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When you apply to Grace University you have the opportunity to declare your major and endorsement. If you wish to add or change endorsements after arriving at Grace, you can meet with your advisor to edit your program.
Official admittance into the Teacher Education Program occurs after the following requirements are met:
Application for offical acceptance into the Teacher Education program are submitted as part of the ED 200 Orientation and Field Experience course. The application is submitted to the Teacher Education Project Coordinator.
Every student enrolled in a Teacher Education program must take and pass the Praxis I. The Praxis I ® Pre-Professional Skills Tests (PPST ®) measure basic skills in reading, writing and mathematics. The PPST is required by the Nebraska Department of Education for admittance into Teacher Preparation Programs in the state as as part of certification procedures.
Registration is completed online at ETS.org
Available dates for testing can be found at Praxis™ Test Centers and Dates
Field experiences, called "Practicums" are required throughout the Teacher Education program.
Student Teaching is the capstone clinical experience or internship that includes 16 weeks of full-time classroom teaching supervised by a certified Cooperating Teaching.
There is an exit exam you must take to meet state testing requirements. The Praxis II™ is taken in your endorsement area prior to the student teaching semester.
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