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Student Teachers Spring 2012
March 19th, 2012
Professor Jesse Barnett, Coordinator of Student Teaching in the Keeran School of Education at Kentucky Christian , reports that 17 students are completing teaching requirements in local school systems. The student teachers will gradually assume full responsibilities in assigned classrooms over the course of fourteen weeks (70 days) to receive credit for this phase of their preparation program. Student teachers this fall are divided among elementary, middle and high school levels with eleven focused in elementary education, three in middle grades, two in secondary grades and one music major.
Summitt Elementary School is hosting April Hershauer, who is completing her first assignment with Courtney Brickey in 1st grade, before working with Jenny Miller in 4th grade.
Ponderosa Elementary School has agreed to accept Jordan Stevens, who will be working with Paula Burdette in the 1st grade and then working with Tami Maddox in the 4th grade.
The student teachers are excited about their field placements. They are beginning the opportunity to work with their new colleagues in the educational community and are looking forward to the beginning of their new professions.
KCU's Keeran School of Education would like to thanks Principals Tamala Martin and Matt Spade for their continued support and assistance in the placement and training of student teachers.
If you would like information on becoming a teacher, or are interested in pursuing a degree in education, you are encouraged to co