Buy Guided EDST 591 – Student Teaching Local – Own Classroom (16 wk)


Buy Guided EDST 591-Student Teaching Local-Own Classroom 16 wk

Course Summary

Teaching in an accredited K-12 institution and participation in related professional activities. Applies what has been learned to the actual process of the classroom for which the candidate has been employed.

For information regarding the prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.


Student teaching is the culmination of all of the candidate’s coursework in preparation for teaching. It is essential to provide an opportunity to communicate with university supervisors.

Measurable Learning Results

Upon successful completion of this course, the candidate will be able to:

  1. Analyze legal issues regarding the teacher’s role and responsibilities in education.
  2. Analyze student teaching experiences through reflective journal entries while integrating a biblical worldview.
  3. Compare applied techniques to solving classroom management problems.
  4. Contrast the defined programs of exceptionality.
  5. Provide evidence of sound teaching practices.

Course Assignment

Textbook readings and presentations

Course Requirements Checklist

After reading the Syllabus and Student Expectations, the candidate will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.

Total No of Discussions (2)

Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the candidate is required to provide a thread in response to the provided prompt for each forum. Each thread must be 200 words and demonstrate course-related knowledge. In addition to the thread, the candidate is required to reply to 2 classmates’ threads. Each reply must be 100 words. (MLO: A)

Placement Verification

The Student Teaching in Your Own Classroom Verification Form must be completed after the first day of the placement providing the information requested regarding the placement location and on-site mentor information. This information must be consistent with the information provided by the Field Office. The candidate will let the instructor know if there are any discrepancies.

Quiz: Placement Attendance

The candidate will complete the Attendance Quiz by answering questions regarding attendance for the student teaching placement.

Journal Entries & Weekly Logs (15)

The candidate will submit a 2- to 3-paragraph journal entry summarizing the week at school. The candidate’s entries should reflect personal experiences about what was learned and what challenges were faced while also responding to a prompt. Weekly hours will be logged and also recorded in LiveText. During select weeks, the FEM will be checked for the recording of hours. The candidate must input his/her direct and indirect hours in the “View Placement Details” in the FEM; the onsite mentor must then approve those hours. (MLO: B)

Weekly Schedule

The candidate will fill in the Weekly Schedule Template, located in the Student Teaching Handbook, and submit it to the course instructor. (MLO: E)

Lesson Plans (11)

The candidate will submit lesson plans each Friday prior to the week the lessons are to be taught. The lesson plans for the first 5 lessons taught will be written as detailed lesson plans. After completing the 5 detailed lesson plans with approval from the Course Instructor, the candidate can use block lesson plans for the subsequent lessons. The differences between completing the 2 kinds and further guidelines are outlined in the course. (MLO: C, D, E)

Initial Visit and Confidentiality Agreement

The Initial Visit form is located in the Student Teacher Handbook. The candidate, On-Site Mentor, and University Supervisor will obtain this form and complete it during the candidate’s first visit to the school. (MLO: A)

Field Experience Summary Check

The candidate will submit his/her Field Experience Summary (FES) form for review. If an area has not been completed, the candidate will need to make arrangements to complete any missing field experiences. (MLO: D)

On-Site Mentor Observations (3)

The On-Site Mentor will complete the observation form provided in The Student Teaching Handbook for three formal lessons the candidate teaches during the placement. (MLO: C, D, E)

Mid-Term CPAST

The candidate’s On-Site Mentor will complete this assessment through the FEM in LiveText. The consensus score report should be submitted by the candidate in the course. (MLO: A, C, D, E)

Field Experience Assessment

The Field Experience Assessment is completed in two parts in LiveText. The completed FES form should be submitted for review and a reflection regarding these experiences should also be included. This assignment must be submitted in LiveText. Failure to complete all areas on the FES form will impact the final course grade and will hinder the candidate from proceeding to Gate 4. (MLO: A, C, D, E)


The candidate will complete the Portfolio he/she has been working on throughout the program and will submit it to both LiveText and the course. (MLO: C, D, E)

P-12 Survey Assignment

The P-12 Survey Assignment is a way for the candidate to receive feedback from students about their perceptions of the candidate’s instruction and effectiveness as a teacher. The assignment should be completed in LiveText near the end of his/her student teaching placement.


The candidate’s On-Site Mentor and University Supervisor will complete this assessment through the FEM section of LiveText. The consensus score report should be submitted by the candidate in the course. (MLO: A, C, D, E)

Quiz: Program Completer Survey

The candidate will complete a quiz after submitting a survey providing the School of Education information to continue contact after graduation.

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