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EDUC 305 Educational Philosophy for Teachers

SCRIP Assessment: Instructions and Rubric

Reflect on your performance in this class, at your job, in your home or ministry.   How have you displayed the following dispositions: Social Responsibility, Commitment/Work Ethic, Reflection, Integrity, and Professionalism?

The candidate will write five brief essays (no more than 100 words each) describing how they have demonstrated or practiced each of the School of Education SCRIP dispositions (Social Responsibility, Commitment/Work Ethic, Reflection, Integrity, and Professionalism) in their own personal and professional life.  If you have questions about the definitions, please see the Dispositions below.

Example responses are given below:

“I have shown commitment and work ethic by completing all assignments in this course to the best of my ability.  I have a strong commitment to KDP so I have attended all chapter meetings and worked extra hours at the book fair.  Also, my host teacher at Linkhorne Elementary wanted me to help direct a play so I spent several nights a week for 3 weeks assisting her with play practice.  The extra hours I spent helping with play practice were well beyond the minimum number of hours I needed for my practicum.” 

“I have shown integrity in this course by completing independent assignments by myself.  In instances that I have used the work of others, I have properly cited this.  If I was absent or tardy, I self-reported these instances to my professor.   I have taken notes and participated in class discussions rather than being involved in off task behaviors.

SCRIP is the acronym that assists with listing all five dispositions

1. Displays a sense of Social responsibility

Fruit of the Spirit: Love, Joy, Peace, Goodness (Gal 5:22,23)

· Demonstrates the belief that all students can learn

· Demonstrates a sense of fairness, justice, and equity for all students

· Differentiates instruction to meet the needs of all diverse learners

· Demonstrates empathy and sensitivity to human needs

· Provides opportunities and motivation for all students to learn

· Interacts effectively with students to provide a positive, structured learning environment where student access, success, and achievement is priority

2. Demonstrates Commitment / Work ethic

Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness, Longsuffering (Gal 5:22,23)

· Follows through on commitments

· Takes responsibilities seriously

· Completes assigned tasks on time

· Attends class, field experiences, meetings, etc. consistently and promptly

· Shows the self-discipline and work ethic essential to be planned, prepared, and organized for successful instruction and learning to occur.

· Demonstrates a persevering commitment to each student’s learning success.

· Demonstrates initiative in participating in professional development opportunities.

3. Demonstrates Reflective practice

Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness (Gal 5:22,23)

· Considers thoughtfully educational matters and the practice of teaching

· Makes choices after pondering ideas and experiences

· Learns from journaling and discussions with colleagues

· Utilizes data to make informed decisions

4. Displays personal Integrity

Fruit of the Spirit: Goodness (Gal 5:22,23)

· Models exemplary citizenship through moral leadership

· Acts in an ethical and moral manner

· Values honesty inside and outside of the classroom

· Demonstrates trustworthiness

· Abides by a professional code of ethics; maintains confidentiality and discretion.

5. Displays Professionalism

Fruit of the Spirit: Gentleness, Meekness, Temperance (Gal 5:22,23)

· Respects authority, colleagues, students, and others

· Accepts constructive feedback in a respectful, appropriate manner.

· Demonstrates appropriate behavior: possesses patience, self-control, and flexibility when obstacles or difficult situations occur.

· Effectively manages personal emotions and feelings and reacts reasonably to situations.

· Adheres to proper, formulated chains of command / expresses a grievance in a dignified, temperate manner

· Acts confidently and maturely.

· Is prompt and responsible in attendance for class, field experiences, meetings, etc.

· Dresses in a dignified, modest manner that adheres to the dress code of the Host School.

· Effectively uses the English language in speech and writing

· Maintains enthusiasm and passion for the teaching profession.

· Cooperatively collaborates with administrators and colleagues to form learning communities.

· Views learning as a life-long activity.

EDUC 305 Educational Philosophy for Teachers

SCRIP Assessment

: Instructions and Rubri

c

Reflect on your performance in this class, at your job, in your home or ministry.

How have you displayed the following dispositions:

Social

Responsibility, Commitment/Work

Ethic, Reflection, Integrity, and Professionalism

?

The candidate will write five brief essays (no more than 100 words each) describing how they

have demonstrated or practiced each of the School of Education SCRIP disposi

tions (Social

Responsibility, Commitment/Work Ethic, Reflection, Integrity, and Professionalism) in their

own personal and professional life.

If you have questions about the definitions, please see the

Dispositions

below.

Example responses are given below:

“I have shown

commitment and work ethic

by completing all assignments in this course

t

o the best of my ability.

I have a strong commitment to KDP so I have attended all

chapter meetings and worked extra hours at the book fair.

Also, my host teacher at

Linkhorne Elementary wanted me to help direct a play so I spent several nights a week

fo

r 3 weeks assisting her with play practice.

The extra hours I spent helping with play

practice were well beyond the minimum number of hours I needed for my practicum.”

“I have shown

integrity

in this course by completing independent assignments by

myself

.

In instances that I have used the work of others, I have properly cited this.

If I

was absent or tardy, I self

reported these instances to my professor.

I have taken notes

and participated in class discussions rather than being involved in off task b

ehaviors.

SCRIP

is the acronym that assists with listing all five dispositions

1. Displays a sense of

S

ocial

responsibility

Fruit of the Spirit: Love, Joy,

Peace,

Goodness (Gal 5:22,23)

·

Demonstrates the belief that all students can learn

·

Demonstrates a sense of fairness, justice, and equity for

all students

·

Differentiates instruction to meet the needs of all diverse

learners

·

Demonstrates empathy and sensitivi

ty to human needs

·

Provides opportunities and motivation for all students to

learn

·

Interacts effectively with students to provide a positive,

structured learning environment where student access,

success, and achievement is priority

2. Demonstrates

C

ommitment

/

Work

ethic

Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness,

Longsuffering (Gal 5:22,23)

·

Follows through on commitments

·

Takes responsibilities seriously

·

Completes assigned tasks on time

·

Attends class, field experiences, meetings, etc.

consistently and promp

tly

EDUC 305 Educational Philosophy for Teachers

SCRIP Assessment: Instructions and Rubric

Reflect on your performance in this class, at your job, in your home or ministry.

How have you displayed the following dispositions: Social Responsibility, Commitment/Work

Ethic, Reflection, Integrity, and Professionalism?

The candidate will write five brief essays (no more than 100 words each) describing how they

have demonstrated or practiced each of the School of Education SCRIP dispositions (Social

Responsibility, Commitment/Work Ethic, Reflection, Integrity, and Professionalism) in their

own personal and professional life. If you have questions about the definitions, please see the

Dispositions below.

Example responses are given below:

“I have shown commitment and work ethic by completing all assignments in this course

to the best of my ability. I have a strong commitment to KDP so I have attended all

chapter meetings and worked extra hours at the book fair. Also, my host teacher at

Linkhorne Elementary wanted me to help direct a play so I spent several nights a week

for 3 weeks assisting her with play practice. The extra hours I spent helping with play

practice were well beyond the minimum number of hours I needed for my practicum.”

“I have shown integrity in this course by completing independent assignments by

myself. In instances that I have used the work of others, I have properly cited this. If I

was absent or tardy, I self-reported these instances to my professor. I have taken notes

and participated in class discussions rather than being involved in off task behaviors.”

SCRIP is the acronym that assists with listing all five dispositions

1. Displays a sense of Social

responsibility

Fruit of the Spirit: Love, Joy, Peace,

Goodness (Gal 5:22,23)

 Demonstrates the belief that all students can learn

 Demonstrates a sense of fairness, justice, and equity for

all students

 Differentiates instruction to meet the needs of all diverse

learners

 Demonstrates empathy and sensitivity to human needs

 Provides opportunities and motivation for all students to

learn

 Interacts effectively with students to provide a positive,

structured learning environment where student access,

success, and achievement is priority

2. Demonstrates Commitment / Work

ethic

Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness,

Longsuffering (Gal 5:22,23)

 Follows through on commitments

 Takes responsibilities seriously

 Completes assigned tasks on time

 Attends class, field experiences, meetings, etc.

consistently and promptly

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