Local SWOSU students begin practice teaching


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Among the teacher candidates are (front from left): Cassie Glover, Altus, teaching at Clinton Middle and High School; and Brooke Jefferson, Hollis, teaching at Duke Elementary. Back from left—Kendon Owens, Hollis, teaching at Hollis Elementary; and R. Zane Trammell, Snyder, teaching at Snyder High School.


Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Education in Weatherford has sent 46 teacher candidates to work with approximately 60 cooperating teachers from 46 different schools in Oklahoma and Texas during the 2016 spring semester.

The SWOSU students are doing their practice teaching assignments from February 8 through April 29.

Teacher candidates represent all areas of education including elementary, early childhood, English education, history education, kinesiology, instrumental music education, vocal music education and special education.

Among the teacher candidates are (front from left): Cassie Glover, Altus, teaching at Clinton Middle and High School; and Brooke Jefferson, Hollis, teaching at Duke Elementary. Back from left—Kendon Owens, Hollis, teaching at Hollis Elementary; and R. Zane Trammell, Snyder, teaching at Snyder High School.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_PracticeTeaching.jpgAmong the teacher candidates are (front from left): Cassie Glover, Altus, teaching at Clinton Middle and High School; and Brooke Jefferson, Hollis, teaching at Duke Elementary. Back from left—Kendon Owens, Hollis, teaching at Hollis Elementary; and R. Zane Trammell, Snyder, teaching at Snyder High School.

my Debbie Brown,

debbie.brown@swosu.edu

Reach Debbie Brown at debbie.brown@swosu.edu

Reach Debbie Brown at debbie.brown@swosu.edu

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