Selective Admission and Retention in Teacher Education (SARTE)
3.4 and above
3.39 – 3.0
2.89 – 2.8
GPA lower than 2.8
A grade of at least a C is required for these 3 courses. If a student does not meet this requirement, SARTE admission will be denied.
ED 205 Dispositions (Instructor)
Notice of concern. This is giving a student notice that a disposition needs improving.
Concern. This would happen when you have given notice and no improvement was made.
Serious and/or Multiple Concerns
ED 205 Dispositions (practicum)
21 pts and above and no 1s in any category
18-20 pts and no 1s in any category
15-17 pts and no 1s in any category
12-14 pts and no 1s in any category
Below 12 and/or receive a 1 in any category
MTLE Basic Skills
Passed all 3
Passed 2; Failed 1 with score > 210
Passed 1; Failed 2 with score > 210
Failed all 3 or received a score < 210 on one or more.
HS/College extracurr, military, community service, 2nd career, etc.[IT1]
Extensive and ongoing
Every now and then
Once or twice
[IT1]The teacher candidate and the person who supervised their experiences will determine if the experience is extensive and ongoing, regular, every now and then…….etc. A signed document will be required.
Candidates scoring 70% (23 points) or more of the total possible points would be fully admitted to teacher education. Candidates scoring 60-70% (20-22 points) would not be admitted, but would have an automatic appeal of the decision, heard by the T-CaRe team. Candidates scoring below 60% (below 20 points) could appeal if desired, but this would not be automatic. An appeal request would come from the candidate & heard by the T-CaRe Team.
Teacher Candidates are required to have a grade of at least a C- in each of the required courses in the major except ED 205, ED 294, and SPED 225 for which they need to have at least a C. Also, Teacher Candidates are required to pass all 3 MTLE basic skills exams at application for student teaching. Applications are due at the beginning of the semester before student teaching. For Fall Student Teaching: February 15 / for Spring Student Teaching: September 15.
ENGL 365 Language and Learning (3) LANG 457 Second Language Acquisition & Language Teaching (3) LANG 471 Methods and Materials in Teaching Languages I (4) LANG 472 Methods and Materials in Teaching Languages II (4) LANG 475 Second Language Assessment (3) PHIL 318 Professional Ethics (3) STL 291 Early Literacy (3) TESL 451 English Structures (3) TESL 454 Grammar for Teaching English as a Second Language (3) TESL 455 Oral Discourse Structures (3) TESL 456 Written Discourse Structures (3)
One year of second foreign language study at the college level or its equivalent (6-8 credits). AMCS 233 Education and Multicultural America (3) CMST 100 Speech Communication (3) ED 205 Introduction to Education (3) ED 294 Educational Psychology (3) ED 310 Social Foundations of Education (3) ED 398 Field Experience in Secondary Education (2) ED 443S Classroom Management/Consultation (3) ED 448 Reading Study Skills in the Content Areas (3) ED 460S Student Teaching: Secondary (5) EECE 480E Student Teaching: Elementary (5) SPED 225 Individuals with Exceptionalities (3)