K-12 Student Teaching (EDU 470)
Term: 2013-2014 Academic Year Spring Term
Teaching candidates are assigned to a school district and supervised by a certified teacher at the elementary and/or middleschool/junior high and/or secondary level for70 days. During this period they will fulfill obligations and responsibilities similar to those of the cooperating teacher. This course is part of the professional semester and is taken along with a 2-credit seminar which is part of the 16 hours for degree students. Students also meet during the professional semester for seminar requirements. This course is offered Credit/No Credit only. The DWU Student Teacher Handbook and seminar syllabus serve as the course syllabus. Prerequisites: Completion of all coursework required for graduation, 2.7 GPA, acceptance from the education department faculty and approval for student teaching placement.