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Department of Elementary & Early Childhood Education. EECE Candidate Orientation. Welcome Opportunities Certification Career Services Placements Teaching Expectations Professionalism Evaluations/Chalk & Wire Diversity Survey Student Teaching Evaluation & Supervisor Evaluation

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Department of elementary early childhood education

Department of Elementary & Early Childhood Education

Eece candidate orientation

EECE Candidate Orientation

  • Welcome

  • Opportunities

  • Certification

  • Career Services

  • Placements

  • Teaching Expectations

  • Professionalism

  • Evaluations/Chalk & Wire

  • Diversity Survey

  • Student Teaching Evaluation & Supervisor Evaluation

  • Time with supervisors



  • Professor Beth Peery, Co-coordinator for Student Teaching

  • Dr. Anete Vasquez, Director

    Center for Education Placement and Partnerships

  • Dr. Gwen McAlpine – EECE Graduate Program Coordinator, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education

Got certification

Got Certification??

Kellie Oxford

Certification Officer

[email protected]



Are you being served

Are You Being Served?

Pauline Jones

Assistant Director

Career Services Center

[email protected]





  • Student teachers will not be placed in schools where they have children or relatives in attendance or where children or relatives are employed in any position.

  • Unless there are extenuating circumstances, student teachers will not be placed in schools they have attended within the past ten years.

Student teaching handbook

Student Teaching Handbook

  • Everyone should read the entire Field Experience Handbook before the student teaching experience begins.

  • The handbook may be found at the following under “Student Teacher Information”

Student teaching expectations

Student Teaching Expectations

  • Student teachers are generally expected to complete eight to ten weeks (40-50 days) of full-time teaching. The collaborating teacher will help to judge readiness to teach and will gradually increase responsibilities according to the competence demonstrated in knowledge, skill, and understanding to teaching. The increasing responsibility assumed is expected to lead to full-time, independent teaching, in which the student teacher will handle all the duties of a teacher.

  • The student teacher will gradually assume the role of full-time teacher. Each day s/he will assume increasing levels of the teaching responsibilities. For example, a student teacher may begin by team teaching a lesson with the collaborating teacher. In this instance, the student teacher and collaborating teacher will plan together and perhaps even rehearse the lesson before it is taught. They may engage in joint evaluation of the teaching and learning that took place. Next, the student teacher may teach that subject or topic alone with the collaborating teacher providing constructive feedback. This will continue as the student teacher assumes more and more of the teaching role until s/he is in the full role of the classroom teacher.

Student teaching expectations1

Student Teaching Expectations

  • The collaborating teacher will remain in the classroom with the student teacher as a mentor, providing opportunities to reflect on teaching. S/he gradually will become the assistant teacher just as the student teacher step-by-step became the full-time teacher. The emphasis is always on collaboration and partnership.

  • Most student teachers are greatly concerned about classroom management. This concern is normal. It is an area in which student teachers generally have very little expertise. Teachers need to be concerned about positive individual and group behavior because of its impact on each teaching-learning situation. The process of enabling the student teacher to gradually assume teaching responsibilities is coupled with gaining confidence and success in classroom management skills. This begins with discussing classroom management with the collaborating teacher and observing how s/he creates a positive learning environment with minimal distractions.

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Student Teaching Expectations

Placement in a departmentalized classroom

  • Teach the content taught by your CT

  • Whenever possible visit other classrooms where the teacher teaches all content

Student teaching expectations3

Student Teaching Expectations

  • Monday, January 9th is the 1st day of Student Teaching.

  • Check with you collaborating teacher for time to report or call the school office to find out the “teacher” hours.

Student teaching expectations4

Student Teaching Expectations

  • Observed on four (4) successful lessons by collaborating teacher and four (4) by supervisor. (Two must be completed by midterm.)

  • Complete ISLA assignment

  • Complete Portfolio Narrative

  • Complete the CPI at midterm (with your supervisor) and at the end of the semester

  • All assessment instruments available at

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Student Teaching Expectations

  • Daily/Weekly Reflections (electronic is preferable)

  • Upload two (2) pieces of evidence per proficiency into Chalk & Wire Portfolio

  • Upload ISLA and Portfolio Narrative into Chalk & Wire Portfolio

Candidate performance instrument cpi

Candidate Performance Instrument (CPI)

  • Candidate, Collaborating Teacher, and Supervisor will complete hardcopy for Midterm, (by March 7), use as reference during midterm conference, and then the supervisor will input Cumulative CPI into Chalk & Wire by March 14. (Rubric #1652 EECE CPI Midterm Student Teaching)

  • Final CPI, for Collaborating Teacher (Rubric #1645 EECE BS CPI Final –ST-Collaborating Teacher) and Supervisor (Rubric #1646 EECE BS CPI Final – ST- KSU Supervisor) will be input into Chalk & Wire by Supervisor no later than May 10.

Department of elementary early childhood education


  • The rubric contains descriptors that describe the criteria for each level. With each subsequent rating beginning with the lowest rating of unsatisfactory to the highest rating of exceeding, the criteria show a progression toward more compelling and better quality evidence. Apply these criteria in your judgment of the candidate’s performance as revealed through the various sources of evidence. Additional information that follows each rating’s criterion is provided to help you make an accurate judgment. Candidates must attain at least “approaching” for all proficiencies to graduate from the undergraduate program. Receiving a rating of less than “approaching” on any proficiency should prompt a plan developed by the program area for remediating the performance.

    Student Teaching Summary Rating Form:

Isla and pnr


  • ISLA and PNR rubrics will be completed by the supervisor and input into Chalk and Wire no later than May 10.

  • Rubric #1656 EECE BS ST ISLA-(Impact on Student Learning Analysis)

  • Rubric # 1655 EECE BS PNR – ST (Portfolio Narrative Rubric)

Working during student teaching

Working During Student Teaching

  • Student teaching is a full-time responsibility and Kennesaw State University does not support taking additional courses while student teaching. Likewise, KSU does not support employment during student teaching. Both could jeopardize a candidate’s performance in the classroom. Therefore, it is recommended that programs of study be planned so that student teaching is the last course to be completed prior to graduation and considered a full-time responsibility.



  • Accept Constructive Criticism and Feedback

  • Take the Initiative; Demonstrate leadership

  • Work well with others- Be collaborative

  • Manner of Dress

  • Oral and Written Communication

  • Be a Reflective Practitioner

Other words of wisdom

Other words of wisdom

  • Watch what you post on your Facebook, and MySpace pages. Remember this is a job interview.

  • Confidentiality

Mandatory diversity survey

Mandatory Diversity Survey

Must be completed

Dates TBA

(Click on “Diversity Survey FY 12”)

Student teaching evaluations

Student Teaching Evaluations

Must be completed by May 10

(Click on “Student Teaching Evaluation Spring 2012”)

Supervisor evaluations

Supervisor Evaluations

Must be completed by May 10



  • Please make sure you have applied & paid for graduation

  • Honors Cords will be distributed on the day of the ceremony

  • Turn in copy of GACE Content scores to Kellie Oxford

Chain of command

Chain of Command

If you have any problems

  • Supervisor

  • Dr. Steffen or Professor Peery

  • Dr. Cope

    Concerns should be reported early. Do not wait until the last week of student teaching. This may be too late.

Register for class

Register For Class

Register for Student Teaching January 7-13 if you have not already done so.

ECE 4473/section (Supervisor Name)

Let s have a great semester this is the beginning of a wonderful career

Let’s Have a Great Semester!This is the beginning of a wonderful career!

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