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  • Conceptual Framework | William Carey University
    SOE programs with the goal of preparing desirable credentialed and effective teachers entering the professional community in an increasingly diverse and technological world Unit Characteristics There are four departments Department of Health Physical Education Recreation and Coaching Department of Curriculum and Instruction Department of Educational Leadership The purpose of these departments is to provide professional training and study that will prepare the teacher candidate to pursue a career in the field of education This training is characterized by course content field assignments practica and clinical experiences The departments are responsible for the development of undergraduate and graduate curricula in 1 elementary education B S M Ed Ed S 2 secondary education B S M Ed Ed S English Social Studies Mathematics Biology Chemistry Music Art 3 physical education B S M Ed 4 educational leadership M Ed 5 higher education administration Ed S Ed D Ph D 6 gifted education M Ed 7 mild and moderate disabilities K 12 B S endorsement M Ed 8 reading K 12 B S endorsement 10 alternate route to elementary and secondary education M Ed The School of Education provides support to other schools offering teacher preparation majors 1 Art Education K 12 2 Biology Education 7 12 3 Mathematics Education 7 12 4 Music Education K 12 and 5 Social Studies Education 7 12 Design for Professional Education A conceptual framework establishes the shared vision for a unit s efforts in preparing educators to work in P 12 schools It provides direction for programs courses teaching candidate performance scholarship service and Unit accountability The conceptual framework is knowledge based articulated shared coherent consistent with the unit and or institutional mission and continuously evaluated Indicator 1 Shared Vision The Unit s conceptual framework describes the vision and purpose in preparing educators to work in P 12 schools It is well articulated knowledge based and consistent with the institution s mission Indicator 2 Coherence The Unit s conceptual framework provides a system for ensuring coherence among curriculum instruction field experiences clinical practice and assessment across a candidate s program Indicator 3 Professional Commitments and Dispositions The Unit s conceptual framework clearly articulates its professional commitments to knowledge teaching competence and student learning It has outlined the dispositions that the faculty value in teachers and other professional school personnel Indicator 4 Commitment to Diversity The Unit s conceptual framework reflects its commitment preparing candidates to support learning for all students and provides a conceptual understanding of how knowledge dispositions and skills related to diversity are integrated across the curriculum instruction field experiences clinical practice assessments and evaluations Indicator 5 Commitment to Technology The Unit s conceptual framework reflects its commitment to preparing candidates who are able to use educational technology to help all students learn Indicator 6 Candidate Proficiencies Aligned With Professional and State Standards The Unit s conceptual framework provides the context for developing and assessing candidate proficiencies based on professional state and institutional standards The Teacher as a Caring Reflective Decision Maker The framework

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  • National Council Teacher Quality | William Carey University
    Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Accreditation MESSAGE National Council Teacher Quality The National Council on Teacher Quality advocates for reforms in a broad range of teacher policies at the federal state and local levels in order to increase the number of effective teachers In particular we recognize the absence of much of the evidence necessary to make a compelling case for change and seek to fill that void with a research agenda that has direct and practical implications for policy We are committed to lending transparency and increasing public awareness about the four sets of institutions that have the greatest impact on teacher quality states teacher preparation programs school districts and teachers unions William Carey University s School of Education received its

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  • NCATE-CAEP 2015 | William Carey University
    Teaching 7 12 5624 5 Yrs pdf July 16 2015 1 4 h 01 EDR 474 Reading and Writing in the Middle School pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 02 Concepts of Print Portfolio pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 03 Literacy Portfolio Elementary Education pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 04 EDU 635 Internship Lesson Plan pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 05 EDR 474 Reading and Writing in the Middle School pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 06 EDU 640 Interdisciplinary Unit Student Sample pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 07 EDL 603 RESEARCH BASED INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN Student Sample pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 08 Likert Skale EDL 732 Student Sample pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 09 EDL 732 Technology Plan Sample Work pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 10 EDU 646 Choice Board Assignment Student Sample pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 11 EDL 603 Research Based Instruction Student Sample pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 13 Student Sample EDU 478 Lesson Unit pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 14 EDU483 Student Teaching 2nd Grade Unit pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 15 EDU 484 Poetry 10 Day Unit Plan pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 16 EDU 484 Pre Post Value Added Project Student Sample pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 17 EDU 484 Social Studies Lesson Plans Student Sample pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 18 M Ed Gifted Education Atypical Case Study pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 19 EDL 730 Characteristics of the Tax System pdf September 25 2015 1 4 h 20 Unit Design 606 pdf September 25 2015 1 4 i 01 2012 University Exit Interview pdf September 25 2015 1 4 i 02 2013 Univerisity Exit Interview pdf September 25 2015 1 4 i 03 2014 University Exit Interview pdf September 25 2015 1 4 k 01 2012 NCATE Accreditation Report pdf September 25 2015 1 4 k 02 Accreditation EDUCATION pdf September 25 2015 Degree Checklist Art K 12 pdf August 05 2015 Degree Checklist Biology Education 7 12 pdf August 05 2015 Degree Checklist Biology Chemistry Education 7 12 pdf August 05 2015 Degree Checklist Elementary Education pdf August 05 2015 Degree Checklist English 7 12 pdf August 05 2015 Degree Checklist Mathematics pdf August 05 2015 Degree Checklist Social Studies 7 12 pdf August 05 2015 Degree checklist PE K 12 pdf August 05 2015 Standard 02 Title Last Modified 2 04 a 18 Transition Decision Points Initial Licensure Program pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 19 Transition Decision Points M Ed Advanced Program pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 20 Transition Decision Points M Ed M A T Intial Licensure pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 21 Degree Checklist English 7 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 22 Degree Checklist Art K 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 23 Degree Checklist Biology Education 7 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 24 Degree Checklist Biology Chemistry Education 7 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 25 Degree Checklist Elementary Education pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 26 Degree Checklist English 7 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 27 Degree Checklist Mathematics pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 28 Degree checklist PE K 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 29 Degree Checklist Social Studies 7 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 30 Degree Checklist Spanish 7 12 pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 31 Degree Checklist M Ed English Education pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 32 Degree Checklist M Ed Secondary pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 33 Degree Checklist M Ed Mild and Moderate Disabilities pdf January 07 2016 2 04 a 34 Degree Checklist M Ed Interscholastic Athletic Administration pdf January 07 2016 2 04 b 01 Undergraduate Requirements pdf January 07 2016 2 04 b 02 Graduate Requirements pdf January 07 2016 2 04 c 01 Form Data Day Program and Course Assessment Review pdf January 07 2016 2 04 c 02 Grading Policies pdf January 07 2016 2 04 e 01 Grade Appeals Student Red Book pdf January 07 2016 2 04 e 02 Due Process pdf January 07 2016 2 04 e 03 Grade Appeal Instructions pdf January 07 2016 2 04 f 01 Candidate Complaints pdf January 07 2016 2 4 a 01 Binder B S Elementary Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 02 Binder B S Physical Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 03 Binder B S Secondary Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 04 Binder M Ed Art Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 05 Binder M Ed Biology Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 06 Binder M Ed Dyslexia Therapy pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 07 Binder M Ed Educational Leadership pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 08 Binder M Ed Elementary pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 09 Binder M Ed English Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 10 Binder M Ed Gifted Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 11 Binder M Ed MAT Elementary pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 12 Binder M Ed MAT Secondary pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 13 Binder M Ed Mathematics Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 14 Binder M Ed Mild and Moderate Disabilities pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 15 Binder M Ed Secondary Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 16 Binder M Ed Social Studies Education pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 17 Binder Ed D Educational Leadership pdf July 16 2015 2 4 a 18 Transition Decision Points Initial Licensure Program pdf September 25 2015 2 4 a 19 Transition Decision Points M Ed Advanced Program pdf September 25 2015 2 4 a 20 Transition Decision Points M Ed M A T Intial Licensure pdf September 25 2015 2 4 c 01 Form Data Day Program and Course Assessment Review pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 01 Syllabus DYS 670 Introduction to Dyslexia Therapy pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 02 Syllabus DYS 671 Therapy Theory and Practice pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 03 Syllabus EDL 601 ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 04 Syllabus EDL 602 Roles of the Principal pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 05 Syllabus EDL 604 Data Driven Instruction pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 06 Syllabus EDL 606 Judicial and Ethical Concerns pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 07 Syllabus EDL 608 Effective Instructional Practices pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 08 Syllabus EDL 617 Human and Student Diversity pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 09 Syllabus EDL 635 Clinical Experience pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 10 Syllabus EDL 688 School Community Climates pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 11 Syllabus EDL 701 Advanced Educational Leadership Models pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 12 Syllabus EDL 702 Ethical Issues in Administration pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 13 Syllabus EDL 704 Data Driven Decision Making pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 14 Syllabus EDL 717 innovative Approaches Leading to Administering a Diverse Culture pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 15 Syllabus EDL 730 School FInance Influenced by Current Trends pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 16 Syllabus EDR 308 Early Literacy I pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 17 Syllabus EDR 311 Early Literacy II pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 18 Syllabus EDR 344 Literature for Children pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 19 Syllabus EDR 441 Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Disability pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 20 Syllabus EDR 474 Reading in the Middle and Secondary School pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 21 Syllabus EDU 345 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 22 Syllabus EDU 346 Science in the Elementary School pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 23 Syllabus EDU 372 Survey of the Exceptional Child and Multicultural Education pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 24 Syllabus EDU 413 Mathematics in the Elementary School pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 25 Syllabus EDU 436 Classroom Management pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 26 Syllabus EDU 450 Tests Measurements and Evaluation pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 27 Syllabus EDU 460 Organizational Procedures for Special Education pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 28 Syllabus EDU 463 Learning Disabilities pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 29 Syllabus EDU 468 Intellectual Disabilties pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 30 Syllabus EDU 483 484 496 Student Internship pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 31 Syllabus EDU 536 Classroom Management pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 32 Syllabus EDU 572 Survey of Exceptional Child and Multicultural Education pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 33 Syllabus EDU 606 Integration of Content Curriculum pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 34 Syllabus EDU 607 Elementary School Mathematics pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 35 Syllabus EDU 609 Science in the Elementary School pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 36 Syllabus EDU 616 Art in the Elementary School pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 37 Syllabus EDU 625 Technology in Education pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 37 Syllabus EDU 620 Teacher as a Researcher pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 38 Syllabus EDU 626 Cooperative Learning pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 39 Syllabus EDU 635 Internship pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 40 Syllabus EDU 650 Tests Measurements and Evaluation pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 41 Syllabus EDU 660 Organizational Procedures for Special Education pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 42 Syllabus EDU 663 Learning Dsiabilities pdf September 25 2015 2 4 g 43 Syllabus EDU 664 Teaching Individuals With Learning Disabilities pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 44 Syllabus EDU 666 Introduction to Individuals with Moderate to Severe Intellectual Disabilities pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 45 Syllabus EDU 667 Teaching Individuals with Moderate to Severe Intellectual Disabilities pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 46 Syllabus EDU 668 Mild and Moderate Intellectual Disabilities pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 47 Syllabus EDU 669 Teaching individuals with Mild Intellectual Disabilities pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 48 Syllabus ENG 417 Methods of Teaching English pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 48 Syllabus HEA 323 Consumer Health pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 49 Syllabus MUE 313 Music in Elementary Schools pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 50 Syllabus MUE 314 Music in Secondary Schools pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 51 Syllabus MUE 315 MIDDLE SCHOOL METHODS pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 52 Syllabus MUE 372 Music and the Exceptional Child pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 53 Syllabus PED 325 Motor Development and Creative Rhythms for Elementary School pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 54 Syllabus PED 336 Kinesiology pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 55 Syllabus PED 337 Methods of Elementary Physical Education pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 56 Syllabus PED 339 Methods of Secondary Physical Education pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 57 Syllabus PED 324 Anatomy and Physiology pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 57 Syllabus PED 432 Care and Prevention of Sports Injuries pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 58 Syllabus PSY 698 Internship in School Counseling WT 14 Williams pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 59 Syllabus PSY 696 Psychometrics Practicum FA 14 pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 59 Syllabus PSY573 Fundamentals of School Counseling FA 14 Williams pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 60 Syllabus DYS 672 Dyslexia Therapy Internship I pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 61 Syllabus DYS 673 Dyslexia Therapy Internship II pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 62 Syllabus DYS 674 Dyslexia Therapy Internship III pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 63 Syllabus DYS 675 Dyslexia Therapy Planning and Application Language Skills II pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 64 Syllabus DYS 676 Dyslexia Therapy Multisensory Basic Language Skills II pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 65 Syllabus DYS 677 Dyslexia Therapy Internship IV pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 66 Syllabus DYS 678 Dyslexia Therapy Internship V pdf September 22 2015 2 4 g 67 Syllabus DYS 678 Dyslexia Therapy Internship VI pdf September 22 2015 Standard 03 Title Last Modified 3 04 a01 Memorandum of Understanding pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a02 Amite County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a03 Bay St Louis Waveland MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a04 Biloxi Public Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a05 Coahoma County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a06 Columbia Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a07 Copiah County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a08 Covington County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a09 East Jasper Consolidated MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a10 Forrest Municipal MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a11 Franklin County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a12 George County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a13 Greene County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a14 Gulfport Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a15 Hall County Georgia MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a16 Hancock County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a17 Harrison County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a18 Hattiesburg Public Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a19 Jackson County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a20 Jefferson Davis County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a21 Jones County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a22 Lamar County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a23 Laurel Public Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a24 Lawrence County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a25 Lincoln County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a26 Lumberton Public Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a27 Meridian Public Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a28 Newton County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a29 North Pike Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a30 Ocean Springs Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a31 Pascagoula Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a32 Pass Christian Public Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a33 Perry County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a34 Petal Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a35 Picayune Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a36 Poplarville Separate Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a37 Quitman Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a38 Rankin County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a39 Richton Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a40 Scott County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a41 South Pike Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a42 Stone County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a43 Vicksburg Warren Schools MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a44 Walthall County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 a45 Wayne County MOU 2014 pdf August 04 2015 3 04 b 01 2013 2014 Initial Undergraduate Elementary Education School Sites for Clinical Practice pdf January 07 2016 3 04 b 02 2014 2015 Initial Undergraduate Elementary Education School Sites for Clinical Practice pdf January 07 2016 3 04 c 01 Policy regarding selection criteria of clinical faculty in P 12 setting pdf January 07 2016 3 04 c 02 Policy regarding selection criteria of clinical faculty in higher education faculty pdf January 07 2016 3 04 c 07 Practicum in School Psychometrics Site Requirements PSY 696 pdf January 07 2016 3 04 e 01 MAT Alternate Route Internship Letter to Principals pdf January 07 2016 3 04 e 02 MAT Alternate Route Letter to intern s mentor pdf January 07 2016 3 04 e 03 Models of Co Teaching pdf January 07 2016 3 04 e 04 UG Internship Handbook pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 01 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Biology pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 02 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Elementary pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 03 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT English pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 04 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Fine Arts pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 05 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Library pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 06 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Mathematics pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 07 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Music pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 08 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Physical Education pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 09 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Social Studies pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 10 Student Internship Professional Education Survey MAT Special Education pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 11 TEACHER INTERN ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT Reference guide pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 12 TEACHER INTERN ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT addendum elementary pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 13 EDU 478 Residency I Student Handbook pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 14 TIAI Art Education pdf January 07 2016 3 04 f 15 TIAI

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  • Comprehensive Examination Scoring Rubric | William Carey University
    Businesses Carey Magazine Alumni Chapters Campus Life Student Activities Student Organizations Student Government Association Intramural Sports How to Create an Organization Quest for the Cup Student Activities Forms Student Life Office Redbook Campus Dining Housing Application Process Residence Halls Check In Check Out Information What to Bring Housing Standards Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Forms MESSAGE Comprehensive Examination Scoring Rubric 5 Answer addressed question comprehensively Answer reflects important points with up to date information Answer is documented with 3 or more references Answer used complete sentences and appropriate grammar Answer has no major spelling

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  • Comprehensive Examination Suggestions for Preparation | William Carey University
    Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Forms MESSAGE Comprehensive Examination Suggestions for Preparation This examination is a general examination covering broad areas It is not intended to be an achievement test in the various courses or areas The examination is designed to give you the graduate student an opportunity to demonstrate comprehension and understanding in your teaching area Questions are designed so that you can make application of your knowledge to the school setting The examination will be given in a three hour block You will be given twelve questions based on the course work in your area of concentration You will choose six short answer essay questions one from each standard in the School of Education examinations to answer This will allow approximately thirty minutes per question See Items 11 12 for all other examinations The questions will be based on the objectives for the key courses listed on your comprehensive examination application Review the syllabus for the course and see if you have met the objectives for the course A general review of each key course is recommended You should review the textbook class notes handouts examinations and readings in each course subject to the examination Make note of significant research and contributions of experts in the field Be prepared to cite such authorities to support your answer Look for ways in which the course content is related to the overall goals of public education Note innovations and trends especially in your area of concentration If a course was taken four or five years ago you would profit from reviewing a current textbook or reading articles related to that area Writing skills are an important aspect of the examination You will be expected to write answers that reflect correct grammar usage and writing style Problems with writing expression may keep you from passing the examination A planned review over a period of time is recommended rather than a last minute cramming session in an attempt to memorize information

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  • Continuing Education Units | William Carey University
    Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Outreach Services MESSAGE Continuing Education Units Continuing Education Units William Carey University s School of Education offers continuing education units CEUs to educators for renewal of five year educator licenses These following inservice offerings are only a portion made available each year 21st Century School Children and Adolescent Literature Integrated Curriculum 21st Century Schoolhouse Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom Phi Delta Kappa Annual Convention Mississippi Reading Association Annual Convention Summer science institutes Professional Organizations William Carey University believes that it is important for all professionals to join and actively participate in professional organizations The School of Education recommends the following organizations Professional Learning Communities Mississippi Association of Educators MAE MAE has 2 8 million members worldwide with a Student Program membership of 60 000 MAE is responsive innovative and a complete organization

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  • Educator CEUs | William Carey University
    Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Outreach Services MESSAGE Educator CEUs In response to the need for inservice credit in Special Education and Students with Disabilities William Carey University has developed the Students with Disabilities Module Program Each module is 5 00 or 20 00 for the entire SWD program equaling 20 points If you are not in a Mississippi Master Inservice Program in your school then you will need to complete a minimum of two modulesin order to satisfy the Mississippi requirement for a CEU of 0 5 or higher In Florida certificates can be earned if you are member of an association that has a Master Inservice Program You may complete one or more of the modules Should you wish to be a part of

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  • P-16 Partnerships | William Carey University
    Honors Thesis International Travel Alumni Alumni Association Message from Alumni Director Update Information Alma Mater Alumni Council Alumni Benefits MWC Homecoming Homecoming 2014 Gallery Homecoming 2015 Gallery 2016 Homecoming Friends of Carey Become a Friend of Carey Request a Friends of Carey Card Participating Businesses Carey Magazine Alumni Chapters Campus Life Student Activities Student Organizations Student Government Association Intramural Sports How to Create an Organization Quest for the Cup Student Activities Forms Student Life Office Redbook Campus Dining Housing Application Process Residence Halls Check In Check Out Information What to Bring Housing Standards Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are

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