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Elementary Teacher Education Program (PreK-6)

Division of Professional Studies

Do you want to work with young children? Teach the basics of reading, writing, math and much more in our elementary schools? Welcome to the elementary Teacher Education Program (TEP) at Bridgewater College.

Bridgewater College provides a state-approved program for the preparation of elementary teachers. If you successfully complete this program and pass the PRAXIS Core Mathematics, Virginia Communications and Literacy Assessment (VCLA), Reading for Virginia Educators and the appropriate PRAXIS II assessment, you will receive licensure in Virginia and may receive initial licensure to teach in many other states through reciprocal certification contracts.

You should apply to the PreK-6 Elementary Teacher Education Program in order to be licensed to teach grades PreK-6. There are different teacher education programs for students seeking 6-12 licensure in upper-level subject areas, or PreK-12 licensure in others.

Candidates in any of the three programs may also seek an add-on endorsement in Algebra I and/or Driver Education.

Since the Commonwealth of Virginia does not allow teacher candidates to major in education, our elementary education candidates major in liberal studies or another content area of choice. Most choose the liberal studies major.

It is vital for prospective elementary teachers to have a solid working knowledge in the core subject areas (English, science, mathematics and social studies) in order to implement the standards of learning as established by the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Common Core standards of other states. The PreK-6 licensure requirements at Bridgewater College include successful completion of three tracks: (1) courses of the major, (2) the College’s general education requirements, and (3) the required Teacher Education Program (EDUC) courses.

Consult early with the education department faculty regarding your choice of major. If you are a transfer candidate, you should meet with a member of the education department as soon as you arrive at Bridgewater to plan your education course sequence.

Liberal Studies Major

Candidates seeking licensure to teach in the elementary schools are strongly encouraged to choose the liberal studies major. This will ensure that the student has met the state competencies as listed in the Virginia Licensure Regulations for School Personnel. Knowledge in the core content areas of the Virginia Standards of Learning and the ability to teach these areas is required for today’s elementary teachers.

Liberal Studies Major

The following courses are required for the liberal studies major. (See course description in appropriate department listings.)

Introduces scarcity opportunity cost and supplyand demand analysis with special emphasis onaggregate economic growth unemploymentinflation and fiscal and monetary policies.Prerequisite PDP 150 or PDP 350General Education 2014 Social Sciences

Unit(s): 3

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Analysis of individual choice and marketbehaviorwith special emphasis on price and outputrelationships and the economics of the firm.Prerequisite PDP 150 or PDP 350General Education 2014 Social Sciences

Unit(s): 3

Overview of what is traditionally calledgrammar including syntax mechanics stylepunctuation spelling vocabulary-building andproofreading for teaching writing at theelementary and secondary levels as well as forpublication at a professional level. Developscompetency in creation analysis (includingdiagramming) and editing of written English.Prerequisites ENG 110

Unit(s): 3

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Linguistic analysis incorporating traditionalgrammar phonology syntax sociolinguisticsmorphology semantics and historical linguistics(including the history of the English language).Prerequisites ENG 110

Unit(s): 3

Introduction to writing instruction forprospective teachers and writing center tutorsfrom all disciplines. Incorporates currenttheoretical perspectives applied linguisticsand research on the writing process to introduceclassroom practices such as one-to-oneconferencing the writing workshop approach andteaching in computer classrooms.Prerequisites ENG 110

Unit(s): 3

Development and analysis of the major types ofchildrens literature are addressed includingpicture books poetry fables folktalesfantasyrealism and historical fiction. Students readandanalyze classic examples of each type.Prerequisites PDP 150 or PDP 350 and ENG 110General Education LiteratureWriting Intensive

Unit(s): 3

The courses are logically divided into fourprimary areas arithmetic geometry algebra andproblem solving. Each of the four areas isstudied in both terms. The theory of problemsolving is an integral part of all aspects of thecourses. The study of arithmetic includes thetheory arithmetic operations and the developmentof skills in computation number theory andpatterns in sequences of numbers are used tointroduce the basics of mathematical proofs. Thestudy of geometry includes identification ofplaneand solid geometric shapes computations ofperimeter area and volume and trigonometry ofright triangles. The study of algebra includesbasic algebraic operations computation usingfunctions and graphing.

Unit(s): 3

The courses are logically divided into fourprimary areas arithmetic geometry algebra andproblem solving. Each of the four areas isstudied in both terms. The theory of problemsolving is an integral part of all aspects of thecourses. The study of arithmetic includes thetheory arithmetic operations and the developmentof skills in computation number theory andpatterns in sequences of numbers are used tointroduce the basics of mathematical proofs. Thestudy of geometry includes identification ofplaneand solid geometric shapes computations ofperimeter area and volume and trigonometry ofright triangles. The study of algebra includesbasic algebraic operations computation usingfunctions and graphing.General Education master core skill

Unit(s): 3

Basic descriptive statistics probabilityhypothesis testing correlation and regression.Statistical computer software is used to analyzedata.Prerequisites MATH 118 MATH 110 MATH 115 orsatisfactory performance on placement test

Unit(s): 3

An examination of the multiple global narrativesthat comprise human development and interactionprior to 1500 with primary focus on early humanactivity the development of complex societiesclassical and post-classical ages and expansionof post-classical cross-cultural involvement.Corequisite PDP 150 or PDP 350General Education history

Unit(s): 3

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An examination of the multiple global narrativesthat comprise human development and interactionsince 1500 with primary focus on the origins ofglobal interdependence the ages of revolutionindustry and empire and the twentieth century.Corequisite PDP 150 or PDP 350General Education history

Unit(s): 3

The United States from settlement toReconstruction. Major themes include thedevelopment of a new society evolution ofdemocratic behavior and the growth ofsectionalism. Includes both social and politicalapproaches.

Unit(s): 3

The United States from Reconstruction until thepresent. Major themes include industrializationand modernization the increased role ofgovernment greater U. S. involvement ininternational affairs and the impact of thesechanges on society. A continuation of HIST 201.

Unit(s): 3

A human geographic exploration of all worldregions emphasizing population culturaleconomic and political geographies. Prerequisites HIST 110 and either ECON 200 orSOC 101 or permission of instructor

Unit(s): 3

Survey of the discipline of biology designed forthe non-major. Content varies with the expertiseof the instructor but all sections focus on therelevanceimportance of biology in everyday life.Laboratory focuses on understanding science as aprocess and includes an independent researchproject with oral presentation. Three lecturesand one lab per week.Corequisite MATH 118FILA general education natural and physicalsciences

Unit(s): 4

Designed to help students appreciate andunderstand their physical environment and themethods of physical science through the study ofbasic astronomy. Topics include the history ofastronomy motion of celestial objects planetsofthe solar system birth life and death ofstarsgalaxies and cosmology. Three hours in class andtwo hours in laboratory per week.Prerequisites MATH 110 or MATH 115 or MATH 118General Education natural and physicalsciences

Unit(s): 4

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An introduction to the basic concepts of physicsemphasizing practical applications of physicallaws to common occurrences. Physical descriptionsare presented on how things move the behavior ofsound and light uses of electricity andmagnetism and the behavior of fundamentalparticles. Three hours in class and two hours inlaboratory per week.Prerequisites MATH 110 or MATH 115 or MATH 118General Education natural and physical sciences

Unit(s): 4

Examine issues related to physical cognitive andsocio-emotional development of the child fromconception through early adolescence. Studentswill develop theoretical and practical knowledgeof child development concepts. Provisions aremade for observing and working with preschoolchildren.Prerequisite junior standing

Unit(s): 4

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Overview of the process of parenting in diversecultural and familial structures. Exploration ofissues related to parenting at various stages ofdevelopment as well as formation of parentinggoals and styles. Emphasis placed on parent-childinteractions through the child rearing years.Provides an emphasis on evidence-based practicesand evaluation of programming.Prerequisites PDP 150 or PDP 350 Experiential learning

Unit(s): 3

 

Licensure (PreK-6) Track

This track in the liberal studies major is linked to teacher licensure, thus all requirements (core and education courses) must be completed prior to graduation. A candidate cannot graduate with this track and then return to complete student teaching.

In addition to the core requirements, complete the following professional education courses for Elementary Education (Pre-K-6) Licensure:

Helps candidates explore the career of teaching.Emphasis on the historical sociological andpedagogical foundations of American publiceducation as well as culturally responsivepedagogy with academically culturally andlinguistically diverse populations. IntroducesInTASC standards and provides information aboutlocal state and national requirements of theteaching profession.

Unit(s): 3

Surveys principles of development learning andevaluation as they relate to learnerseducational growth. The study of the physicalsocial emotional and intellectual development ofthe learner focuses on how this developmentrelates to pedagogy motivation classroommanagement and assessment.

Unit(s): 3

Explores cultural linguistic and academicdiversity with an introduction to multiculturaleducation. Introduction to appropriate andeffective strategies for instructing thesediverse learners in inclusive classroom settings.Includes a minimum 10 hours of field experience.Successful field experience is necessary for apassing grade in the class.Prerequisites minimum 2.5 GPA application tothe TEP have taken Praxis Core Academic Skillsfor Educators Tests Mathematics have taken orregistered for the Virginia Communication andLiteracy Assessment (VCLA) Sophomore standing.

Unit(s): 4

Provides prospective teachers in grades PreK-6with the knowledge skills and understanding toimplement effective mathematics instruction.Emphasizes the teachinglearning process to bestenable students to develop appropriatemathematics skills attitudes and concepts.Topics includenational and state mathematics standardsassessment diagnostic and remedial strategiesthe use of manipulatives the use ofeducational technology the contributions ofdifferent cultures toward the development ofmathematics and the role of mathematics inculture and society. Required for PreK-6licensure only.

Unit(s): 3

Theory and practice related to readers atemergent and beginning stages. Includesdiscussion of the complex factors involved inliteracy acquisition at the elementary level witha focus on phonemic awareness phonicsvocabulary beginning fluency and comprehension.Explorations of assessment methods and strategiesfor teaching diverse learners including Englishlanguage learners are emphasized. Includes 20hours in public schools. Successful fieldexperience is necessary for a passing grade inthe class.Prerequisites admission to the TEP

Unit(s): 4

Theory and practice related to readers at theintermediate stage. Includes discussion of thecomplex factors involved in literacy acquisitionat the intermediate level with a focus on readingin the content areas stages in the writingprocess vocabulary fluency and comprehension.Exploration of assessment methods and strategiesfor teaching diverse learners including Englishlanguage learners are emphasized.Prerequisites EDUC 330 and Admission to theTeacher Education Program

Unit(s): 2

Effective and efficient management of time spaceand resources including lessons and classroombehaviors are examined as a means of promotinglearning. Candidates develop a management planthat is inclusive respectful and based uponcurrent theory and practice. Effectiveorganization and communication techniques arestressed. Includes a minimum of 20 hours fieldexperience in an elementary classroom. Successfulfield experience is necessary for a passing gradein the class.Prerequisites admission to the TEP

Unit(s): 4

Three-week full-day field practicum takenimmediately before student teaching. Candidatesteach in a grade-level range different from theirstudent teaching placement but within theirrange of licensure and certification. Candidatesteach a minimum of two times participates in allprofessional activities of their classroomcooperating teacher and engage in reflectiveseminars back on campus or through onlinedelivery.Prerequisites
Taught in the style of a seminar a small groupof students learn thinking skills throughdiscussion debate peer review andbrainstorming. Context varies from section tosection. Incoming students rank topic preferencesand then are assigned to a section. Focusesspecifically on two key areas of personaldevelopment (1) intellectual growth isstimulated through systematic criticalquestioning and (2) a sense of communityinvolvement and responsibility is developedthrough classroom group work collaborativelearning and a class community engagementproject. The course also contains success skillexercises and college orientation informationincluding an introduction to the portfolioprogram.General education master core skills2017 Fall Semester TopicsPDP-150-01 A Mans Man and a Womans WomanPDP-150-02 The Power of Physical Activity andSportPDP-150-03 Human Behavior in a Computational AgePDP-150-04 Strange IdeasPDP-150-05 After the ScourgePDP-150-06 Swimming in a sea of misinformationPDP-150-07 A Mans Man and a Womans WomanPDP-150-08 Creativity in the Arts SciencesBusiness Sports... in LifePDP-150-09 How to Rock the BoatPDP-150-10 Superhero NarrativesPDP-150-11 Dog is My Co-PilotPDP-150-12 Leadership and the Art of DecisionPDP-150-13 Free PlayPDP-150-14 Knowledge The Only FrontierPDP-150-15 Music Sweet Music PDP-150-16 The Fine Line between Glory & GuiltPDP-150-17 The Souls of Black Folk CriticalReadings By and About African Americans in the20th and 21st CenturiesPDP-150-18 Whos Sorry Now Thinking ThroughApologies Made on the Public StagePDP-150-19 Chickens Chickens ChickensPDP-150-20 The Narnian The Life and Imaginationof C.S. LewisPDP-150-21 Liberal Arts of the Living DeadPDP-150-22 Liberal Arts of the Living DeadPDP-150-23 Human Behavior in a Computational AgePDP-150-24 Latino USAPDP-150-25 Tweet Friend Pin Social Media &You as a 21st Century CitizenPDP-150-26 The Power of Physical Activity andSportPDP-150-29 Free PlayPDP-150-30 Media Narratives Spinning the Truth

Unit(s): 3
350 admission to the TEPsuccessful completion of EDUC 370303 and takenin the Interterm or summer before studentteachingGeneral education Experiential learningNote Those seeking ESL certification take thiscourse the junior year but after having takenEDUC 370-303.2017 Summer Session I Meets May 17 - June 7 2017 Summer Session II Meets August 7 - 25

Unit(s): 3

Instructional practice in the elementaryclassroom. Strategies for effective teaching ofcontent based on Virginia Standards of Learning(PK-6) with particular emphasis given to scienceand social studies. Significant emphasis will beplaced on curriculum content lesson planningresearch-based instructional strategies andassessment. Taken the semester immediately priorto student teaching. Includes minimum of 20 hoursof field experience in an elementary (PK-6)classroom. Successful field experience isnecessary for a passing grade in the class.Prerequisites admission to the TEP taken thesemester before student teaching

Unit(s): 4

Taken during the student teaching experiencethis course emphasizes professional licensurerequirements and teacher performance standardsmeasuring student academic progress andcollaboration models of teaching. Candidatesdevelop various personal skills and resourcesincluding the development of an onlineeducational portfolio consistent with InTASCstandards for obtaining employment in theeducation field.Prerequisites admission to the TEPCorequisites
Ten-week student teaching field experience forthe ESL endorsement involving instructionalplanning observation and teaching. Supervised bythe classroom cooperating teacher and a collegesupervisor. Students are expected to assumecomplete responsibility for the classroom duringthe student teaching experience and engage in allactivities related to teaching in the schoolcommunity.Prerequisites EDUC 460 and ESL endorsements withPre-K-6 6-12 PreK-12 content area endorsementsCorequisite EDUC 450

Unit(s): 12
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Fifteen-week final field experience involvinginstructional planning observation and teaching.Supervised by the classroom cooperatingteacher and a college supervisor. Students areexpected to assume complete responsibility fortheclassroom during the student teaching experienceand engage in all activities related to teachingin the school community. Prerequisites admission to the Teacher EducationProgram and completion of all coursework in theTeacher Education Program Corequisite EDUC 450

Unit(s): 13


Unit(s): 1

Fifteen-week final field experience involvinginstructional planning observation and teaching.Supervised by the classroom cooperatingteacher and a college supervisor. Students areexpected to assume complete responsibility fortheclassroom during the student teaching experienceand engage in all activities related to teachingin the school community. Prerequisites admission to the Teacher EducationProgram and completion of all coursework in theTeacher Education Program Corequisite EDUC 450

Unit(s): 13

A human geographic exploration of all worldregions emphasizing population culturaleconomic and political geographies. Prerequisites HIST 110 and either ECON 200 orSOC 101 or permission of instructor

Unit(s): 3

Non-Licensure Track

In addition to the core requirements, choose 9 hours from the following:

Choose one:

Students will examine family and interpersonalrelationships from a variety of theoretical andconceptual frameworks to gain an understanding ofthe changes in society relative to marriage andfamily. Students will engage in criticalexamination of issues related to families workand their interrelationships. Using familyscience theories students will consider thecontextual factors that influence the family.Emphasis placed upon the reciprocal impacts ofrelationships within the family and a personsrelationships to individuals and society. Thiscourse focuses on family as a basic socialinstitution the various theoretical perspectiveson the family and provides an overview ofcurrent social scientific research on the family. The history structure and functions of thefamily will be addressed as will topics such asdating cohabitation marriage parenting familyviolence and divorce. Corequisites
Taught in the style of a seminar a small groupof students learn thinking skills throughdiscussion debate peer review andbrainstorming. Context varies from section tosection. Incoming students rank topic preferencesand then are assigned to a section. Focusesspecifically on two key areas of personaldevelopment (1) intellectual growth isstimulated through systematic criticalquestioning and (2) a sense of communityinvolvement and responsibility is developedthrough classroom group work collaborativelearning and a class community engagementproject. The course also contains success skillexercises and college orientation informationincluding an introduction to the portfolioprogram.General education master core skills2017 Fall Semester TopicsPDP-150-01 A Mans Man and a Womans WomanPDP-150-02 The Power of Physical Activity andSportPDP-150-03 Human Behavior in a Computational AgePDP-150-04 Strange IdeasPDP-150-05 After the ScourgePDP-150-06 Swimming in a sea of misinformationPDP-150-07 A Mans Man and a Womans WomanPDP-150-08 Creativity in the Arts SciencesBusiness Sports... in LifePDP-150-09 How to Rock the BoatPDP-150-10 Superhero NarrativesPDP-150-11 Dog is My Co-PilotPDP-150-12 Leadership and the Art of DecisionPDP-150-13 Free PlayPDP-150-14 Knowledge The Only FrontierPDP-150-15 Music Sweet Music PDP-150-16 The Fine Line between Glory & GuiltPDP-150-17 The Souls of Black Folk CriticalReadings By and About African Americans in the20th and 21st CenturiesPDP-150-18 Whos Sorry Now Thinking ThroughApologies Made on the Public StagePDP-150-19 Chickens Chickens ChickensPDP-150-20 The Narnian The Life and Imaginationof C.S. LewisPDP-150-21 Liberal Arts of the Living DeadPDP-150-22 Liberal Arts of the Living DeadPDP-150-23 Human Behavior in a Computational AgePDP-150-24 Latino USAPDP-150-25 Tweet Friend Pin Social Media &You as a 21st Century CitizenPDP-150-26 The Power of Physical Activity andSportPDP-150-29 Free PlayPDP-150-30 Media Narratives Spinning the Truth

Unit(s): 3
or
An introduction to the academic community ofBridgewater College to the liberal arts and tothe skills of critical thinking and reflectivewriting specifically designed for transferstudents. Transfer students will explore theunique challenges of integrating into a liberalarts educational environment and will begin theprocess of documenting their experiences andgrowth in the four dimensions of personaldevelopment intellectual growth and discoverycitizenship and community responsibility ethicaland spiritual growth and emotional maturationandphysical health.general education 2014 master core skills

Unit(s): 3
General Education social sciences

Unit(s): 3

Examine issues related to physical cognitive andsocio-emotional development of the child fromconception through early adolescence. Studentswill develop theoretical and practical knowledgeof child development concepts. Provisions aremade for observing and working with preschoolchildren.Prerequisite junior standing

Unit(s): 4

Developmental changes of individuals in familiesthroughout the adolescent years into emergingadulthood. Emphasis placed on knowledge ofphysical emotional cognitive and socialaspects of development.

Unit(s): 3

Students will develop an understanding of thelegal issues policies and law influencing thewell-being of families. Topics include family andthe law relating to marriage divorce familysupport child custody child protection andrights family planning social serviceseducation the economy religion and publicpolicy as it affects the family including taxcivil rights social security economic supportlaws and regulations.

Unit(s): 3

Overview of the process of parenting in diversecultural and familial structures. Exploration ofissues related to parenting at various stages ofdevelopment as well as formation of parentinggoals and styles. Emphasis placed on parent-childinteractions through the child rearing years.Provides an emphasis on evidence-based practicesand evaluation of programming.Prerequisites PDP 150 or PDP 350 Experiential learning

Unit(s): 3

Critical examination of principles of the generalphilosophy and broad principles of family lifeeducation in conjunction with the ability toplan implement and evaluate such educationalprograms. An understanding of the character andquality of human social conduct and the abilityto critically examine ethical questions andissues as they relate to professional practiceand community concerns and values.

Unit(s): 3

Choose one:

Theory and practice related to readers atemergent and beginning stages. Includesdiscussion of the complex factors involved inliteracy acquisition at the elementary level witha focus on phonemic awareness phonicsvocabulary beginning fluency and comprehension.Explorations of assessment methods and strategiesfor teaching diverse learners including Englishlanguage learners are emphasized. Includes 20hours in public schools. Successful fieldexperience is necessary for a passing grade inthe class.Prerequisites admission to the TEP

Unit(s): 4

Effective and efficient management of time spaceand resources including lessons and classroombehaviors are examined as a means of promotinglearning. Candidates develop a management planthat is inclusive respectful and based uponcurrent theory and practice. Effectiveorganization and communication techniques arestressed. Includes a minimum of 20 hours fieldexperience in an elementary classroom. Successfulfield experience is necessary for a passing gradein the class.Prerequisites admission to the TEP

Unit(s): 4

Introduction to a variety of conceptualframeworks and theoretical lenses relating tohuman gender and sexualities including socialconstructionism political economy and culturalstudies. A critical global historical andsociological approach will be emphasized tounpack gendered ad sexualized social structureslike patriarchy heterosexism and hegemonicmasculinity. Special attention will be paid tosocial movements and challenges to powerresourceinequalities made by gender and sexuality-basedminority groups.Prerequisites PDP 150 or PDP 350 and SOC 101Offered alternate years 2016-2017General Education global dynamics

Unit(s): 3

Examination of the human family historically andcomparatively in various cultures with majoremphasis placed upon the modern American family.Included are such topics as the diversity offamily structures the social construction ofemotions gender expectations and rolesparenting the life cycle and family tensions.Prerequisite SOC 101 and ENG 110Writing Intensive

Unit(s): 3

Choose one:

The internship program provides an opportunityfora student to gain field experience in an arearelated to the students concentration or careergoals. Supervision of an intern is provided byanappropriate faculty member and by a staff memberof the agency or business in which the student isan intern. A student who wishes to engage in aninternship must consult with the appropriatefaculty member at least eight weeks in advance ofthe start of the term in which the internship isto be completed. A description of theinternshipsigned by the student and the faculty sponsormust be filed with the Director of Internships bythe first day of the semester prior to the startof the internship. Approval of each applicationfor an internship is made by the Director ofInternships based upon policies and guidelines asapproved by the Council on Education and thefaculty. To be considered for an internship astudent must have junior or senior status and atleast a 2.00 grade point average. Internshipsaregraded on an S or U basis. A student may enrollin an internship program for three credits persemester and internship credit may be earned insubsequent semesters subject to the limitationsthat no more than two internships may be pursuedin any one agency or business and a maximum ofnine credits in internships may be applied towardgraduation.

Unit(s): 3

The internship program provides an opportunityfora student to gain field experience in an arearelated to the students concentration or careergoals. Supervision of an intern is provided byanappropriate faculty member and by a staff memberof the agency or business in which the student isan intern. A student who wishes to engage in aninternship must consult with the appropriatefaculty member at least eight weeks in advance ofthe start of the term in which the internship isto be completed. A description of theinternshipsigned by the student and the faculty sponsormust be filed with the Director of Internships bythe first day of the semester prior to the startof the internship. Approval of each applicationfor an internship is made by the Director ofInternships based upon policies and guidelines asapproved by the Council on Education and thefaculty. To be considered for an internship astudent must have junior or senior status and atleast a 2.00 grade point average. Internshipsaregraded on an S or U basis. A student may enrollin an internship program for three credits persemester and internship credit may be earned insubsequent semesters subject to the limitationsthat no more than two internships may be pursuedin any one agency or business and a maximum ofnine credits in internships may be applied towardgraduation.

Unit(s): 3

Education Curriculum

All candidates admitted to the TEP must take required education courses outlined for their endorsement/ program level. These courses have been designed to meet the professional competencies outlined in the Virginia Department of Education Licensure Regulations for School Personnel and Technology Standards for Instructional Personnel guidelines. Transfer candidates should meet with a member of the education department upon arrival at Bridgewater in order to plan their education course sequence.

Program Transition Points

All candidates for teacher certification must complete a series of steps called Program Transition Points.

Technology Competencies

Candidates seeking certification to teach are required to meet all minimum technology competencies identified by the Virginia Department of Education. All courses in the education department emphasize the use of instructional technology in preparing teachers for today’s schools. 

Professional Student Teaching Semester

During your senior year, you will enroll in your professional student teaching experience for an entire 15-week semester.

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