Elementary and Early Childhood Education

Student Teaching

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student07.jpgAfter the Toss experience, student teaching begins. Student teachers facilitate the teaching-learning process through the selection of instructional strategies and resources (including preparing their own materials); selection of strategies for managing time, materials, and students; selection of activities and instructional technologies; and selection of means for assessing student learning and his/her own teaching. In making these instructional decisions, student teachers demonstrate their ability to apply understanding of subject matter content and the principles of teaching and learning to the development of an instructional program that fosters the success of all students. Individual diagnosis and problem solving in planning and implementation of instruction are required daily in student teaching.

Fall 2013: Student Teaching Orientation Powerpoint (Click here)

Supervisor Evaluation Form - Please fill out this online evaluation of your KSU student teaching supervisor. When you fill out the form and click on the submit button, you will be taken to a confirmation page. Please print out that page and give it to your KSU supervisor as proof that you have completed his/her evaluation. The process is anonymous, and the confirmation page does not give your name, but instead refers to you as the candidate.

Professional Dispositions Indicators: Click here download a PDF Version

Sample Student Teaching Syllabus: Click here download a PDF Version

Lesson Plan Format: Click here download a PDF Version

Are you interested in student teaching abroad? Click here for the BCOE student teaching abroad website. Watch a student teaching abroad video by clicking here.
Read more about KSU Global Learning Education Abroad Scholarships by clicking here.

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