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  1. Medaille College Preparing for the Student Teaching Experience 2009-2010

  2. Dr. Robert A. Di Sibio, Associate Dean, SAGE Enrollment, and Executive Director, Canadian Ed. Program rdisibio@medaille.edu Susan Lowrey, Administrative Asst., Canadian Ed. Program susan.m.lowrey@medaille.edu Maria Weimer, Coordinator, Student Teaching/Cert. Office maria.weimer@medaille.edu Renee Locke, Administrative Asst. Student Teaching/Cert. Office renee.m.locke@medaille.edu Deborah Allen, Secretary, Student Teaching Office deborah.allen@medaille.edu Important Contact People

  3. First Student Teaching Placement Canadian Students: Monday, September 7, 2009 - Friday, October 23, 2009 US Students: Tuesday, September 8, 2009 – Friday, October 23, 2009 Second Student Teaching Placement Canadian Students: Monday, November 2, 2009 – Thursday, December 10, 2009 US Students: Monday, November 2, 2009 – Thursday, December 10, 2009 Student Teaching ScheduleFall 2009 Interim Week: Monday, October 26, 2009 – Friday, October 30, 2009 Student Teacher Exit Meeting: Friday, December 11, 2009

  4. Student Teaching Schedule Interim Week: October 26 – October 30, 2009 • Arrange to meet your 2nd placement Associate Teacher • Collect original evaluation forms and keep lesson observations and rubrics from your first placement • Schedule to meet with someone from the Office of Student Teaching/Certification, if needed • Attend optional seminars on resume writing and interviewing (http://www.medaille.edu/studentteaching) • Initiate an optional credential file by contacting the Career Planning and Placement Office at 1.800.292.1582, ext. 2211

  5. Student Teaching Requirements • Language Arts • Literacy • Mathematics • Science • Social Studies • Career development • Administration • Evaluation • Learning climate • Planning • Computer Instruction • Creative Arts For a detailed listing by program, go to “Preparing for the Student Teaching Experience” at www.medaille.edu/studentteaching

  6. Suggested Timetable for Student Teaching Experience – Week 1 • Observe teaching procedures • Become acquainted with curriculum scope of group & curriculum materials employed by associate teacher • Observe & become acquainted with classroom & school routines • Observe children in order to become aware of the children’s needs • Assume responsibility for limited teaching activities—teach a small group; read a story; take children to lunch; assist in arrival & dismissal of children

  7. Suggested Timetable for Student Teaching Experience – Week 2 • Gain insights into the long-range plans for the year • Become acquainted with social personnel • Assume teaching responsibility for classroom activities, i.e. children in small groups • Discover scope & sequence of school curriculum • Investigate the resources of the school • Become an active participant in school activities • Assume greater responsibility for non-teaching activities • Plan & teach lessons with total group

  8. Suggested Timetable for Student Teaching Experience – Week 3 • Continue observation & participate as previously stated • Assume complete responsibility for all non-teaching duties • Assume full responsibility for two full teaching periods • Gain insight into home background of children • Indicate ability to locate and handle school teaching aids • Assume select responsibility of possible co-curricular or extracurricular activities

  9. Suggested Timetable for Student Teaching Experience – Week 4 • Continue previous activities • Assume responsibility for execution of the plans for more teaching responsibility • Assume complete responsibility for new learning area (unit teaching) • Indicate knowledge of available community resources & indicate ability to use these resources

  10. Suggested Timetable for Student Teaching Experience – Week 5 • Continue with previous stated activities • Plan & execute program for up to one week now or by week six Suggested Timetable for Student Teaching Experience – Week 6-7 • Continue with responsibility from other weeks, or what associate teacher plans for student teacher • Visit other classrooms to observe different strategies techniques, etc.

  11. Student Teaching Tips • Becoming acquainted with the school • The children • Planning • Management • The Associate Teacher & the College Supervisor • Professional attire • Cell phones

  12. See “Preparing for the Student Teaching Experience handbook on www.medaille.edu/studentteaching for the complete list

  13. And when you’ve completed your placements… • Student Teaching Exit Meeting • U.S./Canadian Education student teachers have a mandatory student teaching exit meeting on Friday, December 11, 2009 • Details on the times, location and schedule of events will be available on the Student Teaching website at http://www.medaille.edu/studentteaching/

  14. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) • FAQ’s found on the Office of Student Teaching/Certification website at: http://www.medaille.edu/studentteaching