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EDT494 - Student Teaching (12 to 15 cr.)

Teacher candidates will demonstrate competency in knowledge of content, pedagogy and professional skills by performing all responsibilities expected of an education professional. Issues of personal growth and concerns related to education, democracy in education, multicultural competencies, technology, literacy and effective instruction for all students, families, schools, communities will be discussed in a professional seminar. Prerequisite(s): EDU465 and EDU475; major in B.S. Childhood Education or combined B.S./M.S.Ed. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.

EDT593 - Student Teaching in Teaching and Learning, Early Childhood (2 cr.)

This 20-day (minimum) student teaching experience provides a carefully mentored experience that enhances the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to positively impact learning and development of children from Birth-Grade 2. In student teaching, candidates will demonstrate instruction skills and abilities by teaching individuals and small groups in developmentally appropriate settings. The candidate will plan, implement, and assess the results of learning. The candidate will also participate in other duties that are typically performed by teachers in settings serving children in the early childhood period. Prerequisite(s): must have completed all coursework in the program. Semester(s) Offered: As Needed.

EDT594 - Student Teaching (3 to 12 cr.)

This course is designed for MST Childhood Education and MST Adolescence Education majors. Teacher candidates will demonstrate competency in knowledge of content, pedagogy, and professional skills by performing the responsibilities expected of an education professional. In student teaching, candidates will demonstrate instruction skills and abilities by teaching individuals, small groups, and large groups in developmentally appropriate settings. Candidates will plan, implement, and assess the results of learning within the grade range of their certificates. Issues of personal growth and concerns related to education (e.g., democracy in education, multicultural competencies, technology, literacy, special education, and school-home-community connections) will be discussed in a professional seminar. Candidates must take a total of 12 credits. This course may be repeated for credit up to a maximum of 12 credits. Prerequisite(s): majors in MST Childhood Education or Combined BA/MST Adolescence Education or MST Adolescence Education; POI. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.

EDT595 - Student Teaching in Childhood Education Grades 1-6 (6 cr.)

In this field experience, candidates will demonstrate instruction skills and abilities by teaching individuals and groups. The candidate will plan, implement, and assess the results of instruction delivered in an educational setting appropriate for students. The candidate will also participate in other duties that are typically performed by teachers in grades 1-6 educational settings. Prerequisite(s): students are required to be within six credit hours of program completion. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.

EDT596 - Student Teaching: Special Education Grades 1-6 (6 cr.)

In this field experience, Special Education candidates will demonstrate instruction skills and abilities by teaching individuals and groups. The candidate will plan, implement, and assess the results of instruction delivered in an educational setting appropriate for students with identified disabilities. The candidate will also participate in other duties that are typically performed by teachers in grades 1-6 educational settings. Prerequisite(s): POI. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring.

EDT597 - Student Teaching in Special Education Birth - Grade 2 (6 cr.)

In this field experience, Special Education candidates will demonstrate instruction skills and abilities by teaching individuals and groups. The candidate will plan, implement, and assess the results of instruction delivered in an educational setting appropriate for students with identified disabilities. The candidate will also participate in other duties that are typically performed by teachers in Birth-Grade 2 educational settings. Prerequisite(s): EDS536; POI. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

EDT598 - Student Teaching Sp Ed 7-12 (6 cr.)

In this field experience, Special Education candidates will demonstrate instruction skills and abilities by teaching individuals and groups. The candidate will plan, implement, and assess the results of instruction delivered in educational setting appropriate for students with identified disabilities. The candidate will also participate in other duties that are typically performed by teachers in grades 7-12 educational settings. Prerequisite(s): EDS539. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

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