Teacher Education Advisory Council
Our Advisory Council consists of area P-12 teachers, principals, and UMM education faculty. We typically meet once a year to inform our members of the ongoing efforts of the UMM teacher education program and to seek their input on all aspects of our programs.
Teacher Education Committee
The Teacher Education Committee consists of seven members, including four faculty
members, with representation from each division, two students, and the chair of the
Division of Education or representative, who serves ex officio and without vote.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Teacher Education Committee reviews the teacher education programs. The Division
of Education consults with the Teacher Education Committee as a means of assisting that
division in its task of keeping programs current with respect to the needs of elementary
and secondary students and licensure requirements.
Teacher Education Program Assessment Committee
The committee is designed to assist the Teacher Education Program at the University of Minnesota, Morris (UMM) to continue to meet the accreditation standards of the State of Minnesota’s Board of Teaching and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
UMM Assessment of Student Learning Committee
The Assessment of Student Learning Committee consists of ten members, including one faculty member from the Division of Education, and two each from the Divisions of Humanities, Science & Math, and Social Sciences, and two students. The Dean or his designee will serve ex officio.
The Assessment of Student Learning Committee oversees and provides support to all aspects of the assessment process, receives all data and materials generated by assessment activities, recommends improvements in the assessment program and disseminates reports on the results of assessment and the initiatives based on assessment intended to improve student learning.
Fall 2007 Teacher Education Report and supporting data submitted to ASL committee.