Outcome 1: Inquire and Change
Professionals Inquire and Change
Candidates inquire about relevant educational issues and support
present practices or initiate constructive changes.
Collect, analyze, and evaluate information through systematic observation
and reasoning. Information is evaluated through use of a democratic
process that continually considers beneficial systemic change.
• Identify and improve efficacious pedagogical practices
• Enhance knowledge and understanding of professional practices
• Promote motivation and dispositions to learn
• Act as an agent of positive change
Outcome 2: Reflect
Professionals reflect on sound practice.
Candidates reflect on relevant educational issues with breadth,
depth, and rigor ensuring improvement and encouraging excellent
implementation of professional practices.
Assess and evaluate the possible social, political, economic, emotional,
physical and intellectual effects on others and their self as a
result of their choices.
• Interpret behaviors, events, observations and emotions.
• Examine own motivations, perspectives, ideologies and possible
• Delay judgment until reliable information is examined.
• Tolerate ambiguity and multiple possibilities.
Outcome 3: Implement Responsible Change
Professionals implement change.
Candidates implement responsible change in a supportive manner meeting
the needs of individuals and communities and empowering them for
Based on wisdom of practice and research, anticipate individuals
and communities needs to facilitate change through the selection
of strategies that will motivate people to set goals, establish
priori-ties, and engage in action to achieve the goals.
• Access and make effective use of wisdom of practice and
• Anticipate and speculate current and future needs.
• Identify powerful landmarks in the landscape of social,
political, economic, emotional, physical and intellectual needs.
• Collaborate in the development of scenarios that create
an environment which meets the social, political, economic, emotional,
physical and intellectual needs.
• Establish an intellectual, psychological, and physical environment
that supports change.
• Collect data, reflect upon that data, and make reliable
inferences with regards to facilitate change as deemed necessary.
• Use feedback to help individuals and community monitor their
changes and share the responsibility for changes.
Outcome 4: Create and Maintain Caring Communities
Professionals create and maintain caring communities.
Candidates create, organize, maintain, and evaluate caring communities
providing leadership and
stewardship for educational endeavors.
Collaborate in creating environments to attend to the needs of individuals
and communities for belonging, participating actively, and promoting
the well-being of individuals and communities.
• Promote and support individual and community participation.
• Encourage and facilitate unbiased interactions.
• Encourage the dispositions required to belong.
• Challenge and motivate each other to engage in productive
Outcome 5: Communicate Effectively
Professionals communicate effectively.
Candidates communicate effectively providing leadership and stewardship
for individuals and communities.
Interact with others in a way that demonstrates they value other
people. Make all participants comfortable with the process and confident
that everyone is being understood.
• Choose a mode and style of communication that is tactful
and civil and reflective of the target group.
• Evaluate the effectiveness of communication.
• Have the disposition to communicate with understanding.
• Use meaningful verbal, nonverbal and media communication.
• Demonstrate the awareness and appreciation of diversity
in the use of language and other forms of communication.
• Use technology to communicate.
Outcome 6: Leadership and Stewardship
Professionals value leadership and stewardship.
Candidates possess and demonstrate the values, demeanor, and reflective
decision-making of leaders and stewards of the profession.
Use skillful interactions that demonstrate the values, demeanors
and reflective decision-making of leaders and stewards.
• Foster a passion for learning among individuals and communities
to construct meaning that leads to a shared purpose.
• Facilitate reciprocal learning by asking questions, seeking
feedback, engaging in dialogue, negotiate conflict and suggest actions.
• View themselves as part of a larger community empowered
to collaborate with others to solve difficult problems using procedures
based on shared principles.
• Challenge procedural norms of practice by evaluating the
practice with respect to principled procedures.
• Proactively seek and engage in leadership opportunities.
• Understand disagreements are almost always about underlying
assumptions and beliefs.
• Forms alliances and networks to promote change.
• Persist in personal and contextual understanding and development
of social, political, economic, emotional, physical and intellectual
skills and dispositions of individuals and communities.
• Model self-control, integrity, fairness and justice using
behaviors conducive to the learning process.