When a problem persists, an Action Plan may be developed. Prior to developing a written Action Plan, the University Coordinator or Cooperating Teacher may:
If needed, a written Action Plan may be
initiated. The development of an Action
Plan includes the following steps:
the need for an Action Plan to the designated CCE Point of Contact (Pre-Student
Teaching or Student Teaching), enlisting support and guidance as necessary, and
sharing history of the issue and previous interventions, if any.
2. Develop a
written Action Plan with the Teacher Candidate and Cooperating Teacher
identifying the concern, the goal for improvement, and action steps needed to
achieve the stated goal. The Action Plan is a standardized CCE form.
3. Submit a
signed Action Plan to The Center for Clinical Experiences, and provide copies
of the signed plan to the Cooperating Teacher, Teacher Candidate, and designated
CCE Point of Contact (Pre-Student Teaching or Student Teaching).
4. Evaluate the
Teacher Candidate’s progress by documenting actions taken and noting whether
the goal has or has not been completed.
Teacher Candidates who have a valid concern relating to their placement
or evaluation by their University.