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Credit Hours: 
1
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
AE 4930
Class Description: 
This capstone, culminating course is taken concurrently with the student teaching courses AE 4255 and AE 4265. Student teachers share experiences, challenges, celebrations, concerns, and strategies from their student teaching assignments. The course content is based on real-life, ethnographic experiences and events that impact philosophy, theory, and practice. Other seminar objectives include career opportunities, interview strategies, résumé critique, advising on the students’ action research project that culminates in a Teacher Work Sample document, and portfolio assessment. Proficiencies are determined by quantity of participation and quality of shared insights, observable application of discussions and solutions, and the demonstration of knowledge, skills, and strategies that make up the content of all art education and education course work. (Formerly AE 4935) Concurrent requisites: AE 4255 Student Teaching: Elementary and AE 4265 Student Teaching: Secondary