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A pplying for the S chool of E ducation. Pre-Elementary & Pre-Special Education Candidates. APPLICATION DUE Monday October 17, 2011 Turn in to SOE Dean’s Office HH0020. Application Criteria.

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A pplying for the s chool of e ducation

Applying for the School of Education

Pre-Elementary

&

Pre-Special Education Candidates


APPLICATION DUE

Monday

October 17, 2011

Turn in to SOE Dean’s Office

HH0020


Application criteria
Application Criteria

  • Completion of 55 semester hours; including current semester. (no developmental courses)

  • EDUC-F200 with a C or better.

  • SPCH-S121 with a C or better.

  • ENG-W131 with a C or better.

  • MATH-T101 with a C or better .

    CANNOT

    Apply with a C- in any application course!


Application criteria1
Application Criteria

Successful completion of ONE course from theSocial Studies

Content Block (D- or higher)

Elementary:

  • E100, E150, or E101 (Economics)

  • G201 (World Regional Geography)

  • R220 (The Family)

  • H105 or H106 (American History I or II)

  • Y103 (Introduction to American Politics)

  • H101 (World in the 20th Century)

    Special Education:

  • Y103, Y107, Y109 (Political Science)

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

  • S163 (Social Problems) or G201 (World Regional Geography)


Application criteria2
Application Criteria

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: One science course must include a lab


Gpa and praxis scores
GPA and PRAXIS Scores

Elementary and Special Education

IUS GPA of at least a 2.5

Must have attempted the Praxis I

Math175

Reading176

Writing172

…continued


Alternative scores
Alternative Scores

  • Praxis 1 composite 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, and Math

  • 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.


  • Application

  • COPY of Praxis scores or alternatives;

    KEEP your original Praxis Documentation!

    APPLICATION DUE

    Monday, October 17, 2011

    Turn in to SOE Dean’s Office, HH0020


Getting accepted
Getting Accepted

YOUR LETTER MAY INDICATE YOU ARE:

  • FULLY ADMITTED.

  • ADMISSION PENDING.

    • 50 seats!

    • Acceptance letter will be mailed out

      mid-November, 2011.

      Notify Dr. Barbara Thompson-Book, HH-108

      [email protected]


Spring 2011cohort
Spring 2011Cohort

  • Block 1 Courses

    - Chose Group A or Group B

    - Must have completed ALL the Language Arts courses.

  • Maintain 2.5 in current classes

  • Maintain 2.5 in content areas


Sequence of blocks
Sequence of Blocks

  • Block 1 – Child as Learner

  • Block 2 – The Literate Child

  • Block 3– Specific Methods

  • Block 4– Student Teaching


Field experience in all blocks
Field Experience inALL Blocks

It is MANDATORY for students

to be available

Monday through Friday

from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM!


Successful completion of program
Successful Completion of Program

  • Know your requirements!

  • Meet with faculty advisor each semester!

  • When in doubt, ask questions!


Thanks

for coming!


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