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Student Teaching Enrollment Meeting: Spring 2010 Fall 2010 Spring 2011. Student Teaching Semester. Speech-Language Pathology: 10 weeks Art/PE/Special Education: 8 weeks at elementary AND 8 weeks at middle/junior OR high school

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student teaching semester
Student Teaching Semester
  • Speech-Language Pathology: 10 weeks
  • Art/PE/Special Education: 8 weeks at elementary AND 8 weeks at middle/junior OR high school
  • Elementary Education: 8 weeks at a primary AND 8 weeks at an intermediate level
  • All other majors: 8 weeks middle/junior high AND 8 weeks high school
locations for student teaching
Locations for Student Teaching
  • Indiana
  • Nearby Illinois
  • Cannot student teach in school attended or where you may have family ties
  • Cannot be a paid coach while student teaching in a school/corporation
cultural immersions project
Cultural Immersions Project
  • If interested in student teaching abroad or within the Navaho Nation, please see the Cultural Immersions link on the Education Student Services Website under “Student Teaching”
calendar information
Calendar Information
  • Work according to your host school calendar—not ISU’s calendar
  • May need to make housing changes
  • Spring Break is according to your host school
during student teaching
During Student Teaching
  • You will be assigned a university supervisor who is an adjunct faculty member
  • You are encouraged to not work outside student teaching
  • You may not take classes except those required for your student teaching semester—check with your advisor for the appropriate courses
application process
Application Process

Application is a three-step process:

  • Step 1 – Fill out the “Student Teaching Application Form” in Tk20. (instruction sheet provides more details)
    • If you trouble accessing your account – go to CIRT in lower level of University Hall
    • Meet with your advisor/program coordinator to review placement requests
application process1
Application Process
  • Step 2 – Download the “Student Teaching Placement Resume” in Word format that is linked from Step 1
    • Fill out your information on the form and save on your computer
    • Turn in a total of five printed copies of this document with your original signature on each copy
application process2
Application Process
  • Step 3 – Run an unofficial transcript from your ISU Portal account. (instruction sheet provides more details)
    • Make five copies of your unofficial transcript
    • Attach one copy to each copy of your signed Student Teaching Placement Resume (using paperclips only)
application process3
Application Process
  • Turn all paperwork in to the Education Student Services Office, Room 115, University Hall
  • Applications must be submitted by September 25 only during normal office hours (8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.)
placement process
Placement Process
  • Once applications are received, placement will begin
  • DO NOT contact schools—Education Student Services will do that
  • Notification of placements will be done in Tk20
placement next steps
Placement Next Steps
  • After you receive your placement information, please contact the teacher and arrange a meeting
  • Attend the mandatory Student Teaching Orientation Meeting:
    • In November for Spring Student Teachers
    • In April for Fall Student Teachers
orientation meeting
Orientation Meeting
  • You will:
    • be provided with an overview of your student teaching semester
    • meet a University Supervisor
    • receive universal precautions training
    • meet other student teachers in your area