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MU. Teaching Fellowship Program. The Integration of Theory & Practice. MU. Teaching Fellowship Program. The nationally recognized MU Teaching Fellowship Program, offered by the College of Education and the MU Partnership for Educational Renewal

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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

The Integration of

Theory & Practice


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

The nationally recognized MU Teaching Fellowship

Program, offered by the College of Education and

the MU Partnership for Educational Renewal

(MPER), for first-year teachers integrates theory

and practice in school settings.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Fellows are recent graduates who serve as

full-time classroom teachers in MPER Partner

Schools who have all the rights and responsibilities

of first-year teachers within their buildings. They

receive on-site coaching and support from a

mentor teacher.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

The course work and on-site mentoring fellows

receive encourages them to assess their teaching,

reflect on their strategies and develop skills that

allow them to continuously learn from practice.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Fellows also enroll in a master’s degree program

in the College of Education.

Course work for the program occurs during the

summer before and after the first teaching year

as well as through courses integrated into

classroom activities during the year.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Fellows receive a $13,080 stipend for the

fellowship year and monies toward tuition

(up to 33 hours) required for a master’s degree

during the 15 months they are involved in the

program.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Fellows will be employed by the University of

Missouri during this time period.

Fellows pay their own student fees and costs

for textbooks used in their courses.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Mentor teachers are released from full-time

teaching and remain in their school buildings

on special assignment to work with two fellows,

the University and their schools.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Mentor teachers work directly with the fellows

through-out the year, serve as a resource and

coach, and even team-teach with the fellows.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Mentor teachers are involved in professional

development activities in schools and at MU.

They serve as resources to the College of

Education, working with the Teacher Development

Program (TDP), and offering professional

development for their schools or neighboring

schools.


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

How and where does it start? ...


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First, the partner school must

be able to identify a possible

mentor teacher (MT).

The school must also

have one normally-occurring

teaching vacancy in the building

(retirement, transfer, etc.).

Partner School

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X

MT


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The mentor teacher’s time is

allocated as follows:

1/3 - mentoring his/her fellows

1/3 - working on school renewal

1/3 - working on MU activities

(usually with the Teacher

Development Program)

X

Partner School

MT

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X


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The mentor teacher is then

released from his/her

classroom to provide the two

open teaching vacancies

needed for the fellows.

The mentor teacher’s salary

is still paid by the district.

X

Partner School

MT

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X

MT


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X

Partner School

MT

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X

Two teaching fellows are

then placed into the two

open teaching positions.

Teaching

Fellow

(TF)

Teaching

Fellow

(TF)


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X

Partner School

MT

These two fellows are fully-

certified teachers beginning

their first year of teaching.

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X

TF

TF


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X

Partner School

MT

(employed by district)

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X

The district will pay $17,325

per fellow to MU. This money

will go towards paying his/her

stipend and tuition.

The fellows are employed by

MU.

TF

TF

(stipend $

& tuition $)

(stipend $

& tuition $)

$ 16,500

$ 16,500

Paid by district

(but employed by MU)


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The fellows are enrolled in

a master’s program in the

College of Education.

Their coursework is delivered

as follows...

• 8-10 credit hours the summer

prior to the teaching year

• 9-11 credit hours each semester

during their teaching year

• 3 credit hours the final

summer

X

Partner School

MT

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X

TF

TF


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At the end of the fellows’

second summer, they

will have attained a

Master in Education

(M.Ed.) degree through the

Curriculum & Instruction

department with an emphasis

in Learning & Instruction.

X

Partner School

MT

3rd gr.

4th gr.

X

X

TF

TF


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MU

Teaching Fellowship Program

Partner School

This unique program is available

only in Partner Schools.

Teaching fellow candidates

can be graduates from any

institution as long as they

are (or can be) certified in

the state of Missouri.


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