SPED 4476 - Student Teaching/Seminar: Special Education K-12 Adapted Curriculum
Student teaching is a planned sequence of experiences in the student’s area of specialization conducted in an approved school setting under the supervision and coordination of a university supervisor and a cooperating teacher. During student teaching, the student must demonstrate the competencies identified for his/her specific teaching field in an appropriate grade level setting. The student is assigned 15 weeks in a school setting. In addition, the student participates in 8-10 on-campus seminars scheduled throughout the semester.
Credit Hours: (15) (O)
Restriction(s): Admission to Teacher Education; admission to Special Education Program; application to Student Teaching; completion of electronic portfolio Evidence 2 and Evidence 3.
General Education Requirement(s) Satisfied: Oral Communication (O)
Most Recently Offered (Day): Spring 2018, Fall 2017, Spring 2017
Most Recently Offered (Evening): Course has not been offered at this time in the past 3 years
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