TED610 Best Internship Practices
Lead Faculty: Dr. Clara Amador-Lankster
This course is designed to provide learning opportunities for candidates to integrate and reflect on the knowledge, skills, abilities and dispositions acquired in the pre-service coursework with their student teaching experience.
- Understand the importance of their roles and responsibilities as K – 12 classroom teachers and demonstrate an ethical code of behavior, as responsible citizens in their respective learning environments within the cultural context of their community.
- Define culture and describe the culture of their students, classroom, school and community.
- Create a classroom management system that optimizes student learning.
- Identify and describe a variety of learner profiles including English Language Learners.
- Use reflective practices with peers, support providers and other professional educators to advance self-improvement in classroom management and instructional planning.
- Identify what constitutes effective differentiation and reflect on its significance for student learning.
- Implement a lesson plan that shows evidence of differentiation by level of readiness, interest and/or learning profile for a specific group of students.
- Identify key on-grade assessment measures and explain their structure and purpose.
- Analyze the structure and overall of scope of differing assessment plans aligned to their subject matter and grade level(s).