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SPED 219G - Student Teaching in Inclusive/General Education Settings

Semester Hours: 3
Fall, Spring
Full-time student teaching for matriculated students with no teaching certification seeking a master’s degree as well as certification in students with disabilities (birth-grade 2 or grades 1-6) as well as early childhood or childhood education. Students are placed in inclusive/general education settings that correspond to their level of certification. University supervisors visit periodically in each setting. Mandatory weekly seminars focus on the analysis of teaching behavior using research-based best practice theory as well as the development of reflective practice skills. Upon completion of student teaching, students must have completed all state-mandated seminars addressing issues of child abuse and abduction, substance abuse, violence prevention, fire and arson prevention and safety education and anti-bullying. Successful completion of 219G and SPED 219S  meet the standards set by the Council for Exceptional Children. Admission by permission of adviser and application to the Office of Field Placement and the Department of Specialized Programs in Education  by May 1 for the succeeding spring semester and February 15 for the succeeding fall semester.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Completion of all core courses. SPED 219C  may be substituted for this course or SPED 219S , with departmental approval. Students must register for SPED 219G and 219S  concurrently. Pass/Fail grade only. (Formerly Student Teaching in Inclusive/Special Education Settings.)

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