Sep 28, 2022  
2018-2019 General/Graduate Catalog - Expires August 2024 
    
2018-2019 General/Graduate Catalog - Expires August 2024 [Archived Catalog]

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ED 609G - Teaching Internship


A minimum of a public school semester of full-time participation as a junior member of a school faculty under the guidance of mentor teachers, administrators, and University representatives. Extensive experience is provided in all facets of a teacher’s role. Seminars conducted by University personnel assist interns in assessing their experiences, in refining their performance, and in completing University coursework that includes field components. Students who complete a one-semester internship must enroll for a minimum of 8 credits of ED 609G. All students who complete a full year internship must enroll for a minimum of 8 credits of ED 609G each semester of the internship. The maximum number of credits allowed for a full-year internship is 17. Students who complete a practicum for an additional certification area must enroll for a minimum of 3 credits of ED 609G.

Prerequisites: Admission to MAE Program and fingerpring clearance, Substitute Teaching Certificate, liability insurance, T.B. test; Secondary/K-12 - ED 601G - Measurement and Evaluation , ED 608G - Teaching Experience: Elementary Education/Primary , ED 603G - Content Area Academic Literacy . See also the section “Advanced Content in the Teaching Specialty” for specific prerequisites according to the teaching area; Elementary - ED 601G - Measurement and Evaluation , ED 608G - Teaching Experience: Elementary Education/Primary , ED 621G - Psychology of Reading , ED 622G - Integrating the Language Arts .

 
Credits: 3 to 9
NOTE:
* The Education Course Fee applies to this course.



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