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EDUC697 - Clinical Supervision

 

Clinical supervision is a professional candidate teaching experience that is a result oriented, performance based experience requiring the demonstration of a satisfactory level of teaching performance. The clinical requires demonstration of teaching competencies in a school setting under the direction of cooperating teachers and university supervisors. The clinical experience provides the candidate teacher with the opportunity to learn, in depth, the full role and meaning of teaching in a supervised school setting. Experiences include planning and organizing for instruction, developing classroom teaching competencies and skills, evaluating student progress, participating in extra-curricular activities, working with special school personnel, and utilizing 21st Century Learning Resources in the instructional program. The candidate teacher is placed in the clinical for a minimum of 12 weeks. Throughout the course, candidate teachers are required to keep logs and journals of their experiences and to review the teaching/learning process with their supervisors.

 

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Book Title: Digital Video Camera - please email booklist@apus.edu for specific requirements
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Book Title: Various resources from the APUS Library & the Open Web are used. Links provided inside the classroom in the Lessons section.
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