Candidate Performance Data

Data Provided for AY 2013-2014

Conceptual Framework Domains

Ratings made by faculty in all programs using course imbedded rubrics
Scale: 1 Unacceptable, 2 Acceptable, or 3 Target

Domains

Fairfield

Griswold

 

N

AVG

N

AVG

1-Context

554

2.62

229

2.79

2-Content

484

2.67

212

2.57

3-Learner

588

2.79

213

2.74

4-Pedagogy

620

2.85

211

2.63

5-Educator

674

2.90

258

2.88

Praxis II

ETS Summary Institution-Level Pass rate Date on initial teacher certification (reports previous years)

Group

Number
  Taking
  Assessment1

Number  Passing
  Assessment2

Institutional
  Pass Rate

All   program completers, 2012-13

  192

  150

78%

All   program completers, 2011-12

  209

  200

96%

All   program completers, 2010-11

  305

  287

94%

Connecticut Foundation of Literacy Exam

All candidates seeking elementary certification

 

Best Attempt Pass Rate

(As reported by SDE Title II chort reporting)

2011-2012

78.9% 

2010-2011

86.7% 

Teacher Preparation Competencies

Ratings made by faculty in all programs using course imbedded rubrics
Scale: 1 Unacceptable, 2 Acceptable, or 3 Target

 Domains

Teacher Prepartion Competencies

   

Fairfield

   
   

Griswold

   

 

 

AVG

N

AVG

N

 Context

1.1-History and     Philosophy

2.71

160

2.64

53

 Context

1.2-Legal and     Regularoy Issues

2.74

287

2.73

95

 Context

1.3-School Structure and Functioning

2.73

160

2.75

53

 Content

2.1-General academic     knowledge

2.99

204

2.89

72

 Content

 2.2-Subject spec. knowledge

2.47 

72 

 2.11

23 

 Learner

3.1-Learning Process

2.75

293

2.62

94

 Learner

3.2-Growth and     development

2.76

293

2.65

94

 Learner

3.3-Diverse Learners

2.80

332

2.65

110

 Pedagogy

4.1-Learning     environment

2.87

291

2.54

111

 

 Pedagogy

4.2-Instructional     Design

2.83

246

2.39

100

 

 Pedagogy

4.3-Instructional     Delivery

2.89

110

2.57

42

 

 Pedagogy

4.4-Differentiation

2.75

345

2.51

123

 

 Pedagogy

4.5-Assessment

2.76

286

2.45

102

 

 Pedagogy

4.6-Integration of     Technology

2.81

252

2.62

96

 Educator

5.1-Communication     Skills

3.00

343

2.98

120

 Educator

5.2-Interpersonal/     Collaborative Skills

2.96

388

2.89

135

 Educator

5.3-Critical     Thinking Skills

3.00

321

2.87

120

 Educator

5.4-Enthusiasm and Respect for Profession

2.91

321

2.76

120

 Educator

5.5-Professional     Development

2.00

69

2.00

27

 Educator

5.6-Reflective     Practice

2.87

250

2.73

93  

 Educator

5.7-Respect for     Others

3.00

382

2.90

138

 Educator

5.8-Student     Development

2.66

116

2.62 

43

CAT

All Candidates seeking intermediate administrator certificate

 

First time pass rate (Aug-June) (as reported by EASTCONN)

2012-

2013

89.1% 

2011-2012

 89.8%

2010-2011

 87.8%

Leadership Competencies 

Ratings made by faculty in all programs using course imbedded rubrics
Scale: 1 Unacceptable, 2 Acceptable, or 3 Target

 Domain

Leadership Competencies (CSSL and ELCC standards)

Fairfield

Griswold

 

 

AVG

N

AVG

N

 Context

CSSL I The Educated   Person

2.41

192

2.70

116

 Context

ELCC 1.1 Develop a   Vision

2.12

130

2.26

38

 Context

ELCC 1.2 Articulate a   Vision

2.26

114

2.53

71

 Context

ELCC 1.3 Implement a   Vision

2.15

24

2.64

33

 Context

ELCC 1.4 Steward a   vision

2.29

24

2.67

33

 Context

ELCC 3.3 Manage   Resources

2.29

24

2.67

33

 Context

ELCC 6.1 Understand   the Largr Context

2.66

155

2.99

67

 Content

ELCC 1.2 Articulate a   Vision

2.67

155

2.99

67

 Content

ELCC 1.3 Implement a   Vision

2.41

200

2.32

118

 Educator

Content

ELCC 1.5 Promote   Community Involvement in the Vision

2.21

165

2.28

85

 Content

ELCC 3.2 Manage   Operations

2.23

112

2.43

49

 Content

ELCC 4.1 Collaborate   with Families and other Community Members

2.64

118

2.32

66

 Content

ELCC 4.2 Respond to   Community Interests and Needs

2.23

112

2.43

49

 Content

ELCC 4.3 Mobilize   Community Resources

2.61

118

2.23

66

 Content

ELCC 5.3 Acts   Ethically

2.61

118

2.20

66

 Content

ELCC 6.1 Understand   the Larger Context

2.27

118

2.12

66

 Content

ELCC 6.2 Respond to   the Larger Context

2.57

155

3.00

67

 Leaner

ELCC 2.1 Promote   Positive School Culture

2.29

118

2.17

66

 

 Leaner

ELCC 2.2 Provide   Effective Instructional Program

2.55

118

2.09

66

 

Learner

ELCC 2.3 Apply Best   Practice to Student Learning

2.29

179

2.45

109

 

Learner

ELCC 3.1 Manage the   Organization

2.21

149

2.44

66

 

Learner

ELCC 3.2 Manage   Operations

2.29

149

2.35

66

 

 Leaner

ELCC 3.3 Manage   Resources

2.22

153

2.45

86

 

Pedagogy

ELCC 2.1 Promote   Positive School Culture

2.26

24

2.64

33

 

Pedagogy

ELCC 2.2 Provide   Effective Instructional Program

2.26

24

2.66

33

 

Pedagogy

ELCC 2.3 Apply Best   Practice to Student Learning

2.52

118

2.32

66

 

Pedagogy

ELCC 2.4 Design   Comprehensive Professinal Growth Plans

2.84

158

2.46

48

 

Pedagogy

ELCC 5.1 Acts with   Integrity

2.88

158

2.46

48

 

Pedagogy

ELCC 5.2 Acts Fairly

2.68

158

2.46

48

 Content

ELCC 5.3 Acts   Ethically

2.69

158

2.46

48

 Educator

District ELCC 1.4   Steward a Vision

2.22

112

2.43

49

Pedagogy

District ELCC 2.1   Promote Positive School Culture

2.96

158

2.46

48

 

Pedagogy

District ELCC 2.3   Apply Best Practices to Student Learning

2.70

158

2.46

48

 

Pedagogy

District EDL 2.4 Design Comprehensive Professional Growth Plans

2.78

158

2.46

48

 

Pedagogy

District ELCC 5.2 Acts   Fairly

2.97

171

2.75

89

Literacy Competencies

Ratings made by faculty in all programs using course imbedded rubrics
Scale: 1 Unacceptable, 2 Acceptable, or 3 Target

 Domains

Literacy Competencies

Fairfield

 

 

AVG

N

 Context

1.1 Foundation of   reading and writing process and instruction

2.92

89

 Context

1.2 Research and   History

2.84

89

 Content

1.4 Major components   of reading

2.93

32

 Learner

1.3 Lang Devel. And   reading acquisition

2.94

89

 Learner

4.1 Reading and   writing programs based on students

2.95

88

 Pedagogy

3.1 Range of   assessments

2.84

54

 

 Pedagogy

3.2 Developmental   continuum

2.82

54

 

 Pedagogy

3.3 Assessments used   in planning

2.90

32

 

 Pedagogy

5.3 Works with   colleagues

2.93

32

 

 Pedagogy

5.4 Participates in   professional devel. program

2.95

176

 Educator

4.3 Models reading and   writing

2.99

67

 

 Educator

5.1 Positive   disposition

3.00

67

 

 Educator

5.2 Pursues prof   knowledge and disposition

2.98

32