Student TeachingThe application for spring 2015 student teaching is now available.
Please review the documents included below for detailed
information regarding the application process.
ALL STUDENT TEACHER CANDIDATES MUST ATTEND A
CANDIDATE INFORMATION MEETING.
Tuesday, September 9 3:00 PM Engleman B121 B
Friday, September 12 12:00 PM Davis 122
Monday, September 15 6:00 PM Morrill 108
Tuesday, September 23 4:00 PM Morrill 103
Wednesday, October 1 1:00 PM Davis 120
APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE: NOW
Candidates may establish their application and prepare documents but should NOT attach documents or submit their application until they attend an information meeting and meet with a representative from the Office of Clinical Field Placements to review their materials. See below for information regarding meeting schedules. Individual appointments are scheduled at information meetings. All meetings will occur January & February 2014.
Candidates submitting a complete application by August 15 will have first placement consideration. Applications must be complete and are pending subject area department approval. Completed applications include:
Completed TK20 application (including reviewed resume, cover letter, & philosophy statement)
REQUIRED: Attendance at a general information meeting AND individual consultation meeting to review application materials
Proof of background check & fingerprints on file (background check must have been processed after May 2, 2012
Acceptance into the School of Education
Minimum GPA of 2.7 & completion of all required PRAXIS & ACTFAL TESTS posted
- LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Applications for Spring 2015 will be available November 1, 2014.
APPLICATION PACKET INFORMATION:
- Timeline & Important Information
- Candidate Checklist
- Student Teaching Dates
- Application Instructions
- Application Sample (APPLICATION MUST BE COMPLETED IN TK20)
- Sample Cover Letters & Resumes
For additional questions, please contact us at:
Office of Clinical Field Experiences & School of Education Student Services
110 Davis Hall, SCSU