Crush student teaching from day  1

Strategies to help student teachers on the path towards a successful experience before, during, and after will be shared. Topics related to organization, relationship building, lesson planning, observing, and more will be covered.

Learning outcomes:

  • During this session, student teachers will get the tools they need to crush student teaching from day one. This session will be divided into 3 parts.

    • Student teaching can be a stressful experience, but it doesn't have to be! Check out our student-teacher binder with letter, organization, and the lesson planning process and resources.

    • When it comes to student teaching, you need to be ready to take risks and have an open mindset in order to get the most out of the experience. These are just a few of the dos and don'ts you'll learn during our workshop.

    • Student teaching is a time of great growth and opportunity to reflect on how you've grown and what you've learned. Digital portfolios, interviews, and reflection are all part of the process.​ 

Duration of the workshop: 60 minutes

Presentation Modality: In-person or virtual 

Presentation testimonials:

  • " Listening to Dr. Sam speak is always a pleasure. I am already learning something new or expanding on already known knowledge. From this session, I really want to work on the connections with my students. Dr. Sam made a great point about checking in with my students in clinical 1&2 and it's something super important that I wish to become better at doing. Dr. Sam's energy is always welcomed and wanted with her content-filled presentations. What a great time! Preservice teacher, Kean University

  • "Every single tip Dr. Fecich provided during the seminar applies! - Preservice teacher, Kean University 

  • "I learned so many helpful tips from @SFecich today! My class and I were so lucky to hear from her! I already feel like a more confident future educator" - Preservice teacher, Millersville University

  • " So thankful for @SFecich to take the time to talk our class today about tips and tricks about student teaching! Super helpful!" - Preservice teacher, Indiana State University

  • " I enjoyed the presentation tonight. It was a great experience on how to become a student teacher that changes lives through networking and there is no harm in taking risks." - Preservice teacher, Millersville University