Field and Clinical Education
All students in the College of Education's educator preparation programs participate in field experiences to spend time in local classrooms as part of their educational experiences at USF. Time spent in the field prepares students for the dynamic educational environments they can expect to encounter as professional educators.
In addition to the practicum and internships included as part of a student's degree program, below are some of the additional field experiences College of Education students can participate in. College of Education students can participate in additional field experiences, featured below.
help local students succeed with the tutor-a-bull program
The Tutor-a-Bull program strives to increase motivation for learning by providing academic support to struggling middle and high school students in Hillsborough County. USF education majors serve as paid Tutor-A-Bull tutors who regularly work with middle school students in Hillsborough County Public Schools to provide a more individualized learning experience.
satisfy requirements with the ESOL Field Experience
Many of our graduates will satisfy requirements toward eligibility of an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). One of the requirements for the ESOL endorsement is the ESOL Late Field Experience.
Volunteer with Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay
Students in the College of Education can earn classroom experience by volunteering with Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay as part of a "JA in a Day" event hosted each semester in local elementary schools.