Credit units: 15
Department: Education (Dean's Office)
The extended practicum is a period of intensive field study experience where teacher candidates are expected to develop and demonstrate program outcomes in the categories of professional, knowledge, instructional and curricular competency. Teacher candidates will work with one or more collaborating teachers and will function as professionals-in-training, engaging with students and their families, and working alongside colleagues on a regular and in-depth basis, team-teaching, planning units, lessons and other school-based programs, and progressing toward a full teaching load within their school context. Assessment for the extended practicum will address Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) teacher competency goals within the framework of the Professional Growth Portfolio (PGP).
Formerly: EDUC 471 and 421
Permission of the department is required.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 322.3 or EDST 322.3; 24 credit units of required 300-level Education course work (inclusive of specific methods courses that vary by program route) with a 60% ED.W.A.; the completion of credits for two teaching areas; and, credit for the field experience component of the program.
Note: Students with credit for EDUC 422.15 will not receive credit for this course. Students with credit for any of the following pairs will not receive credit for this course: (EDUC 471 and EDUC 421) OR (EXPR 423 and EXPR 425) OR (EXPR 424 and EXPR 425).
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