Undergraduate

Teacher Education Program, K-8 and Secondary

Program Outcomes

  1. Content: Candidates understand the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the disciplines and can create standards‐based learning experiences that make these aspects of subjects or content knowledge meaningful for students.
  2. Diversity: Candidates create learning environments that allow ALL students to be socially and academically successful, by validating students’ cultural heritages, integrating their life experiences, and promoting their overall development. Candidates demonstrate knowledge, skills, and dispositions to address the instructional responsibilities needed to integrate Indian Education for All across the curriculum in a culturally responsive manner.
  3. Pedagogy: Candidates understand and use a variety of instructional strategies to foster students’ motivation for learning and encourage the development of students’ conceptual understandings and performance/work force skills. Candidates use knowledge of effective communication techniques and make appropriate use of educational technology to support planning, instruction, and student learning.
  4. Assessment: Candidates understand and demonstrate use of formal and informal assessment strategies and tools to direct planning of instruction for the continuous intellectual, social and physical development of all learners. This ongoing practice includes pre‐, formative and summative analysis of student learning, individually, in groups, and in whole class settings. Candidates plan lessons and instructional sequences are based upon knowledge of subject matter, standards, learning outcomes, students, and the community.
  5. Professionalism: Candidates demonstrate the ability to reflect on classroom decision‐making with regard to content, diversity, pedagogy and assessment in order to improve teaching and learning. Candidates are reflective practitioners that examine their own biases and endeavor to provide equitable educational opportunities for students.Candidates demonstrate an understanding that education happens in a context and develop effective relationships with family and community members.

Technology Education - Industrial Technology Option

Program Outcomes

  1. Concepts: Students understand are able to discuss and demonstrate broad technology concepts related to the areas of manufacturing, construction, power and energy, and communication.
  2. Ethics: Students recognize there are substantial interrelated ethical issues between technological advancements in industry and society, and as such are able to demonstrate their ability to engage in knowledgeable conscious decision-making activities for future industrial practices through the research, analysis, and evaluation of historical events and industrial practices.
  3. Specifics: Students understand and can identify the advantages and disadvantages of various major materials and processes as they are employed in a multitude of current industry practices, as well as demonstrate the safe implementation and use of tools, equipment, and other resources specific to their industrial career focus.
  4. Application: Students engage in an internship program where they are able to apply their gained technological knowledge and skills in the industrial workforce while enhancing their understanding of and need for exemplifying professional ethics and good business practices in the field.

EHHD_ED_UG_BS_TEP_K-8_and_Secondary_PLAN_2016-2020

EHHD_ED_UG_BS_TEP_K-8_and_Secondary_REPORT_2015-16

EHHD_ED_UG_BS_TEP_CAEP_REPORT_2017_2015-16

EHHD_ED_UG_BS_TEP_Title_II_REPORT_2017_2015-16

OPI_MSU_TEP_Accreditation_Confirmation_2016

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_NPTT_Title_II_REPORT_2017_2015-16

Graduate

Adult & Higher Education - Master of Education (MEd)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate disciplinary skills and knowledge, applying these to analyze problems.
  2. Develop meaningful solutions to complex problems of practice from a position of equity and social justice.
  3. Integrate personal, practical, theoretical, and empirical knowledge with systemic and systematic inquiry.
  4. Communicate effectively using multiple modes.
  5. Conduct scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_AHE_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_AHE_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_AHE_REPORT_2015-16

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_AHE_REPORT_2013-14

Adult & Higher Education - Doctor of Education (EdD)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate disciplinary skills and knowledge, applying these to analyze problems.
  2. Develop meaningful evidence‐based solutions to complex problems of practice from a position of equity and social justice.
  3. Integrate personal, practical, theoretical, and empirical knowledge with systemic and systematic inquiry.
  4. Communicate effectively using multiple modes.
  5. Conduct scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_AHE_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_AHE_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_AHE_REPORT_2015-16

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_AHE_REPORT_2014-15

Adult & Higher Education - College Teaching Certificate (CTC)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Recognize disciplinary/andragogical skills and knowledge.
  2. Investigate empirical literature and practice‐based knowledge to analyze problems and develop meaningful solutions.
  3. Understand how different lenses impact teaching and research on teaching and learning.
  4. Communicate effectively using multiple modes.
  5. Conduct scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.

EHHD_ED_GR_Cert_Coll_Teach_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_Cert_Coll_Teach_REPORT_2016-17

Curriculum & Instruction - Master of Education (MEd)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Recognize disciplinary/pedagogical skills and knowledge.
  2. Investigate empirical literature and practice‐based knowledge to analyze problems and develop meaningful solutions.
  3. Understand how ethics, equity and social justice impact teaching and research.
  4. Communicate effectively using multiple modes.
  5. Conduct scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_CI_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_CI_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_CI_REPORT_2015-16

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_CI_REPORT_2013-14

Curriculum & Instruction - Doctor of Education (EdD)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate disciplinary skills and knowledge, applying these to analyze problems.
  2. Develop meaningful evidence-based solutions to complex problems of practice from a position of equity and social justice.
  3. Integrate personal, practical, theoretical, and empirical knowledge with systemic and systematic inquiry.
  4. Communicate effectively using multiple modes.
  5. Conduct scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_CI_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_CI_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_CI_REPORT_2015-16

Curriculum & Instruction - Library Media Certificate (LMC)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate the ability to design, implement, assess, and evaluate an information literacy program that prepares independent lifelong learners and includes the ability to demonstrate collaboration techniques with students and staff in the development and implementation of K‐12 curriculum.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to manage the library facility to meet school district goals by:
    1. utilizing current practices in the areas of policy development, budgeting, needs assessment, and collaboration with students and colleagues; and
    2. demonstrating competency and professionalism in library program administration including budgeting, facilities, equipment, public relations, and program advocacy
  3. Promote reading for learning and enjoyment by demonstrating the ability to:
    1. manage library collections through evaluation, selection, acquisition, and organization of library materials;
    2. collaborate with teachers and students in the selection of reading materials in print and digital formats; and
    3. select materials which reflect knowledge of current youth literature, support a wide range of information needs and interests, and support American Indians and tribes in Montana;
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of technical services and the policies and procedures that govern these services.
  5. Model and facilitate the effective use of current and emerging digital information tools to locate, analyze, evaluate, and efficiently and ethically use information to support research, learning, creating, and communicating in a digital society.

EHHD_ED_GR_Cert_Library_Media_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_Cert_Library_Media_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_Cert_Library_Media_REPORT_2015-16

EHHD_ED_GR_Cert_Library_Media_REPORT_2013-14

Educational Leadership - Master of Education (MEd)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Have the knowledge required to be successful in the field of EducationAdministration/Leadership as indicated by PSEL standards.
  2. Have the skills needed to be able to effectively lead schools in rural and other locations at the school level as indicated by PSEL standards.
  3. Be able to analyze problems of practice in education and develop evidence‐based solutions or strategies to solve those problems.
  4. Be able to communicate effectively with a growing and diverse audience as indicated by PSEL standards.
  5. Be able to apply the code of ethics from the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders when making decisions.
  6. Be able to design an action research project and analyze data to solve problems of practice at the school level and or district.

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_EDLD_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_EDLD_PLAN_2016

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_EDLD_PLAN_2015

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_EDLD_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_and_EdD_EDLD_REPORT_2015-16

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_EDLD_REPORT_2013-14

Educational Leadership - Education Specialist (EdS)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Have the knowledge required to be successful in the field of Education Administration/Leadership.
  2. Have the skills needed to be able to effectively lead schools at the district level.
  3. Be able to analyze problems of practice in education and develop solutions or strategies to solve those problems.
  4. Be able to communicate effectively with a growing and diverse audience.
  5. Be able to apply the code of ethics from the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders when making decisions.
  6. Be able to design an experiment and analyze data.

EHHD_ED_GR_EdS_EDLD_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_EdS_EDLD_PLAN_2016

EHHD_ED_GR_EdS_EDLD_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_EdS_EDLD_REPORT_2013-14

Educational Leadership - Doctor of Education (EdD)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate disciplinary skills and knowledge, applying these to analyze problems.
  2. Develop meaningful solutions to complex problems of practice from a position of equity and social justice.
  3. Integrate personal, practical, theoretical, and empirical knowledge with systemic and systematic inquiry.
  4. Communicate effectively using multiple modes.
  5. Conduct scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_EDLD_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_EDLD_PLAN_2016

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_EDLD_REPORT_2016-17

EHHD_ED_GR_MEd_and_EdD_EDLD_REPORT_2015-16

EHHD_ED_GR_EdD_EDLD_REPORT_2014-15

Education - Doctor of Education (PhD)

Program Outcomes

Our graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate disciplinary skills and knowledge, applying these to analyze problems.
  2. Develop meaningful evidence‐based solutions to complex problems from a position of equity and social justice.
  3. Integrate personal, practical, theoretical, and empirical knowledge with systemic and systematic inquiry.
  4. Communicate effectively using multiple modes.
  5. Conduct scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.

EHHD_ED_GR_PhD_Education_PLAN_2017-2020

EHHD_ED_GR_PhD_Education_REPORT_2016-17