Student Teaching Performance Expectations

Course Description

TED 530B: Student Teaching II comprises the second half of a semester long Student Teaching experience. Candidates are placed with certified P12 Supervising Teachers. Candidates must successfully demonstrate competency in the six Teaching Performance Expectations (TPE) Domains. Grading is S or U.

Learning Outcomes

  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in making subject matter comprehensible to all P12 learners. (TPE Domain A)
  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in assessing P12 student learning. (TPE Domain B)
  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in engaging and supporting P12 students in learning. (TPE Domain C)
  • Integrate knowledge and skills in planning and designing learning experiences for P12 students. (TPE Domain D)
  • Integrate knowledge and skills in creating and maintaining effective learning environments for all P12 students. (TPE Domain E)
  • Integrate knowledge and skills in developing as a professional educator. (TPE Domain F)

Prerequisites

Corequisite

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