Instructor Training at Benedict School.


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Educator Education at Benedict College NCATE/State Visit April 12-16, 2003 Teachers as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Purpose The reason for this presentation is to give a review of the data that drives the greater part of the exercises connected with instructor training at Benedict College. Educators as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Teacher Education Programs Elementary Education Early Childhood Education Biology Education English Education Mathematics Education Art Education Music Education Teachers as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Vision The vision of the unit reflects the vision of the organization. The instructor training program at Benedict College is focused on delivering the best teachers in the Carolinas. The instructor training program looks for understudies, workforce, staff and executives who are focused on making a superior world through the disclosure and utilization of information. The instructor training program offers excellent projects of educating, exploration, and open administration for understudies and personnel. The Benedict College instructor training system is focused on encouraging and enabling educators to address the issues of all understudies and different groups in a worldwide society. Instructors as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Mission The mission of the educator training project is to get ready instructors for P-12 direction and for further study in instruction related fields. Understudies finishing projects of study in instructor training will be set up to gain and keep up instructional and initiative positions in the instruction field identified with educating, administration, and examination. The instructor training program plans confirmed and qualified educators. Educators as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Conceptual Framework The applied system comprises of four results: (1) instructors as researchers; (2) educators as viable professionals; (3) educators as intelligent chiefs; and (4) educators as assets for the group. These four measurements manage each part of the Teacher Education program at Benedict College and add cognizance to the learning encounters and results for educator applicants. Notwithstanding these four results there are 29 proficiencies (BCTE principles). Educators as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Theme Teachers as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities Teachers as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Conceptual Framework Outcomes of the Conceptual Framework Teachers as researchers Teachers as successful experts Teachers as intelligent chiefs Teachers as assets for the group Candidate Outcomes – are adjusted to state and expert benchmarks Unit Assessment System – was composed by the workforce and school accomplices Teachers as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Conceptual Framework Field Experiences – are different and support the BCTE measures Diversity-competitors work with assorted staff at the school and also in the school. Differing qualities related issues are educated all through the educational modules. Personnel – workforce are qualified, show best instructing and administration hones as depicted by the theoretical structure. Unit Governance – unit administration structures and assets bolster the work of the unit. Instructors as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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Overarching Ideas Commitment to Technology Is surveyed through three of the Benedict College Teacher Education (BCTE) measures Commitment to Diversity Is evaluated through four of the Benedict College Teacher Education (BCTE) gauges Our dedication to innovation and differing qualities pervades the educator training program Teachers as Powers for Good in Schools and Communities

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