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Or ientation to ELED 411, Practicum . Come to the front of the stage. Sign in by the day on which you are in practicum. Complete 2 emergency contact cards. If you choose to fill them out, turn one in today. Take the other to the front office at your school. Review syllabus. Welcome.

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Or ientation to eled 411 practicum

Orientation to ELED 411, Practicum

Come to the front of the stage.

Sign in by the day on which you are in practicum.

Complete 2 emergency contact cards. If you choose to fill them out, turn one in today. Take the other to the front office at your school.

Review syllabus.


Welcome

Welcome

  • Dr. Pam Sullivan (section 1 and 3)

  • Kristi Peery (section 2 and 4)

    • Note: Practicum sections are not the same as course sections


Eled 311 vs eled 411

ELED 311 vs. ELED 411

  • What was the focus of 311?

  • How is 411 different?

    • Grade level placement

    • Focus on instruction

    • Focus on guiding children’s behavior

    • Plan and teach lessons

  • How is 411 the same as 311?


Similiarities

Similiarities

  • Communication

  • Dispositions

  • Expectations

  • Dress

  • Attendance


Communication

Communication

  • University Professors

  • University Seminar Leaders

  • University Supervisors

  • Cooperating Teachers

    In some cases, the same person will fulfill more than one of these roles.


Practicum behaviors

Practicum Behaviors

  • Your cooperating teachers are looking for the following dispositions:

    • Initiative

    • Enthusiasm

    • “Can do” attitude

    • Ask for help

      At the end of each semester, faculty discuss the progress of each student during a student review meeting.


Expectations

Expectations

  • Follow all of the policies and procedures

  • Communicate within the first two weeks exactly what assignments must be carried out in the practicum classroom.

  • Work with the cooperating teacher to develop a schedule

  • Consult with the teacher about teaching responsibilities you can assume

  • Work with your supervisor to schedule teaching observations

  • Show enthusiasm, initiative, and a desire to be in the class at all times

  • Ask for opportunities to teach


Dress

Dress

  • Professional at all times! Model yourself after your principal.

    • Skin: use the “bend over” test

    • Tattoos: cover them

    • Piercings: none

    • Leggings: are not pants!

    • Shorts: none

    • Flip-flops: none

    • Jeans: none. Special cases need to be approved by your supervisor.


Attendance

Attendance

  • 15 minute rule

  • Late or tardy notification

  • Weather

  • Follow the JMU schedule

  • Teacher Work Days & Inservice- your attendance is at the discretion of your cooperating teacher. ASK!

  • In the event of an absence, you are responsible for contacting your cooperating teacher AND your university supervisor. Contact your CT through email AND a phone call.

  • Make-up: all missed times/days must be made up (except for weather related closures)


Every practicum day

Every practicum day

  • Be on time

  • Park in the right spot

  • Sign in and out at the front office AND on your attendance calendar (timesheet)

  • Wear your badge

  • Help in at least one way

  • Learn at least one thing


1 st day preparation

1st Day Preparation

  • Check the school’s and teacher’s websites:

    • Directions to the school

    • Principal’s name

    • Teacher’s email address

    • Program the school’s phone number into your phone PRIOR to the first day

  • Email your teacher

    • Introduce yourself

    • Ask about arrival time

  • Become familiar with the EERE website. Read and print materials for 411:

    • Profile form

    • Calendar

    • Policy and procedures

    • Evaluation forms


Materials needed for 411

Materials Needed for 411:

  • First, go to the EERE website: http://www.jmu.edu/coe/eere/

  • Then, click on the link on the left hand side, “Practicum Information”

  • Click on the link on the chart, “Semester II, ELED 411”. All of the materials you need are linked on the right hand side of the page:

    • Student Profile Form

    • Policies

    • Lesson Plan Outline

    • Evaluation (use the same form for midterm and final)

    • Attendance calendar (timesheet)


Immersion week

Immersion Week

Mark your calendars….

  • March 18-22 (Mon–Fri)

    During this week, you will attend your practicum for the full day, every day.


Turn to your neighbor

Turn to Your Neighbor…


Questions

Questions???


Practicum placements

Practicum Placements

  • If you have Mrs. Peery for ECED 372, go to her for your placement.

  • Everyone else, stay seated in the front of the auditorium. Dr. Tricarico and Mrs. Gainer will give you your placements.


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