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PRACTICE TEACHING 2009/2010 PRACTICE TEACHING CONTACTS Your Faculty Advisor Practice Teaching Placement Officer: Ursula Boyer OR Mary Lucenti Email: [email protected] Faculty of Education, F201

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PRACTICE TEACHING CONTACTS

  • Your Faculty Advisor

  • Practice Teaching Placement Officer: Ursula Boyer OR Mary Lucenti Email: [email protected] Faculty of Education, F201

  • Olive Ridler, Faculty Practice Teaching Course Email: [email protected]


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PRACTICE TEACHING COURSE

  • Primary/Junior – EDUC 4684

  • Junior/Intermediate – EDUC 4694

  • Intermediate/Senior – EDUC 4355

    • Class hours, workshops

    • 12 weeks of practicum


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  • Practice Teaching Course is PASS OR FAIL

  • Students must pass the course in order to:

  • Receive BEd Degree

  • Be recommended to the Ontario College of Teachers

  • Retain credit for academic courses taken


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  • PRACTICE TEACHING CLASS

  • Mary Lucenti & Ursula Boyer

  • (Faculty of Education, F201)

  • SEPTEMBER 21 – SEPTEMBER 25, 2009

  • Arrangement of placements

  • Faculty Advisor

  • Evaluations


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  • PRACTICE TEACHING CLASS

  • Week of October 5, 2009

  • Professor Olive Ridler

  • Focus on weeks 2 & 3 (Oct. 13 – 23)

  • Classroom Observation Day (October 13)

  • Practice Teaching Report


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  • PRACTICE TEACHING CLASS

  • Week of November 9

  • Professor Olive Ridler

  • Review of Session 1

  • Focus on weeks 4, 5, 6, (Nov. 16-Dec. 4)

  • Practice Teaching Report


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  • PRACTICE TEACHING CLASS

  • Week of February 1

  • Professor Olive Ridler

  • Overview of Session 2 (Feb. 8-26 & Mar. 1-26)

  • Practice Teaching Report


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  • CLASSES/WORKSHOPS

  • PT CLASS - WEEK OF OCTOBER 26

  • Resume Writing Workshop, Lianne Gagne

  • PT CLASS - WEEK OF NOVEMBER 2

  • Job Search Workshop (JS)

  • Lianne Gagne (Student Affairs, A201B)

  • OCTOBER 30

  • Federation Workshops (ETFO, OECTA, OSSTF)

  • NOVEMBER 10

  • OSSTF (Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation)


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  • WORKSHOPS

  • NOVEMBER 13

  • QECO (Qualifications Evaluation Council of Ontario)

  • DECEMBER 11

  • Ontario College of Teachers

  • Interview Skills Workshop

  • JANUARY 29 (FRIDAY)

  • School Board Information Fair



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5. Student teaching is expensive and you are responsible for making your own arrangements regarding transportation and living accommodations. You should take into consideration that travel time is necessary and you can expect that a long commute (an hour or more) to your placement is not unreasonable. In some cases, you may be required to travel to a placement that is not accessible by public transportation. In these cases, you will be required to make your own arrangements regarding transportation.


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Now, please direct your attention to #6 making your own arrangements regarding transportation and living accommodations. You should take into consideration that travel time is necessary and you can expect that a long commute (an hour or more) to your placement is not unreasonable. In some cases, you may be required to travel to a placement that is not accessible by public transportation. In these cases, you will be required to make your own arrangements regarding transportation.


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6. The Practicum Registration Forms, completed by candidates as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition, the candidate cannot make demands of the Practice Teaching Office with respect to a specific placement by requesting a particular school, teacher or grade/subject.


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Board Choice Form as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

We strongly recommend that you research the hiring practices of school boards. It could have an impact on how you choose your school boards.


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FALL PLACEMENT BLOCK as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

2009

AUG. 31-SEPT. 04 Orientation/Classes

SEPT. 07-11(LABOUR DAY, SEPT. 7)

CLASSROOM ORIENTATION WEEK 1

SEPT. 14-18 Classes at Nipissing University

SEPT. 21-25 Classes at Nipissing University

SEPT. 28-OCT. 02 Classes at Nipissing University

OCT. 05-09Classes at Nipissing University

OCT. 13-16PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 2

(THANKSGIVING, OCT. 12)

OCT. 19-23PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 3

OCT. 26-30 Classes at Nipissing University

NOV. 02-06 Classes at Nipissing University

NOV. 09-13 Classes at Nipissing University

NOV. 16-20 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 4

NOV. 23-27 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 5

NOV. 30-DEC. 04 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 6

DEC. 07-11 Classes at Nipissing University

DEC. 14-18 Classes at Nipissing University

DEC. 21-25 BREAK

Fall Block


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WINTER PLACEMENT BLOCK as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

Option Courses:

Native Education

Outdoor Education

Kindergarten

Other:

International

Special Education

*Alternative placements are three weeks

2010

DEC. 28-JAN. 01 BREAK

JAN. 04-08 Classes at Nipissing University

JAN. 11-15 Classes at Nipissing University

JAN. 18-22 Classes at Nipissing University

JAN. 25-29 Classes at Nipissing University

FEB. 01-05 Classes at Nipissing University

FEB. 08-12 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 7

FEB. 16-19PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 8

(Family Day Feb. 15)

FEB. 22-26 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 9

MAR. 01-05 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 10

MAR. 08-12 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 11

MAR. 15-19Study Week

MAR. 22-26 PRACTICE TEACHING WEEK 12

MAR. 29-APR. 02 Classes at Nipissing University (Good Friday Apr. 02)

APR. 05-09 (Easter Monday Apr. 5) Classes at Nipissing University

APR. 12-16Classes at Nipissing University

APR. 19-23Classes at Nipissing University

APR. 26-30 EXAMS

Winter Block


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EXAMPLE PRACTICE TEACHING PLACEMENT as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

  • Junior/Intermediate student – NO OPTIONS:

  • Fall Block – Grade 7/8

  • Winter Block – Grade 4-6


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EXAMPLE PRACTICE TEACHING PLACEMENT as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

  • Junior/Intermediate student – WITH OPTIONS:

  • Fall Block – Grade 7/8

  • Winter Block – Feb. 8-26 International

  • Mar. 1-26 Grade 4 - 6


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ASSOCIATE TEACHER’S KIT as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

The associate teacher practicum kit contains:

General Practice Teaching Information for the Associate Teacher

Practice Teaching Calendar – Session One

Advance Information Forms

Payment Information

Associate Teacher Tuition Credit Program Information

Associate Teacher Additional Qualifications Course

Practice Teaching Reports (CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION)

Graded Practice Teaching Report (Oct. 12-23) – due November 6th

Graded Practice Teaching Report (Nov. 16-Dec. 4) – due December 18th

Practice Teaching Handbook

Return Envelopes


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SUBJECT MATTER FOR STUDENT LESSONS as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

PRIMARY/JUNIOR

Faculty of Education students who are in the primary/junior division study subject areas according to the following schedule:

Language Arts and Math are studied throughout the year. Science, Music, Visual Art, Social Studies and Physical Education and Health are studied either semester one or two.


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SUBJECT MATTER FOR STUDENT LESSONS as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

JUNIOR/INTERMEDIATE

Faculty of Education students who are in the junior/intermediate division study subject areas according to the following schedule:

Language Arts is studied throughout the year. Math, Science, Music, Visual Art, Social Studies and Physical Education and Health are studied either semester one or two.


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SUBJECT MATTER FOR STUDENT LESSONS as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

INTERMEDIATE/SENIOR

Faculty of Education students who are in the intermediate/senior division take two electives all year and have exposure to teaching methodology in a few subjects other than their teaching subjects.


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ADVANCE INFORMATION FOR STUDENT TEACHER as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

STUDENT TEACHER NAME:________________ SECTION #_______________

ASSOCIATE TEACHER:____________________________________________

SCHOOL: _______________________ CITY:___________________________

ASSOCIATE TEACHER E-MAIL ADDRESS (OPTIONAL): ________________

DATE(S): Oct. 13-Oct. 23, 2009 GRADES: ____________

Please note that this form is for outlining areas of study rather than the assignment of specific lessons.

_________________________________________________________________

Field of Study Units, Topic, Books, Learning Materials, etc.

Associate teacher has student’s Nipissing email address to send advance information.


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ADVANCE INFORMATION FOR STUDENT TEACHER as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

STUDENT TEACHER NAME:________________ SECTION #_______________

ASSOCIATE TEACHER:____________________________________________

SCHOOL: _______________________ CITY:___________________________

ASSOCIATE TEACHER E-MAIL ADDRESS (OPTIONAL): ________________

DATE(S): Nov. 16-Dec. 04, 2009 GRADES: ____________

Please note that this form is for outlining areas of study rather than the assignment of specific lessons.

_________________________________________________________________

Field of Study Units, Topic, Books, Learning Materials, etc.

Associate teacher has student’s Nipissing email address to send advance information.


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WHEN WILL I RECEIVE MY EVALUATION? as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

  • Associate Teacher mails or emails your report to the Practice Teaching Office

  • Report is reviewed and entered into the database as being “received”

  • Report is sent for copying, which can take up to 1 week due to volume

  • Report will be placed in your section mailbox once processed

  • PLEASE BE PATIENT

  • If your Associate Teacher gives the report directly to you, YOU MUST bring it to the PT Office (F201)


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QUESTIONS? as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

  • Direct practice teaching questions to:

  • - Olive Ridler - Faculty Advisor - Practice Teaching Officer


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ANNOUNCEMENTS as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

  • Nipissing University student email

  • Section mailbox

  • Bulletin board outside Faculty of Education (F201)


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Thank you for your attention. as part of the pre-registration procedures, serve only as a guideline for allocation. Candidates MUST NOT undertake negotiations with a school board, individual schools, or teachers to arrange placements. In addition,

Have a great day!


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