DSAR25-Teaching-practice-placement-form-letters-RSA-students.pdf

DSAR25-Teaching-practice-placement-form-letters-RSA-students.pdf

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Teaching practice placement information All professional teaching qualifications have teaching practice as a compulsory component of the curriculum. All students are required to submit their DSAR25 / DSAR27 forms to the Teaching Practice Office for their placement to be processed and finalised. Unisa will not accept any registration for any professional teaching qualification unless the DSAR25 / DSAR27 forms are included as part of the registration. Please ensure that you have completed the DSAR25 / DSAR27 form before registering online or at a Unisa Regional Office, as you will need the information to populate your registration form. After registering, please send your school stamped form via e-mail or fax to the relevant placement office. Please visit for the correct contact information. The teaching practice period is from February to September (this period may differ according to your portfolios / assignments submission due dates). Students living outside the Republic of South Africa are also allowed to do their teaching practice in South Africa (submit the DSAR25 form to [email protected] ). Depending on the qualification for which you want to register, the duration of teaching practice may differ from between 5 to 10 consecutive weeks. Each module has its own specified number of weeks and no two modules can be done concurrently. Teaching practice must be done within the phase (eg Foundation Phase, Senior Phase) of the qualification for which you are registered (please refer to the teaching practice guidelines). If you are registered for a BEd in Early Childhood Education or the Foundation Phase, your teaching practice must be divided between a Pre-Primary School and the Foundation Phase of a Primary School. The practical component in fulfilment of the pre-primary qualification requirement must be done in the first and second years of your professional studies, and the second component in the Foundation Phase during the third and fourth year. Teaching Practice modules must be done either together with or after you have completed the subject didactic module and not before (Senior Phase / FET). The university may appoint supervisors to assess your teaching practice or it may liaise with the relevant school to carry out your assessment during these compulsory teaching practice sessions. Should you have any problems with your school of choice, please contact the Teaching Practice Office for alternative placement.
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  • Winter '17
  • a. braun
  • ........., Teaching Practice, Teaching Practice Office

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