Success Measures

Educating All Students Test Pass Rates and Scaled Scores

Educating All Students (EAS) Pass Rate
Educating All Students (EAS) Scaled Scores

Content Test Scores

Clarkson Test Scores 2016-2017 2017-2018
Contest Specialty Test (CST) Low N Low N
Education Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) Low N Low N

 

For the CST and edTPA, reported scores per each teaching discipline are not disaggregated for numbers fewer than 10. In each of the content areas, there are fewer than 10 enrolled students, thus those scores are not available in the National Reporting.

Admission Criteria: https://www.clarkson.edu/graduate-admissions

Clarkson Graduate Education Students

Demographics of Enrolled Students

  2016-2017 2017-2018
Male 16 23
Female 22 31
White 28 42
Black 2 1
Asian 6 12
Native American 0 0
Two or More Races 1 1
Hispanic 4 4
Total Enrolled 38 54

Clinical Experience

  2016-2017 2017-2018
Number of students in supervised clinical experience 26 26
Number of hours/student in supervised clinical experiences 600 600
Number of full-time clinical faculty 3.5 3.5
Total number of students endorsed for NYS certification 26 22

Endorsement for Certification

Number endorsed for certification disaggregated by subject and area of certification

  2016-2017 2017-2018
English 7-12 3 3
Mathematics 7-12 4 1
Social Studies 7-12 4 4
Biology 7-12 3 0
Chemistry 7-12 0 3
Earth Science 7-12 1 3
Physics 7-12 3 1
Technology PK-12 0 1
Chinese 7-12 5 5
French 7-12 0 0
German 7-12 0 0
Greek 7-12 0 0
Latin 7-12 2 0
Russian 7-12 0 0
Spanish 7-12 1 1

Statement on Accreditation

The MAT program in the Education Department currently is pursuing accreditation of its educator preparation programs by the Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP). Pursuant to §52.21 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, the educator preparation programs offered by Clarkson University are considered to be continuously accredited for purposes of meeting the New York State requirement that all such programs maintain continuous accreditation.

Technology

Technology is a cross-cutting theme in all Clarkson Master of Arts in Teaching courses. Candidates are continually expected to use technology in service to their curriculum design and instruction with a focus on modeling and teaching effective applications of technology to students. ED 560 Modern Teacher weaves together the latest trends in the field of teaching with the impact technology is having on the field. All students prepare and present screencasts, voicethreads, and a variety of different classroom-ready applications. In addition to coursework, all candidates complete a full-year teaching residency during which they are specifically evaluated on their effective use of technology as a teaching and learning tool.

Teaching for All Learners

As is the case with technology, the integration of strategies to effectively meet the needs of students with disabilities and students with limited English proficiency cuts across all of the Master of Arts in Teaching curriculum. Topics related to student support are the specific focus of ED 550 Effective Teaching for All Learners. This course includes detailed instruction related to teaching strategies, education law, and current research. In addition to the formal coursework, candidates write daily lesson plans throughout their full-year residency. The required lesson plan format asks candidates to apply their learned teaching strategies to meet the needs of all students. Candidates' mentors and university supervisors read and provide feedback on all lesson plans.