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iNACOL's Blended Learning Teacher Competency FrameworkTLA's Teacher Learning Model
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DomainCompetencyStandard #StandardElement #ElementContent TagsSkill Areas
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 1: New vision for teaching and learningStandard A:Shift from teacher-led instruction to student-centered learning for the purposes of meeting individual needs and fostering engagement and motivation.Element 1:Create opportunities for student choice.engagement strategiesdelivery
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Mindset competencies include the core values or beliefs that guide an individual’s thinking, behaviors, and actions, and that align with goals of educational change and mission. In blended learning, practitioners need to understand, adopt, and commit to mindsets that help them shift towards new forms of teaching and learning.Element 2:Create opportunities for student discovery.engagement strategiesdelivery
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Element 3:Create opportunities for student-initiated use of technology.engagement strategiesdelivery
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Element 4:Create opportunities for the creation of student-generated content.engagement strategiesdelivery
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Element 5:Create opportunities for the use of student-generated content.engagement strategiesdelivery
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Element 6:Create opportunities for students to learn by doing.engagement strategiesdelivery
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Element 7:Facilitate the development of a culture that welcomes and embraces learning.supportculture
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Element 8:Modify classroom structure.physical structureenvironment
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Element 9:Provide classroom resources outside of the classroom.resourcesenvironment
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Element 10:Make classroom resources accessible outside of the classroom.resourcesenvironment
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Element 11:Provide opportunities for student to teacher feedback.student feedbackcollaboration
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 1: New vision for teaching and learningStandard B:Value collaboration with various stakeholders to enhance student learning.Element 1:Provide opportunties for students to network with experts, other learners, parents, community, and other resources.communityenvironment
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Element 2:Facilitate the development of a learning community that is highly respectful, culturally-responsive, and caring in teacher-to-student, student-to-student, and teacher-to-teacher relationships.supportculture
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Element 3:Facilitate student learning through the expanded use of technology-based tools and content, as well as the effective use of outside experts and/or community resources.communityenvironment
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Element 4:Provide opportunities for stakeholder to teacher feedback.stakeholder feedbackcollaboration
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Element 5:Provide information regarding student progress, classroom experience, etc. accessible outside of the classroom.communicationcollaboration
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Element 6:Provide opportunties for learning outside of the classroom.communityenvironment
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Element 7:Facilitate student engagement with the community.communityenvironment
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 1: New vision for teaching and learningStandard C:Create learning environments that are flexible and personalized, dependent on real-time data, direct observation, and interaction with and feedback from students.Element 1:Create learning environments that are flexible.physical structureenvironment
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Element 2:Create learning environments that are personalized.physical structureenvironment
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Element 3:Utilize real-time data in the design of classroom structure.physical structureenvironment
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Element 4:Utilize real-time data in the design of learning opportunities.data-driven decision makingdata
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Element 5:Collect real-time data.data collectiondata
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Element 7:Utilize real-time data.data-driven decision makingdata
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Element 8:Provide opportuntiies for student to teacher feedback.student feedbackcollaboration
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Element 9:Collect real-time data through direct observation.data collectiondata
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 1: New vision for teaching and learningStandard D:Model a growth-orientation towards learning for self and others.Element 1:Design personal professional development plans.independent learningdevelopment
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Element 2:Share personal professional development plans.teamworkcollaboration
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Element 3:Implement personal professional development plans.independent learningdevelopment
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Element 4:Reflect on personal professional development experience.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 5:Share reflections on personal professional development experience.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 6:Model positive attitude toward professional growth.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 7:Demonstrate positive attitute toward professional growth.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 1: New vision for teaching and learningStandard E:Have an entrepreneurial spirit, and possess creativity, imagination, and drive.Element 1:Approach challenges with a positive attitude.expectationsculture
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Element 2:Demonstrate a willingness to try new things.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 3:Demonstrate a commitement to active problem solving.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 4:Demonstrate a creative approach to problem solving.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 5:Approach challenges creatively.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 6:Engage in independent improvement.independent learningdevelopment
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Element 7:Engage in collaborative improvement.teamworkcollaboration
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 2: Orientation toward change and improvementStandard A:Embrace change and model this for others.Element 1:Provide opportunities for students to reflect on areas of improvement in their learning environment.student feedbackcollaboration
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Element 2:Demonstrate the ability to adapt to change at classroom, school, and program levels.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 3:Adapt to change.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 4:Model flexibility for students and peers.routinesculture
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Element 5:Model adaptibility for students and peers.expectationsculture
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Element 6:Model positive attitudes toward change for students and peers.supportculture
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Element 7:Design the learning environment to be flexible, adaptable, changeable, and responsive.physical structureenvironment
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 2: Orientation toward change and improvementStandard B:Proactively initiate change in response to students’ needs and progress.Element 1:Develop an understanding of the relationship between technology and pedagogy.technology integrationdelivery
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Element 2:Develop an understanding of the impact of technology on pedagogy.technology integrationdelivery
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Element 3:Adapt pedagogy in response to advancements in technology.technology integrationdelivery
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Element 4:Adapt pedagogy to utilize technology.technology integrationdelivery
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Element 5:Utilize technology during instruction.technology integrationdelivery
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Element 6:Design curriculum and courses in ways that include technology.technology integrationdelivery
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Element 7:Create responsive curriculum design.responsive contentdelivery
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Element 8:Design courses in a way that allows for modification based on students’ needs.responsive contentdelivery
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Element 9:Design courses in a way that allows for adaptation based on students’ progress.responsive contentdelivery
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 2: Orientation toward change and improvementStandard C:Embrace uncertainty and ambiguity as part of improving teaching and learning practices.Element 1:Demonstrate the ability to complete responsibilities in the face of uncertainties and ambiguities.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 2:Demonstrate the ability to prioritize tasks in the face of uncertainties and ambiguities.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 3:Adapt quickly and appropriately to changing circumstances.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 4:Utilize professional relationships and the extended learning community to promote innovation and advance one’s own and the field’s learning.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 5:Contribute to the profession—and progression—of teaching.professional practicesdevelopment
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 2: Orientation toward change and improvementStandard D:Model and encourage others to be independent and self-directed learners.Element 1:Engage in independent and self-directed learning.independent learningdevelopment
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Element 2:Seek opportunities for continued professional growth.independent learningdevelopment
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Element 3:Reflect on personal professional development experience.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 4:Share reflections on personal professional development experience.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 5:Engage in collaborative improvement.teamworkcollaboration
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Element 6:Model positive attitude toward professional growth.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 7:Demonstrate positive attitute toward professional growth.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Domain 1: MindsetsCompetency 2: Orientation toward change and improvementStandard E:Demonstrate the professional responsibility to contribute to the effectiveness, innovation, vitality, and self-renewal of the teaching profession, as well as to their school and community.Element 1:Recognize that teaching is a profession.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 2:Contribute efforts to the profession of teaching.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 3:Contribute efforts to the school.teamworkcollaboration
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Element 4:Contribute efforts to the community.teamworkcollaboration
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Element 5:Demonstrate professional conduct.professional practicesdevelopment
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Domain 2: QualitiesCompetency 1: GritStandard A:Engage in deliberate practice and persevere toward ambitious, long-term educational and professional goals.Element 1:Design personal professional development plans.independent learningdevelopment
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Quality competencies are those personal characteristics and patterns of behavior that help academic staff make the transition to new ways of teaching and learning. These qualities, like grit, flexibility, and transparency, need to be coached, reinforced, and developed over time.Element 2:Share personal professional development plans.teamworkcollaboration
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Element 3:Implement personal professional development plans.independent learningdevelopment
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Element 4:Reflect on personal professional development experience.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 5:Share reflections on personal professional development experience.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 6:Demonstarate positive attitute toward professional growth.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 7:Identifiy long-term educational and professional goals.independent learningdevelopment
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Element 8:Share long-term educational and professional goals.teamworkcollaboration
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Element 9:Provide opportunities for feedback from peers, administrators, and community.stakeholder feedbackcollaboration
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Element 10:Collect data that demonstrates student achievements.data collectiondata
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Element 11:Identifiy opportunities for profesional growth.independent learningdevelopment
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Domain 2: QualitiesCompetency 1: GritStandard B:Maintain and model persistence, confidence, and optimism to resolve issues.Element 1:Adapt to change.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 2:Approach challenges with a positive attitude.expectationsculture
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Element 3:Demonstrate a willingness to try new things.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 4:Demonstrate a commitement to active problem solving.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 5:Demonstrate a creative approach to problem solving.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 6:Approach challenges with persistence and confidence.adaptabilitydevelopment
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Element 7:Resolve issues with persistence and confidence.professional practicesdevelopment
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Element 8:Demonstrate a positive attitude.supportculture
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Element 9:Model positive attitude and constructive problem solving for peers and students.expectationsculture
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Domain 2: QualitiesCompetency 2: TransparencyStandard A:Openly and frequently share successes, failures, and challenges.Element 1:Acknowledge successes, failures, and challenges.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 2:Reflect on successes, failuters, and challenges.self-reflectiondevelopment
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Element 3:Collect evidence to record successes, failures, and challenges.data collectiondata
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Element 4:Document successes, failures, and challenges.data collectiondata
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Element 5:Share successes, failures, and challenges through a variety of mediums.self-reflectiondevelopment
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