Principles of Teaching - Dual

Principles of Teaching - Dual

Teaching instructing students in math.
  • The content includes, but is not limited to, competencies and skills needed to become a professional in the field of education. This includes an understanding of education in the United States, the ability to work effectively with all students, educational technology, classroom management, student assessment, communication skills, and other skills needed to support the learning activities of students.
    This class is intended for students articulating to a 4 year University to major in Education. Students in this program earn Honors academic credit.

     

     Next Start Date: January 8, 2020

    2019-2020 School Calendar

    Registration

    High school JUNIORS ONLY WITH A 2 YEAR COMMITMENT. admittance is based on current academic course history, grade point average, FSA scores, attendance record and faculty recommendation.

    Principles of Teaching includes:

    Observation & Field experience hours

    • A minimum of 20 hours of field experience and guided observations during Introduction to the Teaching Profession.
    • A minimum of 30 hours of planned, guided observations during Human Growth and Development.
    • A minimum of 50 hours of guided observations and field experiences during Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction.
    • A minimum of 150 hours of internship in an approved setting during Principles of Teaching Internship.

    *Field experience hours can be earned in a variety of settings, such as academic classrooms, CTE classrooms, ESE classrooms or an adult classroom.  Students can also earn hours at any elementary school, middle school, or high school.

    Industry Certifications Offered in this Program

    Workforce Accepted (Non-Articulated):

    • Parapro Exam

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