Student Teaching (EDUC 499)
During this 15-week experience, student teachers receive practical experience under the guidance of supervising teachers in planning for teaching, managing classrooms, and directing learning activities of pupils. Student teachers are given increasing responsibility for directing the activities of the classroom group to the point of assuming the responsibility of a lead teacher. Student teaching is assigned at the appropriate levels in elementary or secondary public schools or post-secondary school settings, and is supported by regular participation in the online community where innovative instruction and assessment methods, as well as major topics of interest, subject area, classroom management, and pedagogy are discussed. Prerequisites: Department Approval. Typically Offered Fall, Spring
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