Assessment of PK-12 Education Students

As a student training to become a PK-12 teacher, you will be assessed in a number of ways throughout your preparation at Missouri State University. Below you will find information about assessments pertaining to your field of study.

PK-12 Teacher Candidates

As you progress through your program, you will complete a series of assessments related to the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary for the teaching profession. These assessments are listed below, and you can monitor the completion status of required assessments by logging into my.missouristate.edu and clicking on the ‘Education Assessments’ link found beneath the Student tab. Assessments that are optional are noted as such in the list, and their status is not monitored in my.missouristate.edu.

 

Prior to Student Teaching

  1. Initial Disposition Traits Self-Assessment
  2. Personal and Professional Beliefs about Diversity Survey (optional)
  3. EDC 345 Multicultural Education Lesson Plan

 

During Student Teaching

  1. Final Disposition Traits Self-Assessment
  2. Diversity Proficiencies Self-Assessment
  3. Personal and Professional Beliefs about Diversity Survey (optional)
  4. MEES Formative Assessment from both cooperating teacher and university supervisor*
  5. MEES Summative Assessment from both cooperating teacher and university supervisor*
  6. Student Teaching Exit Survey (optional)
  7. Program Completer Survey (optional)
  8. Evaluation of University Supervisor (optional)

*Note: The status of the Final Disposition Traits Self-Assessment, the Diversity Proficiencies Self-Assessment, and the MEES Assessments will not be updated in my.missouristate.edu until your student teaching semester ends.