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Update: Effective February 2013, Ms. Dana Coleman has accepted a permanent role in the Teacher Education Department as the Coordinator of the Office of Clinical Experience. In addition to coordinating clinical and student teaching placements for candidates in both our graduate and undergraduate programs, Ms. Coleman will work with a faculty liaison team to build and maintain partnerships with our K-12 cluster sites where our candidates will be placed. She has also served as an adjunct faculty and supervisor of candidates in both the graduate and undergraduate licensure programs. Welcome, Dana!
Elementary, Secondary, or K-12 student teaching provides pre-service educators with experiences to connect theory and practice in the context of a K-12 classroom(s). Pre-service teachers' responsibilities include: long-term planning, implementation of an integrated curriculum, the facilitation of small- and large-group learning, and the development of assessment systems that support the MN graduation standards for K-12 students.
The Office of Clinical Experience has a new website! Visit: http://www.hamline.edu/education/office-of-clinical-experience/.
(Unique Partnership between Hamline and EducatorsAbroad)
Students who are interested in student teaching overseas should submit an e-mail letter of intent to Associate Chair Dr. Bill Lindquist (see below). The letter, which must include the applicant’s contact information and follow the formatting guidelines of a professional cover letter, should address the following:
Fall Student Teaching: submit the letter by January 1 to meet EducatorsAbroad's March 1 deadline.
Spring or Summer Student Teaching: submit the letter by August 1 to meet EducatorAbroad's October 1 deadline.
*Note: Hamline University is not able to offer summer student teaching placements. No exceptions are allowed.
A staff member will contact the applicant to set up an interview for the purpose of assessing the following:
1. Clarity of the student’s goals related to the study abroad experience. 2. The student's adaptability, flexibility, and professionalism, in addition to her/his readiness to teach overseas. 3. Approximately one (1) week after the interview takes place, the student will be sent a decision letter (request accepted or rejected). If a student’s request is approved, the letter will outline additional instructions and steps to complete the application.
2. EDUCATORSABROAD'S REQUIREMENTS
All Student Teachers: Complete a minimum of eight (8) weeks of full-time elementary or secondary student teaching in the stateside placement first and a minimum of ten (10) weeks of student teaching in an approved overseas school for a minimum of eighteen (18) weeks of student teaching. Students must complete all stateside requirements before being cleared to travel overseas. EducatorsAbroad will arrange the overseas placement, which includes assigning the student to a qualified supervisor.
All Student Teachers: Based on your licensure area/s, you will complete 8 weeks of student teaching in a K-12 school. After returning from the overseas experience, you will participate in an exit interview with your Hamline supervisor.
3. TUITION/PROGRAM COSTSTo be updated.
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“Hamline’s professors are really willing to work with you. They can help you make your schoolwork fit with the rest of your life. I found myself being inspired in each class.” – Adele Binning, MAT student
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