Student Teaching (Adolescent-Young Adult)

Course Type: 
Undergraduate
Course Prefix: 
EDU
Course Number: 
428
Credits: 
4 or 8 sem. hrs.
Semesters Offered: 
Fall and Spring

Placement with a qualified teacher and university supervisor in an appropriate classroom setting* for a minimum of 12 consecutive, full weeks. NOTE: When adolescent-young adult major is double majoring with intervention specialist major, this course will be reduced to 4 hours and will be for a minimum of 6 consecutive, full weeks. Actual participation in classroom activities on a daily basis is the emphasis. Planning, organizing, instruction, and evaluating are key elements. Developing overall classroom management skills, professionalism, cooperative staff relations, and strong work ethic are key elements. Senior level only. No other course work is to be taken during the Senior Block and the 12 consecutive, full weeks of student teaching. *Appropriate classroom setting is defined as one that meets the learned society guidelines for the adolescent to young adult licensure areas. Prerequisites: 3.0 GPA, C- or higher in PSY 101, EDU 350 and whichever course applies to area of licensure: EDU 366, 376, 386, 396. COM 100; ENG 101. Corequisites: EDU 400, 416; EIS 379, 468.