GSE Conceptual Framework
The GSE Conceptual Framework represents the concepts that guide the work of the GSE community, including faculty, staff, and students. Because of its importance, the GSE Conceptual Framework is included in all GSE course syllabi.
Vision: Preparing professionals to lead life-long learning and development within our diverse communities.
|1. Diversity and Inclusiveness – Advocacy for Fairness and Respect.
1.1 Candidates work effectively with diverse populations.
1.2 Candidates promote inclusive and therapeutic environments.
|2. Research based practices and professional standards – Professionalism.
2.1 Candidates critically analyze and implement research-based practices.
2.2 Candidates demonstrate appropriate professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions.
|3. Impact on Learning and Development – Commitment to learning.
3.1 Candidates ensure that all learners and clients succeed.
3.2 Candidates use technology to enhance learning and development.
3.3 Candidates influence policy and provide leadership for organizations.
|4. Evidenced-informed decision making – Reflection.
4.1 Candidates use evidenced to address problems of practice and make informed educational and therapeutic decisions.
Use the following link to the ADA compliant and screen-reader friendly version of the GSE Conceptual Framework in your syllabi:
- GSE Conceptual Framework (table version for syllabi)
For more detailed information, including GSE's Mission, Vision, Guiding Principles, Goals & Objectives, see: