Boyce College Education Preparation Program is committed to the education of quality teacher candidates who have the highest level of knowledge acquisition and skilled pedagogical performance which will operate from a biblically-based worldview. In order to provide annual evidence of program impact the following outcome measures have been identified. These are reported on our website, however due to the small number of program graduates each year, many data points remain available internally as the Boyce faculty continues to aggregate data for future publication in a manner that will protect the anonymity of its graduates.
Teacher Education Progress Report
Impact & Output Reporting Measures
IMPACT MEASURES (CAEP Standard 4)
Measure 1: Impact on P-12 Student Learning and Development (component 4.1)
Boyce EPP investigated the impact of our completers through a case study. This study showed the impact of our graduates on the learning process of their students utilizing results of standardized performance growth assessments.
Measure 2: Indicators of Teaching Effectiveness (component 4.2)
Boyce EPP investigated the impact of our completers through a case study. This study showed the impact of our graduates on the learning process of their students utilizing results of the Boyce Lesson Analysis.
- Analysis of Case Study on Student Learning Growth and Development
- Classroom Artifact: Pre-assessment/Post-assessment analysis
Measure 3: Satisfaction of Employers and Employment Milestones (component 4.3)
Administrators in schools where Boyce EPP graduates teach were asked to complete a survey to evaluate the competence of the candidate and their satisfaction with the program.
Measure 4: Satisfaction of Completers (component 4.4)
Boyce EPP completers were asked to complete a survey about how they feel the program met their needs in order to be an effective teacher and leader within the school.
Measure 5: Graduation Rates
The Boyce EPP earned provisional accreditation Fall 2018. Because of the small number of students enrolled in the program, there have been no graduates in the certification program.
Measure 6: Ability of Completers to Meet Licensing (Certification) and/or Any Additional State Requirements
The checkpoint system chart shows an overview of all data collected throughout each checkpoint. Each piece of data will be presented as evidence to indicate whether candidates are developing content-knowledge, pedagogical content-knowledge, and pedagogical skills.
|Checkpoint||# of Certified Candidates||# of Non-Certified Candidates|
|Checkpoint 1: Admission||27||5|
|Checkpoint 2: Assessment for Continuation||12||4|
|Checkpoint 3: Application for Clinical Experience II||1||6|
|Checkpoint 4: Program Exit||0||4|
Measure 7: Ability of Completers to be Hired in Education Positions for which They have been Prepared
The Boyce EPP earned provisional accreditation Fall 2018. Because of the small number of students enrolled in the program, there have been no completers in the certification program.
Measure 8: Student Loan Default Rates and Other Consumer Information
Boyce College does not accept federal financial aid. Because we do not accept it the information is not reported by the school. Boyce College is not obligated by state to report in our IPEDS reporting mechanism and Boyce College does not take Title IV funding. We report 0.00 for the federal financial aid information field in IPEDS.