Effective Presentation of the Entire ILP
In the Year-1 ILP Review Panel Meeting, the panel will identify the Effective Presentation of the Entire ILP as exemplary, acceptable or incomplete/not yet acceptable. The criteria statement for determining if the overall FLO is acceptable includes the following: The ILP is written clearly and coherently; presented & edited professionally. To be marked as exemplary the ILP should also be a polished presentation.
Oral Discussion of the Essential Competencies
Candidates will explain their understanding of each Essential Competency in general terms and give examples from their practices and/or their FLO ideas. Since candidates may have only conceptualized and not begun to implement their FLOs at the end of Y-1, they may not be able to provide specific examples from their FLOs. Candidates should be able to describe how they plan to add depth and specificity to their understanding of the Essential Competencies as they work on their FLOs and complete their portfolios.
On the Panel Report Form, the panel will evaluate the candidate's comprehension-level understanding of the Essential Competancies as exemplary, acceptable or not yet acceptable. The criteria used to evaluate the candidate's understanding includes the following:
Candidate has gained comprehension-level understanding of the Essential Competency and can relate this understanding to classroom / professional practice.
Candidate has gained comprehension-level understanding of the Essential Competency.
Not Yet Acceptable:
Candidate has not yet gained comprehension-level understanding of the Essential Competency.