Welcome to our Results page. By selecting any link below, you will find specific results from the data sources within the Inquiry Brief.
Throughout the RESULTS sections, any and every link pertaining to student teaching evaluation forms will disaggregate data by the term (e.g., Fall 2006, Winter 2007, etc.) provide an aggregated compilation (e.g., Fall 2006-Winter 2008) and allow readers to choose from the following three program options: Elementary, Secondary, and Special Education.
Throughout the Student Teaching Evaluation Indicators data reporting P = Proficient; I = Improving; and, B = Basic.
Claim # 1: NMU teacher education candidates demonstrate proficiency of the Entry-Level Standards for Michigan Teachers (ELSMT)
Claim # 2: NMU teacher education candidates integrate technology into their teaching and learning.
Claim # 3: NMU teacher education candidates graduate with a foundation in the liberal arts and subject-matter knowledge.
Claim # 4: NMU teacher education candidates demonstrate a foundation in pedagogy to promote student learning in diverse field experiences.
Claim # 5: NMU teacher education candidates demonstrate caring and are committed to being professional educators.
Program-wide Surveys and Evaluations