Physical Education Pedagogy
The teaching fellow will assist in Physical Education methods courses focused on teaching students basic pedagogical skills and applying those skills to kindergarten students. The specific course, PHED 102, includes two hours of lecture and a two hour lab (2 sections) during which they peer teach on campus and then travel to field-based sites to supervise and observe the assigned teaching episodes. During lecture, assistance is provided presenting the content including opportunities to design and deliver full lectures or lecture segments that would be suitable for serving as a PETE professor in the future. One significant portion of this position involves the investment in the enrolled learners providing consistent office hours during which the clinical supervision cycle occurs before and after the teaching episodes. Supervisory feedback immediately after teaching episodes enhances student learning as they train to become effective teachers.
Secondary responsibilities will include organizing and preparing students to teach at a community site (King Street Kindergarten). Copying and filing of necessary paperwork (CORI forms, lesson plans, systematic observation instruments) are also part of the fellowship position.
Fellowship Required Qualifications
Required Qualifications: Position Requirements: Hours per week: 20 hours a week Application Deadline: February 15, 2017 *The compensation listed for this position applies to Ph.D. candidates only.
Hours per week: 20 hours a week
Application Deadline: February 15, 2017
*The compensation listed for this position applies to Ph.D. candidates only.