Teacher Preparation-Elementary (3rd Year) Certificate

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Program Student Learning Outcomes Assessment
(AY 2019-2020)

Program Student Learning Outcomes(PSLOs)

At the completion of the Teacher Preparation-Elementary (3rd Year) Certificate, the student will be able to:

  1. Task analyze FSM and State curriculum standards and benchmarks and develop lesson plans that align with the benchmarks, include strategies for differentiation of learning, integrate two or more subject areas, and link the concepts to the students’ environment;
  2. Deliver lessons using a variety of teaching approaches, including development of materials and application of technology, to meet the differentiated needs of FSM elementary school students including students with special needs;
  3. Assess and evaluate student learning at both the formative and summative levels;
  4. Organize and manage an elementary classroom environment for learning;
  5. Demonstrate professionalism.

PSLO Assessment Report Summary

What we looked at:

This summary report presents the PSLO assessment data available on TracDat for Fall 2019. Spring 2020 or the data for half of the assessment cycle is not available as of the writing of this report. PSLO’s were assessed in each of the courses as highlighted in the table below results of which showed the degree of students’ success.

PSLO 1. Task analyze FSM and State curriculum standards and benchmarks and develop lesson plans that align with the benchmarks, include strategies for differentiation of learning, integrate two or more subject areas, and link the concepts to the students’ environment.
Course CSLO
ED301a 1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2
ED301b 3.1, 3.2. 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2
ED302 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5
ED303 1.1, 2.1, 2.2
ED304 1.1, 1.2, 2.1
ED338 3.1, 4.1, 4.2, 5.1
ED392 1.1, 1.2
PSLO 2. Deliver lessons using a variety of teaching approaches, including development of materials and application of technology, to meet the differentiated needs of FSM elementary school students including students with special needs;
ED301a 4.1
ED301b 1.1, 2.1, 2.2, 4.1, 4.2
ED302 4.1, 4.2
ED303 1.1, 2.1, 2.2
ED304 3.1
ED338 2.1, 2.2, 4.2
ED392 2, 3.1 (Yap)
PSLO 3. Assess and evaluate student learning at both the formative and summative levels;
ED301a 5.1
ED301b 7.1, 7.2, 7.3
ED302 5.1, 5.2
ED303 2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 4.1, 5.1, 5.2
ED304 3.1, 4.1
ED330 2.2
ED338 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 5.1
ED392 4.1
PSLO 4. Organize and manage an elementary classroom environment for learning;
ED301a 5.2
ED301b 7.3
ED302 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 4.1, 4.2
ED303 2.1, 2.2, 3.1
ED304 3.1
ED330 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 5.1
ED338 3.1
ED392 3.2
PSLO 5. Demonstrate professionalism.
ED301a 6.1
ED301b n/a
ED302 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2
ED303 2.1, 2.2, 5.1
ED304 3.1, 5.1
ED338 5.1
ED392 5.1

What we found:

PSLO 1
ED 301b CSLO 3: Develop strategies for teaching decoding/word recognition skills, including guided story reading and fluency, aligned with the FSM Vernacular (heritage language) Reading benchmarks for the elementary grades. (Target = 90% of the students score 70% or better)

  • 13 (12 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (87%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 301b CSLO 5: Demonstrate strategies for teaching reading comprehension skills, including vocabulary, text comprehension, guided story reading, and fluency, aligned with the Vernacular (heritage language) Reading benchmarks for the elementary grades. (Target = 90% of the students score 70% or better)

  • 13 students (12 females; 1male) out of 15 students (87%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 301b CSLO 6: Develop lesson plans to teaching reading in both English and the heritage language that are aligned with the FSM Reading benchmarks.

  • 11 (10 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (73%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CSLO 1: Task analyze FSM and State elementary social studies curriculum standards and benchmarks.

    Yap Campus
  • (Yap Campus) 3 (2 females; 1 male) out of 3 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • National Campus
  • Objective test on comparison and contrast of the two social studies curriculum and benchmarks. 6 (5 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (86%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Objective test on terminology. 6 (5 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (86%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Graphic organizer (multi-flow thinking map) of the process of task analysis scored by rubric. 6 (5 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (86%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Objective test on how key words in a benchmark set up parameters of teaching and learning in the classroom. 7 (6 females; 1 male) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CSLO 2: Apply teaching methods and strategies to social studies strands and themes.

    Yap Campus
  • Portfolio of Student Collection – 3 (2 females; 1 male) out of 3 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • National Campus
  • Classification charts on appropriate social studies teaching methods and strategies as benchmark indicators, by grade level and by content relevance; class activity scored by rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Classification charts on appropriate social studies skills as performance indicators, by grade level and by content relevance; class activity scored by rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Curriculum map; class activity scored by rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CSLO 3: Develop social studies lesson plans with supplementary materials.

    Yap Campus
  • Portfolio Review – 3 (2 females; 1 male) out of 3 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • National Campus
  • Written project on supplementary instructional materials that differentiate learning; scored by rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Written lesson plans that differentiate learning; scored by rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Written checklist; scored by rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 1: Task analyzes FSM and state math curriculum standards and benchmarks.

  • (Yap Campus) 3 (2 females; 1 male) out of 3 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • (National Campus) 13 (12 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (86%) successfully completed this CSLO

ED 303 CSLO 2.1: Develop math lessons with supplementary materials.

  • 14 (12 females; 2 male) out of 15 students (93%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 392 CSLO 1: Develop elementary level lesson plans.

  • (Yap Campus) 8 (7 females; 1 male) out of 8 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO at Yap Campus.

PSLO 2 ED 301b CSLO 1: Differentiate among various philosophical approaches to the teaching of reading in the elementary classroom.

  • 14 (13 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (93%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 301b CSLO 2: Demonstrate strategies for teaching decoding/word recognition skills, including guided story reading and fluency, aligned with the FSM English Reading benchmarks for the elementary grades.

  • Students say the sounds of written letters and letter combinations in English. 15 (14 females; 1 male) out of 15 (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students role play teaching phonemic awareness skills in English. 12 (11 females and 1 male) out of 15 students (80%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students role play strategies for teaching regular words, sight words, irregular words, sound combinations, silent-e words, soft g/c words, and words with CVCe derivatives. 14 (13 females and 1 male) out of 15 students (93%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students role-play teaching guided story reading at various levels. 15 (14 females and 1 male) out of 15 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 301b CSLO 4: Demonstrate strategies for teaching reading comprehension skills, including vocabulary, text comprehension, guided story reading, and fluency, aligned with the SM English Reading benchmarks for the elementary grades.

  • Students role play teaching reading comprehension skills in English. 11 (10 females and 1 male) out of 15 students (73%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students role play teaching comprehension through guided story reading in English. 12 (11 females and one male) out of 15 students (80%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CSLO 4: Deliver social studies lessons to peers.

  • Presentation evaluated by peers and instructor scored by rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 1: Task analyzes FSM and state math curriculum standards and benchmarks.

  • Same as under PSLO 1

ED 303 CSLO 2: Develop math lessons with supplementary materials.

  • Same as under PSLO 1

ED 392 CSLO 2: Develop elementary level lesson materials.

  • (Yap Campus) 8 (7 females; 1 male) out of 8 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 392 CSLO 3: Deliver elementary level lesson plans.

  • (Yap Campus) 8 (7 females; 1 male) out of 8 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

PSLO 3ED 301b CSLO 7: Demonstrate strategies for assessing reading skills, placing students in appropriate reading levels, and grouping students for instruction.

  • Students role play assessing English reading skills. 13 (12 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (87%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students take a written exam on which they define an Informal Reading Inventory, score an IRI, and determine appropriate placement. 13 (13 females) out of 15 students (87%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students group elementary students for reading instruction according to their placement test scores. 15 (14 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CSLO 5: Demonstrate habits and skills of the professional teacher.

  • (Yap Campus) 3 (2 females; 1 male) out of 3 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 2: Apply teaching methods and strategies to social studies strands and themes.

  • Students develop classification charts on appropriate social studies teaching methods and strategies as benchmark indicators, by grad level and by content relevance. 7 (6 females; 1 male out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students apply classification charts on appropriate social studies skills as performance indicators, by grade level and by content relevance. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students develop curriculum map. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully complete this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 4: Deliver social studies lessons to peers.

  • 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 5: Assess student learning of social studies benchmarks.

  • Written set of assessment instruments scored with a rubric. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Peer evaluation of checklist. 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 330 CSLO 2: Motivate engagement in learning, give clear directions for learning activities, and design and conduct engaging learning activities to prevent behavior problems from occurring.

  • Students design activities to keep students involved in learning. 10 (8 females; 2 males) out of 14 students (71%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Give clear directions. 11 (9 females; 2 males) out of 14 students (84%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 392 CSLO 4: Assess student learning.

  • (Yap Campus) 8 (7 females; 1 male) out of 8 students (100%) successfully complete this CSLO.

PSLO 4
ED 301b CSLO 7: Demonstrate strategies for assessing reading skills, placing students in appropriate reading levels, and grouping students for instruction.

  • Students role play assessing English reading skills. 13 (12 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (87%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students take a written exam on which they define an Informal Reading Inventory, score an IRI, and determine appropriate placement. 13 (13 females) out of 15 students (87%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • Students group elementary students for reading instruction according to their placement test scores. 15 (14 females; 1 male) out of 15 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CSLO 3: Identify suitable teaching approaches to meet learning needs of students in the five thematic strands of Social Studies.

  • (Yap Campus) Portfolio of student collection. 3 (2 female; 1 male) out of 3 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CLSO 4: Identify strategies/methods of assessing students’ progress.

  • (Yap Campus) 3 (2 female; 1 male) out of 3 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 2: Develop math lessons with supplementary materials.

  • 14 (12 females; 2 males) out of 15 students (93%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 392 CSLO 5: Self-reflect on lesson delivery.

  • (Yap Campus) 8 (7 females; 1 male) out of 8 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

PSLO 5
ED 302 CSLO 3:

  • Same as under PLSO 2.

ED 302 CSLO 5: Assess student learning of social studies benchmarks.

  • 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 302 CSLO 6: Self-reflection on social studies lesson delivery.

  • 7 (6 females; 1 male) out of 7 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 2: Develop math lessons with supplementary materials.

  • CSLO 2.1: 14 (12 females; 2 males) out of 15 students (93%) successfully completed this CSLO.
  • CSLO 2.2: 14 (12 females; 2 males) out of 15 students (93%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 303 CSLO 5: Self-reflection on math lesson delivery.

  • 15 (13 females; 2 males) out of 15 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

ED 392 CSLO 5: Self-reflection of lesson delivery.

  • (Yap Campus) 8 (7 females; 1 male) out of 8 students (100%) successfully completed this CSLO.

What we are planning to work on:

Better coordination of the assessment process by setting aside time at the end of every Spring semester for a divisional meeting where assessment results could be discussed and entered into TracDat and a plan is developed for the next academic year. In addition, instructors could discuss solutions on how to improve student learning, as recommended by an instructor.

Recommendations for students:

No recommendations for students or improvement was available at the writing of this report.

Program Review (National Campus)

Unit Assessment Report

Report Period: 2013-2014

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