Early Childhood, Elementary, and Special Education301 Ginger HallMorehead, KY 40351Phone: 606-783-2598Fax: 606-783-5044E-mail: ECESE@moreheadstate.edu
The Professional Partnership Network (PPN) is designed to give future educators extended field experiences prior to entering their own classrooms. Candidates will partner with a mentor teacher each semester at a participating school. The program allows candidates to spend significantly more time in the same classroom each semester, learning professional skills through immersion in authentic classroom settings.
The P-5/LBD PPN program is a three semester experience that begins in the fall of the applicant's junior year. Candidates will submit their applications to the PPN during the spring semester of their sophomore year. If accepted into the program, candidates will register for PPN block classes each semester. The PPN classes are integrated into blocks to provide candidates the most effective transition between university coursework and practical application of theory in the school setting.
During the final fall semester, candidates return to their Morehead State University campus early. Working alongside their mentor teacher, candidates learn how master teachers establish a supportive and positive learning environment for their students. Candidates may choose to spend one of their eight-week clinical practice sessions with their fall mentor teacher.
The semesters are broken down as follows:
Year 3: Semester 1
EDEL 302 Integrating Technology into the ClassroomEDEM 330 Foundations of ReadingEDSP 367 Educational Assessment
Year 3: Semester 2
SCI 490 Science for the Elementary TeacherEDUC 482 Classroom Management and AssessmentEDEE 321 Teaching Math in Early Elementary Grades
Year 4: Semester 3
EDEE 322 Teaching Social Studies in the Early Elementary GradesEDEE 323 Language Arts for Early ElementaryEDEE 331 Reading for Early Elementary TeachersEDSP 365 Including Diverse Students
For more information regarding the Professional Partnership Network or for retrieving or submitting an application to the program, please contact:
Kim NettletonOffice: 401E Ginger Hall, MSUPhone: (606) 783-5483Fax: (606) 783-9102E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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