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Field Experiences

Field Experiences

Questions related to field experiences should be directed to Ms. Laura Fontenot

Field Experience Handbook

The field experience handbook outlines all details related to field experiences in all initial teacher education programs.
Download FE Handbook

Printable Forms

Field Experience Data Collection Form (Self-Report)
PDF ] [ DOC ]

Tutorials For Using Web-Based Forms

Initial Program Field Experience Data Collection Form
  • Instructions for submitting field experience data using the "initial program" form.

Advanced Program Field Experience Data Collection Form
  • Instructions for submitting field experience data using the "advanced program" form.

Professional Development Data Collection Form
  • Instructions for submitting professional development data

Web-Based Forms

Review all tutorial videos and instructions on forms carefully to ensure accurate submission of data.
  • Please check your selections for each drop-down list on these forms before clicking Submit.
  • To prevent from accessing old versions of forms that may be cache on your computer, ensure that your web browser's cache is clear. 

Initial Program (Undergraduate and M.A.T.) Field Experience Data Collection Form
  • All undergraduate and alternative certification (non-degree and M.A.T.) candidates use this form.
  • Candidates must submit all data collected on the Field Experience Data Form (Self-Report) using this web-based form.

Advanced Program (M.Ed. and Ed.S.) Field Experience Data Collection Form
  • All graduate M.Ed.--NOT M.A.T.--candidates use this form.
  • Candidates in the Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (all concentrations) and Master of Education in Special Education must submit all data collected through field experiences here.

Professional Development Data Collection Form
  • Reporting all candidates' professional development activities. Such activities are those field experiences that occur outside the traditional classroom setting (seminars, workshops, meetings, etc.).

Impact on P-12 Student Learning Data Collection Form