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1 KSC Cooperating Teacher Training Fall 2010 Module 1 Introduction to Expectations and Danielson Framework Mia Manning-Osborn and Amy LaPierre 1/6/11

2 Coursework in Teacher Education Program EDUC 100- Issues in Education EDUC 200- Social Contexts of Education EDSP 202- Development, Exceptionality & Learning Math 171- Structure of Number Systems Math 172- Application of Number Systems EDUC 321- Elementary Methods I- Integrating Literacy, Social Studies and the Arts: First Field Experience EDUC 322- Elementary Methods II- Integrating Math, Science and Literacy: Second Field Experience EDUC 400- Student Teaching EDUC 420- Elementary Student Teaching Seminar

3 EDUC 321 Methods I Content Literacy Development Pedagogy Childrens Literature Arts Integration Social Studies Content Pedagogy Childrens Literature Arts Integration

4 EDUC 321 Methods1 Content Classroom Management Responsive Classroom Transitions Child Guidance Proactive and Reactive Curriculum Development Objectives Standards KSC Lesson Plan format DAP

5 Skills Developed in Methods I Writing objectives Writing lesson plans using KSC format and Standards Overview of literacy development: comprehension, literacy strategies and phonics Reading aloud to a whole classroom

6 Skills Developed in Methods I cont. Transitions: within lessons and between activities Components of Responsive Classroom or social curriculum Researching background knowledge for lessons Beginning classroom management skills Development of pre-professional attitude

7 Read Aloud Diversity Focused Project (Read Aloud 2) Reading Project (Teach a language arts lesson) Social Studies and Arts Integration Project (Teach 3 lessons on a social studies topic) Methods I Assignments To Be Done In Field Placement

8 Expectations for Methods I Cooperating Teachers Welcome your student Meet with student on regular basis Schedule time for student to teach lessons Encourage student to engage with children as much as possible Be transparent in your teacher thinking and planning Complete mid-semester summative evaluations, dispositions and conferences with students Complete final evaluations and dispositions on TK20 Conference with student before end of semester Communicate with college supervisors regularly

9 They will attend for 2 half days each week They will write a KSC lesson plan for any lesson that they teach (or portion of as they learn the process) It will be sent to you on a timeline that YOU request. Please let the KSC supervisor know if this is not happening They may be able to attend other events at school such as field trips, Open Houses if their schedule allows They will provide you with copies of assignments and calendars Methods students cannot be left alone in the class or on the playground with students Expectations for Methods I Students

10 EDUC 322- Methods II Content Math Development K-8 Pedagogy NCTM Content and Process Standards Literacy integration Working with core program at district level Science Development K-8 Pedagogy NSTA Standards Assessment Literacy Integration

11 EDUC 322 Content cont Classroom Management Transitions cont Interventions Basic differentiation Observations of pedagogy at placement school Curriculum Development cont. Refining KSC lesson plan Curriculum integration Assessments Formative Summative Rubrics

12 Methods II Assignments To Be Done in Field Placement Completion of Methods II Field Experience Contract Done at beginning and mid-semester This becomes their primary field focus and assignment Methods II Mathematics Project 3 related lessons on a math topic with literacy and technology integration Methods II Science Project 3 related lessons on a science topic with literacy and technology integration and a rubric assessment

13 Meet with student on regular basis Schedule time for student to teach lessons Be transparent in your teacher thinking and planning Hold student to Field Experience Contract expectations Complete mid-semester summative evaluations, dispositions and conferences with students Complete final evaluations and dispositions on TK20 Conference with student before end of semester Communicate with college supervisors regularly Give students as much independent teaching time as you can Expectations for Methods II Cooperating Teachers

14 Expectations of Your Methods II Student They will attend for 1 full day and 1 half day each week They will write a KSC lesson plan for any lesson that you want them to teach until you are satisfied that they are capable and prepared enough that you no longer require one from them It will be sent to you on a timeline that YOU request. Please let the KSC supervisor know if this is not happening

15 Expectations of Your Methods II Student cont. They may be able to attend other events at school such as field trips, Open Houses if their schedule allows They will provide you with copies of assignments and calendars Methods students cannot be left alone in the class with students

16 EDUC 400- Student Teaching Assignments To Be Done in Field Placement Integrated Thematic Unit Seminars with Site Supervisor 1-2 week solo teaching mid-semester 1-2 week solo teaching end of semester

17 Expectations For Student Teaching Cooperating Teachers Review Student Teaching Handbook- available on Teacher Education webpage for timeline and guidelines depending on 7 or 14 week placement Do formal observations of student teacher according to Handbook schedule- be sure to debrief with student after Meet with student on regular basis Meet with site supervisor on regular basis Encourage student to take part in all teacher related activities such as staff meetings, workshop days, duties and possibly parent conferences

18 Expectations For Student Teaching Cooperating Teachers Schedule time for student to teach lessons Be transparent in your teacher thinking and planning Complete mid-semester summative evaluations, dispositions and conferences with students on TK20 Complete conferences, final evaluations and dispositions on TK20 Give students as much independent teaching time as you can

19 Expectations of Your Student Teacher Review Student Teaching Handbook- available on Teacher Education webpage for timeline and guidelines They will write a KSC lesson plan for any lesson that you want them to teach until you and the site supervisor are satisfied that they are capable and prepared enough that you no longer require one from them. It will be sent to you on a timeline that YOU request. Please let the KSC supervisor know if this is not happening

20 Expectations of Your Student Teacher cont. They may be left alone with your students in the classroom They will be there M-F and will make up any absences Speak to placement coordinator regarding making up snow days Special permission may be granted for your student teacher to substitute for CT ONLY. Talk to site supervisor and placement coordinator for more info. Students will follow field placement calendar NOT KSC calendar

21 What Do I Do If I Have Questions? For Methods I or Methods II, contact college supervisor For Student Teaching, contact site supervisor first, then placement coordinator, Linda Vermouth, or Department Chair, Dr. Shirley McLoughlin, See handout for other contacts


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