UW-RF GRADUATE EAA ARTIFACT OPTION MATRIX

WISCONSIN TEACHER STANDARDS COURSE INFO ARTIFACT OPTION
1)  Teachers know the subjects they are teaching. TED 614 Interdisciplinary Unit
TED 425-441 (Techniques) Lesson or unit plan
2)  Teachers know how children grow. READ 622 Lesson plan/Unit Overview
TED 614 Student Surveys and Teacher Interviews
TED 425-441 (Techniques) Lesson or unit plan
TED 745 Yardsticks Project: Development
3)  Teachers understand that children learn differently. READ 622 Alternate Text Collection and Unit Overview
TED 745 Field lab experience and site-based seminars or teaching episode video analysis
PSYC 530 Field Experience Paper or Reflection on Guest Speaker
TED 414/614 Interdisciplinary Unit
TED 623 Student Portfolio of Lesson Plans
TED 425-441 (Techniques) Lesson or unit plan
4)  Teachers know how to teach. TED 614 Interdisciplinary Unit
TED 623 Student Portfolio
TED 425-441 (Techniques) Lesson or unit plan
READ 622 Lesson Plan, Video Presentation
TED 745 Micro-teaching lesson
5)  Teachers know how to manage a classroom. TED 745 Yardsticks Project: Motivation and Management
TED 614 Interdisciplinary Unit
6)  Teachers communicate well. TED 614 Interdisciplinary Unit
READ 622 Book Talk
TED 425-441 (Techniques) Lesson or unit plan
7)  Teachers are able to plan  different kinds of lessons. TED 614 Interdisciplinary Unit
TED 623 Student Portfolio
READ 622 Unit Overview
TED 425-441 (Techniques) Lesson or unit plan(s)
8)  Teachers know how to test for student progress. READ 622 Text Analysis/Readability Assement
TED 614 Interdisciplinary Unit
TED 623 Student Generated Rubrics
TED 425-441 (Techniques) Lesson or unit plan
9)  Teachers are able to evaluate themselves. READ 622 Video Review/Particum Journals
TED 425-441  (Techniques) Reflection on lesson or unit plan
TED 745 Field Experience Reflections
10)  Teachers are connected  with other teachers and the community. TED 614 Field Experience Project-Interviews/Surveys
READ 622 Particum Journals
TED 745 Field Experience paper
Field Experience or Site-based Seminar Reflections