In the electronic portfolio, students will
- demonstrate how they are implementing ISTE /American Library Association Media Standards (ALA) in their classrooms
- indicate and provide examples of how they work with other faculty and administrators to assist them in understanding the importance of the standards.
- demonstrate their exemplary instructional modules and will indicate how particular standards are addressed within the design.
- include exemplars of their work and will have at least five examples/projects which focus on delivering content to learners.
- explain their position on selected contemporary issues and explain their rationale for their conclusions using a multimedia authoring or presentation system software. The students' presentations will be included or linked in the electronic portfolio
- include or link research reports they have conducted or analysis of reports they evaluated. A narrative explaining the significance of their findings/evaluation will be included.
Survey instruments are administered that assess each of the four programs alumni's perceptions of their accomplishment of the programs objectives using a Likert-type scale
Local school administrators, teachers, members of professional groups, and other advisor groups, a group we collectively refer to as our "critical friends," are also administered a similar Likert-type survey.