- Applications Due
Spring 2015: April 25, 2014
Fall 2014: November 15, 2013
Summer 2014: November 15, 2013
Students enrolled in teacher education programs at Nazareth College have multiple opportunities for fieldwork in a range of settings, working with a variety of learners. Field Placement Services staff coordinate the placements for fieldwork, practica, and student teaching.
Field Placement Services is responsible for securing placements for 1,000 students each semester. The primary purpose of fieldwork is to connect the theory and strategies learned in the Nazareth classrooms to real world applications in public schools.
- Field Placement FAQs for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
- Attendance Verification Form for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
- Professional Guidelines for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
- Field Experience Information Form – Graduate Students Only
- INAD 640 Additional Required Paperwork – Graduate Students Only
Student teaching/practicum requirements differ across programs. Review the application requirements for your program carefully. Note: Applications require a resume in the preferred student teaching format. For help with your resume visit Career Services.
ALL students should review:
Student Teaching/Practicum Applications
Undergraduate Student Teaching
Graduate Student Teaching/Practicum
Graduate Inclusive Early Childhood
(Birth-Grade 2) Programs
Graduate Inclusive Childhood
(Grades 1-6) Programs
Graduate Inclusive Adolescence
(Grades 7-12) Programs
Graduate TESOL Programs
Practicum Information – Graduate Only
Graduate Inclusive Early Childhood, Childhood, Adolescence
3-credit practicum is designed to provide and document your experience working with students with disabilities at a developmental level and/or certification area different than your initial certification. It thus provides a focused opportunity for using a different “lens,” a way to experience the multiple facets of being an inclusive educator.
3-credit practicum is designed to provide and document your experience working with ELL students. It thus provides a focused opportunity for using a different “lens,” a way to experience the multiple facets of being an ESOL educator.
Sponsor Teacher/Cooperating Teacher Information
Thank you for agreeing to welcome a student in your classroom. Please contact us regarding any questions or concerns you may have. Professionalism is of utmost importance to our office and we would appreciate notification should your student fail to meet your professional expectations.