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Cooperative Teacher Education Program (CTEP)

Student Teaching and Observing in District 214

D214 is no longer accepting applications for student teaching placements for the 2014-2015 school year.


The application for the 2015-2016 school year (Fall and Spring) will be available January, 2015
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Student Teaching
 
   

All student teaching applications must be submitted online by prospective student teachers by March 31 for the following school year.  Applicants need the consent of the university and are required to upload the university letter of request, transcripts, and a resume in order to be considered for a placement.

Apply to Student Teach

 


 

Observation Requests


Observation Request for 20 Hours or Fewer

Requests for observation for 20 hours or fewer may be handled directly at each building site.  A prospective observer may contact the Associate Principal for Instruction with a request to observe for up to 20 hours.  The Associate Principal will pass this request along to the appropriate Division Head who will discuss the observation request with the teachers involved and determine the appropriate time frame. 


Observation Requests for 20+ Hours

We are generally not able to accommodate requests for observation for more than 20 hours.  Extended observation hours usually require an additional time commitment from staff members.  Since our student teaching program is extensive and already imposes upon the educational planning time of staff, we recognize that we may not be able to accommodate many additional requests for long term observations. 



 
 
 
 
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