College of Arts, Society & Education
Phase 2: Professional Experience Report
ED4489&
Preservice Teacher:
School/Centre:
SBTE/s:
ECE
Primary
Year Level:
Secondary
Subjects:
The following activities have been completed, as outlined in the Professional Experience
Handbook:
o Completed the required number of days
o Minimum of ‘G’ (Graduate level) in all descriptors
o Minimum ofG’ (developing towards Graduate level) in all descriptors
*Site coordinators: Please return this Report to Professional Experience Unit (or give it to
PST to submit to JCU Profex) within 7 days of completion of practicum. A copy must also be
retained by the school.
Supervising teachers are not required to provide an overall assessment score for the preservice teacher; this is determined
by higher education institutions as part of their assessment processes.
APST Graduate Career Stage descriptors have been grouped to assist the supervising teachers observation and assessment
of professional experience. All sections are weighted evenly. Some descriptors are dependent on context so may not be
assessable for all preservice teachers during the nal summative professional experience. A single piece of evidence may
address multiple descriptors, including those in several sections of this form.
Higher education institutions are encouraged to use this document as a basis for non-summative professional experience
reporting templates used at earlier professional experience placements.
Assessment ratings
Exceeding graduate level (E) Consistent evidence of knowledge, practice and engagement that exceeds the
APST descriptors at the Graduate Career Stage.
Graduate level (G) Consistent evidence of knowledge, practice and engagement that demonstrate
the APST descriptors at the Graduate Career Stage.
Developing towards graduate level (D) Awareness of the descriptors at the APST Graduate Career Stage but
demonstrates inconsistent knowledge, practice and engagement at this level.
Below graduate level (B) Little or no evidence of knowledge, practice and engagement or awareness
that meet the descriptors at the APST Graduate Career Stage.
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Preservice teacher’s
name
Dates
(Full duration of professional experience): From / / to / /
School name and address
Number of days
(Including pre-placement
days)
School Context
(where applicable)
To complete this section
Please refer to:
www.schoolsdirectory.
eq.edu.au
Metropolitan
Remote
Provincial
Low socio-economic community
Rural
Indigenous community
Other (Please indicate):
Learning phase
Early childhood Primary Junior secondary Senior secondary
Curriculum specialisation
Class size
Number of students in
professional experience
class
Class 1 Class 2 Class 3
Classroom context
(where applicable)
Students with a disability Indigenous students Culturally and linguistically
diverse students
Summary of prior experience
Strengths identied
in your previous
teaching professional
experience/s
Teaching professional
experience/s you have
completed in a rural
and remote locations
Teaching professional
experience/s you
have completed with
Aboriginal groups or
Torres Strait Islander
communities
Teaching professional
experience/s you
have completed
with students with a
disability
Final professional experience recommendations
This page is to be completed by the preservice teacher.
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Examples of evidence
Artefacts that have been modied by the preservice teacher to suit
the needs of the class such as:
unit/lesson plans and resources
school and system documents.
Documented feedback and evaluation of planning that reects:
curriculum content, sequencing, scaffolding, learning activities,
differentiation and teaching strategies
the preservice teachers written reections.
Below Graduate Level (B), Developing Towards Graduate Level (D), Graduate Level (G), Exceeding Graduate Level (E)
B D G E
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of physical, social and intellectual development and
characteristics of students and how these may affect learning.
APST 1.1
Demonstrate knowledge of teaching strategies that are responsive to the learning strengths and needs
of students from diverse linguistic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds.
APST 1.3
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of strategies for differentiating teaching to meet the
specic learning needs of students across the full range of abilities.
APST 1.5
Organise content into an effective learning and teaching sequence. APST 2.2
Use curriculum, assessment and reporting knowledge to design learning sequences and lesson plans. APST 2.3
Know and understand literacy and numeracy teaching strategies and their application in teaching
areas. APST 2.5
Set learning goals that provide achievable challenges for students of varying abilities and
characteristics. APST 3.1
Plan lesson sequences using knowledge of student learning, content and effective teaching strategies.
APST 3.2
Please leave blank if unable to assess in the school context
Demonstrate broad knowledge and understanding of legislative requirements and teaching strategies
that support participation and learning of students with disability.
APST 1.6
Please provide comments about knowledge, practice and engagement of the preservice teacher in relation to this section.
Comments are required if ‘Developing towards graduate level’ or ‘Below graduate level’ has been identied for any of the descriptors.
Section 1: Planning effectively — preparation for teaching
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Examples of evidence
Artefacts such as differentiated activity sheets, resources,
evidence of student learning including pre- and post-tests, and
annotated samples of student work.
A supervising teacher’s observation notes including comments
on the range and effectiveness of demonstrated teaching
strategies, student engagement, content knowledge,
communication skills, and use of resources including ICTs.
Documented feedback and reections about planning including
curriculum content, sequencing, scaffolding, learning activities
and teaching strategies.
The preservice teacher’s reections and application of
supervising teacher feedback.
Below Graduate Level (B), Developing Towards Graduate Level (D), Graduate Level (G), Exceeding Graduate Level (E)
B D G E
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts, substance and structure of the content
and teaching strategies of the teaching area.
APST 2.1
Implement teaching strategies for using ICT to expand curriculum learning opportunities for students. APST 2.6
Include a range of teaching strategies. APST 3.3
Demonstrate knowledge of a range of resources, including ICT, that engage students in their learning. APST 3.4
Demonstrate a range of verbal and non-verbal communication strategies to support student
engagement.
APST 3.5
Demonstrate broad knowledge of strategies that can be used to evaluate teaching programs to improve
student learning.
APST 3.6
Seek and apply constructive feedback from supervisors and teachers to improve teaching practices. APST 6.3
Please leave blank if unable to assess in the school context
Demonstrate broad knowledge and understanding of the impact of culture, cultural identity and
linguistic background on the education of students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
backgrounds.
APST 1.4
Please leave blank if unable to assess in the school context
Demonstrate broad knowledge of, understanding of and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander histories, cultures and languages.
APST 2.4
Please leave blank if unable to assess in the school context
Describe a broad range of strategies for involving parents/carers in the educative process.
APST 3.7
Please provide comments about knowledge, practice and engagement of the preservice teacher in relation to this section.
Comments are required if ‘Developing towards graduate level’ or ‘Below graduate level’ has been identied for any of the descriptors.
Section 2: Teaching effectively – enactment of teaching
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Examples of evidence
Artefacts such as annotated school policies, classroom
organisation notes, classroom rules, classroom management
plans, and individual student behaviour plans.
A supervising teacher’s observation notes including comments
on communication skills, behaviour management strategies,
inclusive participation and engagement.
Documented reections and records of professional
conversations.
The preservice teacher’s written reections and application of
supervising teacher feedback.
Below Graduate Level (B), Developing Towards Graduate Level (D), Graduate Level (G), Exceeding Graduate Level (E)
B D G E
Identify strategies to support inclusive student participation and engagement in classroom activities. APST 4.1
Demonstrate the capacity to organise classroom activities and provide clear directions. APST 4.2
Demonstrate knowledge of practical approaches to manage challenging behaviour. APST 4.3
Please provide comments about knowledge, practice and engagement of preservice teacher in relation to this section.
Comments are required if ‘Developing Towards Graduate Level’ or ‘Below Graduate Level’ has been identied for any of the descriptors.
Section 3: Managing effectively —
create safe and supportive learning environments
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Examples of evidence
Artefacts such as assessment tasks and instructions, tests,
guides to making judgements, written feedback to students,
evidence of student learning including pre- and post-tests,
completed worksheets, completed tasks, moderation meeting
notes, annotated sample student responses or work and lesson
plans.
A supervising teacher’s observation notes including comments
on formal and informal feedback, questioning techniques and
assessment.
The preservice teacher’s written reections and application of
supervising teacher feedback.
Data gathering tools such as checklists developed or adapted by
preservice teacher.
Below Graduate Level (B), Developing Towards Graduate Level (D), Graduate Level (G), Exceeding Graduate Level (E)
B D G E
Demonstrate understanding of assessment strategies, including informal and formal, diagnostic,
formative and summative approaches to assess student learning.
APST 5.1
Demonstrate an understanding of the purpose of providing timely and appropriate feedback to
students about their learning.
APST 5.2
Demonstrate understanding of assessment moderation and its application to support consistent and
comparable judgements of student learning.
APST 5.3
Demonstrate the capacity to interpret student assessment data to evaluate student learning and
modify teaching practice.
APST 5.4
Demonstrate understanding of a range of strategies for reporting to students and parents/carers and
the purpose of keeping accurate and reliable records of student achievement.
APST 5.5
Please provide comments about knowledge, practice and engagement of preservice teacher in relation to this section.
Comments are required if ‘Developing towards graduate level’ or ‘Below graduate level’ has been identied for any of the descriptors.
Section 4: Assessing and recording learning
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Examples of evidence
Artefacts such as annotated school and system policies and
procedures, and communication with parents/carers.
A supervising teacher’s observations including comments on
understanding and adherence to legislative requirements.
Documentation of participation in school activities including
duties, staff meetings and professional development.
Professionalism including punctuality, dress and interpersonal
communication.
Demonstration of engagement with school staff and external
professionals.
Below Graduate Level (B), Developing Towards Graduate Level (D), Graduate Level (G), Exceeding Graduate Level (E)
B D G E
Describe strategies that support students’ wellbeing and safety working within school and/or system,
curriculum and legislative requirements.
APST 4.4
Demonstrate an understanding of the relevant issues and the strategies available to support the safe,
responsible and ethical use of ICT in learning and teaching.
APST 4.5
Understand and apply the key principles described in codes of ethics and conduct for the teaching
profession.
APS T 7.1
Understand the relevant legislative, administrative and organisational policies and processes required
for teachers according to school stage.
APS T 7.2
Understand the role of external professionals and community representatives in broadening teachers
professional knowledge and practice.
APST 7.4
Please leave blank if unable to assess in the school context
Understand strategies for working effectively, sensitively and condentially with parents/carers.
APS T 7.3
Please provide comments about knowledge, practice and engagement of preservice teacher in relation to this section.
Comments are required if ‘Developing towards graduate level’ or ‘Below graduate level’ has been identied for any of the descriptors.
Section 5: Professional conduct
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All descriptors can be assessed in a professional experience setting; however to focus the nal professional experience the following
four descriptors will be assessed in coursework and do not require assessment in the nal professional experience.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of research into how students learn and the implications for teaching. APST 1.2
Demonstrate an understanding of the role of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers in
Identifying professional learning needs.
APST 6.1
Understand the relevant and appropriate sources of professional learning for teachers. APST 6.2
Demonstrate an understanding of the rationale for continued professional learning and the implications for improved
student learning.
APST 6.4
Section 6: Excluded descriptors
Please use this space to describe the preservice teacher’s overall strengths and areas for development.
Section 7: Overall comments
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Please identify who has moderated the assessment of the preservice teacher.
Moderation may be completed through classroom visit/s or as a panel discussing the evidence and awareness demonstrated by the
preservice teacher.
Site coordinator’s name Signature
Date
/ /
Higher education institution
(HEI) representative’s name
Signature
Date
/ /
Name of HEI representative who
conducted school visits
Signature
Dates of school visit/s
/ /
Date
/ /
Other moderator name and
position if applicable
Signature
Date
/ /
Each of the signatories must retain a copy of this report for their records.
The preservice teacher’s signature indicates they have sighted this completed report.
Preservice teacher’s name Signature
Date
/ /
Supervising teacher’s name Signature
Date
/ /
Other supervising teacher’s
name
Signature
Date
/ /
Section 8: Moderation
Section 9: Signatures
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