• Student Teaching Undergraduate Students (UTE)

    The Teacher Candidate Will:

    • Come ready to learn; be enthusiastic and show initiative.

    • Introduce yourself to team members and school personnel.

    • Ask questions and discuss professional issues.

    • Share ideas and work cooperatively/flexibly.

    • Help with all classroom responsibilities... record keeping, grading, etc.

    • Know your content and be a continuous learner.

    • Plan engaging, standards based lessons.

    • Know and implement co-teaching strategies.

    • Accept feedback and put suggestions for improvement into practice.

    • Be proactive in initiating communication with your triad members.

    • Demonstrate respectful behaviors.

    • Be reflective about your practice.

    • Be patient with yourself and your cooperating teacher.

    • Be a sponge; learn all you can from everyone in the building.

    Ready For Teaching?

    Get your Facebook page in order, review six important issues for teachers, and start thinking like the teacher you want to be.
    Download the Ready for Teaching Guide

    Intake Resource Packet

    The Intake Resource Packet has information that was covered during the Student Teaching Intake Session.
    Download the Intake Resource Packet 

    Video Consent Form

    Video releases only need to be signed for students who you will videotape whose families have not already signed a school/district media release form. Ask your co-op how to find out which students have these on file.
    For each student appearing in the video clip(s), you will need to provide either:

    • Site administrator verification that a media release form on file

    • Signed edTPA video release form (copy or original)
      Download Video Consent Form 

    Background Check Information

    Every teacher candidate must have a background check done for the school district they are placed in.  It is your responsibility to complete, pay for and submit all forms needed to the appropriate district personnel before you begin your placement. If a background checks is not submitted to the school district before your first day of student teaching, it may result in a pulled placement.
    Download School District Background Check Information

    Seven Country Metro Area School Districts

    Map of the Metro Area School Districts 

    Undergraduate Petition


    HSE Student Teaching Handbook


    Global Student Teaching

    (Partnership between Hamline School of Education and Leadership and Educators Abroad)

    Students interested in student teaching overseas should submit a letter of intent to Professor Joe Lewis, Chair School of Education and Leadership. The letter should include:

    • Contact information
    • A brief overview of your background including area/s of licensure.
    • A clear rationale for requesting a study abroad experience.
    • Explain your readiness to teach and travel in a new country.
    • Assess your financial capacity to support the study abroad experience (be sure to consider housing/living accommodations in addition to travel costs). Explain how you will cover the costs.
    • E-mail the letter to Professor Joe Lewis at jlewis06@hamline.edu. We’ll set up a time to meet to discuss your candidacy for student teaching abroad and go over all the requirements for a successful student teaching experience.
    • Please submit the letter of intent by the due dates listed below.

    Fall Student Teaching: submit the letter by January 1

    Spring Student Teaching: submit the letter by August 1


    Student Teaching Evaluation

    Additional Resources

    Code of Ethics
    Standards of Effective Practice for Beginning Teachers