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Office of Field Experiences, Clinical Practices, & Partnerships

The Office of Field Experiences, Clinical Practice and Partnerships (OFECPP) is responsible for ensuring our College of Education teacher candidates are placed in productive learning environments that build knowledge, skills and dispositions regarding teaching. The OFECPP coordinates all field experiences and clinical placements. Placements are organized based upon the grade-level bands required and determined from GaPSC.

Guidelines for Field Placements

Requirements for Field Experience

There are certain requirements that are expected prior to any field experience.

The Office of Field Placements, Clinical Practice and Partnerships will arrange all field placements. Armstrong students will not be allowed to place themselves.


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