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TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM: COMMON EXIT RESULTS COMPOSITE ACROSS PROGRAMS
November 2009
The Common Exit Survey was administered to graduating students enrolled in the University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education
School’s Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates (TCPCG) enrolled in Hartford and Waterbury, the Integrated
Bachelor’s/Master’s Program, and the Music Program. This report presents a summary across all components with the 2009 survey results.
(Please note the “N’s are quite different.)
Sometimes students get similar messages from their university faculty and their clinical placement
regarding the best ways to teach students. Other times these messages are different.
Please indicate the response that best describes how similar the messages were that you received in your
teacher preparation program and clinical placement by responding to the following items:
1=Very different, 6=Very similar
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a. Curriculum to cover
b. Classroom management issues
c. Planning lessons
e. Individualizing instruction for students
f. Motivating students
4.64
4.64
4.62
4.64
4.62
4.44
4.44
4.33
4.11
4.44
4.96
4.78
4.59
5.04
5.22
4.10
4.30
4.40
3.90
4.30
Aspects of Teaching Please respond to the following items to indicate your confidence in different aspects of your
teaching as you are completing your teacher preparation program.
1=Not at all confident, 5=Very confident
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a) Provide stimulating lessons for students
4.43
4.44
4.67
4.40
b) Motivate students to participate in academic tasks
4.10
4.00
4.56
4.10
c) Change the way to present material to accommodate
the learning needs of all students
3.93
4.00
4.33
4.20
d) Create learning experiences that are meaningful to
students
4.24
4.33
4.74
4.30
e) Know what procedures to follow if you believe a student
has a disability
3.07
3.11
4.15
4.20
f) Implement a variety of teaching strategies to reach
students who are not native English speakers
g) Teach even the most challenging students
2.69
2.89
3.26
3.80
3.29
3.56
3.85
4.10
h) Effectively address classroom management issues
3.74
3.89
4.26
3.60
i) Get along well with students who struggle with
behavioral issues in school
3.88
3.56
4.59
4.00
j) Facilitate learning for all of your students
4.14
3.11
4.63
4.10
k) Adapt curriculum to accommodate individual
differences
l) Develop a strong rapport with your students
3.83
4.00
4.48
3.90
4.59
4.78
5.37
4.40
m) Teach students with different cultural backgrounds
from your own
4.10
4.33
4.89
4.30
n) Integrate educational technology into your lessons
3.81
4.67
4.74
4.20
o) Effectively teach special education students
3.00
3.22
3.92
3.60
p) Respect cultural backgrounds different from your own
4.48
4.44
5.30
4.50
q) Use effective classroom assessment strategies
4.12
4.33
4.70
4.20
r) Use formalized assessment (i.e., CMT, CAPT, normreferenced) results
3.60
3.00
3.96
3.70
s) Develop a strong rapport with parents of your students
3.86
4.56
4.59
4.10
t) Use computers effectively in the classroom
4.02
4.56
4.70
4.30
u) Help your students better learn to use technology
3.79
4.56
4.67
4.40
v) Know all the content that you will be required to teach
to your students
3.60
4.11
4.63
4.00
w) Prepare physically space and materials to deliver
instructions
4.12
4.22
4.67
4.00
x) Design lesson plans to provide all learners access to the
general curriculum
4.07
3.89
4.89
4.00
y) Modify lesson plans to address needs of students with
disability
3.57
3.67
4.74
3.80
z) Maintain a structured learning environment
4.29
4.11
4.89
4.10
aa) Use a small number of positively stated expectations
4.40
4.11
4.89
4.40
bb) Reinforce appropriate behavior
4.43
4.22
4.89
4.30
cc) Respond to inappropriate behavior
4.00
4.00
4.26
4.00
dd) Implement individualized behavior strategies for
students with disabilities
3.40
3.56
4.26
3.90
ee) Introduce lesson content
ff) Maximize student engagement
gg) Provide performance-based feedback
4.43
4.21
4.05
4.22
4.11
4.33
4.74
4.33
4.73
4.20
4.00
4.10
hh) Review lesson content at the end of instruction
4.40
4.11
4.78
4.00
ii) Teach lesson content relevant to student population
4.07
4.22
5.07
4.20
jj) Assess student ability and/or knowledge prior to
instruction
3.93
4.22
4.59
4.20
kk) Assess student outcomes related to IEP during
instruction
3.02
3.22
4.19
3.80
ll) Assess student response to instruction
3.79
4.33
4.89
3.90
mm) Uphold high standards of competence and integrity
and exercise sound judgment in the practice of the
profession
nn) Engage in professional activities related to continuous
learning and advocacy
4.38
4.56
5.30
4.30
4.43
4.56
4.78
4.40
oo) Collaborate respectfully with all stakeholders
4.48
4.00
5.04
4.30
7 Please rank the following items from 1 to 6 (1=your strongest skills or qualities as an educator and 6=your least strong
skills or qualities as an educator)
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Ability to establish rapport with students
1
1
1
1
Assessment
Classroom management skills
Command of content knowledge
Lesson planning skills
Lesson implementation skills
6
5
4
3
2
3 tied
5
2
3 tied
6
6
5
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
We are interested in knowing more about how you feel towards the use of technology in teaching. Please
respond to the following items to indicate your confidence regarding the use of educational technology.
1=Not at all
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a. Provided instruction to you on how to use
educational technology
3.17
4.22
3.78
4.70
b. Using computers effectively in your classroom
3.78
4.11
4.19
4.70
c. Using different types of educational technology
3.34
4.22
3.77
4.80
d. Integrating educational technology into your
lessons
3.44
4.33
4.04
4.70
e. Having students better learn to using technology
3.46
4.11
4.00
4.60
Teacher Dispositions In this section, we would like to learn the degree to which you think you possess the
following characteristics. Please answer each question by selecting the most appropriate response. The online
survey will require response to each question
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a. content
3.61
3.78
3.74
3.60
b. theory
3.00
3.67
3.46
3.50
c. pedagogy
3.36
3.67
3.5
3.40
d. the use of technology to enhance learning
3.15
3.78
3.26
4.40
e. curiosity/intellectual enthusiasm
f. a desire to make the learning process enjoyable
3.77
3.82
3.78
3.89
3.89
3.85
3.50
3.60
g. a belief that all students can learn
3.82
3.89
3.89
3.40
h. the value of diversity in our culture
i. working with diverse student population
3.82
3.55
3.89
3.67
3.89
3.63
3.50
3.50
j. asking reflective questions about important problems
3.67
3.44
3.63
3.60
k. producing new instructional methods
3.28
3.44
3.52
3.30
l. using multiple methods to enhance learning
opportunities
3.68
3.67
3.78
3.30
m. constructing knowledge around the abilities,
interests and learning styles of all students
3.46
3.78
3.67
3.40
n. using varied methods to assess student learning
3.45
3.78
3.67
3.50
o. using differentiated instruction
p. using appropriate classroom management
3.26
3.38
3.67
3.56
3.52
3.37
3.30
3.20
q. collaborative learning communities
3.38
3.67
3.59
3.40
r. teaching students with disabilities
2.79
3.11
3.19
3.20
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