Revision is due by midnight wednesday, week 4.

Download the template for Topic V and add your information to the title page. Write Topic V using a minimum of three (3) scholarly sources. Sources must be cited in the PKB section of the paper.
Submit Topic V for feedback. Pay careful attention to the required components of each Standard. You must use the suggested outline provided in the resources.
For Topics II-V, only papers scoring below 70% are eligible for revision. Revision is due by midnight Wednesday, Week 4. No extensions will be granted for the submission of revisions.
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NOTE: Candidates who do not attend to professor feedback in their revisions or in other parts of the final project could receive a grade of 0 for the corresponding rubric row.

(Taken from CCP Outline)
TOPIC V: Reflection and Continuous Growth, Collaboration, Ethics
Introduction to Topic (with thesis statement)
Reflection and Continuous Growth
(PKB) The teacher reflects on his/her practice, particularly the effects of his/her choices and actions on others (students, families, and other professionals in the learning community), and adapts practice to meet the needs of each learner. (InTASC 9; CAEP R1.4 Professional Responsibilities)
(AP) Provides relevant examples of classroom observation, information about students, and research as sources for evaluating the outcomes of teaching and learning and as a basis for experimenting with, reflecting on, and revising practice. (InTASC 9; CAEP R1.4 Professional Responsibilities)
What do the above-mentioned components look like in the classroom?
Collaboration
(PKB) The teacher utilizes relevant research upon collaborating with students, families, colleagues, other professionals, and community members to share responsibility for student growth and development, learning, and well-being.. (InTASC 10; CAEP R1.3 Practice)
(AP)The teacher discusses how he/she makes links with the learners` other environments by consulting with parents, counselors, teachers of other classes and activities within the schools, and professionals in other community agencies. (InTASC 10; CAEP R1.3 Practice)
What do the above-mentioned components look like in the classroom?
Ethics
(PKB) The teacher utilizes relevant research on the laws related to student`s rights and teacher responsibilities (InTASC 10; CAEP R1.4 Professional Responsibilities)
(AP) The teacher discusses how he/she understands and implements laws related to students` rights and teacher responsibilities. (InTASC 10; CAEP R1.4 Professional Responsibilities)
What do the above-mentioned components look like in the classroom?

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