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Stp model teaching competencies 2013 1 stp presidential taskforce: documenting teaching competencies charge: provide teachers of psychology with an external. General education and core competencies paul d camp community college 2010-2011 dir assessment & ir general education committee 2/11/11. About what is competency education why competency education the time for competency education has come it is vitally important for our country to move away from. Gain deeper insights into teaching and learning compsat is your guide and companion as you explore and expand upon your knowledge in each competency. 1 teacher competency model example domains and components of the framework for teaching domain 1: planning and preparation a knowledge of content & pedagogy.
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