mte507 | Graduate

Orientation To Teacher Education

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This course is designed to provide an orientation to the primary components of the Teacher Education Program. Students will be introduced to the program's progression and degree completion requirements. Field Experience, Electronic Resources, E-Portfolio, Student Teaching, and Teacher Work Sample will be discussed.

This graduate-level course is 1 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 1

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    Student Teaching

    • Examine the relationship between the Student Teaching Seminar courses and the student teaching experience.
    • Identify student teaching materials.
    • Identify student teaching requirements.
    • Define the roles and responsibilities of the student teacher, faculty supervisor, and cooperating (master) teacher.

    Teacher Work Sample

    • Define the Teacher Work Sample (TWS).
    • Explain the relationship between the Teacher Work Sample, student teaching courses, and the student teaching practicum experience.

    Introduction to the Teacher Education Program

    • Identify the program description.
    • Define the mission and purpose of the College of Education.
    • Identify the resources available in the Teacher Education Handbook.
    • Identify program progression requirements.
    • Identify degree completion requirements.

    Field Experience

    • Identify opportunities for field experience.
    • Identify field experience requirements.
    • Examine the Field Experience Record.


    • Define the Direct Response Folio (DRF).
    • Identify the purpose and use of the e-portfolio in the Teacher Education Program.
    • Establish a TaskStream account.
    • Describe the Assignments DRF.
    • Describe the Student Teaching Evaluations DRF.
    • Analyze the differences between the Assignments DRF and the Student Teaching Evaluations DRF.
    • Describe the Personal Presentation and Resource Portfolios.

    Electronic Resources

    • Identify the resources available in the Virtual School.
    • Identify the resources available in the Web Links Library.
    • College of Education Resources video
    • Identify the features of the course materials page.
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