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______ Attend the mandatory Social Studies orientation session in early October.
______ Complete courses that satisfy general University and College requirements, i.e. Math 114, English 110, and foreign language courses.
______ Maintain GPA requirements for admission to student teaching (2.75 cumulative, 3.0 major GPAs).
______ Save all of your coursework and syllabi for your Inquiry and Analysis Portfolio!
______ Take A & S General Education courses that also count toward the Related Coursework requirement for your major—(see your checklist).
______ Begin to take
your required courses that have a practicum: (HIST316, EDUC419, EDUC413) *(see
note below). HIST316 is only offered during the fall semester. As each course
requires setting off time for your practicum, these courses should not be taken
______ Take HIST315
(offered only in the fall) and EDUC414 in your sophomore or junior year.
Neither course includes a school pracicum.
______ Keep your GPA high enough for admission to student teaching. You must possess a 2.75 cumulative and a 3.0 major GPA by February of your junior year.
______ Save all
of your coursework and syllabi for your Inquiry and Analysis Portfolio!
______ History Education majors: take HIST268.
______ Complete EDUC
courses (419, 414, 413). *(see note below.)
______ Complete HIST315 and HIST316 courses.
______ Complete one portfolio entry draft in the fall semester. Make an appointment with the Social Studies Education Coordinator to go over this draft.
_______Submit passing scores on the CORE (formerly PRAXIS I) to the
University of Delaware before applying for student teaching. Please note:
You may be exempt from taking all or part of the Praxis CORE exam if you
meet certain qualifications such as GPA requirements or achieving a “college
ready” score on tests that measure reading, writing and math such as SAT or
ACT. The Office of Clinical Studies provides more information.
______ The deadline for student teaching applications is in February after the start of Spring Semester (submitted one year before expected date of student teaching). You will need to turn in 4 of 6 Inquiry and Analysis Portfolio entries, as well as the application
materials. Copies of these materials will be available on the Social Studies Education website
beginning in January.
______ GPA requirements: a 2.75 cumulative and a 3.0 major GPA by February of your junior year.
______ In consultation with your advisor during the winter and/or spring, you should make a plan to complete all requirements by graduation. No courses may be taken during student teaching other than the required EDUC400 and HIST493 courses. Fall semester senior year, all students have five required units: HIST491 (3), HIST492 (1), and EDUC 420 (3).
______ Second writing requirement completed and verified.
______ Spring: sign up for the social studies education section of EDUC420 as
part of your fall regimen of classes in your senior year. You will be enrolled
in the correct section of HIST 491 and HIST 492 by the Program Coordinator.
______ History Education majors: take 400-level HIST seminar in the spring semester.
*Note on education courses: you must complete a PPD test and a Criminal Background check before you can take HIST316, EDUC419, EDUC413 and HIST491.