Course Information

another search

Number:ED446
Name:Student Teaching for Secondary Education
Description:Secondary Education students with strong teaching skills and a depth of content knowledge in the discipline they wish to teach are provided with an experience in a partner school or schools. Under the direct supervision of a cooperating teacher, student teachers will become responsible for planning and teaching lessons, designing and implementing assessment and evaluation tools, and assuming all other duties required by the cooperating teacher. Students must select a major or concentration in: English, history, or mathematics. A Thomas College Supervisor will observe student teachers in the classroom, confer with the cooperating teachers, and take part in evaluation of the student teacher's performance. Student teaching, as the culminating an opportunity to synthesize academic knowledge, educational theory, and prior field experiences in order to facilitate learning for all students and to develop professional attitudes of confidence, initiative, adaptability, comfort, and responsibility in the classroom.
Credit(s):12
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):
Completion of all required education courses, successful completion of the Praxis I and II

Course Objectives for ED446 not found.


Books Previously Used for ED446 not found.

Thomas College. Beyond Education.