Thank you to all of our Clinical Educators/Mentoring Teachers for the work you do with our aspiring educators! Certainly, your role in our Educator Preparation Program is a very important one. You will be guiding and having an impact on the next generation of teachers! On this page are are many of the resources for your role, but please don't hesitate to contact the course instructor/faculty supervisor or the Education Coordinator if you have any questions or concerns.
All rubrics will be score/completed in Tevera. Clinical Educators will receive an invitation to score the rubric via email. See the following links for assistance but more information will be forthcoming at the beginning of the academic year. Please review and refer to our Student Teaching Guide for timelines and expectations.
2023 -2024 Student Teaching Guide for Candidates, Mentors, and Supervisors
Clinical Educator Professional Growth Points
Clinical Educators are eligible for Professional Growth Points (PGPs) for their work with preservice Education students by request.
Early Field Experiences
Clinical Educators working with EDU 221 and other 200 level course are eligible for 5 PGPs by request after submission of the Early Feedback Form.
Methods Field Experiences
Clinical Educators working with 300 level Methods Teacher Candidates are eligible for 15 PGPs by request after submission of the Methods Candidate Evaluation Rubric..
Student Teaching Field Experiences
Clinical Educators working with a 400 level Student Teacher are eligible for 30 PGPs by request after submission of Lesson Observations and Final Student Teacher Candidate Evaluation Rubrics in Tevera. The Qualifications Form and W9 tax forms must also be submitted to our Education Student Services Coordinator, who will be emailing mentors about these documents toward the end of the placement. There is a stipend for Student Teaching mentor teachers.
Senior Student Teaching Courses
EDU 455 - Secondary Education (Grades 5-12) Student Teaching Assignment
EDU 456 - Elementary Education (Grades K-6) Student Teaching Assignment
EDU 458 - Mild Interventions for Elementary or Secondary or All Grade - Split Student Teaching Assignment
EDU 459 - All Grade Split Student Teaching (multiple level assignment in P-12 classrooms)
CLINICAL EDUCATOR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
DECISION POINT 1 INTERVIEWS (ADMISSION TO THE EDUCATOR PREPARATION PROGRAM)
DECISION POINT 2 INTERVIEWS (READINESS FOR A STUDENT TEACHING ASSIGNMENT)
DECISION POINT 2 PORTFOLIO SCORING
DECISION POINT 3 PRESENTATION AND INTERVIEWS (READINESS FOR TEACHER LICENSING)
Hanover College Educator Preparation Program awards PGP certification letters to all professional educators who serve on Decision Point candidate interviews, the scoring of portfolios, for Advisory Council members for attendance at meetings and other volunteer capacities. These are awarded at the rate of one PGP per one hour of assistance.
Clinical Educators should contact Cheryl Torline for PGP letters at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Growth Plan Experience Documentation.pdf