EDU 404 - Student Teaching and Synthesis Experience
Credit Hour(s): 12
Student teaching for all endorsement levels is an intensive clinical experience in a public school. The experience begins with observation and limited participation and culminates in the assumption of full teaching responsibilities. The student teaching experience will provide for a minimum of 300 clock hours with at least 150 hours spent supervised in direct teaching activities over a twelve week period. The course includes clinical cycles, action research, and an evening seminar. Must be in compliance with all published program requirements, including passing scores on VCLA, Praxis II, and RVE for Elementary Level in order to enroll in this course. This course is designated Writing Intensive (WI). This course has an additional fee. 12 Credit(s). 300 Contact Hour(s). Twelve Weeks in public schools Service Hour(s).
This course is designated Writing Intensive; a grade of C or higher in this course is required for this course to count toward the six credit-hour Writing Intensive graduation requirement for Ferrum College. A student cannot earn a grade of C or higher in this course unless he or she earns a C or higher on the writing assignments required by the course.
Prerequisite(s): EDU 352 - Elementary Education Classroom Management and Differentiated Instructional Strategies
EDU 353 - Elementary/Middle School Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Strategies
EDU 355 - Secondary and Middle School Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Strategies
EDU 357 - Secondary and Middle School Classroom Management and Differentiated Instructional Strategies
EDU 358 - All-Level (Pre-K-12) Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Strategies
EDU 360 - All-Level (Pre-K-12) Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction Strategies
EDU 362 - Elementary Health & Physical Education Methods (PreK-6)
EDU 364 - Adolescent Health and Physical Education Methods (6-12)
Course Session Cycle: Fall and Spring
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