FE1 Competency 9 Self-Evaluation

COMPETENCY 9 (Social and Educational Context)To cooperate with school staff, parents, partners in the community and students in pursuing the educational objectives of the school.


  • Collaborates with other members of the school staff in defining orientations, and developing and implementing projects related to educational services in areas falling under the responsibility of the school.
  • Informs parents and encourages them to become actively involved.
  • Coordinates his or her actions with those of the school’s various partners.
  • Supports students involved in the administrative structures of the school or in school activities or projects.


By the end of his or her initial training, the student teacher should be able to:

  • situate his or her role in relation to that played by other internal or external resource persons;
  • adjust his or her actions to the educational objectives of the school and contribute to the attainment of these objectives by becoming personally involved in school projects;
  • Start building a trusting relationship with parents.

How have I developed this competency during this course or professional seminar/field experience?

  • Engaged in extracurricular activities organized outside of school curriculum
    • IE// Participated in “Zombie Club” – a social club organized by my Cooperating Teacher
  • Participated in the grading of IB students’ end-of-the-year IB projects
  • Engaged in student-organized projects during free time
    • IE// Helped students gather customers for Iced Tea Sale in support of Cancer Awareness


What is my current level of mastery? 


*Reference: features of the competency and the professional competency rubric.

Name: Simon Son

ID: 260573194

Date: May 10th 2015

Course Name & Number: EDEC-201

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