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ELEMENTARY TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM. April 1, 2014 Spring Induction. OFFICE OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCES. Jay Mann, Director 260A Education Building 217-333-2561 or jaymann@illinois.edu Eric Hillman, Placement Coordinator Sunny McMurry, Placement Coordinator Jeri Bragg, Office Support

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elementary teacher education program

ELEMENTARY TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM

April 1, 2014

Spring Induction

office of clinical experiences
OFFICE OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

Jay Mann, Director

260A Education Building

217-333-2561 or jaymann@illinois.edu

Eric Hillman, Placement Coordinator

Sunny McMurry, Placement Coordinator

Jeri Bragg, Office Support

Hallie Marshall, Office Support

oce website
OCE WEBSITE

http://education.illinois.edu/ci/oce

The OCE website is for field placement information and clinical assignments. Please bookmark it and consult it frequently and when you have questions.

  • Forms used in clinical experiences
  • Information for coops, supervisors, and students pertaining to clinical experiences
  • Portfolio requirements
  • Links to other sites
cote website
COTE WEBSITE

Council on Teacher Education

  • http://www.cote.illinois.edu/
  • Student portal
  • Online evaluations
  • Criminal Background Check Instructions
  • Bloodborne pathogens training
  • Mandated Reporter Acknowledgement
  • Safety Training
  • Student teaching application
  • Conceptual Framework
  • licensure Requirements
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Endorsements – Additional coursework that qualifies one to teach in specific areas/disciplines
  • Cohort – a group of students
  • Cooperating teacher (coop)– teacher in your assigned classroom
  • Supervisor – university personnel that observe student teachers
  • Field experience, practicum – time in schools
  • Portfolio – collection of artifacts and reflections
  • Standards – expectations for teacher licensure
  • Observation – supervisor visit to classroom
vocabulary cont
VOCABULARY, CONT.
  • Seminar – a group meeting, usually with supervisor
  • Early field experience (EFE) – practica prior to student teaching
  • Student teaching – final semester experience; extended, daily time in classroom
  • Student portal – individual site on CoTE website for record keeping
entering the professional world
ENTERING THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD
  • Your behavior is now open to public scrutiny. You live in a “fishbowl”.
  • Voicemail greetings should be professional.
  • Internet information should be monitored for objectionable materials.
  • Demonstrate high standards of professional performance and attitude. Now is about learning!
  • Make mature decisions for yourself and for your students.
  • Use discretion when discussing field experiences and maintain a tone of professional courtesy.
professional responsibilities attendance
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES ATTENDANCE
  • Arrive on time and stay for the duration of the scheduled field placement.
  • Honor the intended timeframe and sequence of your placement experience
  • If absences or tardiness are necessary, communicate with the cooperating teacher and supervisor, where applicable, make plans for makeup.
  • All absences must be made up.
professional responsibilities attire
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIESATTIRE
  • Professional dress
  • No flip flops
  • No jeans
  • Clothing should be conservative and comfortable
  • Tattoos covered up; piercings removed
  • Your appearance should not be a distraction to the learning in the classroom
placement policies
PLACEMENT POLICIES
  • All placements are made and confirmed by OCE.
  • Placements are subject to change by OCE but not by student request.
  • Placements are made to assure experience in working with diverse students.
  • Placements are not made in a school where a close relative, friend, and/or significant other is employed.
  • UIUC student is responsible for assuring completion of online evaluation by coop and student.
policies cont
POLICIES, CONT.
  • You will also have a chance to confidentially evaluate each cooperating teacher.
  • Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from field placements. We use a 60-mile radius of C-U (a distance placement of over 20 miles should be expected at least once)
  • BBP and CBC, Mandated Reporter, and Safety Training clearance are required prior to entry into classroom.
  • Absences must be made up.
early field experiences
EARLY FIELD EXPERIENCES

Fall 2014 or Spring 2015

CI 405

Fall 2015 CI 406

  • Offered fall or spring of first year
  • 30 hours of field experience in K-8 within 60 mile radius
  • Placement in specialized or self-contained classroom
  • Cooperating teacher evaluates
  • Will be 2 students in classroom; may attend together, not required
  • Fall of second year
  • Tuesday and Wednesday; full days
  • Thursday AM seminar with supervisor
  • K-8 self-contained classrooms
  • University supervisor makes minimum of 4 visits
  • Midterm and final conference
edpr 432 student teaching
EDPR 432 STUDENT TEACHING
  • Spring semester of second year
  • Full time in the classroom
  • Minimum of 4 week full take over
  • Coursework during student teaching still under revision; stay tuned for more information
  • University supervisor makes minimum of 6 visits
  • Midterm and final conference
  • Local, NW suburbs, CPS
  • Evening seminars (vary by location)
student teaching application
Student Teaching Application
  • DUE by April 18, 2014
  • Log into the CoTE portal (http://cote.illinois.edu/) > click on Student Teaching Form Application
  • Fill out the appropriate sections based on your program and as accurately as you can at this time.
  • During September 2014, OCE will re-open the applications for editing; you will receive an email with more information at that time.
  • If your personal information changes between April and August (car, contact number, interest in pursuing ELL/bilingual approvals), please email Jay Mann (jaymann@illinois.edu)
  • You will have a chance to change your placement preferences next fall, if you wish.
student teaching application1
Student Teaching Application
  • Areas are shown on the Northwest Suburb Map
  • Area A – Elgin area
  • Area B – Arlington

Heights/Glenview area

  • Area C – Naperville/

Aurora area

  • Area D – Hinsdale/

La Grange area

  • Map link located

under specific program

main page

  • Prefer Local or CPS;

Enter that as only request

summer assignments
SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS
  • Bookmark OCE and CoTE website for use during the next two years
  • Familiarize yourself with both websites
  • By August 15, clear the Criminal Background Check; Bloodborne pathogens training; Safety Training; and Mandated Reporter Training (all via CoTE)
  • Start thinking about housing and transportation for 2015-2016
announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • When emailing with a question, identify the teacher program and year you are in program.
  • When replying to email, always hit the reply so I have an historical understanding of the email.
  • Read through websites for instructions and information before calling or emailing for assistance.
  • Keep your mailbox cleaned out.
  • Use Illinois account.
welcome to the college of education

WELCOME TO THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Make the most of your two year career preparation