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INED 592 Overview

This course provides teacher candidates opportunities to student teach in a 1-8 regular education setting and special education setting under supervision within the teacher candidate’s targeted area(s) of certification. The course focuses on the practices and roles of the beginning classroom teacher in a diverse, global world. Student teaching consists of a 20-week placement in an inclusive setting or two 10-week placements: one in a regular education setting and one in a special education setting in a school setting(s) matching the teacher candidate’s area of certification. Student teachers will follow the hours of operation and academic calendar of their school placement(s). A University supervisor assigned by the site coordinator will evaluate student teachers. Teacher candidates will demonstrate competency based on the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards, Association for Childhood Education International-Elementary Education Standards (ACEI), and CEC domain areas. Prerequisite: INED 520 and Foundations of Reading Test. Corequisite: EMA 604.

  • 3.00 - 10.00 Credits
  • INED

Sections

Student Teaching MC-EA - 2020 Fall INED 592

This course provides teacher candidates opportunities to student teach in a 1-8 regular education setting and special education setting under supervision within the teacher candidate’s targeted area(s) of certification. The course focuses on the practices and roles of the beginning classroom teacher in a diverse, global world. Student teaching consists of a 20-week placement in an inclusive setting or two 10-week placements: one in a regular education setting and one in a special education setting in a school setting(s) matching the teacher candidate’s area of certification. Student teachers will follow the hours of operation and academic calendar of their school placement(s). A University supervisor assigned by the site coordinator will evaluate student teachers. Teacher candidates will demonstrate competency based on the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards, Association for Childhood Education International-Elementary Education Standards (ACEI), and CEC domain areas.

Course Code: INED 592

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

Student Teaching MC-EA - 2021 Spring INED 592

This course provides teacher candidates opportunities to student teach in a 1-8 regular education setting and special education setting under supervision within the teacher candidate’s targeted area(s) of certification. The course focuses on the practices and roles of the beginning classroom teacher in a diverse, global world. Student teaching consists of a 20-week placement in an inclusive setting or two 10-week placements: one in a regular education setting and one in a special education setting in a school setting(s) matching the teacher candidate’s area of certification. Student teachers will follow the hours of operation and academic calendar of their school placement(s). A University supervisor assigned by the site coordinator will evaluate student teachers. Teacher candidates will demonstrate competency based on the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards, Association for Childhood Education International-Elementary Education Standards (ACEI), and CEC domain areas.

Course Code: INED 592

1/25/2021 - 5/16/2021

Face to Face