FE1 Competency 4 Self-Evaluation

COMPETENCY 4 (Teaching Act)To pilot teaching/learning situations that are appropriate to the students concerned and to the subject content with a view to developing the competencies targeted in the programs of study.


FEATURES:

  • Creates conditions in which students can engage in meaningful problem situations, tasks or projects, based on their cognitive, emotional and social characteristics.
  • Provides students with the resources they need to take part in the learning situations.
  • Guides students in selecting, interpreting and understanding the information provided in the various resources and in understanding the elements of a problem situation or the requirements of a task or project.
  • Supports student learning by asking questions and providing frequent and relevant feedback to promote the integration and transfer of learning.
  • Encourages teamwork.

LEVEL OF MASTERY:

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

  • Guide students through appropriate interventions in carrying out learning tasks; lead students to work together in cooperation;
  • Detect teaching/learning problems that arise and use the appropriate resources to remedy them.

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

  • Yet to be completed (Inapplicable for Field Experience 1)

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What is my current level of mastery? 

LEVEL OF MASTERY: N/A

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

Name: Simon Son

ID: 260573194

Date: May 10th 2015

Course Name & Number: EDEC-201

PS/FE level (circle one)   1     2     3     4

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