Teacher Education Program Graduate Disposition Survey (LEA employee)

1. Version Taken at ENTRY by Candidates Who Are Currently Employed by a School and at EXIT by All

 
Dear Graduate Student:

Welcome to the UNCP Graduate Program in Teacher Education. As part of our assessment efforts, we are collecting information on professional dispositions of educators enrolled in our graduate programs.

You will take this version of the dispositions survey at entry into your program of study, and you will take the survey again as you near the end of your program. This survey is intended to help you identify areas for continuing professional growth.
1. Please let us know where you are in your program.
EntryExit
Choose the answer that best describe your status.
2. Name
3. Demographic Information
GenderRace/Ethnicity
Please select one from each column.
4. Preferred Email Address
5. Program Area
Please select from the following:
Degree
6. If you are a MAT Candidate, indicate your Specialization Area in the MAT Program.
Please select from the following:
Specialization Area
7. Name of Program Director
8. Current Teaching/Administrative/Support Staff Assignment
Please select from the following:
Current School Employment
9. Graduate Enrollment Status (most semesters)
10. Self-Assessment of Dispositions

Dispositions are habits of mind that shape ways you interact with students and ways you make decisions as an educator. Please read each disposition carefully and mark the response that indicates how you assess yourself at this time. This instrument is intended to help you identify areas for continuing professional growth. Please respond honestly.

AlwaysMost of the timeSome of the timeNever
I treat all students fairly and equitably.
I try to accommodate the individual needs of all learners.
I value critical self-reflection as a means of improving my practice.
I regularly use the insights gained from critical self-reflection to improve my practice.
I make changes in my practice based on critical self-reflection.
I continually evaluate my knowledge base in the discipline(s) that I teach.
I seek out opportunities to advance my knowledge base in the discipline(s) that I teach.
I seek answers to questions and/or solutions to CLASSROOM/SCHOOL problems by reading research literature.
I seek answers to questions and/or solutions to CLASSROOM/SCHOOL problems by conducting action research.
I am open-minded and flexible and able to embrace change that I believe is positive.
I am willing to take on leadership roles in my school.
I am willing to take on leadership roles in professional communities outside of school.
I seek out opportunities to collaborate with colleagues about ways to improve student learning, the school environment, and/or home-school communication.
I see myself as a change agent in my school.
My colleagues perceive me to be a change agent.
I possess areas of expertise that could benefit others in the profession.
I view my instructional mistakes as opportunities to learn.
My affiliation with and participation in professional communities outside the school are an important part of my professional life.
11. Critical Reflection and Goal Setting--Select TWO personal strengths from the above items. Briefly explain why you think these are areas of strength, and provide examples to illustrate these strengths.
12. Critical Reflection and Goal Setting--Select TWO areas for professional growth from the above items. For each area, explain why you think this is an area for growth, and define one or more specific steps you will take to promote growth.
Thank you for your assistance on this survey.

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