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LIST OF EXHIBITS FOR STANDARD 3

EXHIBIT 3b.3

Field Experiences and Clinical Practice Programs

Table 6

Field Experiences and Clinical Practice by Program 

 

 

Program

 

Field Experiences

 (Observation and/or Practicum)

Clinical Practice

 (Student Teaching or

Internship)

Total Number of Hours

1.  Early Childhood      Education PK-3

230 hours of observing, tutoring, direct teaching in early childhood setting.

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hrs. of observation and participation.

 
500 hrs.  total

2.  Elementary     Education

247 hours of observing, tutoring, direct teaching at the elementary level grades 1-5

 270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hrs. of observation and participation

 
517 hrs.  total

3.  Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT):  Elementary Education

200 hours of observing, tutoring, direct teaching at the elementary level grades 1-5.

 270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hrs. of observation and participation or an internship may be approved in lieu of student teaching.

  
470 hrs.  total

 

4.  Middle School Education Grades
 4-8

180 hours of observing, tutoring, direct teaching at the middle school level grades 4-8

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hrs. of observation and participation.

   
450 hrs. total

5.  Special Education Mild/Moderate Disabilities

180 hours of observation and direct teaching in special education classes.

80 hours of practicum besides regular student teaching

   
260 hrs. total

6.  Special Education (advanced)  Masters

110 field-based hours in five (5) courses

Observations, Direct teaching, assessing/teaching

    
110 hrs. total

7.  Masters of Arts in Teaching:  Mild/Moderate Special Education

200 field-based hours over 16 MAT classes.

 

180 hours of student teaching in a 16 week semester or an internship may be approved in lieu of student teaching (125)

 


 380 hrs. total

 305 with      internship

8.  SPED: Early Intervention (Concentration)

95 field-based hours in seven (7) courses

Observations, interviews, case study

    
95 hrs.  total

9.        SPED:  Educational   Diagnostician
 (Concentration)

225 field-based hours in five (7) courses

One-on-one test administration, case study, collaborative unit

     
225 hrs. total

10.     SPED:  Gifted    (Concentration)

 

76 field-based hours in four (4) courses of which 45 is Laboratory Practicum in Teaching the Gifted

 

      
76 hrs. total

11.     English Education

180 hours of observing and/or tutoring at the secondary level.

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hours are observation and participation

     
450 hrs. total

12.     French/Spanish Education

190 hours of observing and/or tutoring or which twenty (20) hours is a field experience practicum at the secondary level.

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hours are observation and participation.

     
460 hrs. total

13.     Health and Physical Education K-12

180 hours of observing and/or tutoring at both the elementary and secondary levels.

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 110 hours are observation and participation.

      
 450 hrs. total

14.     Mathematics Education

180 hours of observing and/or tutoring at the secondary level.

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hours are observation and participation

    
450 hrs. total

15.     Science Education

180 hours of observing and/or tutoring at the secondary level.

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hours are observation and participation

    
450 hrs. total

16.     Social Studies Education

180 hours of observing and/or tutoring at the secondary level which includes a 20 hour practicum in Social Studies

270 hours of which 180 is student teaching and 90 hours are observation and participation

    
450 hrs. total

17.     Educational Leadership Masterís

180 hours of field experience which demonstrates the application of the knowledge and skills emphasized in each of the five instructional seminars.

180 final internship experience in which the action research proposal is submitted for evaluation as part of the Professional School Leader Portfolio


360 hrs.  total

18.     Educational Technology Facilitator

Teachers in this program will complete a practicum using their own school settings for field-based activities.  The amount of field activity varies by candidate and activity.

ETEC 620 requires 20 hrs. of clock time.

ETEC 680 requires 50 hours.

Field hours for other courses are required but the number is at the discretion of the professor.

 70 hours

Total hours will vary depending on the area of concentration

19.     Educational Technology Leadership

Teachers in this program will complete a practicum using their own school and other school settings for field-based activities.  A minimum of 300 clock hours are required. The amount of field activity varies by candidate and activity.

EDL 660 requires 30 hours, EDL 661 requires 30 hours, EDL 662 requires 30 hours, EDL 663 requires 30 hours, EDL 664 requires 30 hours, EDL 665 requires 150 hours.

   
 300 hours total

 

20.     Curriculum and Instruction Masters

Core curriculum requires that a 2 hour comparison study and two (2) action research projects be submitted in three of the five courses.

Case studies, action research implementation, observation, interview

50 hours

21.     Educational Leadership Doctorate

Doctoral courses:  Field work is built into the courses as deemed appropriate by the instructors.  Field work is recorded in Pass-Port for each of the three folios required for the doctoral candidates. 

Internship elective three semester hour

course:  150 hours of field experience with

types of experience jointly decided by candidate, educational supervisor and program advisor.

Total number of hours will vary depending upon the program path of the doctoral candidate.

 

  

 


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