This is the culminating fourteen-week practicum required of all teacher candidates who will apply for an elementary license. The teacher candidate collaborates with a master teacher to plan, and develop lessons according to Bloom’s Taxonomy as well as the intellectual, personal and social levels of a diverse K-6 student population. Teacher candidates teach appropriate classes and content to K-6 students in an accredited elementary school under the supervision of a licensed cooperating teacher and a college supervisor who specializes in elementary education. Teacher candidates must implement a variety of assessment methods according to the learning styles of the K-6 students. All required coursework must be completed prior to participating in a student teaching experience.
Prerequisites: EDUC 300, EDUC 311, EDUC 313, EDUC 325, EDUC 342, EDUC 370, EDUC 400, EDUC 430, EDUC 481, EDUC 483, EDUC 484, EDUC 485, and EDUC 486
EDUC 494 Student Teaching: Elementary