CAEP-approved teacher preparation program standards in world languages reflect the professionâ€™s expectations for the specific knowledge, skills, and dispositions that world language teachers should have as they enter our classrooms. These standards will enable the profession to monitor the quality of language teachers being certified by institutions throughout the country. Information about the process that was used to develop the world language teacher preparation standards is contained in the proposal for the revision submitted in August 2013.
Program Review Services
°Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â/CAEP Program Standards for the Preparation of World Language Teachers
is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council of Higher Education as the sole professional accrediting body for teacher preparation. CAEP advances excellence in educator preparation through evidence-based accreditation that assures quality and supports continuous improvement to strengthen P-12 student learning. Accreditation is a nongovernmental activity based on peer review that serves the dual functions of assuring quality and promoting improvement. More than 900 educator preparation providers will initially participate in the CAEP accreditation system, which serves all providers currently accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC). Educator preparation providers include traditional institutions of higher education, as well as alternative pathways such as residency programs. CAEP determines which educator preparation programs meet rigorous national standards in preparing teachers and other classroom specialists. Functioning as the profession's quality control mechanism for teacher preparation, CAEP is a coalition of 34 national education organizations, which represents teachers, teacher educators, subject matter specialists, and policymakers.
Programs seeking national recognition through °Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â/CAEP must use the 2013 Standards.
°Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â/CAEP Program Standards
Mapping to program standards
°Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â/CAEP Standards as Proposed to CAEP in 2013
°Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â, in conjunction with the Standards Collaborative, joined CAEP (at that time it was NCATE) as a member organization in 1998. Member organizations such as °Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â represent millions of Americans who support rigorous, high quality teacher preparation.
For additional information about these standards or the review process, please contact Dr. Teresa Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Appendices for 2013 °Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â/CAEP Program Standards Proposal
Standards for FL Executive Summary
Alignment Common Core State Standards
Alignment Framework 21st Century
Research Supporting 2013 °Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â/CAEP Standards
°Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â/CAEP Program Self-Assessment Table
SASB Reviewer Rubric
The °Ä²ÊÍ¼¿â Performance Descriptors for Language Learners are designed to describe language performance that is the result of explicit instruction in an instructional setting. These new Performance Descriptors reflect how language learners perform.