May 24, 2022  
2016-2017 Catalogue 
    
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ED 432 - Supervised Student Teaching


Supervised Student Teaching is a year-long, (0 credit/12 credit) capstone experience. This course is a full- time teaching/clinical experience (for a minimum of 13 to 15 weeks) in a local elementary, intermediate, middle, or high school. The primary focus is a gradual introduction to teaching through a progression of experiences from observation, to participation, to teaching. Student teaching is designed to apply theories, pedagogy, and critical thinking skills. Prerequisites include completion of all content requirements, teacher education certification requirements, and a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50. It is expected that this course will be taken concurrently with a Methods course. It is only open to seniors pursuing certification. The semester prior, students complete a Bridge clinical placement. The Student Teaching Experience is evaluated by a mark of High Pass, Pass, Low Pass or Fail. It is expected that this course will be taken concurrently with a Methods course.

Four credits.

Prerequisite(s): ED 130 , ED 322 , ED 340 .



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