Pre-requisites: Candidates in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Early Childhood Education Programs are admitted to Student Teaching (Clinical Practice/Internship) when they meet the following conditions:
The sequence of field experiences
Field experiences allow students to develop the knowledge, attitude and skills that enable them to assume full responsibility for a classroom instruction. Along the program, students move through three phases:
This stage is characterized by the student’s choosing to become a teacher based on observation and reflection opportunities in K-12 settings and a learning community in university courses.
Gives students the opportunities to practice various aspects related to teaching in a diverse learning, such as lesson planning, teaching small groups or micro-teaching. Phase II of teacher education.
Gives student teachers the opportunity to work with outstanding school teachers in a cooperative relationship to test their teaching skills, in an active classroom and with students, as well as to strengthen any realized weakness.
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