Office of Assessment and Accreditation

UNCG Student Learning Outcomes

Collaborative for Educator Preparation Initial Teaching (BA)

Program List for the Collaborative for Educator Preparation


Mission

The mission of professional education at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is to ensure “Access to Opportunities through Teaching, Learning and Caring.” This requires excellence in all our programs through alignment to state and national standards; explicit connections between research, theory and practice; candidates’ acquisition of the knowledge, skills and dispositions of their disciplines; detailed evaluation of our candidates’ continual professional growth; collaboration among stakeholders; ongoing self-study; and an overriding commitment to fostering beliefs and actions that promote education for all. Toward these ends, our Unit and programs focus on six areas: leadership, professional knowledge, professional practice, educational environments, data-informed decision-making, and professional growth to support the learning of all children in the context of 21st century complexity and dynamic change.

Learning Outcomes

Candidates for initial teaching licensure establish a respectful environment for a diverse student population.
Candidates for initial teaching licensure are expected to demonstrate their ability to establish a respectful environment for a diverse student population, in alignment with North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards and the CEP Conceptual Framework.

Candidates for initial teaching licensure facilitate learning for all students through planning and instruction.
Candidates for initial teaching licensure are expected to demonstrate their ability to facilitate learning for all students through planning and instruction, in alignment with North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards and the CEP Conceptual Framework.

Candidates for initial teaching licensure assess their practice.
Candidates for initial teaching licensure are expected to demonstrate their ability to use assessment to improve student learning and modify their professional practice.

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