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Boise State CAEP Accreditation

Share your World, Inspire Others

The Educator Preparation Programs (EPPs) at Boise State University are designed to promote the continual development of educators with an emphasis on P-12 student learning.

We strive to develop reflective, inquiring professionals who advocate for equity and possess the capacity for change within inclusive communities of practice.

Instructional Model and Core Practices

Boise State College of Education’s Instructional Model takes an inquiry stance to teaching and learning through the iterative process of planning, assessment and reflection. The three parts of the Standard Performance Assessment of Teaching (S-PAT), the final performance assessment a teacher candidate completes at the end of the program, aligns with the instructional model. The S-PAT includes Part 1 Unit Plan (planning), Part 2 Assessment Analysis (assessment) and Part 3 Concluding Reflection (reflection).

Click here to visit the Instructional Model and Core Practices page.

Teacher Education in the news

Boise State Master in Teaching and Special Education programs receive national rankings
College of Education alum Tiffany Lemos receives surprise Milken Educator Award
‘The students are the why…’ Teacher education graduates featured on Boise State Public Radio
TRIO Teacher Prep students gain valuable tools for teaching by attending conferences

College of Education in the news

Friesen publishes book on the art of teacher education and research
Announcing new ‘Paid Research Enterprise Internship/Traineeship Program’
Math conference helps teachers get to the ‘root of student success’
Faculty receive $1.7 million grant to digitize anti-bullying program

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