MUE 460 : STUDENT TEACHING IN MUSIC

Beginning in Fall 2017, in order to be placed for student teaching, teacher candidates must pass the state required PRAXIS II exams in the area of student teaching. The student teaching of music in the public schools under the supervision of a music faculty member. This course includes a weekly seminar and conferences with the supervising professor and the cooperating teacher. Discussions and criticisms accompany the elementary and/or secondary school observation and teaching. A minimum of 12 weeks of directed teaching is required for certification. Students must comply with all South Carolina State Department of Education requirements before student teaching. Those requirements may be obtained from advisors, program directors and education department personnel. The State Department website is http://ed.sc.gov. Pass/fail grading. Offered Fall and Spring Terms. Special fee. Meets the GEP capstone.

Prerequisites

Admission to the Teacher Education Program in Music Education; completion of all music and music education courses required for the degree: minimum GPA of 2.75; and permission of the department.

Overview

Program

Credits

12