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Student teaching forms and handbook

Student Teaching Coordinator for Adolescence, Childhood, MAT Art and TESOL: 

Dr. Jacque Kibbey 
216C Hewitt Union

Student Teaching Handbook Spring 2016 [PDF]
TK20 - School of Education Assessment Site

Spring 2016 Student Teachers

 Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings: 

Q3 Orientation Meeting and EDU 430/530 First Class Meeting: 
     Thursday, January 21:  8:45– 3:00 p.m. 
     Location: Hewitt Union Ballroom
     Friday, January 22:  8:30 – 12:30 p.m. 
     Location: Hewitt Union Ballroom
     (snow dates January 22 and 23)

Q4  Orientation Meeting: 
     Friday, March 18:  8:45 – 3:00 p.m.
     Location: Sheldon Hall Ballroom

Note: If you plan to student teach in NYC, your orientation will be at a different time and location – you will be notified by email when the information becomes available. 

Q3 Student Teaching Dates: January 25–March 17

Q4 Student Teaching Dates: March 21–May 12

Vacation Schedule: The student teacher will observe the same holiday schedule as the school district in which he/she is student teaching, not the College Calendar schedule.

Evaluations, Forms and Guides

Content Specific Forms:

Adolescence English 7-12

Adolescence Mathematics 7-12

Adolescence Modern Language 7-12

Adolescence Sciences  7-12

Adolescence Social Studies  7-12

Childhood 1-6


Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)




Special Education Grades 1-6


Additional Student Teaching Forms