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1 Orientation for Student Teaching Messiah College Teacher Education Program

2 Finding detailed information about the Professional Semester 0 Teacher Education Program website Teacher Education Program website 0 Professional Semester Handbook Professional Semester Handbook 0 Model of Field Experience Supervision Model of Field Experience Supervision

3 Background for the Professional Semester Students have completed at least two school-based field experiences prior to student teaching. Students have completed all of the coursework in the Professional Core. Students are completing complementary assignments in a Professional Issues course and in some majors a content pedagogy and/or seminar course.

4 Supervision Requirements: Cooperating Teacher Ongoing informal verbal feedback to the student Weekly teaching observations (large or small group) with written feedback on the Performance Observation Report form.Performance Observation Report white copy-- college supervisor yellow copy -- student pink copy—cooperating teacher Input into the Messiah Midterm and Final of the student teacherMessiah Midterm Final Timely communication of concerns with the college supervisor

5 Supervision Requirements: College Supervisor Five live observations with written feedback on the Messiah Performance Observation Report (NCR)and conference with student Conference with student after completion of Student Self-Monitoring Video Assignment Messiah College Midterm Evaluation Complete with input from the student teacher and the cooperating teacher. Complete the PDE 430PDE 430 Submit forms via MCSquare Messiah College Final Evaluation Complete with input from the student teacher and cooperating teacher. Complete the PDE 430 Submit forms via MCSquare

6 Guidelines for Live Performance Observations Ideally, the college supervisor/cooperating teacher is observing the student teacher doing at least some whole group instruction. The dates of the live observations may or may not be announced to the student teacher. Soon after the live observation the college supervisor/ cooperating teacher will conference with the student and review the observation form. The student teacher’s written instructional plan must be available for the college supervisor to review at the time of the observation.

7 Guidelines for Video Student Self-Monitoring Assignment Video assignment downloading directions on Canvas Video assignment Instruction may be of large or small group instruction. Both videos and self-reflection must be uploaded to Canvas. Phases 1 of this assignment must be completed prior to the mid-term conference. Phase 2 must be completed at least 1 week before the experience ends. If needed the college supervisor will be able to view either video by going into the Canvas site in the assignment folder. Do NOT post your video on any public site such as YouTube or Facebook.

8 Student Planning Expectations Written plans are to follow the Messiah College Planning Model (As taught in Instructional Design, Art,HPE, or Music Curriculum & Unit Instruction courses.)Messiah College Planning Model The cooperating teacher is a resource for the student teacher. The co-op may provide the student with preliminary plans, teaching materials, curriculum documents, or other relevant resources to assist the student in effective planning. The student teacher is to submit plans to the cooperating teacher 48 hours in advance of teaching. If the plans are not submitted in a timely manner or are not satisfactory by the time the student is to teach, the cooperating teacher may not allow the student teacher to teach.

9 Final Evaluation The Messiah College Final Evaluation Form is to be completed and signed electronically by the college supervisor with input from the cooperating teacher. The PDE 430 Form is to be completed by the college supervisor. The college supervisor will conference with the student teacher to explain the final evaluations and remind the student of the need for electronic signature. Both final evaluation forms are to be submitted by the college supervisors to the Teacher Education Program Office via MCSquare at the end of the semester. The evaluation forms are automatically submitted to the Field Experience Office once all parties have provided electronic signatures. Both final evaluation forms will be available to the student in MCSquare after TEP Office review at the end of the semester.

10 Guidelines for School Visits Students should follow the school district calendar including attending teacher in-service events. Student teachers should arrive when teachers are required to arrive and stay at least until teachers are allowed to leave at the end of the day. If a student teacher is absent from school either due to illness/family emergency or taking a professional development day, he/she is to complete the online absence form found in the TEP tab in MCSquare. The cooperating teacher and the college supervisor will be notified when the Field Experience Coordinator has approved the absence and listed the make up days as appropriate. Be actively engaged in classroom activities throughout the semester.

11 Contact Information Questions about this field experience can be directed to the college supervisor and/or the Field Experience Coordinator, Mrs. Kathleen Eshbach x2680


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