Read through this summary of University Supervisor Responsibilities, Tips and Resources. University Supervisor Tips
The complete Teacher Education Program handbook is available at any time. The specific section that covers student teaching is available here: Student Teaching Syllabus
Student Teachers use a cloud-based system called Chalk & Wire to upload their required journals and artifacts for their university supervisor to read and assess. When a student submits an item, the university supervisor will receive and email notifying them that they have work to assess.
To see everything that student teachers will be submitting in Chalk and Wire Anthology Portfolio, click here.
Student teachers will need to clearly describe, analyze and reflect on all ten InTASC standards sometime in their journals. All 10 InTASC Standards at a Glance
Note that not everything in their eportfolio will go to their university supervisor, here is a link to a document that will show everything you should receive. University Supervisor Copy of Chalk and Wire submissions
If you have questions on how to assess the student teacher's work or if you have any questions about accessing the Chalk and Wire system or need your Chalk & Wire password reset, contact Garnet Coulthard firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior to the placement you should familiarize yourself with student teaching requirements, processes, and evaluation forms. The links below should have all the forms you will need.
- It may be helpful to read the Supervisor Overview and Expectations document to fully understand your responsibilities as a university supervisor.
- Contact your student teacher(s) to determine the start date and when you will visit the classroom during the first week.
- Review a copy of the Student Teaching Checklist to aid in your communication with the teacher and student teacher. You should go over this checklist with your student teacher during the initial meet and greet meeting.
- This link will download a copy of the most current version of the Program Handbook for Teacher Education This handbook combines last year's Teacher Education Handbook and Field Experience Handbook.