Mentor Teacher Information

Attention!
Fall 2017 Applications being accepted NOW

MASTERS ONLY PROGRAMS: We are accepting applications for the Concentration in Curriculum and Instruction. Options include a focus in 21st Century Teaching Learning (100% online), an emphasis in Social Justice (100% online) or emphasis in Early Childhood Education (Hybrid – online and in person).  For more information about these programs, please contact our adviser at edelgradprograms@fullerton.edu.  We are also accepting applications for the 100% online Curriculum and Instruction concentration Educational Technology program.  For more information, please contact Dr. Loretta Donovan  (ldonovan@fullerton.edu) . 

MULTIPLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL or COMBINED MASTERS/MULTIPLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL PROGRAMS: We will continue to accept completed applications for fall 2017 until the program is full.  Have you attended the mandatory in-person credential program overview?

Mentor Teachers:

We would like to start by thanking you for taking on the role of a CSUF mentor teacher. We know our teacher candidates will learn so much from you. You play a critical role in ensuring that they have a successful learning experience.  The following information will help define your role and responsibilities as a mentor/cooperating teacher and explain what you should expect from your teacher candidate.

Please check back regularly for updates, changes and announcements.

Overview

Student Teaching/ Fieldwork

TPEs

Evaluation System

TPA

Concerns

Professional Development

 

 

 

 

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