Student Teachers Essay

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Student Teachers
Week 1
* Become familiar with the school.
* Observe in classroom(s).
* Assist with individual or small groups of students and classroom routines; discuss observations with Mentor Teacher.
* Co-plan and/or team-teach lessons with the Mentor Teacher.
* Plan and teach at least two lessons.
* Begin to assume some of the Mentor Teacher's responsibilities in and out of class, up to 50% by week 3.
* Plan a process for reflections, e.g., daily conversations with Mentor Teacher, review of written Professional Reflections.
* Discuss Field Experience expectations with Mentor Teacher and University Facilitator.
* Arrange to obtain Program of ...view middle of the document...

* Plan additions to a Professional Teaching Portfolio.

Week 3
* Increase teaching to 50%.
* Take more responsibility for planning.
* Continue to explore effective classroom management techniques.
* Continue to explore a variety of techniques for measuring student progress.
* Continue ongoing written Professional Reflections.
* Continue to observe in different settings.
* Meet with University Facilitator and attend weekly cohort meetings.
* Continue work on the School Project.
Week 4
* Increase teaching to 80% by week 6.
* Continue to observe in different settings.
* Reflect on experiences to date and complete draft Midpoint Self-Evaluation by end of Week 4 (to be complete early in week 5).
* Set goals for remainder of the Field Experience.
* Meet with University Facilitator and attend weekly cohort meetings.
* Continue ongoing written Professional Reflections.
* Continue work on School Project.
Week 5
* Increase teaching to 80% by week 6.
* Continue to observe in different settings.
* Complete Midpoint Self-Evaluation by beginning of Week 5. Provide Mentor Teacher and University Facilitator with completed evaluation.
* Meet with University Facilitator and attend weekly cohort meetings.
* Continue ongoing written Professional Reflections.
* Continue work on the School Project.
Week 6
* Increase teaching up to 80%.
* Continue to observe in different settings.
* Continue to refine and develop teaching skills and strategies to accommodate individual differences of students in the classroom.
* Meet with University Facilitator and attend weekly cohort meetings. 
* Continue ongoing written Professional Reflections.
* Continue work on the School...

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