PRE-PRACTICUM FIELDWORK. FOR AIC XCP INITIAL TEACHER LICENSURE PROGRAMS 5/13. WHAT IS THE PRE-PRACTICUM?.
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FOR AIC XCP
INITIAL TEACHER LICENSURE PROGRAMS
The following nine slides pertain to the traditional candidates* completing 75 hours
Information on waiving hours for experienced educators follows.
*’traditional’ candidates are those with little or no experience in the classroom.
All candidates enrolled in the initial teacher licensure programs, whether seeking the license or not, must complete these hours in the three courses.
>Urban>Suburban and/or Rural
>Low income>English Language Learners
>Special Needs>Grade Levels
[Urban and ELL experiences are required.]
AIC, Education Dept., 1000 State Street, Box 16L, Springfield, MA 01109
*These forms are found in the Supervising Practitioner handbook.
* All candidates must experience ELL students.
PLEASE NOTE:STUDENTS WHO DO NOT COMPLETE THE PRE-PRAC REQUIREMENTS IN EACH COURSE MUST RECEIVE AN ‘IP’ (In Progress) for that course!
PLEASE SEE ADDITIONAL MATERIALS ON ‘FIRST CLASS’ UNDER THE XCP STUDENT REFERENCE AREA
Local school districts require candidates undertaking pre-practicum experiences to undergo a criminal history offender information (CORI) check and a district may determine that a candidate is ineligible for placement based on the outcome of the CORI check.
Any candidate who is refused a placement by a district as a result of his/her CORI check is solely responsible for finding his or her own placement which, in the sole discretion of the College, meets the academic requirements of the program.
Students must determine, in light of other personal or professional obligations, if they can meet the expectations set forth above in order to successfully complete the fieldwork requirements and hence the successful completion of the program.