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DOCUMENT RESUMEED 036 488IIILLINSIIIUTICNPUE LATENOTEELKS PRICEDESCRIPTORSiLENTI IERSSP 003 576CENTRAL MINNESOTA TEACHER EDUCATICN COUNCILPROGRAMS,, GRADUATE INTERNSHIP IN ELEMENTARYTEACHING.SAINT CLOUD STATE COLL., MINN.7082P.; 1970 AACTE DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT AWARD,SPECIAL RECCGNITIONEDRS PRICE MF-0.50 HC- 4.20*COLLEGE SCHCCL COOPERATION, INTERINSTITUTIONALCOOPERATION, *INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS, MASTER TEACHERS,PROGRAM COORDINATION, *STATE COLLEGES, *STUDENTTEACHING, *TEACHER EDUCATION, TEACHER PLACEMENT,URBAN TEACHING*CENTRAL MINNESCTA TEACHER EDUCATICN COUNCILAESTRACTTHE ESSENTIAL PURPOSE CF THIS DOCUMENT IS TODESCRIBE IRE CRGANIZATICN AND OPERATION OF SHE CENTRAL MINNESOTATEACHER EDUCATION CCUNCIL (CMTEC) AND SEVERAL PROGRAMS WHICH IT HASDEVELOPED IN CEDER TC IMPROVE TEACHER EDUCATION, TO POOL THERESOURCES ANL IDEAS OF 35 SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN CENTRAL MINNESOTA, ANDIC ENHANCE COLLEGE-SCHOCI CCMMUNICATION., ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP IN THISNCN-FROiiT, TA2-EXEMPT CORPCEATICN IS OPEN TO ST. CLOUD STATE COLLEGEAND IC ANY SCHCOL DISTRICT HAVING A CONTRACT WITH THE COLLEGE FOBSTUDENT TEACHER PLACEMENT. TWO OF THE MAJOR ASSETS OF CMTEC ARE: (1)THE CCMMON MARKET, CPEN TO STUDENT TEACHERS FROM ANY OF THE FIVESTATE COLLEGES IN MINNESOTA AND OF PARTICULAR VALUE TO THOSE WHO WISHA MELECPOLITAN CE INNER CITY EXPERIENCE IN THE TWIN CITIES, AND (2) APOST-GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM BASED ON A SERIES OF CLEARLY DEFINEDAND INTERLOCKING RESPONSIBILITIES. AMONG THE DESCRIPTIVE MANUALS ORMATERIALS INCLUDED WITH THE DOCUMENT ARE THE CMTEC ORGANIZATION ANDOPERATION MANUAL, THE STUDENT TEACHING HANDBOOK, AND A HANDBOOK CNTHE COMMON MARKET STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAM. (AUTHOR/JES)

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Iwomilwinymm,.F1105hem Ellen Presents Shall mine, Greeting:Whereas, Articles of Incorporation, duly signedand acknowledged under oath,have been recorded in the office of the Secretary of State, on the-- 31st -Mayday of, A, D. 19 66for the incorporation ofCentral Minnesota Teacher Education Councilunder and in accordance with the provisions of theMinnesota Nonprofit CorporationAct, Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 317;NOW, g Want?,I, Joseph L. Donovan,Secretary of State of the State of Minnesota,by virtue of the powers and duties vested in me by law, do herebycertify that the saidCentral Minneeota Teacher Education Councilisa legally organized Corporation under the laws of this State.Witness my official signature hereunto subscribed and the Great Seal of the State of Minnesotahereunto affixed thisthirty-firstMayinone thous nd nine hundred andday01the year of our Lordsixty-six.Secretary of State.

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATIONofCENTRAL MINNESOTA TEACHER EDUCATION COUNCILWe, the undersigned, for the purpose of forming a corporation underand pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 317 Minnesota Statutes,known as the Minnesota Nonprofit Corporation Act, do hereby associate ourselves together as a body corporate and adopt the followingArticles of Incorporation:ARTICLE INameThe name of this corporation shall be: Central Minnesota TeacherEducation Council (CMTEC).ARTICLE IIPurposeThe purpose of the Council shall be to promote the improvementof teacher education with emphasis upon student teaching, internships, and research.ARTICLE IIIPecuniary GainThis corporation shall not afford pecuniary gain, incidentally orotherwise, to its members.ARTICLE IVDurationThe period of duration of corporate existence of this corporationshall be perpetual. In the event of dissolution of this corporation, theassets and property of the corporation after payment and discharge ofits debts and obligations, shall be transferred to the St. Cloud StateCollege, subject, however, to the uses and trusts imposed thereon bythe donors thereof, but at no time shall said assets ever be distributedto organizations other than those which are exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.2

ARTICLE VLocationThe location of the registered office of this corporation shall bethe School of Education, State College, St. Cloud, Minnesota.ARTICLE VIThe name and address of each incorporator of this corporation is:NameAddressKermit Eastman, 1024 16th Avenue South, St. Cloud, Minnesotalrvamae Applegate, St. Cloud State College, St. Cloud, MinnesotaRobert H. Wick, 506 5th Avenue South, St. Cloud, MinnesotaFloyd Perry, 1027 7th Avenue South, St. Cloud, Minnesota.ARTICLE VIINumber of DirectorsThe number of directors of the corporation shall be nine. Theyshall be apportioned from participants of the student teaching programof the St. Cloud State College, as follows: Three public school teachers who have had experience supervising student teachers or interns,three public school administrators, and three college administratorsor supervisors. The tenure of office of such a board of directors shallbe three years. The name and address of each such first director andthe limitation of the first term are:Term expires June 30Kermit EastmanDirector of Elementary EducationSt. Cloud, Minnesota1969A. P. Bergee1968Superintendent of SchoolsCircle Pines, MinnesotaEdward FoltmerDirector of Secondary EducationSt. Louis Park, Minnesota1967Alice BingerJunior High TeacherHopkins, Minnesota19693--

Marvel BongartElementary TeacherLong Lake, Minnesota1968Jerome Wagner1967Senior High TeacherAnoka, MinnesotaFloyd PerryDirector of Student TeachingSt. Cloud State CollegeSt. Cloud, Minnesota1969Alice EnglishSupervisor, St. Cloud State CollegeSt. Cloud, Minnesota1968Irvamae ApplegateDean, School of EducationSt. Cloud State CollegeSt. Cloud, Minnesota1967ARTICLE VIIIPersonal LiabilityThere shall be no personal liability of any member for corporateobligations. The only obligation of members shall be the payment ofdues upon acceptance of membership:ARTICLE IXMembership DuesActive members --Active membership with full benefits and votingprivilege shall be restricted to the representative of those schooldistricts that are current in payment of dues to the Council, the fiverepresentatives of the St. Cloud State College, and the three super-vising teachers elected to the Board of Directors. Dues shall bepaid only by the participating public school districts. Dues shallbe paid at a fixed rate per student teacher placed in said districtduring a college quarter. Each school district will be sent a statementat the close of each quarter. Payment to the Central Minnesota Teach-er Education Council (CMTEC) must be paid within thirty days inorder to retain active membership.

Associate membersindividual. Membership 20Organization Membership 50Inscitutional Membership 100Any further annual dues for active or associate members shall bedetermined by a majority vote of members present at the annualbusiness meeting. Such dues, upon acceptance of membership, shallbe collectible as any other contractual obligation provided by statute.ARTICLE XCapital StockThis corporation shall have no capital stock.ARTICLE XIOther Organizational ProvisionsOther provisions relating to the organization of said corporation,unless contained in these Articles or amendments thereto as providedby statute, shall be provided for in the Bylaws of said corporation.5

In Tesr,itnony Whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names this20 day ofMay1966.Robert H. WickKermit EastmanIrvamae ApplegateFloyd PerrySTATE OF MINNESOTASSStearnsCOUNTY OFOn this20day ofMayA.D. 19 66,personallyappeared before meRobert H. WickKermit EastmanIrvamae ApplegateFloyd Perryto me known to be the persons described in and who executed the foregoing Articles of Incorporation of Central Minnesota Teacher Education Council, and they acknowledged that they executed the same astheir free act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein expressed.M. BalgaardStearnsNotary Public,My commission expiresNOTARIAL SEAL6County,7-19-70

BYLAWSCentral Minnesota Teacher Education Council(CMTEC)ARTICLE IMembershipSection 1.Classes of Membership: Membership in this Council shallbe composed of three classes --active, associate, and honorary.A. Active membership in the Council is open to the St. Cloud StateCollege and to any school district having a contract with the St.Cloud State College for the purpose of student teaching placements. Active membership with full benefits and voting privilegeshall be restricted to the representative from those school districts that are current in payment of dues to the Council, the fiverepresentatives of the St. Cloud State College, and the threesupervising teachers elected to the Board of Directors. Activemembership implies an interest in cooperative efforts with othermembers of the Council to promote the improvement of teachereducation with emphasis upon student teaching, internships, andresearch. The active membership shall be composed of the following:1. School Districtsa) The superintendent or his designated representative,from each school district having a contract with the St.Cloud State College for student teaching. Three ;.hallserve as members on the Board of Directors, each fora three year term. One member shall be elected byballot at the annual business meeting.b) Three public school teachers who have had experiencesupervising student teachers or interns in the St. CloudState College teacher education program. Each shallserve a term of three years as members of the Counciland the Board of Directors. One member shall be electedby ballot at the annual business meeting.2. St. Cloud State Collegea) The President, Academic Dean, Dean of the School ofEducation, one college supervisor of student teachers,and the Director of Student Teaching. Three shall servea three year term as members of the Board of Directors.One member shall be elected by ballot at the annual,business meeting.,,0 et,

nttB. Associate membership is open to individuals, professional organ-izations, and other organizations and institutions interested inpromoting and improving teacher education. Associate membersare entitled to copies of publications of the Council and all meetings are open to them, but they cannot vote nor can they holdoffices in the Council. Associate members may participate inresearch or other activities of the Council upon application toand favorable action by the Board of Directors.C. Honorary membership may be conferred upon any person or agencyby a two -thirds vote of those present at the annual meeting, thename(s) having been proposed by the Board of Directors of theCouncil.Section 2. Duties of Members: Each active member of the Councilshall have the responsibility of thoroughly understanding thestudent teaching program and the work of the Council and willhave the responsibility of interpreting and explaining them in hisschool district.Each active member of the Council shall assume major responsibility for the orientation of student teachers, supervising teachers, other school personnel, and the public about the studentteaching program and the work of the Council in his school district.Each active member of the Council shall have the responsibility of implementing improvements in teacher education withemphasis on student teaching, internships, and research.Section 3. Dues and Fees: Active membership with full benefits andvoting privilege shall be restricted to the representative of thoseschool districts that are current in payment of dues to the Council,the five representatives of the St. Cloud State College, and thethree supervising teachers elected to the Board of Directors.Dues shall be paid only by the participating public school districts. Dues shall be determined by the Board of Directors andshall be paid at a fixed rate per student teacher placed in saiddistrict during a college quarter. Each school district will besent a statement at the close of each quarter. Payment to theCentral Minnesota Teacher Education Council (CMTEC) must bepaid within thirty days in order to retain active membership.Associate membership dues shall be at an annual rate beginning July 1 and shall be at the following rate:Individual Membership 20Organizational Membership 508

Institutional Membership 100Associate membership applications will be acted upon by theBoard of Directors.Any further dues for active or associate members shall be determined by a majority vote of members present at the annual business meeting.Section 4. Terminating Membership: Active or asso ciate membersdesiring to terminate membership should do so in writing not laterthan April 1st. The effective date for terminating membershipshall be June 30th.Section 5. Voting: Each active member is entitled to one vote on allaffairs of the Council. This vote for each school district shall becast by the superintendent or his representative and for the St.Cloud State College by each of its five active members. The threesupervising teachers who serve as active members of the Counciland as members of the Board of Directors shall each have onevote.ARTICLE IIOfficersSection 1. Officers:. The officers shall be a Chairman, a Vice -Chairman, and an Executive Secretary. Each shall be selected byballot by the Board of Directors from its membership. Each shallserve in the same capacity for the Council and the Board.Section 2. Qualifications: Any person eligible for active membership on the Council is eligible to be elected as a member of theBoard of Directors. Any member of the Board may be elected toany office.Section 3. Election: The Board of Directors shall be selected byballot at the annual business meeting. The Board shall select theofficers at its first business meeting following the annual businessmeeting of the Council.Section 4. Tenure: Each officer shall be selected for a term of oneyear and shall assume office at the first meeting of the Board ofDirectors following the annual business meeting of the Council.Should any officer be unable to fulfill his responsibilities,through sickness, death, or any other reason, the Board of Direct-ors shall have the power to appoint a replacement for the unexpired term.9

Section 5. The duties of officers shall be such as their titles implyand as the by -laws state.The Chairman: The chairman of the Board of Directors shall alsoserve as chairman of the Council and shall preside at all meet-ings of the Council and Board. The Chairman, with the approval ofthe Board, may appoint or dissolve committees at any time deemednecessary. He shall perform such other duties as may be assignedto him by the Board or by action of the Council in .general session.The Vice - Chairman:The vice -chairman shall assume responsibilities as designated by the Chairman and the Board of Directors.The Executive Secretary: The executive secretary shall serve assecretary - treasurer of the Council and Board of Directors. Heshall certify as recognized active members those persons whichmeet the requirements. He will notify the Chairman of any schooldistrict which fails to meet the requirements, and that unit willbe ineligible to vote or to receive other benefits accruing to activemembers. The executive secretary. shall be responsible for communications with Council and Board members; for public relations;for coordination of plans for the annual business.meeting; for suchduties as may be assigned by the Board of Directors.ARTICLE IIIBoard of DirectorsSection 1. Membership: The Board of Directors shall consist of nineactive members and shall be apportioned as follows: Three publicschool teachers who have had experience supervising studentteachers or interns, three public school administrators, and threecollege administrators or supervisors.Section 2. Election: The members of the Board of Directors shall beelected by ballot at the annual business meeting.Section 3. Tenure: Members of the Board of Directors shall be elected for a term of three years, three members being elected eachyear. If a member of the ,Board is unable to serve, the Chairmanwith the approval of the Board may fill the vacancy by appointment.Section 4. Quorum: The number present required for a quorum in theBoard of Directors shall be five (5)., If there is no quorum, thosepresent may act as an official body in considering problems and/orissues and make recommendations and/cr motions. These recommendations and/or motions .shall be presented to the entire Boardof Directors by mail ballot and be tabulated by the Executive10

471.17r.Secretary. Any motion and/or recommendation approved by amajority of the Board of Directors, five (5) or more, by mail ballotis an official act.Section 5. Powers: The Board of Directors shall have power to:a) transact the general business of the Council, fill vacancies inoffice, .tct upon applications for associate membership, andrecommend persons for honorary membership.b) authorize the Executive Secretary to make contracts for theCouncil, employ secretarial services and pay the expensesinvolved.c) appoint representatives and delegates to attend conferencesor meetings and authorize travel and other expenses.d) conduct workshops and conferences and authorize the payment of the expenses involved.Section 6. Duties: The duties of the Board of Directors shall be to:a) attend to all business that occurs between meetings of theCouncil.b) have the accounts of the Council audited prior to the annualbusiness meeting.c) present an annual report of its major proceedings and financialaffairs at the annual business meeting.d) plan and conduct an annual student teaching conference andauthorize the payment of expenses involved.e) develop and promote improved teacher education programs withemphasis on student teaching, internships, and research. Thisshall be done as cooperative ventures involving the college(s)and public schools.ARTICLE IVAffiliationThe Council ,shall participate in the activities of such educational organizations and institutions as shall be approved by theBoard of Directors.ARTICLE VMeetingsSection 1. The annual meeting of the Council shall be held during themonth of April at a time and place selected by the Board of Directors.Section 2. Other business meetings of the Council may be called by11

the chairman or by a voting majority of the Board of Directors.The agenda for each meeting, including the time and place ofsuch meetings, will be prepared by the Executive Secretarymailed to the members at least five (5) days in advance of andthemeeting.Section 3.Meetings of the Board of Directors shall be at the callof the Chairman or any three members of the Board.Section 4. Quorum: The members present at the annual businessmeeting of the Council shall constitute a quorum. Twenty membersof the Council shall constitute a quorum at a specially calledbusiness meeting.Section 5. Procedure: The rules of parliamentary practice describedin Robert's Rules of Order-Revised shall govern the proceedingsof the Council, subject to the special rules which have beenmay be adopted.orARTICLE VIGeneral ProvisionsSection 1. Amending By-Laws: Proposed amendments will becomepart of the By -Laws when they have been (1) approved by amajority of the Board of Directors, and (2) approved by a twothirds vote of the members present at a regularly scheduled business meeting of the Council.Section 2. Initiating Projects: All Council projects shall be clearedthrough the Board of Directors before taken to the Council. as awhole for discussion and ultimate approval.Section 3.Fiscal Year:The fiscal year for all Council activitiesshall be from July 1. through June 30.Officially adopted by Council membershipApril 18, 1966DateFloyd PerryExecutive Secretary12

CENTRAL MINNESOTA TEACHER EDUCATION COUNCILSchool of Education, State CollegeSt. Cloud, MinnesotaACTIVE MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORMThe undersigned, being duly constituted legal representative ofName of School Districthereby applies for membership in the Central Minnesota Teacher Education Council and agrees that:The school district will supply to the student teacher opportunityto work in a teaching -learning situation cooperatively with teach-ers who have a completed baccalaureate degree and who arecertified under regulations of the State of Minnesota.The St. Cloud State College and the school district will developcooperatively and implement the student teaching program aspresented in the Student Teaching Handbook and the constitutionof the Central Minnesota Teacher Education Council.Signature of the SuperintendentThe official representative on the Council will benametitleMailing AddressAgreed to and approved by(Signature of the Director of Student Teaching)St. Cloud State CollegeDate13

The following indicates how the sixty-four dollars ( 64) per student teacher is divided:I. Among supervising teachersII. Operation expenses of CMTECand Board of DirectorsIII. Professional improvement in thecenters from among the following: 30 per student teacher 30 20 per student teacher 20 14 per student teacher 141. One comprehensive individual membership in AST for each building takingSt. Cloud student teachers ( 10 each)2. Building professional library3. Expenses for attendance at conferences and workshops4. Payments for workshop speakers orconference leaders5. Scholarships and/or tuition payments 64Example:Assuming an average of 15 student teachers in a center during ayear, the center would receive 4960. Of this, 450 would be dividedamong supervising teachers (I), 300 would be paid the Council (II),and 210 would be used for professional improvement (III).For additional information, please contact:Dr. Floyd PerryDirector of Student TeachingSt. Cloud State CollegeSt. Cloud, Minnesota 5630114

Thirty -fivePublic School Districts\.7St. CloudState CollegeVIState College BoardState ofMinnesotaORGANIZATIONd. Develops projects and1. Special projects in progressa) Internshipb) Followup of graduatessponsors programsapproved by CouncilCouncilBoard of Directorsc. Promote ideas of boardb. Determines membership duesFunctiona. Establish budgetsCouncil and Boardof Directorsa. Rights, privileges,responsibility ofand ByLawsArticles ofIncorporation Thirty -fivePublic School DistrictsExchange of IdeasOPERATIONb. Organizing andsponsoring Councilmeetings and otherconferences andworkshops foradministrators andsupervising teachersannuallya. Four to six meetingsOperationCouncilc. Final approval onmajor issues byb. Items referred toBoard of Directorsannual lya. Two meetingsOperationCollegec. Three from collegeb. Three supervising teachersa. Three administratorsMembership2. Academic Dean3. Dean, School of Education4. Director of Student Teaching5. College Supervisorc. Five from college:1. Presidentb. Three supervising teachersa. One per district (superintendentor his representative)Mem bers h ipState ofMinnesota(nine members)Board of Directors IVCMTEC(forty -three members)teac her)district ( 20 per studentMembership dues from eachThirty-fivePublic School DistrictsVStudent Teaching Payment( 64 per student teacher)CollegeMEMBERSHIP AND FINANCIAL SUPPORTPURPOSE OF COUNCIL: To oromote the improvement of teacher education with emphasis on student teaching, internships, and research.St. Cloud State College, St. Cloud, MinnesotaCENTRAL MINNESOTA TEACHER EDUCATION COUNCILCMTEC

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PublishedbyCMTECCentral Minnesota Teacher Education CouncilSt, Cloud State CollegeSt. Cloud, MinnesotaACKNOWLEDGMENTSThis handbook for student teaching is the result of the cooperativeefforts of many people, each of whom has made a particular contribution.The information and suggestions presented are the result of publicschool and college personnel sharing ideas and working together todevelop a high quality student teaching program.Interwoven in the pages to follow are the rich experiences gainedfrom student teaching supervisors. This handbook would not have beenpossible without their cooperative efforts.It is hoped that you who participate in the student teaching programof St. Cloud State College will gain some valuable insights and understandings from reading this publication.Dr. Floyd PerryDirector of Student TeachingCMTEC - Executive Secretary

STUDENT TEACHINGA.HANDBOOK1967 EditionVST. CLOUD STATE COLLEGE

FOREWORDToday, more than in any other generation, we need the personal touchof teachers, This point needs to be inculcated in the minds of all ourprospective teachers.The youth of today face increasingly complex frustrations, anxietiesand problems of adolescence. It is a time of inner questioning und outward pressures, of dreams and visions to be fulfilled and of the painfuladjustments which are necessary in the face of reality.A great teacher is not one who imparts knowledge to his students,but one who awakens their interest in it and makes them eager to pursueit for themselves. He is a teacher who in some way or other can makehis students develop an "intellectual curiosity" about the life aroundthem; he is a teacher who can make his students react because he hasthe ability to appeal to something in their "inner self",This handbook is designed to aid all those people who are activelyengaged in the off -campus student teaching program. It should be highlyvaluable to those who are participating in the program for the first timeThis handbook is not intended as a detailed guide to the philosophy,organization and administration of the program, Its main purpose is theestablishment of cooperative relationships and effective communicationbetween public school administrators, supervising teachers, studentteachers, college supervisors and others interested in the education offuture teachers,Robert H. Wick, PresidentSt. Cloud State College13

TABLE OF CONTENTSSECTIONIMAJOR CHARACTERISTICS OF THE STUDENTTEACHING PROGRAM1BASIC PRINCIPLES OF STUDENT TEACHINGBASIC OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAMBASIC POLICIESDEFINITION OF TERMSSECTION IISUGGESTIONS TO GUIDE PUBLIC SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS.5THE ROLE OF THE COORDINATORTHE ROLE OF THE PRINCIPALSECTION IIISUGGESTIONS TO GUIDE SUPERVISING TEACHERSORIENTATIONOBSERVATION AND PARTICIPATIONINDUCTION INTO TEACHINGSUPERVISIONCON FERENCESSUGGESTED ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENT TEACHERSSECTION IVSUGGESTIONS TO GUIDE THE STUDENT TEACHER16HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS DURING STUDENT TEACHINGLESSON PLANNINGSECTION VTHE ROLE OF COLLEGE PERSONNEL22DIRECTOR OF STUDENT TEACHINGCOLLEGE SUPERVISOROBSERVATIONS BY COLLEGE SUPERVISORSTUDENT TEACHING CONSULTANTSSECTION VIEVALUATION27USE OF EVALUATION FORMSSAMPLE EVALUATION FORMSSECTION VIICMTEC--CENTRAL MINNESOTA TEACHER EDUCATION31COUNCILPURPOSE AND COMPOSITIONROLE OF REPRESENTATIVE.4,*di Li:2,414.6.-4,2e.dV,14:1,000.,t,r,I,

1SECTION IMAJOR CHARACTERISTICS OF THESTUDENT TEACHING PROGRAMFour aspects of the St. Cloud State College student teaching program are included in this section. These are as follows: (1) basicprinciples of student teaching, (2) basic objectives of the studentteaching program, (3) basic policies, and (4) definition of terms.BASIC PRINCIPLES OF STUDENT TEACHING. The student teaching experiences should providecontact with theimportant phases of a teacher's activity both in and out of school. The student teaching program should provide continuous, meaning-ful experiences through a gradual induction into the duties of thestudent in the teaching situation.The student teaching experiences should vary according to the individual student teacher's experience, ability, interest, and needsand the demands of the profession. The amount of student teaching required should be determined bythe student teacher's ability to demonstrate competency sufficientfor success as a beginning teacher.The opportunity for success should be provided through adequateguidance, supervision, and the cooperative efforts of supervisingteachers, e physical facilities should be adequate to provide a variety offirst-hand experiences with children, youth, and adults in school,home, and community situations.The professional laboratory experiences should be evaluated interms of growth in understandings and abilities needed to assumethe responsibilities of a beginning teacher.BASIC OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAM. To provide an opportunity for the student teacher to teach underguidance in his major and minor fields1

To provide an opportunity for the student teacher to understand therole of the full-time teacherfltTo per mit the student teacher to operate effectively in the role ofthe regular teacher by providing him with the opportunity to workwith children and youthI.1To acquaint the student teacher with the many duties of a full-timeteacher that are necessarily a part of the regular teaching routineboth in the school and communityItTo become acquainted with and participate in the community wherehe is student teaching,BASIC POLICIESThe student teaching assignment is scheduled in the junior or senioryears--preferably the last quarter of the junior year or the first orsecond quarter of the senior year.1The minimum requirement of 16 quarter hours of student teaching iscompleted during a single quarter of full-time responsibility in oneof the student teaching centers.The student teacher lives in the community in which he does hisstudent teaching and devotes full-time to his assignment, This precludes taking college courses and necessitates spending the majority of the weekends in the community.The student teacher is assigned to a community in which he has notbeen a student at a lower educational level and where he is notwell-known by the school personnel.The college supervisor visits the student teacher, supervisingteachers, and administrators at least once every two weeks andgenerally once a week. Supervision is provided by college supervisors who are assignr:d approximr.ely 16-20 student teachers asa full loa

Central Minnesota Teacher Education Council under and in accordance with the provisions of the Minnesota Nonprofit Corporation Act, Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 317; NOW, g Want?, I, Joseph L. Donovan,Secretary of State of the State of Minnesota, by virtue of the. powers and duties vested in me by law, do hereby. certify that the said

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