Pre-Elementary & Pre-Special Education Candidates. A pplying for A dmission to the S chool of E ducation. APPLICATION DUE 5:00pm February 15 Turn in to SOE Dean’s Office HH0020.
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& Pre-Special Education Candidates
Applyingfor Admission to the School of Education
Turn in to SOE Dean’s Office
Successful completion of ONE course from theSocial Studies
Content Block (“D-” or higher)
Successful completion of ONE course from the Science Content Block (“D-” or higher)
NOTE: To complete program, one science course must include a lab; not needed to apply.
Math, Reading, Grammar, and Science
Verbal and Quantitative
Elementary and Special Education
IUS GPA of at least a 2.5.
Must maintain throughout program!
Must have attempted the Praxis I
COPY of Praxis scores or alternatives;
KEEP your original Praxis Documentation!
5pm, February 15
Turn in to SOE Dean’s Office, HH0020
YOUR LETTER MAY INDICATE YOU ARE:
If you’ve not received a letter by mid-March, contact:
Dr. Walter Ryan, Elem. Coordinator(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Cathy Shea, Spec. Ed. Coordinator(email@example.com)
Block 1 Courses:
90+ hours in local schools.
It is MANDATORY for students
to be available Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM!
(Practica schedules will be set early in each semester.)
Before entering field experiences, every candidate will need to complete a background check.
Each school system has its own process and decides which crimes prevent placement.
Disqualification by a school system may prevent a candidate from completing an SOE program.
Any crime against children disqualifies candidates from admission or continuation in any SOE program.