UPDATES FROM THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES!

SCHEDULING NEWS:

Students may check the course listings in the myShip portal for the most up-to-date listing of available courses.  

Kudos:

Dr. Ford Brooks, Counseling and College Student Personnel professor and chair, was selected to share his expertise on addictions and counseling in Counseling Today's article, "Hidden in Plain Sight."                                              

First Ship Doctoral Degree Program! Find out more about the doctorate in educational leadership here.

MSW Graduates -- score above national average, Graduate students from the Millersville & Shippensburg University MSW program, passed the licensure exam at a rate above national average. 

Dr. Billy Henson, assistant professor of criminal justice, recently had his co-authored book Fear of Crime in the United States: Causes, Consequences and Contradictions published by Carolina Academic Press. The book examines the nature and extent of crime-related fear and describes the physical, psychological, behavioral, and social effects of fear of crime.

Important dates:

January 27: Drop/Add Period ends for POT 1

February 10: Deadline for major changes for high demand majors


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College of Education and Human Services

Shippen Hall (352-360)
Shippensburg University
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 17257

Fax 717-477-4012 
General Email address: 
mailto:COEHS@ship.edu  

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Field Experience & Partnerships and Student Teaching

Field experiences are the application side of preparation for teacher certification. Teacher candidates advance through three levels of field experiences, each becoming more intense. Field experiences provide actual settings in which to develop and demonstrate the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to help all students learn.  

 “All” implies the possibility of diverse learning needs. Such needs may surface with (a) students having exceptionalities; (b) students from varying geographical areas, ethnicities, races, religions or socioeconomic strata; or (c) students with gender, sexual orientation and linguistic differences. Shippensburg University Standards for Those Preparing to Teach, Lead, or Counsel in Public Schools includes the following expected outcomes:

  • Knowledge: Teacher candidates demonstrate understanding of the differences in how students learn and know how to accommodate diverse learning needs.
  • Skills: Teacher candidates accommodate diverse learning needs through informed decision-making that supports academic success for all students.
  • Dispositions: Teacher candidates show respect for the diverse needs and talents of all learners and demonstrate commitment to helping them develop self-efficacy and achieve academic success.

Field experiences, too, are diverse. Interaction with students in a variety of settings helps teacher candidates confront issues of diversity that affect teaching and student learning. Strengthening teacher effectiveness in all contexts and with all students is the intended outcome.


Learning Focused School Training

High Impact Strategies Requirements

High Impact Strategies Flyer 2015 Dates

Handbooks

Office of Field Experiences and Partnerships Handbook 2014 [PDF]    

Handbook for Student Teachers 2014

  • Teacher Certification Test
  •     Required Testing for Teacher Certification  

        Certification Tests  

        Certification test results  

        Praxis Test Site at Shippensburg University  

    Forms and Clearances

    Faculty

    Faculty Field Experience Request Form 

    University Supervisors

    Student Teaching Calendars  

    Community Outreach

    Additional Resources

    Axiology Research Journal