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Re: [WSMTE] Fwd: Student teaching seminar question

Title: RE: [WSMTE] Fwd: Student teaching seminar question

UW-La Crosse requires student teachers to attend 7 on-campus seminars during their student teaching
semester. Six of these are scheduled for Wednesday evenings and address six different topics/issues each night.
The seventh seminar is a presentation by our Career Services Office.  Our student teachers must also attend a
pre-student teaching seminar and a program evaluation session at the end of their experience.  Interns and out-of-area
student teachers are not required to attend the six on-campus seminars but must complete the research assignments stipulated for each.

Our in-area student teaching "region" is incorporated into a fifty mile radius around La Crosse.



Gary Kent Walth, D.M.A.
UW-L Department of Music
Director of Choral Music Studies
608 785-8414

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-----Original Message-----
From: musiceducation-bounces@lists.uwosh.edu on behalf of Kenneth Liske
Sent: Wed 10/14/2009 2:58 PM
To: WI Society for Music Teacher WI Society for Music Teacher Education List
Subject: Re: [WSMTE] Fwd: Student teaching seminar question

UW Oshkosh has 3 large group seminar meetings for all student 
teachers, two of which are on afternoons that require students to miss 
a half day of student teaching.  We also require seven, evening small-
group seminar meetings which are organized by the supervisors.  In 
music, all the clinical students and student teachers meet together 
for this.  Student teachers who have an out-of-area, on-the-job, 
urban, or tribal placement are required to attend the large group 
seminars on campus, but they attend small group seminars with their 
supervising teacher in whatever format the supervisor requires.  
Interns attend all seminars unless they are also out-of-area. 
International or out-of-state student teachers, of course, get to miss 
all but the first large-group seminar before school starts, but they 
are still responsible for the work related to the large-group seminar.


On Oct 14, 2009, at 2:30 PM, Holmes, Alena V wrote:

> UW-Whitewater  has a policy of student teaching placements within a 
> 60 mile radius. All student teachers are required to attend Student 
> Teaching Seminar in our department  and we typically meet at least 4 
> times ( once a month)   for 2 -2.5 hours .
> Alena
> Dr. Alena V. Holmes
> University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
> Assistant Professor
> Coordinator of Music education
> Department of Music
> 800 Main Street
> Whitewater, WI 53190
> (262)4721341
> ________________________________________
> From: musiceducation-bounces@lists.uwosh.edu [musiceducation-
> bounces@lists.uwosh.edu] On Behalf Of James Ripley 
> [jripley@carthage.edu]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 2009 10:13 AM
> To: Rick Townsend
> Cc: WI Society for Music Teacher WI Society for Music Teacher 
> Education List; Kris Tjornehoj; Bond, Judy
> Subject: Re: [WSMTE] Fwd: Student teaching seminar question
> Carthage has a printed policy of student teaching placements within 
> a 25 mile radius, which works well for most subject areas because of 
> our suburban location.  However, there are concessions made for 
> students who may want to student teach outside of that radius if the 
> college supervisor is willing to travel (without additional 
> compensation).
> Our student teaching seminar meets every other Monday night during 
> the entire term.  Students
> with extended travel are still required to come back for seminar.
> We do allow for "extended" placements for students who are looking 
> for a particular geographic region, and we can make arrangements for 
> supervision through a nearby university.  In those cases, the 
> student teachers adhere to the local university policy for seminars.
> Jim
> On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 7:34 PM, Rick Townsend <rtownsend@mbbc.edu<mailto:rtownsend@mbbc.edu
> >> wrote:
> At Maranatha, all students take a semester-long, 2-credit seminar 
> which also yields their final portfolio product. Our students travel 
> far and wide for student teaching, so revisiting campus is not a 
> practical idea.
> Rick
> On Oct 13, 2009, at 5:47 PM, Kris Tjornehoj wrote:
> Greetings!
> At UWRF, all student teachers attend a day long seminar before going 
> out in the field and then they attend 3 meetings for presentation/
> discussion throughout the semester that we schedule in late 
> afternoon/evening.
> Kris Tjornehoj,UWRF
> On 10/13/09 5:41 PM, "Bond, Judy" <jbond@uwsp.edu> wrote:
> At UWSP, all students are required to attend 3 full days of student 
> teaching seminar.  They are told to clear the dates with their  
> cooperating teacher at the beginning of the semester.  The seminar 
> days are primarily devoted to information given by the School of 
> Education and portfolio work.  Some time is also allotted for 
> discussion with their "cohort group", all the music education 
> students together.
> Judy Bond, UWSP
> From: musiceducation-bounces@lists.uwosh.edu [mailto:musiceducation-
> bounces@lists.uwosh.edu] On Behalf Of Kenneth Liske
> Sent: Tuesday, October 13, 2009 12:20 PM
> To: WI Society for Music Teacher WI Society for Music Teacher 
> Education List
> Subject: [WSMTE] Fwd: Student teaching seminar question
> Here is a followup question from Laura Sindberg...
> Begin forwarded message:
> From: Laura Sindberg <laura.sindberg@lawrence.edu>
> Date: October 13, 2009 11:43:20 AM CDT
> To: "liske@uwosh.edu" <liske@uwosh.edu>
> Subject: Student teaching seminar
> Hi Ken,
> Thanks for forwarding my initial inquiry.
> This brings me to a related question:
> Do all student teachers, regardless of the distance of their 
> placement, attend a student teaching seminar? What does that look 
> like at your institution?
> Can you post this question as well?
> Many thanks,
> Laura
> ________________________________

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