DANED 76602 - Student Teaching
Teacher candidates complete a total of 20 days of student teaching under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member and a certified Dance teacher in a New York City school selected by the college. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management and will be observed by Hunter dance faculty twice during the course of their student teaching experience. All student teachers are required to participate in a seminar class meeting for a total of 15 hours. A culminating professional project is required before graduation.
prereq: SEDF 70300, 70400, 70500, 70600; SEDC 71000; DANED 76000, DANED 76200
Hours 20 days plus 15 hour seminar
Students must apply in the fall semester if they have completed prerequisite courses and expect to student teach in the spring, and in the spring semester if they wish to student teach in the fall. All field placements are designated by Hunter College in New York City public schools. Scores on the LAST and the ATS-W exams must be received by the coordinator of adolescent education prior to enrollment in student teaching. The dance content exam scores are required before graduation.
Open to Track 3 students with initial certification in a subject area other dance OR by advisement for students who are currently teaching dance in accredited schools that do not require teacher certification in dance.
All students must, the semester before taking this course, apply for student teaching through the education division and the dance program.