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Title: Michigan State University College of Education & Chicago Public Schools


1
Michigan State UniversityCollege of Education
Chicago Public Schools
  • Information Session
  • Sunday, October 2, 2011
  • 500 PM

2
CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS AT A GLANCE
  • Total 675 (FY2009-10)  
  • Elementary 482
  • Traditional elementary 395  Magnet 36
    Middle 10 Gifted centers 12 Special education
    8 Classical 4 Small 4     
  • Charter schools 71
  • Elementary 42 High school 29   
  • High Schools 122
  • General/technical 41 Career academy 8 Magnet
    school 5 Military academy 6 Small school 11
    Achievement academy 8 Alternative school 8
    Special education 5 Selective Enrollment 8

3
CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS AT A GLANCE
  • Total 409,279 Student Enrollment
  • (FY 2009-10)
  • Preschool 24,370 
  • Kindergarten 29,632
  • Elementary (1-8) 239,507
  • Secondary (9-12) 115,770
  • Student racial breakdown
  • African American 45  Latino 41 White 9
    Asian/Pacific Islander 3.6
  • Native American 0.2

4
CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS AT A GLANCE
  • Total Employees 43,731 (FY 2008-09)
  • Teachers Total 23,110
  • African American 31
  • White 49
  • Latino 15
  • Asian/Pacific Islander 3.5
  • Native American 0.9
  • http//www.cps.edu/Pages/home.aspx

5
HYDE PARK
6
HYDE PARK
  • Hyde Park is home to a number of higher education
    institutions
  • The University of Chicago
  • The Catholic Theological Union, a seminary of 28
    Roman Catholic religious orders
  • The Chicago Theological Seminary, a seminary of
    the United Church of Christ
  • The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, a
    seminary of the evangelical Lutheran Church in
    America
  • The McCormick Theological Seminary, a seminary of
    the Presbyterian Church
  • The Meadville Lombard Theological School, a
    seminary of the Unitarian Universalist
    Association
  • Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture, a
    non-profit and experiential education program for
    college students who want to study abroad in
    Chicago
  • The Oriental Institute within the University of
    Chicago
  • The DuSable Museum of African American History,
    although just outside of the neighborhood in
    Washington Park, has a long association with the
    community.

7
CPS PARTNERSHIP SCHOOLS
Kenwood Academy High School-neighborhood school
with rigorous college prep curriculum,
accelerated magnet program and U of C
partnership. Serves grades 7-12, pop of 1578.
Recognized by Newsweek and US News World
Report as a top HS. King College Preparatory
HS-Selective enrollment school with rigorous
college prep curriculum. 899 pop serving grades
9-12one of Chicagos premier HS with a proud
history names after the father of the civil
rights movement-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Woodlawn Community Elementary-founded in 1996-
small schools coalition, offering an
African cultured-centered curriculum, serving
grades pre-k to 6 neighborhood school. A school
with tremendous pride!
8
CPS PARTNERSHIP SCHOOLS
  • Bret Harte Elementary-431 pop, serving Pre-k to 6
    grades, Math Science Magnet Cluster. Partners
    with U of C and other cultural institutions in
    the city. Great ballroom dancing program!
  • Shoesmith Elementary- It takes a village
    motto..Math Science Cluster School, serving
    362 students, grades K-6. U of C partnership,
    Park District, churches, etc.
  • Canter Middle School-neighborhood global village
    middle school serving 261 students, middle grades
    only (7-8), located behind Kenwood Academy HS,
    with integration of world language and cultures
    across the curriculum
  • Walsh Newest partnership PK-8 School.
  • ALL VERY UNIQUE, INDIVIDUAL, GREAT SCHOOLS MAKING
    A DIFFERENCE!!

9
Examining Your Disposition WE SEEK CANDIDATES
WHO
  • Have a demonstrated commitment to teach/work
    across racial or ethnic difference, with students
    in poverty, in urban settings
  • Are knowledgeable about their own values, morals,
    beliefs and commitments relative to the community
    in which they teach
  • Demonstrate Personal Responsibility,
    Independence, and Resiliency to ensure a
    meaningful internship experience for themselves
    and their students.

10
MANDATORY PRE-INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCEMAY 7 11,
2012Travel via Amtrak Train Lodging expenses
are covered by the College of Education.Individu
als are responsible for their own food expenses.
11
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12
Internship YearAffordable Housing Options
  • http//teacherhousing.cps.k12.il.us
  • http//www.chicagorentals.com/
  • 3. Current Intern Housing Tour

13
  • INTERNSHIP SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT
  • WATCH FOR!!!! College of Education
  • E-Mail Notification
  • INTERNSHIP SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT
  • PRIORTY TO CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND DETROIT
    PUBLIC SCHOOL INTERNS
  • CAN APPLY FOR AS LITTLE OR AS MUCH (TYPICALLY UP
    TO COST OF HOUSING) MUST CONFIRM ANTICIPATED
    RESIDENCY IN HYDE PARK AREA DURING INTERNSHIP
    YEAR.

14
  •  2011-2012
  • CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • 5TH YEAR INTERNSHIP
  •  FALL 2011 TIMELINE
  •   
  • Sunday, October 2nd Information Session
    Erickson Hall KIVA
  •  
  • Monday, October 3rd MSU College of
    Education CPS Internship On-Line Application
    Deadline http//www.educ.msu.edu/
  • October 24th APPLICATION DEADLINE 500 PM
  •  
  • October 25th - Progression to Internship
    Verification
  • November 14th Team Leader Endorsement for
    Chicago Placement
  •  
  • November 15th - Late November E-mail
    notification of conditionally accepted
    students
  • December 9th Intern Acceptance Deadline

  • Communication of Intern Acceptance Status to
    Team Leaders.

15
  •  2011-2012
  • CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • 5TH YEAR INTERNSHIP
  •  SPRING 2012 TIMELINE
  •  
  • January Communication with
    CPS regarding placement needs
  •  
  • March MANDATORY Campus-based
    One-Day Chicago Public
    Schools Internship Orientation.
  • Late April Early May Chicago Public Schools
    On-Line Student Teaching
  •  
    Application Deadline.
  • May 7th 11th MANDATORY
    Chicago-based Pre-Internship experience
  •  
  • August, 2012 Begin Internship
    Year in Chicago!!!

16
Conditions for Participation in the MSU-COE
Chicago Public Schools Internship Year
  • I confirm my understanding that I must have met
    all Criteria For The Progression To The
    Internship, by the end of spring semester 2012,
    as articulated on the Michigan State University,
    College of Education website www.educ.msu.edu/stu
    dents/undergraduate/criteriaforprogression.htm
    which include the following
  • Successful passing of the required Michigan Test
    for Teacher Certification (MTTC) by the April
    2012 administration.
  • Successful completion of all teaching major
    and/or teaching minor(s) requirements, as well as
    all teacher certification coursework and other
    courses required for teacher certification, by
    the end of spring semester 2011.
  • Have my bachelors degree conferred at the
    conclusion of spring semester 2012 (requiring no
    summer course enrollment except as approved).
  • Approval of current Teacher Education Team Leader
    for participation.
  • I confirm my understanding that full
    participation in the Chicago based internship
    program requires my attendance during the
    four-day "pre-internship" experience in Chicago,
    and the one-day campus based orientation.
  • I confirm my understanding that a condition of my
    participation is that I must abide by Michigan
    State University policies, including the MSU
    General Student Regulations, while enrolled in
    the program and that I may be subject to
    disciplinary action for violations of those
    policies.

17
Conditions for Participation in the MSU-COE
Chicago Public Schools Internship Year
  • I confirm my understanding that a condition of my
    participation is that I will be required to
    attend and participate in all scheduled
    instruction and I will ensure that I have in my
    possession the laptop and technology accessories
    (webcam, headset, etc.) that support my full
    participation in the Teacher Education
    professional education courses, or other required
    program completion courses, for which I am
    enrolled during my internship year.
  • I confirm my understanding that I must secure my
    own housing, transportation and other necessities
    in a manner that ensures my full participation in
    the Chicago-based program.
  • I confirm my understanding that I must complete
    all Chicago Public Schools Student Teaching
    Application Requirements, and provide all
    required verification (i.e., TB Test,
    Fingerprints, Confidentiality Agreement, etc.) in
    a time and manner requested by Chicago Public
    Schools and Michigan State University, College of
    Education.
  • ALL DEADLINES ARE FINAL. NO EXCEPTIONS. FAILURE
    TO MEET A DEADLINE AT ANY TIME ASSUMES
    DISCONTINUANCE OF CONSIDERATION FOR CPS
    INTERNSHIP PLACEMENT.

18
CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENT
TEACHINGAPPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
  • STEP ONE APPLICATION www.cpsstudentteachprogram.c
    om
  • This is your time to shine!
  • Online Application- requires general biographical
    information
  • Resume- Highlight leadership skills,
    volunteering, mentoring, tutoring, pre-student
    teaching experiences, i.e. observations,
    clinical, etc.
  • Essay Questions- Select 3 questions from essay
    bank
  • Lesson Plan- organize lesson around a clear goal
    or learning objective, age-appropriate, engaging,
    relevant, meaningful, monitor learning,
    differentiated instruction, etc.
  • WHAT HAPPENS AFTER APPLICATION IS SUBMITTED??
  • Turnaround time 2-4 weeks from submission date.
  • Status notification method CPS Student Teaching
    Program will email a Pre-conditional Acceptance
    Letter, which will instruct you to proceed to
    the final step-Registration.

19
REGISTRATION (Final Step)
  • STEP TWO REGISTRATION
  • Online Registration Form-
  • http//www.cps-humanresources.org/STI/registration
    _new.htm
  • 2. TB Test- must be less than 12 months old
    from student teaching start date
  • 3. Fingerprints- Accurate Biometrics OR
    must meet the following criteria
  • Must be less than 12 months old from student
    teaching start date
  • Must be a State Background Report
  • Must be a FBI (National) Report
  • 4. Confidentiality Agreement
  • 5. Student Teacher Acknowledgement Form
  • 6. Registration Waiver- active CPS
    employees eligible only. Waives only registration
    paperwork, not performance-based application
    requirement
  • FINAL ACCEPTANCE NOTIFICATION METHOD- Final
    acceptance letter will be sent to student teacher
    applicant via email and they are advised to
    contact university for school placement details

20
  • CPS ON-LINE STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAM
    APPLICATION COMPONENTS
  • This reference sheet provides university
    partners with details surrounding the following
    items
  • Resume
  • Application Questions
  • Lesson Plan
  • Competencies
  • Scoring
  • 1. Resume
  • All candidates will be required to submit
    a resume that outlines the candidate's
    educational profile, work history, volunteer
    experiences, observations, clinical experiences
    and teaching experiences (if applicable). The
    resume must be in a clear, organized, logical
    structure and include an original and insightful
    objective. The resume should highlight
    activities, leadership roles and skills related
    to the field of education. The resume should be
    created prior to applying online and saved in
    Word (.doc) or Adobe (.pdf), so it may be
    uploaded when completing the online application.
    Resumes should not exceed two pages in length.
  • 2. Application Questions
  • Candidates must respond to three of the
    following questions. All candidates must respond
    to the first question, and then choose one
    question each from question sets 2 and 3. All
    responses must be completed in full paragraphs,
    using appropriate grammar and writing. All
    responses must be limited to 1500 words in total
    500 per question.

21
CPS STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAM APPLICATION
COMPONENTS CONTINUED
  • 1. (REQUIRED OF ALL APPLICANTS)
  • Identify two previous
    experiences or two strategies that you will use
    in order to ensure high academic achievement for
    your CPS students. Explain how you will
    accomplish this.
  • 2. Question Set 2 (CHOOSE ONE OF THE
    FOLLOWING)
  • A. How will student teaching
    in an urban Chicago Public School specifically
    prepare you for your long-term career as a
    teacher?
  • OR
  • B. What are your three goals
    for your student teaching experience?  How will
    student teaching in the Chicago Public Schools
    help you achieve those goals?
  • 3. Question Set 3 (CHOOSE ONE OF THE
    FOLLOWING)
  • A. What is your personal
    definition of urban education? What qualities
    or abilities are most important for urban
    educators to possess in order to be successful?
  • OR
  • B. Describe a time when you
    worked with others to overcome a significant
    obstacle or address a challenge. What did you
    learn from that experience that will make you a
    more effective teacher in an urban classroom?
  • OR

22
CPS STUDENT TEACHING PROGRAM APPLICATION
COMPONENTS CONTINUED
  • 4. Competencies
  • Successful STP candidates will demonstrate
    evidence of the following competencies in their
    application materials. These competencies will be
    assessed across the application materials to give
    CPS a holistic view of the candidates.
  • Commitment to Urban Education Demonstrates an
    understanding of the CPS environment and a
    willingness to persevere as a teacher in CPS,
    despite potential obstacles.
  • Critical Thinking Analyzes information
    accurately and generates effective solutions to
    problems.
  • Knowledge of Teaching and Learning Demonstrates
    a novice-level awareness of the teaching skills
    and strategies necessary to ensure high academic
    achievement with students.
  • Communication Skills Demonstrates written and
    verbal proficiency in English.
  • 5. Scoring
  • As it relates to scoring applications,
    overall CPS is seeking candidates that
    demonstrate definite, positive evidence of the
    program competencies, as outlined above,
    throughout all of their application materials.

23
INTERNSHIP STRUCTURE
  • Placement in school cluster
  • Chicago-based collaborative field supervision
  • Chicago-based Site Coordination (Ms. Lana Brown)
  • Use of Technology Instruction- Requires Intern
    Laptop

24
QUESTIONS????
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