Clinical Experiences Legend 1 Observation 2 Tutoring one on one contact

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Clinical Experiences Legend 1. Observation 2. Tutoring one on one contact University-Wide Teacher Education Program
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105 3. Non-instruction assisting 4. Instructional aiding a group 5. Micro teaching 6. Simulation lab exercises 7. Work with clinic client 8. Graduate practicum 9. Professional meeting 10. Other STUDENT TEACHING REQUIREMENTS The following applies to all those student teaching: The minimum requirement in student teaching is full-day for at least 10 weeks (e.g., a minimum of 50 attendance days). All assignments also require 36 clock hours of clinical work for each semester hour of credit (e.g., 10 semester hours—360 clock hours). More clock hours of clinical work are required in Speech Pathology. The number of semester hours of student teaching required varies with the student’s cur- riculum. A student does student teaching in his or her major field of study. A student must meet all eligibility requirements for student teaching in that major field. The following requirements must be met prior to participation in student teaching. Students may be removed from the student teaching assignment if at any time these requirements are not met. 1. Approval for student teaching by the Director of Clinical Experiences and Certification Processes (CECP). This approval will include verification of all of the following: a. formal Admission to Professional Studies at least 1 semester prior to the beginning of the student teaching semester; b. successful completion at Illinois State University of at least 4 hours of Professional Education approved by the appropriate education department and the Director of CECP; c. a minimum of 85 hours of college credit earned; d. completion of pre-student teaching field experiences commensurate with attaining local, state, and national standards; e. a written application for student teaching filed in the Office of CECP at least 6 months prior to the planned student teaching semester; f. satisfactory completion of prerequisite courses to STT 399 (listed under University-wide Courses); g. meet all requirements of Admission to Professional Studies and Admission to Student Teaching as stated in the Performance-based Assessment System; 2. Approval for student teaching by the student’s major department chairperson or school director or designee. This approval will be based on all of the following: a. has demonstrated content knowledge in the student’s major area of study; b. possesses professional knowledge necessary for performing teaching responsibilities; c. has performed at an acceptable level during the pre-student teaching clinical experiences; d. shows evidence of professional characteris- tics and interpersonal skills necessary for working with children and youth; e. has completed all other departmental/school requirements, including minimum major GPA (see major department or school for additional requirements).
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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