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Undergraduate Catalog 2014 - 2015 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2014 - 2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ESE 461 - Moderate/Intensive Internship 1: Professionalism & Practice

[9 credit(s)]
In general clinical settings, students are able to practice appropriate examination, evaluation, and intervention, technical, and communicative skills. Safe, ethical, and legal educational practice occurs under the supervision of clinical instructor(s). The Internship prepares the interns for the practice of teaching, by stressing practical applications of theory and research to the planning, delivery, and evaluation of instruction. In Internship I, interns explore the various roles of the teacher and begin formulating a personal philosophy for teaching while working school classroom under the direction of a mentor teacher and a faculty instructor or a university supervisor. These courses provide structure to application of academic content to relevant clinical practice situations. Students will spend 180 hours in the field (School and non-school settings), 30 hours in the classroom and 15 hours of seminar in Internship I. All students enrolled in this class must have a valid and unexpired Clearance Report from the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on file with the college advising office.


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