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This study examines the use of the Wayfind Teacher Assessment as a tool for determining the proficiencies of teacher candidates in their final year of preparation in relationship to the National Educational Technology (Standards for Teachers NETS•T). The findings reveal that the WTA seemed to support students’ self-reflection and professional development by providing relevant quantification of their abilities to meet the NETS•T. Teacher candidates scored at a proficient level, indicating that they were prepared to enter the teaching force with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions identified in the NETS•T. The participants had the opportunity to develop their own individualized professional development plans to increase their proficiencies.
Updated: Aug. 30, 2015