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Teacher Education Program Survival Guide Tasha Bennett, Christine Gold, Amber Hermes, and Rebecca Richardson. Teacher Education Program People T o Know. Who To Know. Faculty Advisor- Log into MyUHV go to Student Center on your right you will see your advisors name.

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Teacher education program people t o know

Teacher Education ProgramSurvival GuideTasha Bennett, Christine Gold, Amber Hermes, and Rebecca Richardson



Who to know
Who To Know

  • Faculty Advisor- Log into MyUHV go to Student Center on your right you will see your advisors name.

  • Certification Analyist- Ana Laura Pineda and Deborah Westbrook


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Who To Know

  • Educator Preparation Office (EPO) Room 222 West Building

  • TeXes Academy Coordinator- Dr. Young

  • Director of Field Experiences- Dr. Barnhill

  • Professors


What courses should i take and when
What Courses Should I Take and When?

  • You must take your Block 1 courses first! Pay close attention to what you can take with Block 1 & what you’re allowed to take after you complete Block 1 classes.

  • In addition to Block 1 courses, you should take at least one of your Upper Level Requirement courses if you have not completed them already. Try to get those done as soon as possible.

  • I would advise taking ENGL 3430 (Professional Writing), SCIE 3320 (Physical Science), and the 2 Math Courses to get those out of the way.


What classes should i take together
What Classes Should I Take Together?

  • When registering for classes, take the time and read the course descriptions.

  • Everyone is eager to finish up Block 1 classes and be one step closer to student teaching, but, registering for classes without knowing what the requirements for each class are could result in A LOT of work in the course that maybe you’re not prepared for.


What classes should i take together cont
What Classes Should I Take Together cont.

  • Consider taking a LITY course with a CUIN, ANTH, SPED, and MATH course.

  • For example:

    LITY 3320 (Foundations of Literacy)

    CUIN 3324 (Classroom management)

    ANTH 3311 (Anthropology)

    SPED 3321 (Exceptional Children)

    MATH 3318 (Concepts in Math I)


What courses should i keep separate
What Courses Should I Keep Separate?

  • Don’t take your CUIN science, math, or history classes together!

  • Your higher level (junior/senior) classes require more time and dedication and it may get overwhelming at times.

  • After Block 1 you don’t have to take your classes in order. When taking CUIN 4316, CUIN 4322, and CUIN 4324 register for a class that may not require as many projects, tests, or group work to balance everything out.


What about minimesters and summer school
What About Minimesters and Summer School?

  • YES! YES! YES!

  • If any course offers a minimester, register for it!

  • A minimester is fast paced three week course but that’s just one more class you have out of the way!

  • Summer school courses are two days a week if they’re face to face, that last up to 4 hours depending on the class.

  • I recommend taking one summer school class per summer session if you’re able to do a minimester. If not, take up to 3 summer classes. One online and two face to face but don’t overdo it!


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What About Minimesters and Summer School?

  • YES! YES! YES!

  • If any course offers a minimester, register for it!

  • A minimester is fast paced three week course but that’s just one more class you have out of the way!

  • Summer school courses are two days a week if they’re face to face, that last up to 4 hours depending on the class.

  • I recommend taking one summer school class per summer session if you’re able to do a minimester. If not, take up to 3 summer classes. One online and two face to face but don’t overdo it!



Shoot for the stars
Shoot for the stars!

  • Honors!! What are they and how do I get them?

  • GP-What?!

  • Cum Laude 3.50-3.67 GPA

  • Magna Cum Laude 3.68-3.84 GPA

  • Summa Cum Laude 3.85-4.0 GPA

  • Only UHV courses count!

  • How do I Know my GPA?


Somebody help me
Somebody Help Me!

  • Study Buddy!!!

  • Check over courses.

  • Find the best combinations!

  • Research and ask around!

  • Rate my Teacher!!!

  • Be prepared for a hard semester!


Additional information
Additional information

  • Sign your degree plan!

  • Get to know your peers.

  • Get in the school system NOW!

  • Know what lies ahead and PREPARE!



Professionalism1
Professionalism

  • Desire to Educate

  • Role Model

  • Organizational skills

  • Positive attitude

  • Respectful to peer and mentors

  • Commitment and Engagement

  • Creative, Energetic, and patient


Professionalism2
Professionalism

Making a Good First Impression

  • Remember that these are the people that will be giving your references and interviews

  • Dress appropriately and follow district rules

  • Acting appropriately and responsible


Professionalism and technology
Professionalism and Technology

  • Keep in touch with professors

  • Do not wait until the night before to email them with a problem

  • Write emails using professional language and leave out text jargon


Professionalism and technology1
Professionalism and Technology

  • Watch what you post on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter

  • Set privacy settings on these types of sites so others cannot post things about you without approval