Fall 2017 Internship Information
Welcome, Fall 2017 Final Interns, Program Faculty, Clinical Supervisors, and Collaborating Teachers! Below are information and resources to assist you during your internship experience.
Interns, please read all of this information carefully.
Table of Contents
Clinical Education Contacts
Program Contacts for Final Internship
Internship Start Dates and Orientations
College of Education Handbook and Terms of Enrollment Form
Internship Events Schedule
Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE) Requirements
Final Summative Evaluation
Cooperating/Collaborating/Professional Practice Partner - Tuition Waiver for Supervision Guidelines and Procedures
|Counselor Education||Cindy Topdemirfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Early Childhood Education||Sophia Hanemail@example.com|
|Middle Grades Math/Science:
Helios Middle School Residency Program
|Music Education||Jennifer Bugosfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Physical Education||Sarah Floryemail@example.com|
(English, Foreign Language, Math,
Science and Social Studies)
|Special Education||Elizabeth Doone
Be sure to register for the appropriate number of credit hours for internship. If you are unsure about how many hours for which you should register, please contact your academic advisor in Student Academic Services (EDU 106, 813-974-2979).
See below for dates and times for internship orientations by program. If your program is not listed, contact your program faculty to find out when and where your orientation will be held.
|Program||Orientation||Internship Start Date|
|Elementary Education: Urban Teacher Residency Partnership Program||August 24||August 21|
|Elementary Education: Masters of Arts in Teaching Students||August 7 from 1-2:30 p.m.||August 8|
|Middle Grades Math/Science: Helios STEM Residency||August 11 at 5pm – TECO Hall||August 8|
|Music Education||August 23 – First Day of Seminar||District Start Date|
|Secondary Education (English, Foreign Language, Math, Science, Social Studies)||August 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. — TECO Hall||August 22|
The College of Education Final Internship Handbook outlines college-wide guidelines and policies pertinent to all programs and internship stakeholders. Each program will also provide an internship guide, handbook, or syllabus what will outline specific program expectations, activities, and program specific policies for your internship experience. ALL interns are required to read the College of Education Final Internship Handbook, then complete the Terms of Enrollment form found here. You must return the Terms of Enrollment form to Dianne Wood, unless otherwise specified by your program.
College of Education Interns can access information regarding FTCE or the USF Testing Services site for Fall 2017 test deadlines and registration information. Interns must pass both FTCE subject and professional area tests prior to completing their final internship and graduating in December 2017. A copy of your passing FTCE subject and professional area tests scores must be received by your Academic Advisor in the Student Academic Services Office, EDU 106 by 5:00 p.m. the Friday prior to commencement as part of your internship grade.
Any intern who does not submit passing FTCE Professional and Subject Area Exam scores to their Academic Advisor in the Student Academic Services Office, EDU 106 by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 8, 2017 will receive an "I" grade for their final internship grade. It takes several weeks to receive your official FTCE test scores. Please make sure to register so that you have enough time to receive your passing FTCE scores by the December 8, 2017 deadline.
Here you will find information about the teacher certification process as well as resources for obtaining a teaching position upon completion of your program.
All final interns will be evaluated throughout the internship using the Danielson Framework and Rubric from Hillsborough County Public Schools. A final summative evaluation report will be prepared by the collaborating teacher and university supervisor, and this evaluation will be shared with the intern and the Office of Continuous Improvement and Support. The final summative evaluation report will be submitted through Chalk and Wire:
Chalk and Wire
IMPORTANT: All interns will need to have an active Chalk and Wire account. If you need to renew your Chalk and Wire, follow the link to the College of Education Chalk and Wire page.
In recognition for their dedicated work with a USF Final Intern, host teachers are eligible to receive a tuition waiver for six credit hours of tuition credit at any Florida state university in one semester. To obtain your tuition waiver, visit this page and download the Intern Certificate of Participation Guidelines and Procedures for Pre-Service Collaborating Teachers and the Certificate of Participation Requisition form. Follow the instructions provided to complete and submit the requisition form. Note the deadlines to submit these forms each semester.