ED 68600 - Internship in Student Teaching
A 15-week internship designed to progress through the full range of teaching responsibilities in a school environment. Daily evaluation by the supervising teacher and periodic observations by a university clinical supervisor assess student teaching progress. A weekly seminar conducted by university faculty addresses meeting the challenges of the teaching profession.
CO-OP students who hold a State of Alaska Tier I teaching certificate and are teaching full time in a K-8 program will be allowed to fulfill student teaching requirements in their own classroom. Supervision for student teaching will be provided by the APU clinical supervisor with school district coordination. Prerequisite: All CO-OP coursework including . Approval of the Teacher Education Committee. Meeting Alaska scores on either the Elementary PRAXIS II (either exam) or on at least one Middle School content area PRAXIS II. Offered Fall/Spring. Competencies: PA; DS; DCN; CKS; AGI; PLE; PRC; PEG
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