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1 MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Primary 5 16 KAR 1:010 Standards for certified school personnel 16 KAR 1:020 Professional code of ethics for Kentucky school certified personnel 16 KAR 2:010 Kentucky Teaching Certificates 16 KAR 5:020 Standards for Admission to Teacher Education 16 KAR 5:040 Admission, Placement, and Supervision in Student Teaching 16 KAR 5:050 Master of Arts in Teaching 16 KAR 6:010 Written examination prerequisites for teacher certification 16 KAR 9:080 University-based alternative certification program Graduate Catalog: September 2008, July 2009, January 2010 EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 1

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Updated Cynthia Resor 6_30_09 PROGRAM EXPERIENCES A. Content Standards B. KERA Initiatives C. EPSB Themes D. Program Faculty E. Syllabi F. Curriculum Contract/Guide sheet EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 2

3 PROGRAM EXPERIENCES Admission Criteria 1. GPA of 3.0 overall OR in last 60 hours of coursework OR a Master s degree 2. Transcripts reviewed by content area certification specialists. Candidates not meeting requirements must complete the content area coursework required before exit from the program. 3. GRE scores of 350 verbal and 350 quantitative OR Miller Analogies Test score of Passing scores on the PRAXIS II exam - (0014) Elementary Education: Content Knowledge NOTE: After admission to the program, but prior to exit from the program, candidates will also be required to pass the PRAXIS II "Principles of Learning and Teaching" exam 5. Submission of a professional resume; professional autobiography; 3 letters of reference documenting relevant life/work/educational experience 6. Assessment of dispositions based upon 2 essays and an interview with MAT faculty. 7. State and federal background check 8. Application and admission to EKU Graduate School Program Description The Master of Arts in Teaching / elementary grade certification program is designed for candidates who are preparing to teach in grades Primary 5. The Master of Arts in Teaching EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 3

4 (M.A.T.) is a degree program designed to help individuals holding non-teaching baccalaureate degrees in appropriate fields acquire teacher certification. Prior to admission, candidates entering the program must demonstrate their knowledge of the discipline that they plan to teach. Upon completion of the Master of Arts in Teaching degree, candidates will be able to demonstrate and integrate content knowledge, effective pedagogical skills, dispositions, and technological skills. In addition, candidates will show understanding and appreciation for students and families from diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds through course observations, assignments and reflections. The elementary certification MAT program is a 48 hour program that also consists of education and special teaching methods coursework, as well as an action research project and a semester long student-teaching experience. Candidates in the MAT program may choose to complete the entire program as regular full or part-time graduate students or they may choose to seek employment as teachers using temporary provisional certification. Candidates are not required to seek a teaching position using temporary provisional certification. Elementary certification candidates are qualified to become temporary provisionally certified after completing the first year (5 semesters) of the program. The responsibilities for the temporary provisionally certified candidates are the same as any other full-time teacher. They are the teacher of record for their classroom. The candidates are mentored by the MAT program coordinator and a mentor within their school district that is assigned by the school district. The provisionally certified candidates are also observed and advised at least four times by a university student-teaching supervisor during their semester of teaching. It is during this first semester of teaching that candidates complete EGC M.A.T EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 4

5 Practicum requirements. After the completion of EGC M.A.T Practicum, provisional certified candidates must complete KTIP (Kentucky Teacher Internship Program) before exiting the program. Candidates who choose to complete the program as regular full or part-time graduate students will complete EGC M.A.T Practicum as a regular student teaching experience under the supervision of a qualified cooperating teacher. Candidates are required to maintain a 3.0 GPA on program coursework. Upon completion of a Master of Arts in Teaching degree, graduates will demonstrate competency in the Kentucky Teacher Standards. After graduation and successful completion of the PRAXIS II Principles of Learning and Teaching exam, graduates who chose to complete the program as regular full or part-time students, are certified by the state of Kentucky as Rank II teachers. Provisional certified candidates must also complete KTIP (Kentucky Teacher Internship Program) before exiting the program. The College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences strive to work together to meet individual student needs through effective advising, excellent instruction and regular, supervised field and clinical experiences. In addition, student support services are provided by the College of Education Office of Teacher Admissions and Certification. Curriculum Requirements Curriculum requirements include the following: (1) Education / Pedagogy courses (34 hours); content course (3 hours); research course (3 hours); and practicum student teaching EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 5

6 (8 hours) for a total of 48 graduate hours. Candidates attain pedagogical skills and knowledge of Kentucky Core Content topics in math, science, reading/language arts, social studies, physical education, the arts and special education. Field experiences in the MAT program address the areas of discipline-specific pedagogy, leadership, and diversity. Candidates are give opportunities to plan, teach, and assess the work students as well as their own teaching skills. During the first semester of the program, candidates observe (for at least one school day) and interview two teachers in their content area. Candidates must attend a school board or site based decision council meeting. Candidates also complete an extended research activity in which they assess the diversity of their community and the organizations that serve diverse students; they must visit at least one of these organizations. During the methods courses (fall semester) candidates must plan and teach at least one complete lesson and assess both the students work and their own performance. Additional field experiences are required in each methods course. The culminating field experience is EGC 826 MAT Practicum. MAT candidates either work as a teacher of record using temporary provisional certification or complete a traditional student teaching semester under the supervision of a cooperating teacher. (complete descriptions of these experiences are provided on the Key Assessment Chart) Courses in the MAT program are offered on the Richmond campus in the evening in order to accommodate the needs of non-traditional students. Many of the MAT candidates work full time as temporary provisionally certified teachers or in other full-time jobs within and outside of the field of education. From time to time, courses may be offered in a web-enhanced format (50% online 50% on campus) EGC 827 and SED 800 always offered online. Program EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 6

7 delivery is evaluated via student evaluation of instruction (IDEA), common assessments and program reviews. Adjunct faculty with the Department Chair, program coordinators, and lead, full-time faculty to ensure consistent and fair course delivery. Monitoring of Candidate Progress The progress of candidates is monitored by the M.A.T. advisor throughout the program. Candidates progress through four transition points: Admission to EKU Graduate School, (Gate 1) Admission to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program, (Gate 2) Preparation for Admission to Student Teaching, (Gate 3) and Program Completion / Graduation (Gate 4). These transition points insure that candidates have acquired necessary professional and pedagogical content knowledge, skills, and dispositions to progress through the program. Candidates are guided through the process of each transition point during orientations, advising, and mentoring. The planned program document is updated each semester as the candidate progresses throughout the program. An electronic planned program document (CARES report) is in the final development stages and should be introduced in Each M.A.T. candidate s progress is monitored through Key Assessments during each of these transition points. These key assessments are reviewed in each candidate s TaskStream e- portfolio. The M.A.T. Assessment Plan can be viewed at M.A. T. Key Assessment Plan. Applicants must meet the requirements for admission to EKU s Graduate School as well as requirements for admission to the M.A.T. program. (See for complete description.) Details of the assessment system are contained in the Professional Education Continuous Assessment Plan (PECAP). EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 7

8 Alignment to Standards After having completed the first semester of coursework - EGC 820 Professional Studies I: Teachers, Schools, and Society and EGC 830 Professional Studies II: Learners, Teachers, and Action Research - candidates have a knowledge base of the EKU Conceptual Framework, the EPSB Kentucky Teacher Standards and Code of Ethics, Kentucky Core Content, KTIP-style lesson planning, unit planning, and assessment. This knowledge base is enhanced and extended as they progress through the program. Candidates have also researched and written an action research proposal. In subsequent courses, the candidate will continue to research her/his topic. During the first year teaching/practicum experience, the candidate will collect data in her/his classroom. The Candidate will analyze the data and write a final research paper for EGC 820/EGC 889 the MAT Capstone seminar. This experience is directly aligned with Kentucky Teacher Standards 10 Provides Leadership Within School/Community/Profession. Conceptual Framework The EKU Teacher Education Program s Conceptual Framework is woven throughout the Master of Arts in Teaching program so as to ensure that candidates develop knowledge, skills and appropriate professional dispositions as they progress. Education coursework at EKU helps students to become informed, independent thinkers by developing competencies in communication, quantitative analysis, and critical thinking and by helping them understand and appreciate the diversity of culture, individuals, the natural environment, and the global society. Along with the teacher education core and their emphasis area coursework candidates construct understanding of the complexity and richness of the teaching/learning process. Pedagogical skills are introduced and applied throughout all of the pedagogy/education course in the M.A.T. EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 8

9 program. Candidates professional dispositions are assessed multiple times throughout the program not only through self-assessments, but by instructors and cooperating teacher mentors. These dispositions include professional behaviors as well as their demonstration of positive attitudes and beliefs as demonstrated in their behaviors and words. Instructional technology is demonstrated and utilized throughout their programs. In addition, candidates demonstrate their skills with technology through their professional e-portfolio. EKU Teacher Education is committed to an appreciation and value for diversity. The diversity element reflects the unit s commitment to preparing candidates to support learning for all students from diverse populations, cultures, and environments regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status, physical or learning disabilities, or national origin. The professional education programs at EKU accept the obligation to prepare pre-service professionals to be competent as they face the challenges of today s diverse school and societal settings. To further broaden the NCATE definition of diversity the unit s programs consider but do not assess each of the 12 sources of cultural identity (race, ethnicity/nationality, social class, sex/gender, health, age, geographic region, sexuality, religion, social status, language, and ability/disability) that influence teaching and learning. The development of candidates cultural competency is infused in teacher education coursework as well as field and clinical experiences throughout the teacher education program. The design of each course in the M.A.T. program incorporate Kentucky Teacher Standards into the objectives of the course. The candidate receives an introduction to the Standards in EGC 820 Professional Studies I: Teachers, Schools, and Society and continues to gain a fuller understanding along with a working knowledge of the standards in the remainder of the M.A.T. program. A working knowledge is developed through development of objectives, EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 9

10 lesson plans, field and clinical observations, and implementation of lesson plans in methods courses and teaching/practicum experiences. Integration of the KY EPSB Code of Ethics From the first course, EGC 820 Professional Studies I: Teachers, Schools, and Society, candidates receive an in-depth introduction to the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board Code of Ethics, which is reinforced through advising and the interview processes. Throughout the program candidates are expected to demonstrate professionalism by upholding the Code of Ethics. Relationship to the EKU Teacher Education Conceptual Framework CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK ELEMENTS CF1: Knowledge Element - Enables candidates to construct understanding of the complexity and richness of the teaching/learning process. CF2: Pedagogical Skills - Enables the professional educator to facilitate learning for all students. CF3: Dispositions - Includes the professional attitudes, values and beliefs that support student learning and development. CF4: Technology - Focuses on preparing candidates who are able to use educational technology to help all students learn. CF5: Diversity - Reflects the Unit s commitment to preparing candidates to support learning for all students K- Knowledge, A- Application, PA- Portfolio Artifact, KA 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6- Key Assessments Professional CF1 CF2 CF3 CF4 CF5 EGC 820 Professional Studies I: Teachers, School, and Society. (3) A. Prerequisite: criteria for admission to the MAT program. An K, KA2B K, KA2C K - K, KA2B EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 10

11 introduction to roles and responsibilities of teachers in standards based schools, school organization, and relationship of school and society. Twenty field/clinical hours. EGC 830 Professional Studies II: Learner, Teachers, and Action Research. (3) A. Prerequisite: criteria for admission to MAT program. Corequisite: EGC 820. Focus on theories and principles of human development and action research. Twenty field/clinical hours. ELE 871 Literacy Programs: P-5 (3) Intensive study of methods and materials appropriate for developing emergent, primary, and transitional literacy in grades P-5. ELE 810 Elementary School Curriculum. (3) Study in depth of principles, materials, and procedures in current curriculum development and revision in the elementary school. MAT 803 Number and Geometric Concepts for P-5 Teachers. (3) A. Prerequisite: admission to the MAT program or departmental approval. Numeric and geometric concepts; problem solving with numbers, geometry, and data; reasoning; and connections. EME 870 Trends in Science Education. (3) Exploration of modern trends, practices, and foundation programs drawn from appropriate disciplines which relate to the teaching of science. (Teaching methods) EME 866 Investigations in Mathematics. Critical study of investigative and theoretical literature dealing with the teaching of mathematics. (Teaching methods) EME 874 Language Arts in the Curriculum Examination of current trends and curriculum problems related to teaching of language arts. Emphasis on listening, oral and written expression, spelling and handwriting. (Teaching methods) EME 863 Social Science in the Curriculum. Emphasis on social science disciplines in the curriculum. New developments in social studies curricula are explored. (Teaching K, K,, K, KA2B A K A K, K, K K K, A K K K K - K -,,,, K, K, K, K, A A A A EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 11

12 methods) SED 800 Exceptional Learners in the Regular Classroom. (3) A. Open only to non LBD, MSD, and DHH majors. Characteristics of mainstreamed students, identification procedures, and instructional strategies. Salient features of PL94-142, IEP, roles and responsibilities of regular educators. EME 710 Arts in the Curriculum. Elements of the discipline, creativity, aesthetics, theory, philosophy and instructional facilities will be explored. Individual explorations of research and media. (Teaching methods) EME 786 Teaching of Health in P-8. Developmentally appropriate curriculum, materials, and methods for the health P-8 program. (Teaching methods) EGC 827 Elementary Master of Arts in Teaching Seminar. Corequisite: EGC 826. Seminar with emphasis on questions and problems encountered in teaching including classroom management, state and national curriculum trends, and legal issues. Minimum sixteen clinical hours. EGC 826 Graduate Practicum in Elementary Education. (8) Corequisite: EGC 827. Elementary Master s of Arts in Teaching Practicum. Observation, participation, and responsibility for classroom teaching including related professional activities. EGC 829 Master of Arts in Teaching Capstone Seminar. (3) I. Prerequisites: EGC 820 and 830, Presentation of action research project, completion and assessment of graduate portfolio, plan for continued professional growth K K, K - K, KA2B K, K, K, A K K, A K, K, K, A K K, A A A A, KA6, KA2C, KA2C, KA6, KA2C KA2A KA 4 KA2C KA2A, A Relationship to Kentucky Teacher Standards Initial TEACHER STANDARDS (February 2008) Look at the online document for Initial and Advanced Level information STANDARD 1: THE TEACHER DEMONSTRATES APPLIED CONTENT KNOWLEDGE STANDARD 2: THE TEACHER DESIGNS AND PLANS INSTRUCTION STANDARD 3: THE TEACHER CREATES AND MAINTAINS LEARNING CLIMATE STANDARD 4: THE TEACHER IMPLEMENTS AND MANAGES INSTRUCTION EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 12

13 STANDARD 5: THE TEACHER ASSESSES AND COMMUNICATES LEARNING RESULTS STANDARD 6: THE TEACHER DEMONSTRATES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TECHNOLOGY STANDARD 7: REFLECTS ON AND EVALUATES TEACHING AND LEARNING STANDARD 8: COLLABORATES WITH COLLEAGUES/PARENTS/OTHERS STANDARD 9: EVALUATES TEACHING AND IMPLEMENTS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARD 10: PROVIDES LEADERSHIP WITHIN SCHOOL/COMMUNITY/PROFESSION K- Knowledge, A- Application, PA- Portfolio Artifact, KA 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6- Key Assessments CORE TS1 TS2 TS3 TS4 TS5 TS6 TS7 TS8 TS9 TS10 EGC 820 K, K, K, K, K, KA2B KA2C KA2C KA2C KA6 EGC 830 K, K, K, K K K K - K - ELE 871 K A ELE 810 K K K - K, A K, A K K, - MAT 803 A A - - K A EME 870 K, K K K K EME 866 EME 874 EME 863 K, K, K, K K K K K K K K K K K K K K EME 710 K, A K, A K, A K, A K, K K, A K, A K, A - EME 786 K, A K, A K, A K, A K, K K, A K, A K, A - SED 800 K K K - K - - K, KA2B - - EGC A A A A EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 13

14 EGC 826, EGC 829,,,, KA2A, KA4, KA6 KA2C Relationship to EKU Goals EKU GOALS EKU-G1. To promote and support an inclusive climate that respects and celebrates diversity by attracting, developing and educating a diverse student, faculty, and staff population. EKU-G2. To continuously assess and improve the services and infrastructure of the University to support and maintain high quality programs. EKU-G 3. To promote learning through high quality programs, research, and support services. EKU-G4. To develop and enhance an environment facilitating intellectual curiosity, cultural opportunities and problem-solving abilities for members of the University community. EKU-G5. To increase and enhance external and internal constituency engagement, while maintaining a connection with the southeastern region of Kentucky. Professional EKU-G1 EKU G2 EKU-G3 EKU-G4 EKU-G5 EGC 820 X - X X X EGC 830 X - X X X ELE 871 X - X X X ELE 810 X - X X X MAT 803 X - X X X EME 870 X - X X X EME 866 X - X X X EME 874 X - X X X EME 863 X - X X X EME 710 X - X X X EME 786 X - X X X SED 800 X - X X X EGC 827 X - X X X EGC 826 X - X X X EGC 829 X - X X X EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 14

15 A. Content Standards The Master of Arts of Teaching / elementary certification program allows candidates to earn teaching certification for grades Primary 5. Candidates must prove competency to teach their chosen certification discipline prior to admission to the M.A.T. program. Candidates must take and pass the PRAXIS II elementary education content exam required for certification. This policy ensures that M.A.T. candidates are highly qualified as defined by No Child Left Behind legislation and that they have the content knowledge to teach their particular discipline if they choose to take a teaching job while in the M.A.T. program, using temporary provisional certification as allowed by state alternative certification legislation. National Standards Course P/N Description Core EME 786 NASPE #1.1, 1.6, 2.3, 3.1, 4.1, 5.1,6.5, 7.2, & 9.3 ACEI 1.0, 2.6, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 4.0, 5.1, 5.2 MENC 1-9 National Visual Art Standards EME 710 EME 796 Physical Education for Children and Youth. (3) A. Comprehensive review of techniques used in teaching physical education in the early elementary and middle grades. Emphasis placed on health, evaluation, fitness testing, rhythmical activities, game activities, tumbling and self-testing. EME 710 Arts in the Curriculum. (3) A. Elements of the discipline, creativity, aesthetics, theory, philosophy and instructional facilities will be explored. Individual explorations of research and media. IRA 1-5; NCTE 1, 3, 5, 6, 9, 12 ELE 871 ELE 871 Literacy Programs: P-5 (3) Intensive study of methods and materials appropriate for developing emergent, primary, and transitional literacy in grades P- 5. IRA 1-5 EME 874 EME 874 Language Arts in the Curriculum Examination of current trends and curriculum problems related to teaching of language arts. Emphasis on EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 15

16 NCTM Content/Process 1-10; Principles 1-6 EME 866 MAT 803 listening, oral and written expression, spelling and handwriting. (Teaching methods) EME 866 Investigations in Mathematics. Critical study of investigative and theoretical literature dealing with the teaching of mathematics. (Teaching methods) MAT 803 Number and Geometric Concepts for P-5 Teachers. (3) A. Prerequisite: admission to the MAT program or departmental approval. Numeric and geometric concepts; problem solving with numbers, geometry, and data; reasoning; and connections. NSTA 1-10 EME 870 EME 870 Trends in Science Education. (3) Exploration of modern trends, practices, and foundation programs drawn from appropriate disciplines which relate to the teaching of science. (Teaching methods) NCSS 1-10 EME 863 EME 863 Social Science in the Curriculum. Emphasis on social science disciplines in the curriculum. New developments in social studies curricula are explored. (Teaching methods) CEC 1-10 SED 800 SED 800 Exceptional Learners in the Regular Classroom. (3) A. Open only to non LBD, MSD, and DHH majors. Characteristics of mainstreamed students, identification procedures, and instructional strategies. Salient features of PL94-142, IEP, roles and responsibilities of regular educators. ACEI 1-5 ELE 810 ELE 810 Elementary School Curriculum. (3) Study in depth EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 16

17 EGC 826 of principles, materials, and procedures in current curriculum development and revision in the elementary school. EGC 826 Graduate Practicum in Elementary Education. (8) Corequisite: EGC 827. Elementary Master s of Arts in Teaching Practicum. Observation, participation, and responsibility for classroom teaching including related professional activities. B. EPSB Themes: The following matrix demonstrates the integration of the Education Professional Standards Board Themes through the Master of Arts in Teaching / middle grade program. K- Knowledge, A- Application, PA- Portfolio Artifact, KA 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6- Key Assessments Closing COURSES Diversity Assessment Literacy/Reading Achievement Gap EGC 820 K, KA2B K, KA2C - K, KA2B EGC 830 K K, K PA5A K K, K PA5A ELE 871 A A A ELE 810 A A A A MAT K - K EME 870 A EME 866 A EME 874 A EME 863 A EME 710 K,A K,A - K, A EME 786 K,A K,A - K, A EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 17

18 SED 800 K, KA2B K, KA2B - A EGC 827 A A A A EGC 826,,, A EGC 829 A KA2C - A C. KERA Initiatives The application of the KERA Initiatives is integrated throughout the M.A.T. courses. Kentucky teaching tools are offered to candidates in every course. While M.A.T. candidates are already highly qualified in their content area, they learn to apply the Learner Goals/Academic Expectations, Program of Studies Understandings, Skills and Concepts and Core Content for their particular discipline to lesson planning and instructional processes in throughout the M.A.T. courses. Throughout student teaching experiences, each candidate s usage of the tools during instruction is assessed. es/teaching+tools/combined+curriculum+documents/default.htm EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 18

19 D. Program Faculty information may be accessed at: E. Syllabi may be accessed at: F. Curriculum Contract/Guidesheet: DegreeWorks matches candidates academic and course history against the degree requirements as defined in the Undergraduate or Graduate Catalog. It is a Web-based tool for students to monitor their academic progress toward degree completion. DegreeWorks also allows candidates and their advisors to plan future academic coursework. A DegreeWorks audit is a review of past, current and "planned" coursework that provides information on completed and outstanding requirements necessary to complete a degree/major/minor/concentration. The information in DegreeWorks is refreshed each night. Admission and Exit criteria are maintained in University Catalogs. Portfolio requirements are distributed during initial education classes and are reinforced throughout the program. The sample at this link is a snap-shot of the DegreeWorks electronic web-based tool provided for re-accreditation purposes only. The University does not endorse or maintain a hard copy degree planned program. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES Professional Education Continuous Assessment Plan Conceptual Framework Key Assessments See PECAP under Assessment System EKU Graduate Program Review Documents: MAT - Elementary Page 19

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