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Evaluation Policies and Procedures

1. All evaluation procedures and criteria will be clearly specified in the course outline and made known to the candidate.

2. Information in a candidate's permanent file other than confidential letters of reference and other confidential admissions-assessment documents will be freely available to that candidate.

3. Information in a candidate's file will be released outside the University only upon the written request of that candidate.

4. Candidates will have the opportunity to assess their progress in each practicum/seminar course in consultation with instructors at least once in each term.

It is an important goal of the Faculty of Education that graduates be able to operate as independent problem solvers who have the capacity to evaluate their own performance and to muster evidence of achievements and progress. Thus, while the professional staff of the Faculty bear the ultimate and final responsibility for evaluation, each teacher candidate is also expected to play an important role in self-evaluation.


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