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beginning student teaching seminar spring 04 the center for field experiences and partnerships

Beginning Student Teaching SeminarSpring 04The Center for Field Experiencesand Partnerships

Bagwell College of Education

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Dr. Vicki McLainDirectorCenter for Field Experiences & PartnershipsAssociate Professor of Elementary Education and Reading

law and ethics preventing legal challenges for you and your school
Law and Ethics Preventing Legal Challenges for You and Your School

Mr. Tony ArasiInstructorDepartment of Educational LeadershipKennesaw State University

legal questions and advice ask your principal be careful what you say be careful what you do
Legal Questions and Advice

(ask your principal)

Be careful what you say

Be careful what you do

teacher liability supervision discipline
Teacher Liability

Supervision

Discipline

subpoenas and court appearances
Subpoenas and

Court Appearances

confidentiality of student records
Confidentiality of

Student Records

dfacs reporting investigations suspected abuse allegations against an educator
DFACS Reporting/Investigations

Suspected Abuse

Allegations Against an Educator

educator code of ethics
Educator Code of Ethics

http://www.gapsc.com/

know the law respect the law do not fear the law
Know the Law…

Respect the Law…

Do Not Fear the Law

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Ms. Dalita BullockCareer Evaluation Counselor of EducationCareer Services Center770-423-6555http://careerctr.kennesaw.edu
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VELMA TAYLOR WELLS

MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Social Science Education

Dr. Ann W. PullenFormer DeanCollege of Humanities and Social ScienceFormer Chair Department of History and Philosophy
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Winner of theVELMA TAYLOR WELLS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPSocial Science EducationMs. Renee RainsSocial Studies Student Teacher
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Mr. David BaugherTeacher Certification Officer Bagwell College of Education770/423-6043dbaugher@kennesaw.eduwww.gapsc.com
ksu praxis pass rate
KSU Praxis Pass Rate

Candidates for teacher certification in Georgia must pass the Praxis I and Praxis II tests. In Georgia, the Professional Standards Commission provides the Praxis pass rates for all teacher preparation units in the state to the U.S. Secretary of Education as mandated by the Higher Education Act of 1998. The pass rate, which is published as part of the Title II Teacher Preparation Report Card, was 96.4% for all KSU program completers for the 2001-2002 academic year.

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Data Management System

Use of Instruments

reporting forms and rubrics
Reporting Forms and Rubrics
  • CPI (Candidate Performance Instrument) - Exit
    • Submitted Electronically
    • Completed at Midterm and Final by:
      • University Supervisor
      • Collaborating Teacher
      • Candidate
  • Portfolio Narrative
  • Impact on Student Learning Assignment
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Data Management System

Mr. Jim WrightInstructor

Educational Technology Centerhttp://ksuetc.org

student teacher s role
Student Teacher’s Role:
  • Remind your collaborating teacher that he/she received a password via mail
  • Give your collaborating teacher your KSU ID#
  • Train your collaborating teacher how to:
    • Complete and submit the CPI-Exit at midterm
    • Complete and submit the CPI-Exit at the end of Student Teaching
  • You complete and submit the CPI-Exit at Midterm
  • You complete and submit the CPI-Exit at the end of Student Teaching
professional teacher education unit

Professional Teacher Education Unit

The Collaborative Development of Expertise in Teaching and Learning

diversity
Diversity

Diversity Survey available at http://bcoe.kennesaw.edu/diversity/

Diversity check available at http://widenet.us/

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Access our online newsletter at

www.kennesaw.edu/education/CFEP

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Ms. Diana PooreDirectorTeacher Resource and Activity Center (TRAC)770/423-6420www.kennesaw.edu/education/trac
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3rd annual “ESOL” Conference“Bringing Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students to High Levels of Learning and Achievement”

Keynote: Dr. Maria Ferrier, U.S. Dept of Education

Wed., Feb. 4th - KSU Center

Thurs., Feb. 5th - Dalton State College

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Conference on Literature for Children and Adolescents

Keynote Speakers: Jerry Pallotta, Christopher Paul Curtis, Linda Rief

April 1, 2004

Contact: Dr. Pam Cole at pcole@kennesaw.edu

collaborating teacher of the semester fall 2003 ms pat davis vaughan elementary cobb county schools
Collaborating Teacher of the SemesterFall 2003Ms. Pat DavisVaughan ElementaryCobb County Schools
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Many Thanks to:University SupervisorsLinda Werner, CFEPSandi Carey, CFEPJim Wright, ETTCErik Bowe, ACSBryant Quiovers, ACSMansour Abusaid, ITS

there are three kinds of teachers
There are three kinds of teachers:
  • Those who make things happen,
  • Those who watch things happen,
  • Those who wonder what happened.
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Please meet with your University Supervisor before leaving.Note: English Education – HU242Have a great semester!