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ADOLESCENT - Grad & AC Student Teaching


Submit this form if you plan to student teach in Fall 2014. The best way to determine whether you are eligible to student teach in Fall 2014 is for you to complete a degree audit form. Forms can be obtained at:

http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/school-of-education/current-students/degree-audit/graduate-forms.

Although the final deadline to submit Fall student teaching applications is June 9, applications received after May 20th may not be honored.

Student-teaching is a 5-credit course offered in the Adolescent Education Program.

Student-teaching is an intense learning experience that takes place in schools. It requires:

• Requires a minimum of 62 days of student-teaching in an approved New York City public school that the School of Education at Hunter College works with.

• Student-teaching is full time, five days (32.5 hours) per week. Student-teachers follow the daily schedule assigned to them by the school or cooperating teacher.

• Adherence to the NYC Department of Education calendar, which is not identical to the Hunter College academic calendar.

• Attendance at a weekly seminar.

• Participation in professional development workshops held at Hunter College. Schedule to be announced. Please check the following website for updates:
sites.google.com/site/tesoladolscentstudentteachers


Student teaching placements are in New York City public schools where Hunter College has fieldwork/student-teaching collaborations. Hunter College makes a good faith effort to place students in partner schools that are as convenient as possible.

The GPA's for student teacher eligibility are as follows:

Graduates: 3.0
Advanced Certificate: 3.0