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  1. Ball State University’sSTANDARDS FOR PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION Under the new rules from the Indiana Professional Standards Board (IPSB) teachers are given licenses only when it has been demonstrated that they have met standards established by the IPSB. The following are three basic sets of standards that BSU candidates must meet: The INTASC Standards The IPSB Standards The Indiana Academic Standards • Why use INTASC? • New licensure rules, under NCLB, were set up in 2002 (Rules 2002). • Indiana’s changes in assessment, both prior to graduation and for the first two years of teaching (state-mandated Mentoring Program) • Caused systemic change throughout all of Indiana’s higher education systems INTASC Principle #6 The teacher uses knowledge of effective verbal, non-verbal and media communication techniques to foster active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction in the classroom. INTASC Principles 1. Content Pedagogy 2. Student Development 3. Diverse Learners 4. Multiple Instructional Strategies 5. Motivation and Management 6. Communication and Technology 7. Planning 8. Assessment 9. Reflective Practice: Professional Growth 10. School and Community Involvement INTASC Principle #1 The teacher understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline(s) he or she teaches and can create learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful for students. What is INTASC? The Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) is a consortium of state education agencies and national educational organizations dedicated to the reform of the preparation, licensing, and on-going professional development of teachers. There are currently 34 states that belong to the consortium. Higher INTASC Scores for Inquiry:Team Effort at Ball State University Showing Positive ResultsElaine Gwinn, PhysTEC Teacher In Residence 2006-2007Shireen Desouza, Melissa Mitchell and Mark Walker, Science Education Faculty INTASC Principle #1 - Student Teaching Assessment of Performance Levels for all Secondary BSU Student Teachers Unsatisfactory - 1% 7% - Basic 63% - Proficient Distinguished- 29% INTASC Principle #1- Student Teaching Assessment of Performance Levels for Secondary Science Student Teachers (Students taking PhysTEC Course PHYCS 110/112) (N=147) All Ball State University Secondary Unsatisfactory - 1% 3% - Basic Distinguished - 50% • Inquiry Modeled Through: • PhysTEC COURSES • Content • PHYCS 110/112 - General Physics (Introductory Algebra-based course for all secondary science education majors ) • PHYCS 111 - Problem Solving in General Physics (study class for struggling students) • Methods • SCI 150 - Basic Concepts in Science Education (secondary education majors) • SCI 395 - Introduction to the Teaching of Science (secondary) • SCI 396 - Using Science Methods and Materials (secondary) • PhysTEC TEAM & TEACHING ADVISORY GROUP (TAG) • TEACHER IN RESIDENCE 46% - Proficient (N=77) PhysTEC Secondary INTASC Principle #6 - Student Teaching Assessment of Performance Levels for all Secondary BSU Student Teachers Unsatisfactory - 1% 6% - Basic 62%- Proficient Distinguished - 31% INTASC Principle #6 - Student Teaching Assessment of Performance Levels for Secondary Science Student Teachers (Students taking PhysTEC Course PHYCS 110/112) (N=147) Unsatisfactory - 1% 4% - Basic All Ball State University Secondary Distinguished - 53% 42% - Proficient (N=77) PhysTEC Secondary