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ASU Elementary Education Program Block I Information. Block I Courses:. CI/SPE 3000: Learner Diversity CI/MAT 3030: Investigating Mathematics and Learning CI 3750: Integrating Media and Technology into Teaching RE 3030: Foundations of Literacy

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ASU Elementary Education ProgramBlock I Information


Block I Courses:

  • CI/SPE 3000: Learner Diversity

  • CI/MAT 3030: Investigating Mathematics and Learning

  • CI 3750: Integrating Media and Technology into Teaching

  • RE 3030: Foundations of Literacy

  • SPE 3300: Creating Inclusive Learning Communities

  • Practicum


Prior to Block I:

  • Admission to RCOE Teacher Education (Includes qualifying scores on Praxis, SAT, or ACT)

  • SAC completed

  • All coursework except for Block I and Block II courses and Student Teaching


Qualifying Exam Scores

  • Praxis I (Mathematics, Reading, Writing)

    • Combined total 522

  • SAT (Mathematics, Reading/Verbal)

    • Combined total 1100

  • ACT (Mathematics, English)

    • Total 24


Course Sequence

  • All courses, except SPE 3300, are taken on either a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule.

  • SPE 3300 should be taken on opposite days or after 5:00.


Practicum

  • The purpose of the practicum is to provide you with a placement in a school with a diverse population.

  • Your field placement is in one elementary school classroom in either Burke or Wilkes County.

  • The CI 3000 portion of the practicum consists of 8 full – days (Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday) and the SPE 3300 portion consists of 4 full – days (Fridays).

  • Bus transportation will be provided for the CI 3000 portion of thus experience.


Emphasis on Diversity

  • Over the course of the program, you should have the following experiences:

    • Diversity in districts for your field placements

    • Diversity in grade levels for your field placements

    • Diversity in working with groups of people based on ethnicity, race, SES, gender, exceptionalities, language, religion, sexual orientation, and geographical area.


Background Checks

  • Conducting criminal background checks on preservice teachers participating in field experiences is a normal procedure for all school systems.

  • Criminal background checks are conducted through the Office of Field Experiences.

  • This process must be completed before you will be assigned a block.


Program Requirements

  • You must maintain a 2.5 GPA.

  • You will not be allowed in any Block II courses without a C or better in each Block I course.


20/20 Program:Service-Learning Project

  • In CI 3000 (Learner Diversity) you will participate in a 10-hour service-learning project.

  • The purpose is to learn how to connect the service that you do to the concepts presented in your Learner Diversity course.

  • This provides you with hands-on experience with the issues that diverse learners face so that you will know how to handle these issues when you encounter them as a teacher.


Advising

  • As always you must make an appointment at posted times to meet with your advisor prior to early registration.

  • Greg Galvin, our elementary education program area advisor, is also able to meet with you.


Registration for Block I

  • Complete the pre-registration form.

  • You will be placed in a Block I section based on the information you provide.

    • Geographic information (diversity of placements)

    • Schedule of courses

  • Notify us immediately if you need to make a change.

  • You will be notified of your placement and given a permit to register except for your SPE course.

    **YOU NEED TO SCHEDULE SPE 3300 (sections 101-110) and the corresponding field placement (SPE 3300-208) on your own. Be sure to register for the Elementary Education SPE 3300 field placement.


Graduation Check

  • Apply for a graduation check in the Dean’s Office during your Block I semester.

  • This check will help us to ensure that you are on target to graduate with your course requirements fulfilled after you have completed your student teaching semester.


Student Teaching Application

  • During the semester that you take Block I, one year before you student teach, you need to apply for student teaching.

  • The student teaching handbook is available online at the RCOE website.


Contact Information

Mr. Greg Galvin [email protected] or Dr. Kathleen Lynch-Davis [email protected]


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