Master's of Education for Initial Teacher Licensure by linxiaoqin

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									   CONTACT INFORMATION
  Dr. Judy Arnold Program Director
            865- 531-4150
         (office at Cedar Bluff)
      Judy.arnold@lmunet.edu or

1-800-325-0900 Ext. 6405 – Erin Brock
       Erin.brock@lmunet.edu

           Sharepoint forms:
 http://sharepoint.lmunet.edu/postbac/
                  Or
 http://sharepoint.lmunet.edu/hopferl
All students with disabilities
(learning or physical) should        No person at Lincoln Memorial
                                     University shall, on the basis of
contact the Office of the Vice       age, color, creed, disability,
President for Student Services and   ethnic/national origin, gender,
Enrollment Management at (423)       military status, pregnancy,
                                     race, religion, sexual
869-6393.                            orientation, or any other class
                                     protected by applicable law, be
                                     excluded from participating in,
                                     or be denied benefits of, any
                                     employment or educational
***All students Must Have            opportunity
Criminal Background Check and
STEA insurance**



                     PERSONAL INFORMATION
**THE M.ED. FOR INITIAL STUDENT LICENSURE
    PROGRAM DOES NOT FACILITATE THE
PAPERWORK OR PROVIDE THE COURSEWORK
    REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE
CURRENTLY ON ALTERNATIVE LICENSURE AND
   EMPLOYED BY BY A SCHOOL DISTRICT.
   ACCEPTANCE OF A TEACHING POSITION
SUPPORTED BY ALTERNATIVE LICENSURE WILL
REQUIRE THE STUDENT’S WITHDRAWAL FROM
             THE PROGRAM.**
 CLASS DATES: FALL SEMESTER
       August 13 and 27; Sept 10 and 24;
    Oct. 8 , 22 and 29; Nov 5 and 19; Dec 3
                 Attendance policy:
   1 = half letter grade                A to A-
2= full letter grade                       A- to B-
           Tardies will affect your grade
  ***ALL STUDENTS MUST MAINTAIN A
                  B AVERAGE ***
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: THREE SEMESTER
               FORMAT

•   EDUC 570
                                  • ALL students
Early Childhood/Adols. Develop.     must complete
Teaching Reading                    one full
•   EDUC 571                        semester of
Teaching Math                       student
Teaching L.A.                       teaching to
Teaching Science
                                    receive
Teaching S.S.
                                    teaching
•   EDUC 591
                                    licensure
ONE FULL SEMESTER OF STUDENT TEACHING
      PRAXIS II TESTS ARE REQUIRED TO BE
                    PASSED
All students must
take and PASS:
                        Elementary must
•PLT: Principles of
                        also take and pass:
Learning Teaching
                        •Elementary Ed.
•Content Area Exam
                        Curriculum
                        •Reading across the
                        Curriculum
      THIS SEMESTER ALL STUDENTS MUST:
• Maintain computer, Live Text, Blackboard, Internet, and LMU e-
  mail
• Purchase all required texts and materials
• Document at least five (5) hours of Professional Development
• Participate in at least one (1) Community Service Project
• Exhibit Professional Dispositions
• Document and reflect on five (5) one-hour Classroom
  Observations
• Complete and reflect upon a Classroom Teacher Interview
• Begin developing your Professional Portfolio, submitting 5
  specified artifacts
• Take and Pass all Praxis exams not later than the March test date
  if planning to student teach in the upcoming fall semester
    PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT IS EXPECTED

                       Leave your
• Program               phone on silent
  Dispositions will     or vibrate
  be used to help      No iPods, etc.
  determine            Internet should
  movement to           be used for
  next course -         classroom
                        information
    PROGRAM /PROFESSIONAL DISPOSITIONS
•   Attendance and Punctuality
•   Initiative
•   Work Habits
•   Oral Communication
•   Written Communication Skills
•   Collegiality
•   Respect (in action and speech)
•   Commitment to Profession
•   Professionalism in Clinical & Field Placement
       (Ethics, Professional Growth, and Confidentiality)
ONLY ON TOP CAN YOU SEE THE WHOLE VIEW
         EXIT INTERVIEW AND PROFESSIONAL
                    PORTFOLIO
Each candidate will show            Assignments Specific to EDUC 570
evidence of achieving the
program goals in a Professional
Program Portfolio and in            •Classroom Observation (TWS)
Teacher Work Samples which
will come from designated
assignments throughout the          •Teacher Interview (TWS)
program.
Upon successful completion of
the student teaching experience,
                                    •Live Text – Personal Introduction
each candidate will give a
demonstration of their
Professional Portfolio and
                                    •Live Text – Power Point Presentation
achievement of the Program
Goals in an Exit Interview before
the faculty and peers.
Exit Interview Portfolio and        •Live Text – End of Course Reflection
Rubric for Grading is available     INTASC 2,4,5,6.9
on our sharepoint pages
HMMMMM. I KNOW YOU THINK YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU
THOUGHT I SAID, BUT I'M NOT SURE THAT WHAT YOU HEARD
IS WHAT I ACTUALLY MEANT!
DON’T BE AFRAID TO ASK
FOR HELP!!

								
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