Expected outcomes for graduates of Lesley's graduate Science in Education programs.
In order for our graduates to be well-prepared for the classroom, we have a system in place to track student progress. Key assignments, which measure competencies that link to state and professional standards, are identified in every course. Based on these assignments, faculty give students actionable feedback on their progress to ensure continuous improvement. Expected outcomes:
Classroom CultureThe practice of establishing a respectful, equitable environment for a diverse population of students that promotes a high degree of learner engagement and a clear commitment to learning: Understand that cultural competence is essential to successful science instruction for all students, and implements an equitable space. Classroom ClimateLearning Diversity: Makes content accessible to a diverse population of learners. AssessmentThe practice of using multiple methods of assessment to engage learners in their own growth, to monitor learner progress and to guide the teacher's and learner's decision making: Are able to use a variety of strategies to assess student understanding of science concepts which are sensitive to diversity in the classroom.
Teaching and Learning
The practice of applying deep knowledge of human development, learning theory, and K-12 content to instruction that is challenging, clear, differentiated, and accurate:
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