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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 elementary pre special education candidates

Pre-Elementary

& Pre-Special Education Candidates

Applyingfor Admission to the School of Education


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


Application criteria

  • 55 semester hours, including current semester, towards General Ed. Requirements—ELEM only(No developmental courses)

  • EDUC-F200, SPCH-S121, ENG-W131, MATH-T101, all completed with a “C” or better.

  • Completed, or be enrolled in, all Language Arts content courses.

  • Overall GPA of at least 2.50 (no rounding up)

  • “C” or better in all L Arts and Math content courses.

  • Passing score on Praxis 1 tests or alternatives

Application Criteria


Application criteria1

Successful completion of ONE course from theSocial Studies

Content Block (“D-” or higher)

Elementary:

  • ECON-E100, E150, or E101 (Economics)

  • GEOG-G201 (World Regional Geography)

  • SOC-R220 (The Family)

  • HIST-H105 or H106 (American History I or II)

  • POLS-Y103 (Introduction to American Politics)

  • HIST-H101 (World in the 20th Century)

    Special Education:

  • POLS-Y103, Y107, Y109 (Political Science)

  • HIST-H105, H106 (American History) or GEOG-G110 (Human Geography)

  • SOC-S163 (Social Problems) or GEOG-G201 (World Regional Geography)

Application Criteria


Application criteria2

Successful completion of ONE course from the Science Content Block (“D-” or higher)

Elementary:

  • BIOL-L100 (Humans & the Biological World)

  • CHEM-C104 (Physical Science & Society)

  • GEOG-G107 (Physical Systems of the Environment)

    Special Education:

  • BIOL-L100 (Humans & the Biological World)

  • CHEM-C104 (Physical Science & Society) or

  • CHEM-C101 (Elementary Chemistry I)

    NOTE: To complete program, one science course must include a lab; not needed to apply.

Application Criteria


Praxis 1 alternative scores

  • MUST submit Praxis 1 score report or Alternatives

    • May apply without; submit ASAP; but first come, first served, until cohort is full.

  • Praxis 1 composite (total) at least 527

  • ACT with a score of at least 24 based on

    Math, Reading, Grammar, and Science

  • SAT with a score of at least 1100 based on Verbal (“Critical Reading”) and” Math”; NOT “Writing” or sub-tests

  • GRE with a score of at least 1100 based on

    Verbal and Quantitative

  • Anyone with a Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution is exempt.

Praxis 1 Alternative Scores


G p a and praxis scores

Elementary and Special Education

IUS GPA of at least a 2.5.

Must maintain throughout program!

Must have attempted the Praxis I

(Passing Scores)

Math175

Reading176

Writing172

G.P.A. and PRAXIS Scores


A pplying for a dmission to the s chool of e ducation

Application

COPY of Praxis scores or alternatives;

KEEP your original Praxis Documentation!

APPLICATION DUE

5pm, February 15

Turn in to SOE Dean’s Office, HH0020


Getting accepted

YOUR LETTER MAY INDICATE YOU ARE:

  • FULLY ADMITTED.

  • ADMISSION PENDING.

    • Acceptance letter will be mailed out mid-March.

      • 50 seats!

        If you’ve not received a letter by mid-March, contact:

        Dr. Walter Ryan, Elem. Coordinator([email protected])

        Dr. Cathy Shea, Spec. Ed. Coordinator([email protected])

Getting Accepted


A pplying for a dmission to the s chool of e ducation

Block 1 Courses:

  • Chose Group A or Group B at registration

  • Must have completed ALL Language Arts courses prior to B1.

  • Maintain 2.5 in current classes

  • Maintain 2.5 in content areas


Field experience in all blocks

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.)

Field Experience in ALL Blocks


Criminal background checks

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.

Criminal Background checks


Sequence of blocks

  • Block 1– Child as Learner

  • Block 2 – The Literate Child

  • Block 3– Integration across the Curriculum

  • Block 4– Teaching in an Era of Accountability

Sequence of Blocks


Successful completion of program

  • Know your requirements!

  • Meet with faculty advisor each semester! The letter of acceptance will include your advisor’s name.

  • If you have PETITIONS for Exception, be sure to follow-up:

    • Elementary: Dr Ryan

    • Special Ed: Dr Shea

  • If you have TRANSFER coursework, see Dr Barbara Thompson-Book ([email protected])

  • When in doubt, ask questions!

Successful Completion of Program


A pplying for a dmission to the s chool of e ducation

Thanks

for coming!


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