What are the CSTP elements?

A formative assessment system has three essential components: standards, criteria and evidence of practice. Standards refer to the California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP) and are in alignment with the P-12 academic content standards. Criteria refer to indicators of teaching practice.

How many California Standards for the teaching Profession CSTP’s are there?

six CSTP standards
Each level addresses what a teacher should know and be able to do in the six CSTP standards.

What are CTC standards?

Educator Preparation Program Standards Program standards contain statements describing the nature and purpose of each standard and language that details the requirements that all approved programs must meet.

What are the standards for teachers?

The 10 Professional Standards All Effective Teachers Must Meet

  • Learner development. The teacher understands how students learn and how they develop.
  • Learning differences.
  • Learning environments.
  • Content knowledge.
  • Application of content.
  • Assessment.
  • Planning for instruction.
  • Instructional strategies.

What are the TPEs?

The Teaching Performance Expectations (TPEs) comprise the body of knowledge, skills, and abilities that beginning general education teachers have the opportunity to learn in approved teacher preparation programs in California. The TPEs are research-based and aligned to national teaching standards expectations.

What are the TPE elements?

TPE 1: Engaging and Supporting All Students in Learning.

  • TPE 2: Creating and Maintaining Effective Environments for Student Learning.
  • TPE 3: Understanding and Organizing Subject Matter for Student Learning.
  • TPE 4: Planning Instruction and Designing Learning Experiences for All Students.
  • TPE 5: Assessing Student Learning.
  • What does CSTP mean?

    Acronym. Definition. CSTP. Certified Software Test Professional (International Institute for Software Testing)

    How do educational standards assist the teacher in planning their instruction?

    Because standards are carefully mapped out and sequenced, they can help schools and teachers avoid redundancy or unnecessary repetition, while also creating a progression of instruction in which each lesson builds on previous lessons, moving students from simpler concepts to more complex and challenging concepts, from …

    What does Standard mean in school?

    Standards indicate what students should know and should be able to do at grade 4, grade 8, grade 12. The teacher can choose whatever curriculum he or she finds appropriate to help the students meet the standards. Standards are the WHAT of education while curriculum and instruction are the HOW.

    What is teacher preparation program?

    The Graduate Certificate in Teacher Preparation is a four-subject award designed to introduce students to the study of teaching and education. This Certificate can be completed in a single semester. This course is overseen by Program Director Dr Jim Twelves.

    What are the California standards for the teaching profession?

    The California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP) are intended to provide a common language and a vision of the scope and complexity of the profession by which all teachers can define and develop their practice. The standards seek to serve and support professional educators

    What are the six domains of The CSTP?

    The CSTP are organized around six interrelated domains of teaching practice. The following are the six standards: Engaging and Supporting All Students in Learning Creating and Maintaining Effective Environments for Student Learning Understanding and Organizing Subject Matter for Student Learning

    What are the California standards for Teacher Induction?

    California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP) and the Individual Learning Plan (ILP) Professional teaching standards provide the foundational expectations for the teacher induction program, with the expectation that candidates will progress towards mastery of the CSTP during their participation in induction.

    Why are there so many standards in California?

    California has many sets of standards and expectations to guide policies, programs, and personnel effectiveness. Each set of standards serves a unique function and are complementary to the other standard sets.