Candidates use the skills and knowledge gained in the Reach Intern Teacher Credential Program (or equivalent preliminary preparation program) to independently identify and plan to address areas for growth in pursuit of equitable student outcomes. Candidates articulate measures of success they will examine to determine effectiveness.
Candidates execute plans with increasing emphasis on equitable student outcomes.
Candidates analyze their teaching practice, with a focus on how their practice is affecting learning outcomes for specific groups of students. In collaboration with a coach, candidates assess their teaching’s strengths and areas for growth within a shared model of instruction.
Candidates can reflect upon the various next steps available to them after a teaching event and determine which, based on student outcomes and their own skill and knowledge, would be best to pursue.