EDSC 431 Student Teaching I — Technology and Engineering Education

In accordance with the public school schedule, Technology & Engineering Education students spend approximately eight weeks in the first semester of the senior year in a public middle school. The candidate demonstrates the ability to organize and conduct school learning activities and work effectively with adolescent youth in a program of technology education. Emphasis on demonstration of Connecticut teaching competencies in both classroom and laboratory situations.  In accordance with CT law, districts may require criminal background and/or DCF child abuse and neglect registry checks to participate in the field experiences in this class.  Students are required to follow the background check policies of the district in which they are placed and are responsible for all associated fees.  CCSU is not responsible for district policies. 

Credits

5

Prerequisite

Admission to the Professional Program for Teacher Certification and permission of the Director of the Office of School Community Partnerships. Must be taken with EDSC 432 and TE 419.

General Education

Offered

  • Fall and Spring