I.    Instructional Management for the Success of All Learners

  1. demonstrate an understanding of research of learning and instructional strategies;
  2. describe and apply research and best practices on integrating curriculum and resources to help all learners achieve at high levels;
  3. demonstrate the ability to utilize data for instructional decision making;
  4. demonstrate the ability to design appropriate assessment strategies for measuring learner outcomes;
  5. demonstrate the ability to implement alternative instructional designs, curriculum, behavior management, and assessment accommodations and modifications;
  6. demonstrate the ability to be responsive to the needs, interests and abilities of gifted and talented students;
  7. demonstrate the ability to identify appropriate school structures and resources for gifted and talented students;
  8. demonstrate the ability to appropriately use technology to support instruction.