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Field Experience Evaluation - Business - Level III

Field Experience Evaluation - Business - Level III

**Note: If the course number is followed by E, P, or S, please include the letter in this field after the number. Do not separate the number and letter with a space.
Evaluation Scale:
(3) Indicator is met, and evaluator has no recommendations for improvement.
(2) Indicator is addressed, but evaluator has recommendation(s) for improvement.
(1) Indicator is attempted but not executed successfully.
(0) Indicator is not attempted.

Numbers refer to INTASC Standards. Conceptual Framework Notations: Professionalism, Reflection, Collaboration, Diversity; Specific Outcomes: Knowledge, Skill, Dispositions
The candidate
The candidate
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Professionalism: The business teacher has an obligation to grow continuously as a professional. (NBEA 1)
Curriculum Development: The business teacher creates, analyzes, revises, and implements curricula to prepare students for a dynamic and rapidly changing world. (NBEA 2)
Instruction: The business teacher facilitates the learning of constantly changing subject matter in a dynamic and diverse learning environment. (NBEA 3)
Assessment: The business teacher assesses student progress to alter and enhance the learning environment to optimize student success. (NBEA 4)
Classroom Environment: The business teacher practices positive and effective techniques for managing the classroom environment. (NBEA 5)
Student Organizations: The business teacher integrates professional student organizations into the curriculum. (NBEA 6)
Professional Communication: The business teacher communicates effectively with all publics. (NBEA 7)
Community Engagement: The business teacher builds relationships with various publics to produce a vibrant, holistic learning environment that reflects the real world and provides tangible and intangible benefits for the student and the community. (NBEA 8)
Career Development: The business teacher helps students realize their full potential (within the context of career development). (NBEA 9)
Subject Competencies: The business teacher possesses a solid foundation in general educations, business content areas, and professional studies. (NBEA 10)