Learning DisabilitiesCase StudyField SeminarChild GrowthHuman ServicesHome

Field & Seminar in Education/Special Education

Field & Seminar I
Field & Seminar II
Field & Seminar III

Field & Seminar I

 

The purpose of Field Placement & Seminar 1 - HMNS-1220 is to provide students with introductory skills in instructional techniques, behavioral management, and student assessment.   Students will spend six hours weekly in a regular or special education learning environment for an entire semester.  They will be given opportunities to acquire skills as a Teacher Assistant.  

Field Placement students must also attend a one hour weekly seminar.  The seminar will address issues relating to Field Placement, introduction to an educational portfolio, Rhode Island Assistant and Beginning Teacher Standards.

HMNS-1220 will also allow students to discover personal skills, talents and attributes that can be developed for a career in the field of Education or Special Education.

REQUIREMENTS

 Prerequisites: Grades of C or better in HMNS 1010 and either HMNS 2060 or HMNS 2070 

REQUIRED TEXT

HMNS-1220 Student Packet                                         Author: Paula Marcello

_______________________________________________________________________



 

 Field & Seminar II

The purpose of Field Placement & Seminar II - HMNS-2320 is to provide students with the opportunity to assist with small and large group lessons and individualized instruction.   Students will spend six hours weekly in a regular or special education learning environment for an entire semester.  Trainees will be expected to initiate student interaction and to conduct basic classroom duties.  Field II trainees will be given guided opportunities to understand the individual needs of the students and demonstrate appropriate methods for motivation and classroom management.

Field placement students must also attend a one hour weekly seminar.  The seminar will address issues relating to Field Placement, continuation of Portfolio Development, Rhode Island Assistant, Beginning Teacher Standards and the development of Educational Objectives.

HMNS-2320 will also allow students to discover personal skills, talents and attributes that can be developed for a career in the field of Education or Special Education.   Through Field Placement, students will become familiar with school policies, procedures, and the duties of school personnel.

REQUIREMENTS

Prerequisites:                   Grades of C or better in HMNS 1010, HMNS 1220                                              and either HMNS 2060 or HMNS 2070 

REQUIRED TEXT

HMNS-2320 Student Packet                                 Author: PaulaMarcello             

 _______________________________________________________________________

 Field & Seminar III

The purpose of Field Placement & Seminar III - HMNS 2420 is to provide opportunities for students to refine teaching techniques and behavioral strategies.   Students will spend six hours weekly in a regular or special education learning environment for an entire semester.  Lesson plans will be developed to include instructional objectives and learning outcomes.  These lessons will be presented in the learning environment in accordance with Rhode Island Beginning Teacher Standards.   Also, Field III students will be required to become familiar with the use of Database research as they investigate a topic in the field of Education and/or Special Education.

Field placement students must also attend a one hour weekly seminar. The seminar will address issues relating to Field Placement, Data Base Research, Portfolio Completion, Transfer Options and Career Issues.    

HMNS-2420 will also allow students to discover personal skills, talents and attributes that can be developed for a career in the field of Education or Special Education

REQUIREMENTS

Prerequisites:     Grades of C or better in HMNS 1010, HMNS 1220,

                                HMNS 2320

                                and either HMNS 2060 or HMNS 2070 

REQUIRED TEXT

HMNS-2420 Student Packet                                                Author: Paula Marcello