and atmospheric
                                 systems.
                                 7C. understands the scope of        0   TD
                                 geologic time and the continuing
                                 physical changes of the Earth
                                 through time.
                                 7D. understands the                 0   TD
                                 interrelationships between living
                                 organisms and Earth's resources.

                                       Knowledge of Standard 7       0
                               7E. analyzes and explains           0   TD
                               large‑scale dynamic forces,
                               events, and processes that affect
                               the Earth's land, water and
                               atmospheric systems.
                               7F. identifies and explains         0   TD
                               Earth's processes and cycles and
                               cites examples in real-life
                               situations.
                               7G. evaluates scientific theories   0   TD
                               about Earth's origin and history
                               and how those theories explain
                               contemporary living systems.

                               7H. identifies and evaluates the    0   TD
                               uses of Earth's resources.
                               7I. demonstrates abilities to use   0   TD
                               instruments and/or to explain
                               functions of the technologies
                               used to study the earth sciences.

                                   Performance of Standard 7       0
STANDARD 8 - The               8A. understands the properties      0   TD
Universe The competent         and dynamic nature of the solar
science teacher understands    system.
and applies concepts that
explain the composition,
structure of, and changes in
the universe and Earth's
place in it.

                               8B. understands the properties      0   TD
                               and dynamics of objects external
                               to the solar system.

                               8C. understands the scientific      0   TD
                               theories dealing with the origin
                               of the universe.
                                      Knowledge of Standard 8      0
                               8D. observes, describes, and        0   TD
                               explains the relative and
                               apparent motions of objects in
                               the sky.
                               8E. compares and analyzes           0   TD
                               evidence relating to the origin
                               and physical evolution of the
                               universe.
                               8F. compares the processes          0   TD
                               involved in the life cycle of
                               objects within the galaxies,
                               including their physical and
                               chemical characteristics.
                              8G. demonstrates the ability to      0   TD
                              use instruments or to explain
                              functions of the technologies and
                              tools used in the study of the
                              space sciences.
                                   Performance of Standard 8       0
STANDARD 9 - Practices 9A. understands that the nature             0   C
of Science The competent of science is a human endeavor
science teacher understands characterized as tentative,
and applies accepted          public, replicable, probabilistic,
practices and implications of historic, unique, holistic and
science in contemporary and empirical.
historical contexts

                              9B. understands the definitions      0   C
                              of hypotheses, predictions, laws,
                              theories, and principles and the
                              historic and contemporary
                              development and testing of them.


                              9C. understands research and         0   C
                              reports examples of hypotheses,
                              predictions, laws, theories, and
                              principles, and valid and biased
                              thinking.
                              9D. understands the basis for        0   C
                              safety practices and regulations
                              in the study of science.

                                     Knowledge of Standard 9       0
                              9E. researches and reports           0   C
                              examples of creative and critical
                              thinking skills in scientific
                              research and technological
                              innovation.
                              9F. researches and reports           0   C
                              examples of predictions,
                              hypotheses, and theories in both
                              valid and biased scientific
                              thinking.
                              9G. researches and reports           0   C
                              examples of the development of
                              science through time and the
                              impact of societal values on the
                              nature of science.
                              9H. documents and practices          0   C
                              safety rules and shows evidence
                              of their necessity in the
                              investigation of science.
                                9I. demonstrates the ability to        0   C
                                use instruments and is able to
                                explain functions of appropriate
                                safety equipment used to assure
                                and implement safe practices.

                                     Performance of Standard 9         0
STANDARD 10 - Science,          10A. understands the ways that         0   C
Technology and Society          science and technology affect
The competent science           people's everyday lives, societal
teacher understands the         values, and systems; the
interaction among science,      environment; new knowledge;
technology and society,         and technologies throughout
including historical and        history.
contemporary development
of major scientific ideas and
technological innovations.

                                10B. understands the processes         0   C
                                and effects of scientific and
                                technological breakthroughs and
                                their effect on other fields of
                                study, careers and job markets.

                                     Knowledge of Standard 10          0
                                10C. evaluates the efficacy of         0   Link - Explanation
                                criteria for determining the
                                effects of policies on local, State,
                                national, and global
                                environmental and technological
                                issues.
                                10D. investigates and evaluates        0   Link - Explanation
                                the credibility of scientific
                                claims made in the media, during
                                public debates, or in advertising
                                or marketing campaigns.

                                10E. investigates issues by            0   Link - Explanation
                                defining and clearly articulating
                                the scientific, technological, and
                                societal connections to be
                                investigated, as well as
                                evaluating the consequences,
                                implications, and potential
                                options for resolution.

                                   Performance of Standard 10          0
STANDARD 11 - Unifying 11A. understands connections                 0   U
Concepts The competent         within and among the traditional
science teacher understands scientific disciplines.
the major unifying concepts
of all sciences (systems,
order, and organization;
evidence, models, and
explanation; constancy,
change, and measurement;
evolution and equilibrium;
form and function), and how
these concepts relate to other
disciplines, particularly
mathematics and the social
sciences.
                              11B. understands fundamental          0   Link - Explanation
                              comparability of the processes
                              shared within and among the
                              traditional scientific disciplines.

                              11C. understands fundamental          0   C
                              mathematical language,
                              knowledge and skills.
                              11D. understands fundamental          0   Link - Explanation
                              relationships among the sciences
                              and the social sciences.

                                   Knowledge of Standard 11         0
                              11E. identifies and describes the     0   Link - Explanation
                              application of the unifying
                              concepts in real-life situations.
                              11F. utilizes the unifying            0   Link - Explanation
                              concepts from science, as well as
                              concepts from mathematics, the
                              social sciences, and other
                              disciplines in his or her teaching.

                              11G. expresses                        0   Link - Explanation
                              phenomenological relationships
                              in the language of mathematics,
                              solving simple algebraic
                              equations, using scientific
                              notation, constructing and
                              interpreting graphs and using
                              probabilities
                                  Performance of Standard 11        0
STANDARD 12 –                 12A. understands the local, State   0   U
Curriculum in Science The and national goals and standards
competent science teacher     for science education.
understands how to develop
learning outcomes for
science instruction that
incorporate State and
national frameworks for
teaching science and how to
select appropriate curriculum
materials to meet the
standards based outcomes.


                              12B. understands the                0   U
                              relationship of science concepts
                              to the developmental level of
                              students in classrooms.

                              12C. understands how to             0   Link - Explanation
                              articulate science instruction
                              across units and from year to
                              year.
                                   Knowledge of Standard 12       0
                              12D. identifies how an              0   U
                              instructional design relates to
                              local, State, and national goals
                              and standards for science.
                              12E. identifies appropriate         0   U
                              curricular materials from a
                              variety of sources and selects
                              those that meet the
                              developmentally appropriate,
                              standards-led instructional
                              outcomes.
                              12F. demonstrates the ability to    0   C
                              articulate learning across and
                              among units of instruction,
                              courses in science, and other
                              disciplines.
                                 Performance of Standard 12       0
STANDARD 13 - Planning        13A. understands how to use           0   U
for Instruction in Science    materials from the students'
The competent science         environment to help them use
teacher understands how to    inquiry strategies to build
plan learning experiences     concepts.
that utilize an appropriate
variety of instructional
methods and strategies that
allow students to develop
significant concepts in
science and the ability to
engage in scientific
reasoning.

                              13B. understands the appropriate      0   U
                              use of various strategies of direct
                              instruction, concept
                              development, inquiry and
                              problem solving that lead to
                              knowledge and skills for
                              scientific reasoning.
                              13C. understands how concepts         0   U
                              are developed in students’ minds
                              and how to address
                              misconceptions that students
                              have developed from prior
                              experiences.
                                   Knowledge of Standard 13         0
                              13D. plans instruction that           0   U
                              allows students to develop
                              understanding of significant
                              concepts and skills in science
                              through hands-on experiences
                              with real materials.
                              13E. plans instruction that           0   U
                              incorporates a variety of
                              methods and strategies for
                              learning, including
                              demonstrations, the laboratory,
                              and out-of-class resources.

                              13F. plans instruction utilizing      0   U
                              instructional technology,
                              instructional materials, and
                              scientific equipment.
                              13G. plans instructional              0   U
                              activities that create
                              opportunities for students to test,
                              modify, and sometimes abandon
                              previous ideas about science.

                                 Performance of Standard 13         0
STANDARD 14 -                14A. understands liability and         0   C
Environment for Learning negligence, especially as applied
The competent science        to science teaching.
teacher can design and
manage safe and supportive
learning environments in
which all students can
engage in scientific inquiry
and concept development.

                               14B. understands procedures for      0   C
                               safe and ethical use and care of
                               animals for science instruction.

                                    Knowledge of Standard 14        0
                               14C. designs and assesses            0   C
                               learning environments to utilize
                               safe practices to prevent
                               potential problems of liability
                               and negligence regarding the
                               inventory, storage, and disposal
                               of chemicals, resources, and
                               equipment.

                               14D. develops a set of criteria to   0   C
                               measure and assesses the
                               optimum learning environment
                               that promotes scientific inquiry
                               and learning.
                               14E. develops procedures to          0   C
                               adapt learning environments to
                               meet students’ special needs.

                                  Performance of Standard 14        0
STANDARD 15 - Teaching         15A. understands the                 0   U
Science The competent          appropriate use of strategies
science teacher understands    for questioning, facilitating,
how to guide and facilitate    and coaching to help students
learning using a variety of    develop significant concepts,
methods and strategies that    problem-solving skills, and
encourage students'            scientific habits of mind.
development of scientific
inquiry skills and concepts.


                               15B. understands the                 0   U
                               teacher's role in different
                               teaching strategies, including
                               concept development, inquiry,
                               and direct instruction.

                                    Knowledge of Standard 15        0
                              15C. implements activities          0   U
                              requiring students to collect
                              data, reflect upon their
                              findings, make inferences,
                              and links new ideas to
                              preexisting knowledge.
                              15D. conducts instruction that      0   U
                              has appropriate structure with
                              flexibility to allow students to
                              engage in productive inquiry
                              as individuals and groups.

                             15E. conducts instruction that       0   U
                             encourages curiosity,
                             openness to new ideas and
                             data, and skepticism that
                             characterize science.
                                Performance of Standard 15        0
STANDARD 16 -                16A. understands the alignment       0   U
Assessment The competent of student learning standards,
science teacher understands instructional strategies, and local
standards based science      curriculum in the development of
assessment designs,          assessment tools and strategies.
purposes, and analysis
strategies, including
technological collection
capabilities and performance
assessments.
                             16B. understands the value of        0   AR
                             assessment data in guiding and
                             changing instruction in science
                             classrooms.
                             16C. understands the importance      0   U
                             of communicating criteria for
                             success to students.

                              16D. understands the importance     0   Link - Explanation
                              and impact of state and local
                              assessment policies.
                                   Knowledge of Standard 16       0
                              16E. plans and conducts             0   Link - Explanation
                              assessment to evaluate scientific
                              inquiry assessment tasks in
                              multiple disciplines.
                              16F. plans and conducts             0   Link - Explanation
                              assessment to evaluate
                              technological design assessment
                              tasks in multiple disciplines.
                                 16G. plans and conducts             0   Link - Explanation
                                 assessment to evaluate scientific
                                 case study/issue investigation
                                 assessment tasks in multiple
                                 disciplines.
                                 16H. plans and conducts             0   U
                                 assessment to evaluate student
                                 understanding using a variety of
                                 tools and strategies.

                                 16I. designs assessment tasks       0   Link - Explanation
                                 with clearly articulated criteria
                                 for student impact and program
                                 evaluation.
                                 16J. evaluates assessment data to   0   AR
                                 propose responses to program
                                 evaluation and potential
                                 improvement.
                                     Performance of Standard 16      0
STANDARD 17 -                    17A. understands how                0   U
Connections in Teaching          students can identify and
Science The competent            utilize science concepts in
science teacher can relate       their daily lives.
science to the daily lives and
interests of students as well
as to the larger framework of
human endeavor and to
learning in other disciplines.

                                 17B. understands the                0   U
                                 relationship of learning in
                                 science to learning in other
                                 disciplines.
                                      Knowledge of Standard 17       0
                                 17C. engages students in the        0   U
                                 examination of science
                                 applications in their personal
                                 lives and interests and in the
                                 examination of local issues.

                                 17D. assists students in            0   U
                                 relating knowledge of other
                                 disciplines, particularly
                                 mathematics and social
                                 sciences, to concepts of
                                 science in applications to their
                                 personal lives.
                                 17E. orients students to            0   U
                                 potential careers related to
                                 applications of scientific and
                                 technological knowledge.
                                    Performance of Standard 17       0
STANDARD 18 - Learning 18A. understands applications of             0   U
Science and the            science concepts and inquiry to
Community The competent the context of a community.
science teacher can make
effective use of human and
institutional resources
beyond the classroom.

                                18B. understands how parents        0   Link - Explanation
                                and other community members
                                and institutions support science
                                learning in the classroom.

                                18C. understands how to use the     0   U
                                resources of the student's
                                community to support inquiry.
                                     Knowledge of Standard 18       0
                                18D. uses data about a              0   Link - Explanation
                                community in conducting
                                learning activities in science.
                                18E. conducts activities that       0   Link - Explanation
                                involve parents and other
                                members of the community in
                                the science program.
                                18F. utilizes individuals and       0   Link - Explanation
                                agencies that provide science
                                education in the community in
                                the science program.
                                18G. develops and tests a           0   Link - Explanation
                                community resource inventory,
                                including its non-formal learning
                                opportunities, business/industry
                                connections, and
                                parent/community resources.

                                18H. uses synchronous and           0   Link - Explanation
                                asynchronous telecommunication
                                capabilities to collaborate with
                                community members and other
                                experts as an integral component
                                to projects.

                                   Performance of Standard 18       0
STANDARD 19 – Content           19A. understands that the           0   U
Reading The competent           reading process is the
science teacher understands     construction of meaning through
the process of reading and      the interactions of the reader’s
demonstrates instructional      background knowledge and
abilities to teach reading in   experiences, the information in
the content area of science.    the text, and the purpose of the
                                reading situation.
19B. recognizes the relationships   0   U
among the four language arts
(reading, writing, listening, and
speaking), and knows how to
provide opportunities to
integrate these through
instruction.

19C. understands how to design,     0   U
select, modify, and evaluate
materials in terms of the reading
needs of the learner.

19D. understands the importance     0   U
of and encourages the use of
literature for adolescents in the
curriculum and for independent
reading.
19E. understands the relationship   0   Link - Explanation
between oral and silent reading.

19F. understands the role of        0   U
subject-area vocabulary in
developing reading
comprehension.
19G. understands the importance     0   U
of the unique study strategies
required of the specific content
area in developing reading
comprehension.

19H. understands the importance     0   U
of the relationship between
assessment and instruction in
planning.
      Knowledge of Standard 19      0
19I. plans and teaches lessons      0   U
for students that develop
comprehension of content-area
materials through instructional
practices that include analyzing
critically, evaluating sources,
and synthesizing and
summarizing material.

19J. plans and teaches lessons on   0   U
how to monitor comprehension
and correct confusions and
misunderstandings that arise
during reading
19K. plans and models use of         0   U
comprehension strategies before,
during, and after reading of text.

19L. provides opportunities for      0   U
students to develop content-area
vocabulary through instructional
practices that develop
connections and relationships
among words, use of context
clues, and understanding of
connotative and denotative
meaning of words

19M. plans and teaches lessons       0   U
that encourage students to write
about the content read in order to
improve understanding.

19N. plans and teaches lessons       0   U
to help students develop study
strategies that include
previewing and preparing to read
text effectively, recognizing
organizational patterns unique to
informational text, and using
graphic organizers as an aid for
recalling information.

19O. plans and teaches units that    0   U
require students to carry out
research or inquiry using
multiple texts, including
electronic resources.
19P. provides continuous             0   Link - Explanation
monitoring of students’ progress
through observations, work
samples, and various informal
reading assessments.

19Q. analyzes and evaluates the      0   Link - Explanation
quality and appropriateness of
instructional materials in terms
of readability, content, length,
format, illustrations, and other
pertinent factors.

19R. promotes the development        0   Link - Explanation
of an environment that includes
classroom libraries that foster
reading.
                                    Performance of Standard 19        0

                                    Knowledge of Science Core         0
                                   Performance of Science Core        0


                                 Caring -                             0
                                 Collaboration -                      0
                                 Creative & Critical Thinking -       0
                                 Diversity -                          0
                                 Lifelong Learning -                  0
                                 Scholarship -                        0
                                 Knowledge -                          0
                                 Reflection -                         0
                                 Practice -                           0
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Standard 1 Content - The         1.a. Know and understand the         0   Link - Explanation
program prepares candidates      major concepts and principles of
to structure and interpret the   the teaching discipline(s) as
concepts, ideas and              defined by state and national
relationships in science that    standards of the science
are needed to advance            education community.
student learning in the area
of licensure as defined by
state and national standards
developed by the science
education community.
Content refers to concepts
and principles understood
through science; concepts
and relationships unifying
science domains; processes
of investigation in a science
discipline; and applications
of mathematics in science
research.


                                 1.b. Know and understand             0   Link - Explanation
                                 major concepts and principles
                                 unifying science disciplines. (See
                                 National Science Education
                                 Standards Aligning Concepts.

                                 1.c. Design, conduct and report      0   Link - Explanation
                                 investigations within a science
                                 discipline.
                                 1.d. Apply mathematics in           0   Link - Explanation
                                 problem-solving and scientific
                                 investigation.

Standard 2 Nature of             2.a. Know and understand the        0   Link - Explanation
Science - The program            philosophical nature of science
prepares teachers to engage      and the conventions of scientific
students in activities to        explanation.
define the values, beliefs and
assumptions inherent to the
creation of scientific
knowledge within the
scientific community, and
contrast science to other
ways of knowing. Nature of
science refers to
characteristics distinguishing
science from other ways of
knowing; characteristics
distinguishing basic science,
applied science, and
technology; processes and
conventions of science as a
professional activity; and
standards defining acceptable
evidence and scientific
explanation.



                                 2.b. Engage K-12 students           0   Link - Explanation
                                 effectively in studies of the
                                 nature of science and
                                 conventions of scientific
                                 explanation.
Standard 3 Inquiry - The        3.a. Know and understand            0   Link - Explanation
program prepares candidates     scientific inquiry and its
to engage students regularly    relationship to the development
and effectively in science      of scientific knowledge.
inquiry and facilitate
understanding of the role
inquiry plays in the
development of scientific
knowledge. Inquiry refers to
questioning and formulating
solvable problems; reflecting
on, and constructing,
knowledge from data;
collaborating and exchanging
information while seeking
solutions; and developing
concepts and relationships
from empirical experience.



                                3.b. Engage K-12 students           0   Link - Explanation
                                effectively in scientific inquiry
                                appropriate for their grade level
                                and abilities.

Standard 4 Context of          4.a. Know and understand the         0   Link - Explanation
Science - The program          relationship of science to other
prepares candidates to relate human values and endeavors
science to the daily lives and
interests of students and to a
larger framework of human
endeavor and understanding.
The context of science refers
to relationships among
systems of human endeavor
including science and
technology; relationships
among scientific,
technological, personal,
social and cultural values;
and the relevance and
importance of science to the
personal lives of students.



                                4.b. Engage K-12 students           0   Link - Explanation
                                effectively in the study of the
                                relationship of science to other
                                human values and endeavors.
                             4.c. Relate science to the          0   Link - Explanation
                             personal lives, needs and
                             interests of K-12 students.

Standard 5 Skills of          5.a. Use diverse and effective     0   Link - Explanation
Teaching - The program        actions, strategies and
prepares candidates to create methodologies to teach science.
a community of diverse
student learners who can
construct meaning from
science experiences and
possess a disposition for
further inquiry and learning.
Skills of Teaching refers to
science teaching actions,
strategies and
methodologies; interactions
with students that promote
learning and achievement;
effective organization of
classroom experiences; use
of advanced technology to
extend and enhance learning;
and the use of prior
conceptions and student
interests to promote new
learning.

                             5.b. Interact effectively with K-   0   Link - Explanation
                             12 students to promote learning
                             and demonstrate student
                             achievement.
                             5.c. Organize and manage            0   Link - Explanation
                             science activities effectively in
                             different student groupings.
                             5.d. Use advanced technology        0   Link - Explanation
                             to teach K-12 students science.

                             5.e. Use prior conceptions          0   Link - Explanation
                             and K- 12 student interests to
                             promote learning
Standard 6 Curriculum -        6.a. Develop coherent,                0   Link - Explanation
The program prepares           meaningful goals, plans, and
candidates to develop and      materials and find resources.
apply a coherent, focused
science curriculum that is
consistent with state and
national standards for
science education and
appropriate for addressing
the needs, abilities and
interests of students. Science
curriculum refers to an
extended framework of
goals, plans, materials, and
resources for instruction and
the instructional context,
both in and out of school,
within which pedagogy is
embedded
                              6.b. Relate plans and resources        0   Link - Explanation
                              to professionally-developed state
                              and national standards, including
                              the National Science Education
                              Standards.

                              6.c. Plan and develop science          0   Link - Explanation
                              curriculum addressing the needs,
                              interests and abilities of all preK-
                              12 students.
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Standard 7 Social Context -
The program prepares
candidates to relate science
to the community and to use
human and institutional
resources in the community
to advance the education of
their students in science.
The social context of science
teaching refers to the social
and community support
network within which
science teaching and learning
occur; relationship of science
teaching and learning to the
needs and values of the          7.a. Know and understand the
community; and involvement       values and needs of the
of people and institutions       community and their effect on
from the community in the        the teaching and learning of
teaching of science.             science.
                                                                      0   Link - Explanation
                                 7.b. Use community human and
                                 institutional resources to advance
                                 the learning of science in the
                                 classroom and field.

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Standard 8 Assessment -
The program prepares
candidates to use a variety of
contemporary assessment
strategies to evaluate the
intellectual, social, and
personal development of the
learner in all aspects of
science. Assessment refers
to the alignment of goals,
instruction and outcomes;
measurement and evaluation
of student learning in a
variety of dimensions and the
use of outcome data to guide 8.a. Align science goals,
and change instruction.        instruction and outcomes.
                                  8.b. Know and use a variety of      0   Link - Explanation
                                  contemporary science
                                  assessment strategies to
                                  determine preK-12 student needs
                                  and levels of learning and
                                  development.
                                                                      0   Link - Explanation
                                  8.c. Use assessment
                                  appropriately to determine, guide
                                  and change science instruction.

                                  9.a. Create and maintain a          0   Link - Explanation
                                  psychologically and socially safe
                                  and supportive learning
Standard 9 Environment
                                  environment.
for Learning - The program
prepares candidates to design
and manage safe and
supportive learning
environments reflecting high
expectations for the success
of all students. Learning
environments refers to the
physical spaces within which
learning of science occurs;
psychological and social
environment of the student
engaged in learning science;
treatment and ethical use of
living organisms; and safety
in all areas related to science
instruction.
                                  9.b. Manage the activities and      0   Link - Explanation
                                  materials of science safely in
                                  storage areas, labs and field.
                                  9.c. Keep and use living            0   Link - Explanation
                                  organisms as in the classroom in
                                  a safe, ethical and appropriate
                                  manner.
                                   10.a. Know and participate in      0   Link - Explanation
                                   professional organizations and
Standard 10 Professional           activities of the science
Practice - The program             education community beyond the
prepares candidates to             classroom.
participate in the
professional community,
improving practice through
their personal actions,
education and development.
Professional practice refers
to knowledge of, and
participation in, the activities
of the professional
community; ethical behavior
consistent with the best
interests of students and the
community; reflection on
professional practices and
continuous efforts to ensure
the highest quality of science
instruction; and willingness
to work with students and
new colleagues as they enter
the profession.
                                   10.b. Behave ethically and in      0   Link - Explanation
                                   best interests of preK-12
                                   students and the community.
                                   10.c. Engage in reflective         0   Link - Explanation
                                   practices and make continuous
                                   efforts to improve in practice.

                                   10.d. Work willingly with peers,   0   Link - Explanation
                                   supervisors and others in a
                                   professional manner.

Department Subject Matter Test
PHYS 1,2,3
PHYS 4,5,6

ISBE Subject matter test
   Sub area 1 = Sci Core 1, 2, 9, 10, 11
   Sub Area 2 = Sci Core 3, 4
   Sub Area 3 = Sci Core 5, 6
   Sub Area 4 = Sci Core 7, 8
   Sub Area 5 = PHYS 1, 2, 3
   Sub Area 6 = PHYS 4, 5, 6



285 - 300 = 6
270 - 284 = 5
255 - 269 = 4
240 - 254 = 3
200 - 239 = 2
<200 = 1

                AR = Action Research
                C = Courses
                P = Practicum
                U = Unit
                ST = Student Teaching
                TD = Test Data
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