Undergraduate

Undergraduate Studies

Field Experience

The State of Wisconsin mandates satisfactory performance in a minimum of 100 hours of field experience activities before students can be approved to student teach. These experiences must be “developmental in scope and sequence and occur in a variety of school settings” (PI 34.15). Field experiences are designed to provide students with opportunities to work with pupils from diverse ethnic, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds in Milwaukee area schools.

Students must meet Marquette’s requirements, which are higher than the state's, and specific hours are assigned to different courses.

There are four formal and separate field experiences in the College of Education teacher preparation program.

Field Student Forms/ Resources

Field Experience I

Both elementary and secondary majors (20 hours): Taken with EDUC 2227

In this first field experience, students will participate in activities that focus on the following:

Field Experience II

Elementary majors (20 hours): Taken with EDUC 4217, EDUC 4347, 4317 or 4337, MATH 2031/EDUC 1964

Secondary majors (40 hours): Taken with EDUC 4217 and EDUC 4037

In this field experience, students will participate in activities that focus on the following:

Field Experience III

Elementary Majors (40 hours): Taken with EDUC 4297, EDUC 4357, 4317or 4337, MATH 2032, EDUC 2964

Secondary Majors (40 hours): Taken with EDUC 4297

During this field experience, students will participate in activities that focus on the following:

Field Experience IV

Elementary Majors (30 hours): Taken with EDUC 4964 (in the Hartman Literacy Center after-school program)

Secondary Majors (40 hours): Taken with Advanced Methods

During this field experience and student teaching, students will participate in activities that focus on the following:

Student Teaching

All Marquette University Student Teachers:

Field Student Forms/ Resources:

 


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