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During the Spring semester of your senior year, after you have completed all of your coursework and have passed your Praxis II exam, you will spend fourteen weeks student teaching in a middle school or high school classroom EDUC400 (Student Teaching: Social Studies) is your 9-credit teaching practicum. You will work closely with your cooperating teacher, your supervisor, and your Methods professor. At the same time, we will prepare you in your student teaching seminar, HIST493 (Problems in Teaching History and Social Studies), to seek out and get that perfect teaching position---to get a job at last!
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Teaching is a full-time job (plus!) that demands your full effort!
Please avoid trying to hold part time jobs while student teaching. The more
successful you are as a student teacher, the better your job prospects are for
is a 9-credit student teaching experience that combines teaching and
observation. The Office of Clinical
Studies determines the beginning and end dates of student teaching in
order to adhere to State of Delaware requirements for certification.
Observation time is
that time when the student teacher is watching someone else do something.
Teaching hours are defined as whenever
the student teacher is working with or responsible for children. This includes
hall duty, cafeteria duty,etc. Most student teachers end their experience
with far more actual teaching hours than observation hours.
Student teachers are
responsible for recording their time. A self-reporting log form is
provided below for recording student teaching time. Student teachers should
place the log where s/he will see them on a daily basis and remember to record
his/her hours each day. Reconstructing hours, after the fact, is extremely
Area school districts require
those working in their buildings to dress professionally. Review these commonsense guidelines and make sure to review the dress code at your
field placement site.
Schools reserve the
right to ask candidates to remove jewelry (e.g., pierced body jewelry) or to leave the placement to change their