INTASCInterstate New Teachers Assessment and Support Consortium
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This conceptual framework may help institutions operationalize the most recent INTASC (2013) iteration that critical dispositions are habits of professional action and moral commitments that underlie a teacher's performance.
(2016) frameworks for measuring effective teaching are conceptually similar, and can be aligned to InTASC standards (Council of Chief State School Officers, 2013), National Board for Professional Teaching (NBPTS, 1989) core propositions, and recommendations from the California Department of Education (2016) for evaluating California Teacher of the Year applications.
Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards and Learning Progressions for Teachers 1.0: A Resource for Ongoing Teacher Development.
InTASC Model core teaching standards: A resource for state dialogue.
InTASC: Model core teaching standards and learning progressions for teachers 1.0.
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." InTASC Interstate Teacher "A consortium of state education Assessment and agencies and national educational Support Consortium organizations dedicated to the reform of the preparation, licensing, and on/going professional development of teachers.
Furthermore, the InTASC standards emphasize the importance of developing "interdisciplinary themes (e.g.
The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), the author of the InTASC standards, asserts that ...
Strong beginning practice looks different from accomplished practice, as the professional standards from InTASC and the NBPTS reveal.
aligned with the Interstate New Teachers Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) standards, which represents the professional consensus about what a beginning teacher should know...
In turn, these licenses are supported by a number of nationally recognized credentialing bodies, including both the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC)--an organization comprised of teachers, administrators, principals, and other educators which aims to help standardize new teacher licensing processes across states--and the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS)--a group of teachers, administrators, principals, and other educators which strives to assess the advanced teaching skills of already-licensed teachers.
The objectives are based on the expectations for teacher education students set forth by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC).