Knowledge Bases: Philosophy, Theories, Research, and the Wisdom of Practice
The conceptual framework is based on sound knowledge, theory, and research. It derives from a consensus of beliefs about the philosophy, values, and dispositions that shape effective educators.
. This document explains the relationship of the assessment system to the conceptual framework. It identifies and discusses the transition points for assessing candidates' knowledge, skills, and dispositions. It identifies the key unit assessments used at the stated transition points and details a timeline for the development and implementation of the key assessments. It identifies the design for collecting, analyzing, summarizing, and using data, and it explains how technology is used in the maintenance of the system. The document is available as an exhibit and can also be accessed online.
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The Conceptual Framework Model
The conceptual framework serves to organize and articulate the various components of the college's program of education for both undergraduate and graduate candidates. It guides the coherent and systematic design and delivery of curriculum, instruction, field experiences, clinical practice, assessment, and evaluation. It provides the basis for the interaction of these multiple components as they contribute to the development of empowered professionals with growing expertise in making effective decisions—educators who know what information to use in making professional decisions, how to integrate this information to reach decisions, and how to navigate successfully through institutional constraints and individual differences which may positively or negatively affect these decisions (Shavelson, 1981; Brubaker and Simon, 1993).