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Field Experience Evaluation - Environmental Science - Level III

Field Experience Evaluation - Environmental Science - 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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Candidates demonstrate knowledge of the evolution, purposes, defining characteristics, and guiding principles of environmental education, as well as the fundamentals of environmental literacy. They understand that environmental education is an evolving field. (NAAEE 1)
Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions associated with environmental literacy. They use technology as a tool for collecting, analyzing and communicating information about the environment. (NAAEE 2)
Candidates demonstrate an understanding of theories of learning and human development, learning processes, and individual differences. They demonstrate respect for their students as unique individuals. Candidates apply this knowledge to create positive, effective and responsive learning environments for all students in environmental education. (NAAEE 3)
Candidates demonstrate an understanding of how the unique features of environmental education can be used in the design and enrichment of standards-based curricula and school programs. (NAAEE 4)
Candidates identify and differentiate among a variety of instructional strategies and tools, including instructional technology that enhance environmental learning. They plan and deliver instruction that promotes environmental literacy and creates stimulating and motivating climates for learning for diverse learners. (NAAEE 5)
Candidates possess the knowledge, abilities, and commitment to make assessment integral to curriculum and instruction in environmental education, thereby fostering continuous intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development of each student. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of how assistive technologies can be used in assessment. Candidates use assessment as a means of on-going evaluation of effective teaching and learning. (NAAEE 6)
Candidates recognize the importance and benefits of belonging to a professional community, and understand that professional development is a life-long endeavor and an indispensable asset to becoming a contributing member of the environmental education profession. Candidates understand and accept the responsibilities associated with practicing environmental education. (NAAEE 7