|Course||CPED 6354: CPED 6354 Community Engaged Teaching -|
CPED 6534 Professional Internship in Secondary Education is open only to Secondary Education M.Ed. students. The secondary education students are pursing teaching licensure across a range of subject areas, including English language arts, ESL, foreign languages, math, social studies, and science.
The course runs three times throughout the students' program: summer, fall, spring. Each semester the course has different field-based experiences and a different purpose. Each semester requires a level of community-engaged fieldwork: the summer students are engaged with community-based organizations, then in the fall and the spring students are working in schools. Each semester the fieldwork is supported by a bi-weekly seminar.
|Causes||Arts & Culture Civic Engagement Community Economic Development Education Food Insecurity, Hunger General Service Non-Profit Business Services Nutrition Older Adults Professional Development Research STEM Social Justice|
21 People | 133 Impacts | 661 Hours
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For your TB test vouchers please complete the google form at this link go.gwu.edu/nashmanTB after doing so you can stop by the Nashman Center small white house diagonally across the street from Whole Foods (open 9-5 M-F) and pick up a voucher to get the test done at Student Health. Please put Dr. Sheppard's name on the form since she is the instructor of record for this Nashman Designated course.