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    Jul 13, 2024  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin [Archived Bulletin]

EDU 5840 - Student Teaching Double License in Elementary and/or Secondary



Goals: To apply, modify, and demonstrate effective teaching techniques through actual teaching experience in the public schools. To develop skills of critical reflections, monitoring, and adjusting of professional practice. To develop a professional understanding of the role of a teacher and a personal model of teaching.

Eligible teacher candidates become licensed in two levels by completing 10 weeks in one licensure area and 8 weeks in a second licensure area for 18 weeks total.

Content: Laboratory application of all previous methods and supporting coursework. Observation, part-time, then full-time teaching are required at both levels. Completion of the Teacher Performance Assessment.

Taught: Offered only as a combination of fall/winter terms or winter/spring terms

Prerequisite: Completion of all work in elementary and/or secondary licensure coursework, completion of teaching major coursework, and approval to student teach.

Co-requisite: EDU 5900: Student Teaching Seminar

Credits: 4 credits winter term; 16 credits fall or spring term. Total of 20 credits.