- Ability to understand and intelligibly discuss philosophical issues and provide critical analyses of written work.
- Ability to thoughtfully and respectfully reflect and critique the views of others and to articulate alternative perspectives to them.
- Ability to make effective oral presentations.
- Ability to write effectively using the process model of drafting, editing, and revising.
- Ability to identify and thoughtfully respond to issues of concern for novice teachers.
- Ability to use technology for research and as a resource to demonstrate learning outcomes.
- Ability to collaborate in a small group as an effective contributor as well as a presenter and co-leader for a group presentation.
- Ability to address the needs of English Language Learners in oral and written assignments.
- Ability to use of technology to facilitate a successful learning experience, i.e. LiveText, United Streaming, Moodle, Turnitin, AU library resources (including those on-line), www resources, etc.
- Integration of course content and experiences into the candidate's ongoing Professional Teaching Portfolio
- Exhibition of appropriate dispositions as listed in the Initial Certification Programs Disposition Summary
Open House and Visit Days
Tuesday, June 25, 2013