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Central Michigan University Student Teaching Final Evaluation Information


Student Teacher Student's Name: CMU Global ID: CMU Student ID: Email Address: Graduation Date: Majors: Minors: Certifications: Date Teaching Began: Date Teaching Ends: Grades Taught: Subjects Taught: University Coordinator Coordinator's Name: Phone #: Email: Cooperating Teacher Teacher's Name: Phone #: Email: School School District: School Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Student Teaching Center: Classroom Description: National Heritage Academies Chandler Woods Charter Academy 6895 Samrick Ave NE Belmont MI 49306 western_michigan The classroom was a general education first grade classroom consisting of twenty-six students. Melissa Young 616-446-0610 22.myoung@nhaschools.com Tom Popiel 616-784-9585 popie1te@cmich.edu Alison M Timinski timin1am 0000456176 timin1am@cmich.edu 12-14-2013 Language Arts Leadership Planned Program Elementary Certification 08-26-2013 12-12-2013 1 Elementary All

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Cooperating Teacher's Evaluation


Planning Skills 1. Uses state and local student teaching standards to plan instruction: 2. Develops lessons that build on students' experiences, interests, and abilities: 3. Integrates educational technology into classroom instruction: 4. Plans for all learners including those with disabilities, developmental delays, gifted and talented students, discouraged students, and ESL: 5. Planning Skills Comments: Alison used state and local standards to design and plan instruction in science and social studies. She used student interests when engaging students in writing assignments and used video clips to motivate students when presenting new concepts. Teaching Skills 1. Teaches the core concepts of the assigned subject area: 2. Relates classroom learning to the real world: 3. Integrates subject matter with other content areas: 4. Uses a variety of teaching strategies to meet the different needs of students: 5. Helps students become self-motivated and self-directed: 6. Supports the use of available technology in student work: 7. Teaching Skills Comments: Alison is willing to take risks to motivate students and keep them engaged. Learning Environment 1. Maximizes academic learning time: 2. Manages the classroom effectively: establishes policies, procedures, and expectations: 3. Builds rapport with students: 4. Treats all learners with equity: 5. Learning Environment Comments: Alison truly appreciates and values each and every student for their special gifts. She has earned their trust and respect by taking the time to form a meaningful and appropriate relationship. This area is definitely her strength and what makes her shine as an educator. Assessment 1. Uses authentic assessment (e.g. Portfolios, performance tasks, anecdotal 3 - Mostly agree records): 2. Uses assessments to guide instructional and/or reflect on student learning : 3. Adapts assessments for students with special needs: 4. Reflects on student work and modifies accordingly: 3 - Mostly agree 3 - Mostly agree 2 - Somewhat agree 3 - Mostly agree 4 - Strongly agree 4 - Strongly agree 4 - Strongly agree 3 - Mostly agree 4 - Strongly agree 2 - Somewhat agree 3 - Mostly agree 4 - Strongly agree 2 - Somewhat agree 3 - Mostly agree 4 - Strongly agree 3 - Mostly agree 3 - Mostly agree

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5. Assessment Comments: Alison primarily used district-provided summative assessments. I am sure in her own classroom, with her own time frame, she would be able to adapt assessments to student needs, as well as make adjustments/re-teach and modify accordingly. Professionalism 1. Behaves ethically in the variety of situations faced as a teacher: 2. Collaborates with colleagues on professional issues: 3. Participates in professional growth opportunities: 4. Demonstrates understanding of multiple perspectives and individual differences: 5. Uses technology to organize and manage records: 6. Demonstrates responsible citizenship: 7. Professionalism Comments: Alison is always willing to spend the extra time it takes to collaborate with other educators and grow professionally. Communication Skills 1. Communicates information about students' progress to appropriate stakeholders: 2. Communicates effectively in writing: 3. Effective oral communication: 4. Communicates in ways appropriate to the professional context: 5. Communication Skills Comments: Alison feels comfortable discussing student progress with other educators and parents. She fully participated in parent-teacher conferences and effectively communicated with parents regarding writing goals. Overall Student Teacher's Potential 1. Cooperating teacher's view of the student teacher's teaching potential (1 = Lowest indicator, 4 = Highest indicator): 2. Overall Student Teacher's Potential Comments: Alison's passion for children and education is obvious. Without a doubt, Alison will give everything it takes to make sure her future students are successful and as excited about learning as she is. 4 3 - Mostly agree 4 - Strongly agree 4 - Strongly agree 4 - Strongly agree 4 - Strongly agree 4 - Strongly agree 4 - Strongly agree 3 - Mostly agree 2 - Somewhat agree 4 - Strongly agree

University Coordinator's Assessment


University Coordinator's Name: Tom Popiel Final Grade: Credit Comments: Alison Timinski has just completed a very successful 16 week Student Teaching Placement with Cooperating Teacher, Melissa Young in a 1st grade classroom at Chandler Woods Academy in Belmont, MI. It was evident that Alison was always well prepared to teach each subject. She used a wide variety of resources and strategies to achieve the desired results. Her direct instruction was thorough, thoughtful

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and animated. Alison made learning enjoyable for her students. She was genuinely pleased with her students' successes and constantly encouraged them when they struggled. Alison conferred and collaborated with Mrs. Young to make sure she had the most accurate perspective when preparing her lessons. This was a rewarding placement for Alison. She benefitted greatly from having a Master Teacher like Melissa Young as her mentor. Alison also submitted all her assignments and attended all scheduled Seminars and, as a result, successfully completed her Student Teaching requirements.

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