Dec 07, 2021  
2020-2021 Rivier Academic Catalog 
2020-2021 Rivier Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ED 420 - Student Teaching and Seminar

This course provides the student approximately 14 weeks of full-time school experiences in one or two settings under the supervision and mentoring of state-certified cooperating teachers and college supervisors. Placements are based on the experiences, background, and program of the student and require approval of the program director. Observations and assessments are made by the college supervisors during the placements. Students must successfully demonstrate the appropriate knowledge, skills, and dispositions essential for teaching and learning. Weekly seminars focus on a variety of professional topics designed to prepare students for the profession. Students construct a professional portfolio reflecting on teaching and learning that provides evidence for meeting the New Hampshire Department of Education Teacher certification competencies. Students planning to complete their student teaching meet with their faculty advisor by February 1 for fall and by October 15 for the spring. The Student Teaching Handbook provides the students with further information regarding the competencies and roles and responsibilities.

Prerequisites & Notes
Acceptance into the Professional Educator Preparation Program (PEPP), positive disposition reports, successful completion of all education courses and field experience teaching requirements.

Offered: Fall and spring.

Credits: 12

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