Clinical Supervisors Attend “CAMP”
More than 100 clinical supervisors and 20 College of Education faculty discussed best practices for mentoring teacher candidates at a day-long “camp” coordinated by COE’s office of undergraduate teacher education. In addition to discussions on development of the teacher candidate and how to be a successful clinical supervisor, educators received updates from faculty and staff on edTPA, the recent NCATE accreditation review and advances in technology in the P-12 classroom.
“Clinical CAMP” (Coaching, Assessing, Mentoring and Planning) is an annual event bringing together teachers from COE’s 36 partner schools. These schools provide a wide range of field experiences and clinical practice sites for teacher candidates who spend nearly 1,000 hours practicing and refining their skills as teachers before graduating from the College of Education.
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