Module #3: Application-Online Course Assignments
This module is designed for teachers who have not been trained in the supervision of student teachers and are interested in taking student teachers into their classrooms while earning one free graduate credit. Teachers desiring this online training will need to complete all three online modules (PI 34, Supervision and Application) to earn credit for training. (Click the titles to access the assignments)
The purpose of this assignment is to give you the opportunity to work with the teaching standards, practice your observation skills, contemplate appropriate conferencing methods and acquaint yourself with UW Oshkosh’s evaluation tools.
The purpose of the Evaluation assignment is to analyze and evaluate final narrative evaluations.
The purpose of the Standards assignment is to gain a better understanding of the standards.
The purpose of this assignment is to create a resource for a student teacher. This handbook will provide an introduction to your philosophy, expectations, time line, classroom and other information you find relevant to your classroom.
One free Graduate Credit
Registration Form - choose the form that best fits your completion date
- Fall Session Registration Form - 2014 (registration due no later than 9/30/14 - assignments due no later than 12/12/14 - grades posted after 12/17/14)
- Winterim Session Registration Form - 2015 (registration due no later than 1/9/15 - assignments due no later than 1/23/15 - grades posted after 1/30/15)
Spring Session Registration Form - 2015 (registration due no later than 3/18/15 - assignments due no later than 5/30/15 - grades posted after 6/10/15)
Summer Session Registration Form - 2015 (to be announced)
Titan Web is your personal UW Oshkosh website; this space contains important student information, including your grades and tuition bill. It will also hold your class schedule, past courses, and account information.
At UW Oshkosh, students have a variety of online resources to make communication and getting information easier than ever! If you have problems logging in, setting up an account, please call Academic Computing at 920.424.3020.
Submit all documentation to Penny Buckley