TE Case Scenario

Please use this form to submit your ratings on the Teacher Ed applicant.
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  • Scoring - Content

    Scoring Guide: 2 = Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the aspects of the case that are relevant to the question; responds appropriately to all parts of the question; if an explanation is required, provides a strong explanation that is well supported by relevant evidence; demonstrates a strong knowledge of pedagogical concepts, theories, facts, procedures, or methodologies relevant to the question 1 = Demonstrates a basic understanding of the aspects of the case that are relevant to the question; responds appropriately to one portion of the question; if an explanation is required, provides a weak explanation that is supported by relevant evidence; demonstrates some knowledge of pedagogical concepts, theories, facts, procedures, or methodologies relevant to the question. 0= Demonstrates misunderstanding of the aspects of the case that are relevant to the question; fails to respond apprpriately to the question; is not supported by relevant evidence; demonstrates little knowledge of pedagogical concepts, theories, facts, procedures, or methodologies relevant to the question. No credit is given for a blank or off-topic response.
  • Scoring - Writing

    Scoring Guide: 2 = Written in a professional tone at a level commensurate with college level expectations; it is free of spelling errors, the writing indicates command of the language, with full awareness of issues associated with language. 1 = Tone of the paper is generally formal with no inappropriate abbreviations and contractions, there are few spelling errors, there are few issues with syntax, noun-pronoun agreement, and pragmatics; the writer is somewhat sensitive to language issues. 0 = Written in an informal tone, with numerous abbreviations, and contractions; there are numerous spelling errors, there are errors with syntax, noun-pronoun agreement, and the pragmatics; the writer is not sensitive to language issues.