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ESE 3558 Professional Roles and Teaching Practices B

This 17-week course is designed for Elementary/Special Education Evening Track teacher candidates. In this course teacher candidates will become more engaged in the school environment, continuing to work with the cooperating teacher, students and parents, and other professionals in the learning community. Teacher candidates will work in P-5 classrooms learning to plan and implement instruction and to design assessments based on the current state standards. Teacher candidates will also attend regularly scheduled seminars on related topics throughout the semester. This course is aligned with state and national standards. The use of technology is required.

Note: Full time employed paraprofessionals must spend a minimum of 4 hours weekly in a P-5 classroom environment outside their current classroom and grade band. Teacher candidates not employed as paraprofessionals must spend a minimum of one full day (9 hours) a week in a P-5 classroom environment.


3 credits

Lab Hours

3 hours


Formal acceptance into the Bachelor of Science in Elementary/Special Education Evening Track and pass program checkpoints