Secondary Student Teaching - Consumer Science

Secondary Student Teaching - Consumer Science
Capstone, field-based, semester-long experience in teaching secondary students; demonstrating proficiency in all program standards. Seminar required.
 Hours12.0 Credit, Arr Lecture, Arr Lab
 PrerequisitesPrior application; requires a major GPA of 3.00, at least a C grade in all major and minor courses; FBI fingerprint background clearance.
 RecommendedAll core and education classes.
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining SFL 476
Course Outcomes

SFL 476R - Student Teaching- Family and Consumer Sciences

Upon completion of the Family and Consumer Sciences Program, teacher candidates meet the needs of secondary students through competencies related to Utah Affected Teaching Standards. Program outcomes include:

Learner and Learning:

Candidates understand how students learn and develop, recognize individual and cultural diversity, and design learning environments that create positive classroom climates.

Instructional Practice

Candidates utilize content knowledge, assess to inform instruction, plan instruction based upon Core Curriculum standards, and implement instructional strategies that engage students and promote content understanding.

Professional Responsibility

Candidates continually reflect on and evaluate their teaching practices, actively seek opportunities to grow professionally, engage in ethical behavior, and collaborate with stakeholders (students, parents, and other professionals in the learning community).

Utah Effective Teaching Standards

Candidates will demonstrate basic competency in the Utah Effective Teaching Standards as assessed by the Clinical Practice Assessment System