NSO 2007

Information about NSO 2007

Published on January 14, 2008

Author: Susann

Source: authorstream.com

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UTEP’s College of Education :  UTEP’s College of Education Dean Dr. Josie Tinajero Slide2:  EC-4 Generalist EC-4 BED Generalist 4-8 Generalist 4-8 BED Generalist 4-8 Math/Science 4-8 Mathematics 4-8 Social Studies 4-8 Engl/LA/Red 4-8 Engl/LA/Red/SS ALL LEVELS EC-12 SPED EC-12 Art or Music ED-12 Physical Education SECONDARY (HIGH SCHOOL) Business Communication English English/Language Arts Theatre Arts French German Spanish History Political Science Psychology Social Studies (Composite) Sociology Mathematics Biology Chemistry Earth Science Life/Earth Science Physical Science Physics Natural Sciences (Composite) Health ELEMENTARY &MIDDLE SCHOOL Slide3:  8-12 Math and Science 4-8 Math and Science Special Education 4-8 Bilingual Education Slide4:  Communications 9 hours U.S. History 6 hours Political Science 6 hours Mathematics 3 hours Natural Sciences 6 hours Social/Behavioral Sciences 3 hours from: Visual and Performing Arts 3 hours from: Institution Designated Option 3 hours Humanities 3 hours from: (Some courses require a lab) Slide5:  Projected (Sample) Pre-Education Degree Plan *(IS): Interdisciplinary Studies courses *Note: flexibility exists for more or less courses depending on students’ situations (i.e. high school credit, minimesters, testing out of certain classes, remedial courses, etc.) Slide6:  a. Follow requirements of your degree plan b. Apply for Teacher Education Program (TED) i. Eng 1311, 1312 and Comm 1301 with a “C” or better ii. Math 1319/1320 or higher with a “C” or better iii. THEA (or TASP): passing scores on all three sections a. Writing – 220 (you may be exempt) b. Math – 230 (you may be exempt) c. Reading – 250 iv. Complete 60 hours with UTEP GPA of 2.5 or better v. File your official degree plan (see your Education advisor) c. **Complete required Education Courses – SPED, BED, ECED, RED, MSED, TED Complete your field work (internship semesters) in schools Fulfill certification requirements **NOTE: You must be admitted to Teacher Ed to take these courses. Slide7:  After you are Admitted to TED, you will enroll in Internship Semesters. The field work will help you to develop an understanding of the knowledge, values, and experiential bases necessary to become an effective teacher Internship Semester I – EC-4 and 4-8 Students are assigned to schools for 3 half-days. Students are also taking courses. Internship II – EC-4 and 4-8 Students are normally assigned to the same school where they take responsibility for whole class instruction. Students are assigned for 3 full days while taking courses. NOTE: Secondary and All-Levels students participate in an Internship Semester where they are assigned to a school for 4.5 days and take an additional education course. Slide8:  To answer questions you may have. To keep track of progress in your degree plan and make sure you are taking your required courses. To make sure you’ve met your requirements for Teacher Education. For career advising. To apply for Admission to Teacher Education and Internship Semesters To make sure you graduate on time. ***NOTE: Students with 0 – 45 hours, Mandatory Advising with Academic Advising Center.** Slide9:  Academic Advising Center (AAC) Academic Advising Center (Hawthorne St.) Students from 0 – 45 hours Arroyo, Christina – Program Advisor (@Academic Advising Center) You will be assigned to an AAC Advisor College of Education Education Building Room 412 Students from 46+ hours Anaya, Ana – Advisor Carrasco, Terry – Certification Specialist Esposito, Ellen – Secondary Advisor (@College of Science) 747-7497 Jaquez, Cecilia – Teacher Certification Evaluator Nations, Sylvia – Internship Placement Coordinator Parker, Stacey; Vereen, Meg; Rucker, Jay-Ann; Corral, Nuvia - Mentors Rodriguez, Lizabeth – Administrative Clerk Segura, Patsy – Internship Experience Specialist Smith, Angelia – Program Advisor, College of Education 747-5408 Vasquez, David – Secondary Advisor (@College of Liberal Arts) 747-5290 Webpage: http://academics.utep.edu/education Slide10:  Kappa Delta Pi: An International Society in Education that is dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education.  The society is a community of scholars dedicated to worthy ideals for outstanding students. Contact [email protected] BESO (Bilingual Education Student Organization) is organized for charitable, educational purposes and is open to all persons interested in advancing the cause of bilingual-bicultural education. GPA requirements 2.5 Dues. $20 yearly Contact [email protected] Texas State Teachers Association, UTEP Student Chapter, is a new student organization in our college. Membership is open to any UTEP undergraduate student who is interested in education. The Goal is to promote interest in education and to cooperate in improving the profession and the community. Monthly meetings focus on educational issues such as PPR standards and tips for teaching. For more information contact Dr. Hampton at [email protected] Slide11:  FINANCIAL AID -Grants/Loans/Work Study Will pay for 170 hours total and you cannot continue to receive funds after that unless you appeal Perkins Loan is need-based (forgiven if you teach at a low-income school) Stafford Loans Subsidized (no interest) – if you teach Math, Science or SPED for 5 years the loan will be forgiven up to $17, 500 Unsubsidized (interest) – same as above STEP-UP Scholarship For more information and deadlines, go to: www.utep.edu/education/stepup MAST Scholarship For Math and Science Secondary (8 – 12) students Contact: Jeannine Kennedy 747-5305 [email protected] Slide12:  M.Ed. in Educational Administration  Higher Education Program of Study  M.Ed. in Educational Diagnostician M.Ed. in Guidance and Counseling M.Ed. in Special Education Master of Arts in Education Master of Education-Reading Education Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Administration  Master of Education – Instructional Specialist: Bilingual Education Career & Technology Education Early Childhood Education Education Technology Interdisciplinary Studies Math Education Reading Education Science Education  Graduate Programs Look to the Future… Contact: Luz Rolon 747-5515 Email: [email protected]

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