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Unit Standards

  1. The competent candidate knows, reflects on, acts in accordance with, and is committed to professional standards governing his or her subject matter, expectations for learners as described in the appropriate content standards, and making such content meaningful and empowering for all learners.
  2. The competent candidate knows, reflects on, acts in accordance with, and is committed to research-based best practices that promote the growth, development, learning, and empowerment of all individuals representing the social fabric of our diverse society.
  3. The competent candidate knows, reflects on, acts in accordance with, and is committed to research-based principles governing the planning of instruction, the creation and maintenance of positive, safe learning communities, the implementation of appropriate technological tools, and the use of varied approaches to impact, assess, and empower learning.
  4. The competent candidate knows, reflects on, acts in accordance with, and is committed to the importance of professional dispositions, especially those that advance fairness and the belief that all individuals can be empowered to learn.
  5. The competent candidate knows, reflects on, acts in accordance with, and is committed to the principles that govern the application of his or her knowledge of subject matter, the empowerment of learners, and the acquisition of practical and professional skills during field and clinical experiences, and to the continual improvement of professional performance.