We're eager to share what we're learning.
That is why our programs offer an exceptional teacher residency experience that provides you with opportunities to learn and explore the various methods of teaching and classroom management to help you overcome future challenges.
We believe you, as a new teacher, need practice teaching combined with effective mentoring to prepare you for your future job as an educator. We are confident that your teacher residency experiences will help prepare you to deal with the common problems teachers face each day. In order for you to get the most out of your time as a teacher intern resident, we encourage your cooperating teacher to be involved with your experience and to provide feedback each day. Collaborating with your teacher will help you cultivate new skills and abilities.
Office of Teacher Clinical Experiences
All teacher candidates enrolled in the undergraduate teacher preparation program will be required to complete a year-long teacher residency (Phase I and Phase II). All teacher candidates enrolled in the Certification-Only Program will be required to complete either the teacher residency (Phase I and Phase II) or the academic internship under the direct supervision of the Office of Teacher Clinical Experiences.
For more information, see the requirements for the year-long teacher residency (Phase I and Phase II) or the academic internship for the undergraduate teacher preparation program or the Certification-Only Program.
All candidates enrolled in the undergraduate teacher preparation program or the Certification-Only Program are required to attend the mandatory Teacher Residency meeting and Teacher Certification application meeting held concurrently by the Office of Teacher Clinical Experiences and the Office of Student Services.
- Teacher Residency Meeting
- Teacher Certification Application Meeting