Audits for Teaching Programs
(left): These happy students started and completed their student teaching in the
SAME semester, following a new policy approved by the university which has all
students complete a one-semester (minimum) student teaching placement.
Those wishing to extend their placement may do so into a second semester.
Teacher Education Check-off
Revised Oct 1, 2008. Effective with the FALL2008 elementary education majors/minors are limited to
the core curriculum areas of Math, Integrated Science, Social Studies and
Language Arts (English for now).
With the change to one-semester student teaching all programs will become
"comprehensive" meaning that one semester of student teaching will be
a graduation requirement for all new students effective in the Fall 2008.
SAY IT BEST: Lake Superior State
University has provided me with invaluable teaching experience. From my
first year to my last, I was able to complete field work, which provided me with
four years of teaching experience in a variety of classrooms. Throughout
this time I was also immersed in educational theory, and by the time I completed
my internship, I felt like I had already completed my first year of teaching.
A major benefit of this teaching program was the valuable contacts I was
able to make within the schools, which helped me to gain employment when I
graduated. I was also able to graduate with 12 post-graduate credits,
which I plan to put toward a Masters in Education. The teaching program at
Lake State has not only given me a solid foundation to build from, but has
helped me develop into a competent and confident professional.
--- Beth Orlando
Teacher Education Graduate-2003
MATH & Other PREREQUISITES - answers the question of what math class is needed for what other
required math classes or science classes. Download our Prerequisite
Effective with the FALL 2008, MATH102 or MATH207 will become admission
requirements to EDUC301 or higher
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SCHEDULE - build your trial schedule on this handy form
Audits not listed
below, or which do not have active links are either not approved, or are only
available from the academic department at this time. Grayed-out
boxes are not available at the grade level indicated.
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Bachelor's Degree? Use this to audit your general or liberal education
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