What to Expect

UNI Students

You can expect to . . .

Be held to a high level of professionalism and responsibility.
Have additional paperwork and assignments during the placement process.
Take a one credit hour preparatory seminar class prior to your student teaching semester.
Receive specific placement information on an individual basis the semester prior to your student teaching placement.
Be in close contact with your placement coordinator during the placement semester.
Maintain a high level of flexibility, we can not guarantee your first choice of location.
Research carefully your desired student teaching location.
Initiate contact with your cooperating teachers and on-site supervisor once your placement is confirmed.
Fully understand the roles and responsibilities of yourself, your CT and your supervisor as defined in seminar class.
Investigate and arrange, visas, air travel, vaccinations, health consultation, arrangements to be met on arrival, housing, and cost of living.
Purchase liability insurance, International Student ID Card (international only). See Resources
Complete assignments on e-learning site during student teaching semester.
Provide evaluation forms and handbook to cooperating teacher.
Confirm with the cooperating teacher that evaluation forms are submitted at appropriate times during the student teaching semester.
Be an ambassador for the university maintaining a strong work ethic and professional presence on social media sites.

 

Non-UNI Students

 You can expect to . . .   

Be held to a high level of professionalism and responsibility.
Have additional paperwork and assignments during the placement process.
Receive specific placement information on an individual basis the semester prior to your student teaching placement.
Be in close contact with your placement coordinator during the placement semester.
Maintain a high level of flexibility, as we can not guarantee your first choice of location.
Carefully research your desired student teaching location.
Initiate contact with your cooperating teachers and on-site supervisor once your placement is confirmed.
Fully understand the roles and responsibilities expected of you, your CT and your supervisor as defined by your home university.
Investigate and arrange, visas, air travel, vaccinations, health consultation, arrangements to be met on arrival, housing, and cost of living.
Purchase Liability Insurance and International Student ID Card (international only). See Resources Tab
Complete and submit any assignments from your home university.
Provide evaluation forms and handbook to cooperating teacher from your home university.
Confirm with the cooperating teacher that evaluation forms are submitted at appropriate times during the student teaching semester.
Communicate with your UNI placement coordinator any comments, questions or concerns as they may arise during your placement.
Communicate with your home university any academic questions related to your student teaching semester.
Be an ambassador for your university and ours by maintaining a strong work ethic and professional presence on social media sites.