901 Education Practicum

1 semester, ½ credit

Open to juniors and seniors

Prerequisite: Students must fill out the Education Practicum application and be approved by the administration and counseling department. In addition, students must be enrolled in the A+ program and have a minimum of 10 approved A+ hours before being accepted into this class.

In the Education Practicum, students will be placed in area grade schools or SFBRHS based on need, availability and interest.  They will either tutor/mentor peers under the direction of the learning consultant and the lead teacher of a specific course at SFBRHS, or they will tutor/mentor elementary-aged students in one of the area parochial grade schools.

Duties may include but are not limited to the following:

  • helping students get to class on time with their needed material
  • helping students with note-taking
  • helping students stay on task
  • assisting students with organization
  • helping students with classwork
  • helping teachers with gym and/or recess

Students are monitored and given guidance and direction by the Education Practicum coordinator, classroom teachers, counselors, and grade school staff.  Education Practicum students will be a valuable asset in the classroom and play a vital role in personal growth and development of the students with whom they work. Education Practicum students will gain valuable skills in communication, the educational process, and student tutoring/mentoring. Some involvement outside the classroom may be required.  A maximum of 40 A+ Scholarship Program hours may be earned through this course; however, these hours may not be used for the Christian Service graduation requirement.

If students are assigned to area grade schools, transportation is the responsibility of the student.

This curriculum was last modified on January 24, 2019, by the Practical Arts Department.