CIS 590 Internship-Apprenticeship in Instructional Communication

This course provides students an opportunity to work one-on-one with a faculty member in the college as a teacher’s apprentice in a course in the track of their chosen major. As an apprentice, students will attend all classes of the course they are serving as an apprentice for and meet with the faculty member weekly to discuss course content and pedagogical strategies. Students will also prepare at least three lesson plans and lead the class in working through them at least three times over the course of the semester. Students will ultimately develop a reflective teaching portfolio for the course. This course is repeatable for up to 6 credits. Prereq: Upper division status in the College of Communication and Information, successful completion of the course for which a student wants to as an intern-apprentice (i.e., B or better), an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher, permission from both the teacher of the course and the Director of the Division of Instructional Communication prior to registration, and completion of a Division Learning Contract.

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