This data represents the 2017-2018 academic year. This data represents responses from all undergraduate programs at MSUM.
The graphics below represent data from three Common Metrics Surveys: Exit Survey, Transition to Teaching Survey, and Supervisor Survey. The first two graphics below represent aggregate data from the fourteen NExT institutions. The second two graphics represent MSUM specific data. Data illustrates mean scores on the scales contained within each survey. Averages are based on a 4.0 likert-type scale. Additional information related to each scale is provided below the graphics.
Scale Score: Average
Scale Score: Standard Deviation
Scale Score: Averages
Professionalism: 95% of 2017-2018 graduates, 97% of first-year teachers, and 93% of supervisors agree/tend to agree MSUM graduates are prepared to continue developing as a teacher through using colleague feedback.
Learning Environment: 95% of 2017-2018 graduates, 97% of first year teachers, and 93% of supervisors agree/tend to agree MSUM graduates are prepared to create a learning environment in which differences are respected.
Diverse Learners: 94% of first year teachers and 93% of supervisors agree/tend to agree MSUM graduates are able to differentiate instruction for different learners or for different developmental needs, respectively.
Instructional Practice: 91% of 2017-2018 graduates, 97% of first year teachers, and 96% of supervisors agree/tend to agree graduates are prepared to and are able to effectively teach their subject matter.
Additionally, 93% of supervisors agree/tend to agree first year teachers from MSUM promote student engagement in their classrooms and 97% of first-year teachers agree/tend to agree MSUM prepared them to be successful teaching and they would recommend MSUM to a prospective teacher!
Content area passing rates range from 71% to 100%. Specific passing rates are not publicly reported due to low n’s in several content areas.