Susan Cooke, Director
Angela Fleming, Admin. Assistant
University Hall 242
Internship II/Graduate Internship
Attention All Accepted Fall 2013 Internship Applicants
Fall 2013 Internship II/Graduate Internship placements will be posted on the Office of Field Experiences and Clinical Practice web site on Monday, May 20, 2013. Accepted interns who don't see their placement need to check the placement list again on May 28 and June 7 Placements will be updated at those times. Please contact Mrs. Cooke with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
First Aid/CPR Requirement
Early Childhood, Health and Physical Education, and Special Education candidates must: provide evidence of certification for infant, child, and adult CPR and first aid through December 5, 2013. Evidence is a copy of your official certification card that displays the expiration date. No exceptions will be made. Please refer to the respective department websites for additional information.
GACE Content Assessment Information
Please access the GACE web site for registration information. GACE workshops at Armstrong are planned for late August and September. The workshops schedules will be posted on the COE Blog and on the Office of Field Experiences’ web site.
For students preparing for the GACE Basic Skills and Content assessments, Lane Library has added GACE study guides to our electronic books collection.
Spring 2013 Internship II/Graduate Internship
Student Teaching: Full time for 15 Weeks
Monday, August 12, 2013 - Friday, November 22, 2013
Full time Internship II/Graduate Internship begins on Monday, August 2, 2013. The first Internship Seminar will be held on Monday, August 12, 2013 in University Hall 156, 4:30-6:30 p.m. You will receive your internship materials and meet your university supervisor. Contact Susan Cooke with any questions.
Internship II/Graduate Internship is the capstone learning experience for our senior students and the most practical and essential way for our interns to gain valuable insights, skills and content knowledge.
All interns are required to apply for graduation prior to Internship II. The College of Education strongly encourages interns to take a leave of absence from any part time employment during internship. We have observed that interns who struggle with the planning and preparation demands of internship are the ones who keep a part time job, in addition to their internship. Ensure that you are registered for the COE Blog. Subscribe through the COE web site. That is the main means of communication our office uses during internship.