Accreditation and Assessment
- Accreditation Committee Decision for RSC MAED Program, July 22, 2013
- Accreditation Committee Decision for RSC Teacher Education Program, July 22, 2013
- TEAC Annual Report Master of Arts in Education, 2009
School of Education Accreditation
Stockton's Teacher Education (TEDU) program is designed to prepare new teachers to be competent in their subjects, to apply appropriate pedagogy, and to demonstrate caring practices. The program is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for a period of seven years, from 2013 to 2020. This accreditation certifies that the Teacher Education program has provided evidence that it adheres to TEAC's quality principles.
Stockton's Master of Arts in Education (MAED) program is designed to deepen professional knowledge, develop and deliver instruction, and demonstrate caring through reflective and equitable practices. The MAED program is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for a period of seven years, from 2013 to 2020. This accreditation certifies that the Master of Arts in Education program has provided evidence that it adheres to TEAC's quality principles.
*As CAEP increasingly becomes the recognized name in accreditation of educator preparation, transitional language will be provided to continue to indicate TEAC accreditation, while linking the former entities to CAEP as the new sole accreditor for educator preparation.
TEAC (CAEP) Accreditation:
Our novice teachers:
- Demonstrate a thorough competence in their content area and including the ability to draw upon content knowledge when planning and implementing instruction.
- Understand and integrate appropriate planning, assessment, planning and instructional strategies in engaging ways.
- Recognize the diverse needs of the learner by establishing a positive supportive learning environment and utilizing varied teaching strategies that meet the needs of all learners.
- Demonstrate professional responsibility by engaging in self-reflective practices and collaboration.
The MAED program makes and supports five claims:
1. Our graduates build and integrate content area knowledge in their practice.
2. Our graduates implement effective pedagogy strategies in their practice.
3. Our graduates effectively engage their students in classroom instruction that supports their students' academic achievement.
4. Our graduates apply educational theory and research in their practice.
5. Our graduates demonstrate a commitment to professionalism through caring relationships, reflective teaching practices, and involvement in learning communities.
Teacher Education Supervisor Assessment Forms
Cooperating Teacher Performance Assessment Forms
Student Teacher Exit Survey
Master of Arts in Education Exit Survey
Master of Arts in Educational Leadership Exit Survey