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EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117 NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION ENROLLMENT ELIGIBILITY In order to eligible for enrollment in Education 4032, Pre-Internship II the student must: A. Complete Pre-Internship II online application & Attend the Pre-II Placement Seminar B. Meet all requirements and sign the Pre-II Statement of Understanding If you have met the above requirements, you may enroll to take EDUC 4032 Internship Options Traditional Internship Pre-II Semester: 10 internship days, once a week, 10 weeks Last semester to finish course work Diversity level placement rules apply Grade level rules for majors apply Full Intern Semester: 12 credit hours, student teaching internship, 16 weeks, Mon-Fri Placed with different teacher & different school than Pre-II semester No other classes – graduate this semester EPIC Internship Co-Teaching Model & Significant increase in teaching experience level & preparedness Pre-II Semester: 3 days (2 ½ min) a week internship, 14-15 weeks 2 days of the week for university classes NSU Coordinator support Trained in Co-Teaching model Start internship at same time as clinical faculty report to school (August in Fall semester, January in Spring semester), before NSU semester begins EPIC Public school districts: Tahlequah, Broken Arrow, Grand View, Tulsa, Union, Sallisaw, Stilwell, & Owasso, and other school districts upon request Begin internship as soon as Clinical Faculty report to school Full Intern Semester: 12 credit hours of student teaching 16 weeks, Mon-Fri, Placed with same teacher as Pre-II Semester Start & End School year with 1 teacher No other classes – graduate this semester Fall 2017 PRE-II INTERNSHIP PLACEMENT SEMINAR PACKET

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  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY

    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION

    ENROLLMENT ELIGIBILITY

    In order to eligible for enrollment in Education 4032, Pre-Internship II the student must:

    A. Complete Pre-Internship II online application & Attend the Pre-II Placement Seminar

    B. Meet all requirements and sign the Pre-II Statement of Understanding

    If you have met the above requirements, you may enroll to take EDUC 4032

    Internship Options

    Traditional Internship

    Pre-II Semester: 10 internship days, once a week, 10 weeks

    Last semester to finish course work

    Diversity level placement rules apply

    Grade level rules for majors apply

    Full Intern Semester: 12 credit hours, student teaching internship, 16 weeks, Mon-Fri

    Placed with different teacher & different school than Pre-II semester

    No other classes graduate this semester

    EPIC Internship Co-Teaching Model & Significant increase in teaching experience level & preparedness

    Pre-II Semester: 3 days (2 min) a week internship, 14-15 weeks

    2 days of the week for university classes

    NSU Coordinator support

    Trained in Co-Teaching model

    Start internship at same time as clinical faculty report to school (August in Fall

    semester, January in Spring semester), before NSU semester begins

    EPIC Public school districts: Tahlequah, Broken Arrow, Grand View, Tulsa, Union,

    Sallisaw, Stilwell, & Owasso, and other school districts upon request

    Begin internship as soon as Clinical Faculty report to school

    Full Intern Semester: 12 credit hours of student teaching 16 weeks, Mon-Fri,

    Placed with same teacher as Pre-II Semester

    Start & End School year with 1 teacher

    No other classes graduate this semester

    Fall 2017 PRE-II INTERNSHIP PLACEMENT SEMINAR PACKET

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    International Internship Enrichment Optional experience in addition to Pre-II requirements, either Traditional Pre-II or with EPIC

    Takes place December 8-21, 2017

    1 week in the classroom at Amadeus International School, Vienna, Austria and 1 week traveling

    Austria.

    Application and Interview required to be selected

    Contact Dr. Cindi Fries for more information

    COURSE INFORMATION

    Traditional Internship teacher candidates are required to spend one full day per week

    (the hours of the faculty) for 10 days, over 10 weeks at a school site.

    EPIC Internship teacher candidates must attend 3 full days (2 min) per week (the

    hours of the faculty) for approximately 35-40 days, over 15 weeks at a school site.

    Participate in all four (4) required seminars (classes) during the internship semester. ALL

    PRE-II Seminars are MANDATORY for both Traditional and EPIC Interns (see below for the

    times and location). Seminars occur generally once a month.

    You can attend the Seminars on any campus. If you cannot attend the Seminar on the scheduled date at one campus, you are required to attend an alternate date at the other

    campus. No prior notification is needed to attend on either campus.

    Broken Arrow Campus Thursday & Saturday mornings

    Tahlequah Campus Friday afternoons

    Seminar dates Must attend one of each Seminar #1, #2, #3, #4

    Seminar #1

    Thursday, Aug. 31, Broken Arrow, 10 AM 12PM

    Friday, Sept 1, Tahlequah, 2PM 4PM

    Saturday, Sept 2, Broken Arrow, 9AM 11AM

    4

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    Seminar #2

    Thursday, Sept 21, Broken Arrow 10AM 12PM

    Friday, Sept 22, Tahlequah 2PM 4PM

    Saturday, Sept 23, Broken Arrow 9AM 11AM

    Seminar #3

    Thursday, Oct, 26, Broken Arrow 10AM 12PM

    Friday, Oct. 27, Tahlequah- 2PM 4PM

    Saturday, Oct. 28, Broken Arrow 9 AM 11AM

    Seminar #4

    Thursday, Nov. 30 Broken Arrow 10AM 12PM

    Friday, Dec. 1, Tahlequah - 2PM 4PM

    Saturday, Dec. 2, Broken Arrow 9AM 11AM

    Traditional Interns begin their internship after attending the first Pre-II seminar.

    EPIC interns begin their internship as soon as the hosting public school teachers

    report for the new school year.

    Placement results will be on the COE Pre-II Internship website beginning Monday May 17.

    Placements will continue to be added through the beginning of the semester.

    Professional dress is expected for all seminars and internship days. No jeans (or similar), no leggings or sweats, no T-shirts or hoodie sweatshirts. Dress conservatively

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    Dear Pre-Internship II Teacher Candidate:

    Congratulations on choosing teaching as your profession. You have selected a noble

    profession where you will have the opportunity to influence the lives of many people during the

    course of your career. By participating in the Pre-Internship program you will interact with

    professionals, such as your methods instructor, public school principal, and clinical faculty as well as

    your EDUC 4032 Pre Internship II Instructor. You will learn from them as they assist you in preparing

    to become a professional educator.

    As you begin these final semesters of your teacher preparation program, it is prudent to think

    too, about the additional fees associated with completing your degree.

    Pre-II Internship semester:

    Renewal background check through castlebranch.com of $15.00 if previous

    background check is older than one calendar year

    Oklahoma Subject Area Test (OSAT) required in your major to continue on into

    your full internship; $90.00 per test

    Full Internship semester:

    Renewal background check through castlebranch.com of $15.00 if previous

    background check is older than one calendar year

    FBI/OSBI background and fingerprinting in preparation to receive your Oklahoma

    Teaching Certificate; $59.00

    Cap, Gown, & Tassel for graduation; $32.98 (honor cords sold separately)

    Oklahoma Professional Teacher Education (OPTE) test required to receive teaching

    certificate; $150.00

    Oklahoma Standard Teaching Certificate (paid to State Department of Education);

    $52.00 Please be aware that all prices listed are subject to change

    Pre-Internship II is a field-based experience intended to add a realistic element to the

    theoretical base of the teacher education program. You will spend a minimum of ten (10) full days in

    a public or private school setting. This experience is expected to provide a realistic and supportive

    environment in your professional preparation. The theme, Preparing Professional Educators, along

    with the components of the conceptual framework that supports the NSU Teacher Education program

    is emphasized throughout the Pre-Internship program.

    The administration and professional education faculty are hopeful that you will have an

    enjoyable and rewarding pre-internship experience. If at any time you should need assistance, please

    do not hesitate to contact your instructor, come by the Clinical Education office in Bagley Hall 202, or

    call 918-444-3708. We are here to help.

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Tracy Thompson

    Clinical Education Director, Teacher Education Department Chair

    STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

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    Fort Gibson, Lincoln Christian School in Tulsa, Rejoice Christian School in Owasso, and Chouteau-Mazie School

    District in Chouteau require the background check be presented to the Superintendents office. Muskogee

    School District requires copies be presented to Human Resources 202 West Broadway. All other districts

    Candidates deliver their background check to the school principal.

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY

    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

    CLINICAL EDUCATION

    ELIGIBILITY AND REQUIREMENTS FOR

    PRE-INTERNSHIP I, PRE-INTERNSHIP II, AND FULL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY

    COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

    Clinical Education

    ELIGIBILITY AND REQUIREMENTS FOR PRE-INTERNSHIP I,

    PRE-INTERNSHIP II, AND FULL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    PRE-INTERNSHIP I

    To be eligible for enrollment in EDUC 3313, Clinical Education and Pre-Internship I, a student must:

    1. _____ Have completed 45 hours and have a 2.75 overall GPA; NOTE: Beginning fall 2013 GPA admission requirements for Teacher Education is 2.75 overall

    for incoming freshmen and new transfer students. Also, beginning fall 2013 and after receiving

    full admission, all candidates must maintain a 2.50 GPA overall, in major content area, and

    professional education core classes except for Early Childhood, Elementary, and Special

    Education majors, who must maintain a 2.75 GPA overall, in major content area, and

    professional education core classes.

    2. _____ Show verification that he or she has taken or registered to take the Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET);

    3. _____ Be enrolled in EDUC 3313. Concurrent enrollment in EDUC 3113 is suggested. 4. _____ Complete a felony background check prior to school setting placement.

    To successfully complete EDUC 3313 and Pre-Internship I and become fully admitted to the NSU Teacher

    Education program, a teacher candidate must:

    1. _____ Complete 8 full days (1 day for 8 weeks) in a field-based experience; 2. _____ Begin a reflective journal for all field experiences; 3. _____ Complete a Professional Interview; 4. _____ Complete a Professional Habits Inventory; 5. _____ Apply for admission to Teacher Education; 6. _____ Complete a plan of study with academic advisor and or faculty advisor; 7. _____ Have a passing score on the OGET; 8. _____ Pass ePortfolio Checkpoint #1 (Competency 9).

    PRE-INTERNSHIP II

    To be eligible to enroll in EDUC 4032, Pre-Internship II, a teacher candidate must:

    1. _____ Have successfully completed EDUC 3313 with a C or better; 2. _____ Have successfully completed or concurrently enrolled in EDUC 4823 & SPED

    4433 with a C or better;

    3. _____ Have earned a 2.50 GPA in overall, major and professional education areas;

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    NOTE: Beginning fall 2013 GPA admission requirements for Teacher Education will be 2.75

    overall for incoming freshmen and new transfer students. Also, beginning fall 2013 and after

    receiving full admission, all candidates must maintain a 2.50 GPA overall, in major content

    area, and professional education core classes except for Early Childhood, Elementary, and

    Special Education majors, who must maintain a 2.75 GPA overall, in major content area, and

    professional education core classes.

    4. _____ Be fully admitted to Teacher Education; 5. _____ Have current felony background check (within one year) completed before placement. 6. _____ Be concurrently enrolled in the appropriate major and professional education

    methods course(s).

    7. _____ Have application on file in the Clinical Education office the semester prior to Pre Internship II.

    Prior to the Pre Internship II semester the application is placed on

    the COE website early in October for spring semester and early March for fall

    semester (review calendar for exact dates).

    8. _____ The Pre Internship II placement seminar is held prior to the Pre Internship II

    semester and attendance is required. Information as to time and date are

    embedded in the instruction page to the Pre-II application.

    To successfully complete EDUC 4032, Pre-Internship II, the teacher candidate will:

    1. _____ Complete 10 full days (1 day for 10 weeks) in a field-based experience; 2. _____ Continue reflective journal for field experiences; 3. _____ Attend all required seminars; 4. _____ Turn in one graded or approved to be taught lesson plan (by NSU faculty) with reflection; 5. _____ Turn in written assignments, reflections, and Activity Record; 6. _____ Submit via Chalk & Wire observation of lesson by clinical faculty and peer; 7. _____ Pass ePortfolio Checkpoint #2 (Competencies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 10).

    During the Pre II semester the candidate will

    1._____ Make application for Full Internship Program and graduation (application for

    Bachelors degree; August 15th for fall, January 15th for spring, March 15th for

    summer);

    2. _____ Complete a Placement Interview for Full Internship Program;

    3. _____ Attend Orientation Seminar for Full Internship Program;

    4. _____ Take the appropriate Oklahoma Subject Area Test (OSAT).

    FULL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

    To be eligible to enroll in the NSU Full Internship Program, the teacher candidate must have:

    1. _____ Application on file in the Clinical Education office the semester prior to Full Internship;

    2. _____ Successfully completed Full Internship Program interview with a university coordinator; 3. _____ Successfully completed EDUC 4032 and ECED 4513, ELED 4563, or EDUC 4353; 4. _____ A 2.5 GPA in overall, major and professional education areas;

    NOTE: Beginning fall 2013 GPA admission requirements for Teacher Education will be 2.75

    overall for incoming freshmen and new transfer students. Also, beginning fall 2013 and after

    receiving full admission, all candidates must maintain a 2.50 GPA overall, in major content

    area, and professional education core classes except for Early Childhood, Elementary, and

    Special Education majors, who must maintain a 2.75 GPA overall, in major content area, and

    professional education core classes.

    5. _____ A C or better in all major and professional education courses; 6. _____ Attended Full Internship Orientation Seminar. 7. _____ Complete a background check (within one year) prior to placement.

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    8. _____ A passing score on the Oklahoma Subject Area Test (OSAT);

    To successfully complete the NSU Full Internship Program, the teacher candidate will:

    1. _____ Complete 80 full days (560 instructional clock hours, 5 days per week for 16 weeks) in a clinical experience classroom;

    2. _____ Attend all required seminars; 3. _____ Complete all assignments and reflections; 4. _____ Submit via Chalk & Wire all observations and evaluations from university coordinator, clinical

    faculty and peer;

    5. _____ Pass ePortfolio Checkpoint #3 (Learning Project; competencies 7 & 8).

    During the Full Internship the teacher candidate should:

    1. _____ Complete all coursework requisite of their specific degree pathway. (A maximum of 3

    credit hours of coursework may be taken concurrently with the 12 credit hours of Full

    Internship provided that it does not interfere with the internship experience and has been

    approved by your specific major department);

    2. _____ Take and pass the Oklahoma Professional Teaching Examination (OPTE) as part of

    Oklahomas certification process;

    3. _____ Complete an online application for certification with the Oklahoma State Department of

    Education.

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    PLACEMENT RULES FOR

    PRE I, PRE II, AND FULL INTERNSHIP

    Applies to all majors

    Candidate cannot repeat a school district, or in Tulsa Public Schools, a school

    site/building (does not apply to EPIC)

    Candidate cannot repeat a teacher, or a grade category (does not apply to

    EPIC)

    Candidate must consider the schools diversity level rating when choosing

    each experience (does not apply to EPIC)

    Candidate cannot be placed in a school site/building where a relative is an

    administrator, administrative staff, teacher, or in a school district with a relative

    who is a school board member, administrator or staff.

    Candidate cannot be placed in a school site/building with their child or

    another relatives child.

    Candidate cannot be placed in a school site/building where she/he has been

    employed in the past year.

    Diversity Rating Rules (does not apply to EPIC)

    1 of the 3 internships must be in a highly diverse (level 3)

    1 of the 3 internships must be either a highly diverse (level 3) OR diverse

    placement (level 2)

    1 of the 3 internships can either a highly diverse (level 3) OR in a diverse

    placement (level 2) OR in a low diversity (level 1)

    It is not required to complete low diversity (level 1) placement

    All three internships can be in a Highly Diverse Placement (level 3)

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    Placement Rules By Major *Exceptions made for EPIC Interns)

    Early Childhood (Certified to teach grades PK-3rd/EC-3rd)

    Pre-I Must be placed in grades 1, 2, or 3

    Pre-II Must be placed in a PK (EC) class (4 year old program) *EPIC Interns will

    be placed in a Kindergarten-3rd grade class, with a 10 day placement in PK class

    Full Intern Must be placed in Kindergarten for 8 weeks and grades 1, 2, or 3 for

    8 weeks *EPIC Interns continue in placement from Pre-II

    Elementary (Certified to teach grades 1st-8th)

    Interns cannot repeat categories. Traditional Interns must have an intern experience in

    each of these grade level categories. *EPIC interns select one category for Pre-I, and a

    second category for both Pre-II & Full Internship. There are three grade level

    categories:

    Lower end grades: 1, 2, or 3 Middle grades: 4 or 5 Higher end grades: 6, 7, or 8

    Secondary English, Math, Science, Social Studies (Certified to teach grades 6-12th)

    Secondary Ed majors cannot select a school which include EC/K-5th grades or

    consolidated K-8 schools. Traditional Interns must have an intern experience in each of

    these grade level categories.One category will be repeated. *EPIC interns select one

    category for Pre-I, and a second category for both Pre-II & Full Internship. There are

    two grade level categories:

    Lower end grades: 6, 7, 8, or 9 and Higher end grades: 10, 11, or 12

    K-12 Certification Art, Band/Music, Foreign Language, Cherokee, Health & Physical

    Ed., Special Ed. (certified to teach Kindergarten - 12th grade)

    Pre I Must choose an elementary school or secondary school**

    Pre II Must choose elementary or secondary (whatever not done in Pre I)**

    Full Intern Traditional Interns must have 8 weeks of elementary and 8 weeks of

    secondary/ *EPIC Interns continue in placement from Pre-II

    **Middle School/Jr. High School can be applied as either elementary or secondary

    experience

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    Northeastern State University College of Education

    Diversity Criteria NSU maintains a commitment to diversity in its clinical placements. Criteria considered in this

    commitment include student population ethnicity, mobility, socio-economic status, and student

    characteristics including exceptionalities and English proficiencies. Data are updated regularly using

    the most recent data available from state reporting systems.

    Candidates will be required to complete clinical experiences/ student teaching in partner schools

    reflecting diversity according to the guidelines below.

    1) Ethnicity < or = 57% Caucasian [OK state average]

    2) Mobility > or = 10% new students [OK state average]

    3) Free/Reduced Lunch > or = 56% students qualify [OK state average]

    4) Special Education > or = 15% students qualify [OK state average]

    5) Limited English Proficiency (LEP) > or = 6% students identified [OK state average]

    Based on data reported in the annual State of Oklahoma Profiles Report, NSU COE gives schools a

    rating of:

    Level 3 Highly Diverse Placement:

    The population of students is above or equal to the state average in three or more in the above

    defined areas.

    Level 2 Diverse Placement:

    The population of students is above or equal to the state average in two of the defined areas.

    Level 1 Low Diversity Placement:

    All other placements fall into this third category

    The Diversity Ratings of each school can be found on the COE Internship website under Intern

    Resources look for the list of NSU Public School Site Diversity Ratings

    http://academics.nsuok.edu/education/Internships/InternshipResources.aspx

    *Updated annually, a database of Oklahoma school sites and districts, Education Oversight Board/Office of Accountability. http://www.Schoolreportcard.org

    FULL INTERNSHIP SPRING 2018 APPLICATION

    Fall 2017 Full Internship Applications will be available online after Aug. 30, 2017

    The DEADLINE for full intern applications is 5:00 p.m. close of business, Sept. 11

    Please print the instruction page and follow all instructions prior to initiating the

    on-line process.

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    http://academics.nsuok.edu/education/Internships/InternshipResources.aspxhttp://academics.nsuok.edu/education/Internships/InternshipResources.aspx

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    In the event that you have questions you may contact:

    Dr. Cindi Fries, Pre-Internship II Instructor (918) 449-6588 [email protected]

    Dr. Tracy Thompson, Director Clinical Education (918) 444-3758

    [email protected]

    Ms. Linda Gay, Administrative Assistant, (918) 444-3708 [email protected]

    STAY INFORMED

    At the beginning of the semester, check NSU Blackboard site for the course

    syllabus and the Pre-II requirements.

    The first assignment Pre-II Meet & Greet must be brought (paper copy) to Pre-II

    Seminar #1

    Please check the Blackboard website each week for all upcoming dates, events,

    deadlines, and assignments

    COE Website for Placement Information: www.academics.nsuok.edu/education

    Professional dress is expected at all Pre-II Seminars and Full Internship events

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]://www.academics.nsuok.edu/education

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    Fall 2017 Calendar

    EDUC 4032 Pre-II Internship

    Professional dress is expected at all Pre-II Seminars and Full Internship events

    August 21, Monday Classes Begin

    August 30, Wednesday Spring 2018 Full Internship Application Available online

    August 31, Thursday Pre II Internship Seminar #1 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Traditional and EPIC Broken Arrow BAED 219

    September 1, Friday Pre II Internship Seminar #1

    2:00 PM 4:00 PM Traditional and EPIC Tahlequah WEBB Auditorium

    September 2, Saturday Pre II Internship Seminar #1 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Traditional and EPIC

    Broken Arrow BAED 219 September 11, Monday Spring 2018 Full Internship Application Due

    September 21, Thursday Pre II Internship Seminar #2 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Traditional and EPIC

    Broken Arrow BAED 219

    September 22, Friday Pre II Internship Seminar #2 2:00 PM 4:00 PM Traditional and EPIC Tahlequah WEBB Auditorium

    September 22 September 26 Spring 2018 Full Internship Sign Up Friday-Tuesday for Placement Interviews

    Tahlequah Campus Bagley Hall 227

    September 23, Saturday Pre II Internship Seminar #2 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Traditional and EPIC Broken Arrow BAED 219

    September 25 September 28 Spring 2018 Full internship Sign Up

    Monday - Thursday for Placement Interviews Broken Arrow Campus BAED 153

    September 27, Wednesday Spring 2018 Full Internship Placement 8:30 AM 3:30 PM Interviews

    Tahlequah Campus, Bagley Hall 3rd Floor

    September 28, Thursday Spring 2018 Full Internship Placement

    8:30 AM 3:30 PM Interviews

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    Tahlequah Campus, Bagley Hall 3rd Floor

    October 2, Monday Spring 2018 Full Internship Placement 3:00 PM 6:40 PM Interviews

    Broken Arrow BAAS Annex October 3, Tuesday Spring 2018 Full Internship Placement

    9:00 AM 3:00 PM Interviews Broken Arrow BAAS Annex

    October 26, Thursday Pre II Internship Seminar #3 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Traditional and EPIC

    Broken Arrow BAED 219 October 27, Friday Pre II Internship Seminar #3

    2:00 PM 4:00 PM Traditional and EPIC Tahlequah- WEBB Auditorium

    October 28, Saturday Pre II Internship Seminar #3 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Traditional and EPIC

    Broken Arrow BAED 219 November 16, Thursday Spring 2018 Full Internship Orientation

    4:00 PM 6:00. PM Seminar Tahlequah WEBB Auditorium

    November 16, Thursday Pre Professional Induction Ceremony 6:00PM 7:00PM Tahlequah WEBB Auditorium

    November 17, Friday Spring 2018 Full Internship Orientation 4:00 PM 6:00 PM Seminar Broken Arrow BAAS Auditorium

    November 17, Friday Pre Professional Induction Ceremony 6:00 PM 7:00 PM Broken Arrow BAAS Auditorium

    November 30, Thursday Pre II Internship Seminar #4 and 10:00 AM 12:00 PM Assignment Check in

    12:30 PM 2:00 PM Traditional and EPIC Broken Arrow BAED 219

    December 1, Friday Pre II Internship Seminar #4 and 2:00 PM 4:00 PM Assignment Check In

    4:00 PM 5:00 PM Traditional and EPIC Tahlequah - WEBB Auditorium

    December 2, Saturday Pre II Internship Seminar #4 and 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Assignment Check In

    11:30 PM 1:00 PM Traditional and EPIC Broken Arrow BAED 219

    December 15, Friday Classes End

  • EDUC 4032 Fall 17 CRN BA 21119 , TQ 21117

    Pre-II Placement Packet Summary Reminders

    Updated background check required anytime May 2017 Aug. 2017. Interns cant

    start without an updated background check

    Check NSU Blackboard site for the course syllabus and the Pre-II requirements

    Professional dress is expected at all Pre-II Seminars and Full Internship events

    EPIC Interns start internship as soon as teachers report after the summer break

    Traditional Interns dont start internship until after attending Pre-II Seminar #1

    The first assignment Pre-II Meet & Greet must be brought (paper copy) to Pre-II

    Seminar #1

    Complete the online Full Internship Application Placement list posted on COE Pre-II

    Internship website and will continue to grow. Some wont be placed until after the

    Fall semester begins

    As soon as your placement is posted, notify your clinical faculty with your beginning

    internship date