Urban Education: Student Teaching in Chicago
United States - Sponsored by ACM
Advisor: Professor Stewart C. Purkey
In the Urban Education program students engage in an urban student teaching experience with support and guidance to foster their learning and growth as teachers. First established in the early 1960s, the ACM Urban Education Program has had a long tradition of interactions with Chicago schools and the city’s education community. Students develop their professional skills as they work alongside mentor teachers in Chicago schools. In the weekly seminar, they connect educational theory to their experiences teaching in the classroom.
Interested students should talk with the education department about requirements for this program.
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Duration and Application Information:
Offering Duration: Semester
This program has an early application deadline. Be in touch with the education department to discuss the early deadline in fall term of the year prior to your proposed participation in this program.
Direct admission is not available for this program.
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