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Secondary Education Group Sessions 2014. www.education.msu.edu. Teacher Education Forms. COE Homepage  Academics  Undergraduate  Teacher Preparation Forms. http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/teacher-preparation-forms.asp. Coordinators and Advisors. Team Coordinators

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Secondary education group sessions 2014

Secondary EducationGroup Sessions 2014

www.education.msu.edu


Teacher education forms

Teacher Education Forms

COE Homepage  Academics  Undergraduate  Teacher Preparation Forms

http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/teacher-preparation-forms.asp


Coordinators and advisors

Coordinators and Advisors

  • Team Coordinators

    • Kelly Hodges – 116R Erickson Hall

    • Math, World Languages, all Sciences, Art, Music, and Agriscience

    • Chris Kaiser – 116C Erickson Hall

    • English and Social Studies

  • Elementary/Teacher Education Advisors

  • Janet Chegwidden [email protected]

  • Joella Cogan [email protected]

  • Kristy [email protected]

  • Jennifer Watson [email protected]

  • Michael [email protected]


College of education program requirements

College of Education Program Requirements

  • Part 1 – Completion of Major

  • Your major advisor is your primary advisor for major courses, graduation requirements, etc.

  • Must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in your major area (usually differs from what your major college requires)


College of education program requirements1

College of Education Program Requirements

  • Part 2 – Completion of Teaching Minor

  • See COE website for listing of teaching minor courses and departmental contact names

  • HST, PLS, & EC teaching minors must follow the new versions of the minors

  • TESOL teaching minor is a limited enrollment minor

  • Non-conforming teaching minors must be approved by that department, with approval by form, email or posted in ESAF

  • Must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in teaching minor area

  • No course credits counted in a teaching minor can be double counted toward the credit requirement of the teaching major, or vice versa


College of education program requirements2

College of Education Program Requirements

Part 2 – Education Studies

Total: 21 Credits

Need:

  • 2.5 overall GPA

  • No Individual grade below 2.0

*Course has been proposed by Teacher Education and is currently under review


Te 407 408 senior year

TE 407/408 – Senior Year

Enroll in the section designated for your majorSame section for fall and spring semesters

Check the notes to make sure you are in the appropriate section for your major.


Technology requirements

Technology Requirements

  • Proficiency and expertise in technology will be acquired as a part of the TE curriculum

  • College of Education Laptop Requirement for admitted students http://education.msu.edu/resources/students/laptop-requirement.asp

  • MUST USE MSU EMAIL ACCOUNT

    • This is the only e-mail address that the University will use for sending official communications to students after they enroll

    • Need to check your MSU account regularly

  • When emailing an advisor in COE be sure to use your MSU email and include your full name

  • Read all email messages from the Registrar and MSU email accounts


Accommodations

Accommodations

  • If you are a student with special needs:

    • Strongly encouraged to register with the RCPD

    • Accommodations for MSU classes may be different than reasonable accommodations needed for your K-12 field placements and will require advance planning

    • It is up to you to discuss your need for accommodations in K-12 classrooms with the program ahead of time


Criteria for progression to the internship

Criteria for Progression to the Internship

  • http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/criteria-for-progression.asp

  • Academic Requirements

  • Subject Area Tests

    • http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/mttc.asp

    • Must pass if you want to be certified in subject areas

  • World Language oral proficiency exam

    • http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/oral-proficiency.asp

  • Professional Standards

  • Internship Classes

    • TE 501 – 6 credits- TE 502 – 6 credits

    • TE 801 – 3 credits- TE 803 – 3 credits

    • TE 802 – 3 credits- TE 804 – 3 credits

  • Conviction Disclosure


Conviction disclosure

Conviction Disclosure

Students, interns and teacher certification candidates are obligated to report convictions to the Certification Officer.

  • Students must submit a Conviction Disclosure Form (CDF)

    Prior to admission to the TE program

    Prior to internship placement

    Prior to initial certification

  • After admission students are obligated to report subsequent convictions to COE Certification Officer within 5 business days and provide court documents

  • May be denied admission, field placement or recommendation for certification because of a conviction for a misdemeanor or felony

  • Failure to report a conviction or falsification could result in dismissal from the TE program

  • ICHAT Search (Internet Criminal History Access Tool)

    Internet search for criminal history

    Required for TE 301, 302, 403-408

Failure to disclose conviction history is falsification!

A conviction does not disappear from your record!


The integrity of scholarship and grades

The Integrity of Scholarship and Grades

Maintain Integrity

  • Provide accurate info for academic & admissions records

  • Adhere to professional standards and honor codes

    http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/professional-conduct.asp

  • Complete original work without unauthorized aid

    Plagiarism

  • Using the words or ideas of others without permission or citation

  • Many unintentionally commit acts of plagiarism

  • Become informed and avoid allegations at

    https://www.msu.edu/unit/ombud/academic-ntegrity/plagiarism-policy.html

Procedures Used in Academic Dishonesty

  • Instructor takes action: penalty grade for assignment or course

  • Instructor completes Academic Dishonesty Report

  • Student’s Dean will add form to academic record

  • Student must complete an online course about the integrity of Scholarship and Grades. Can’t graduate until successfully completed.


Cpr first aid requirement

CPR/First Aid Requirement

  • All students seeking initial teacher certification must prove that they are certified in:

    • Adult CPR

    • Child CPR

    • First Aid

  • MDE - Approved Providers of Courses for First Aid and CPR

    • http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,1607,7-140-6530_5683_14795-118868--,00.html

  • First Aid certification is valid for 3 years

  • CPR certification is valid for 1 year

  • Must be current at time of certification. Earliest to take them is late August before internship begins.


Ways to get involved

Ways to Get Involved

TEAM

Tomorrow’s Educators for the Advancement of Multicultural Students

[email protected]

Friendshop

An enrichment program for elementary school children run by MSU students

[email protected]

Kappa Delta Pi

International honor society in education

[email protected]

MSU Student Literacy Corps

Trains and places volunteers to serve as mentors and tutors to at-risk children in the Lansing area

Patricia Williams 420-1849

Student Council for Exceptional Children

The group promotes awareness of exceptional children through discussion and service

[email protected]

Specialization in Coaching or Health Promotion

134 Erickson Hall

Service Learning Center

Volunteer placements are in classrooms with youth groups and with tutoring programs

http://www.servicelearning.msu.edu/

http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/get-involved.asp


Other information

Other Information

  • Reply due Friday, March 14

    • If you don’t reply we will assume you are not pursuing teacher education

  • Remember you need at least 56 completed credits by the end of this summer to stay in the College of Education!

  • For transfer credit information check out transfer.msu.edu

  • Check News & Announcements on the COE website for updates www.education.msu.edu

  • Chicago Internship requires separate application process. Must be in good standing with the College of Education.


Connect with the college of education

Connect with the College of Education

www.education.msu.edu

Michigan State University College of Education

@MSUCollegeofEd

#MSUed

For appointments: http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/advising-scheduling.asp


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