Brenda Straley Wendy Crapo
This program is designed to introduce students to the field of education including special education. This program offers a starting point for an education pathway at most Utah colleges and universities. Students will gain hands-on experience working with children in K-12. During this year long course, students will have the opportunity to have practicum experiences in six different classrooms. Students will learn instruction, data collection and assessment that can be used in public school classrooms, community settings, and adult education settings.
Students who enroll in this program are expected to have excellent attendance, be dependable and reliable in both the JATC classroom and practicum settings. The program involves significant hands-on practice and student observation. Students will be assigned to practicum experiences that will provide experience in a wide variety of educational settings. Students will also travel to various schools within Jordan School district to observe classrooms and related services. Students must provide their own transportation to and from these activities. Students learn skills and ethics in the workplace that are applicable in a variety of careers and personal settings. To remain in this program, students must maintain at least a “C” average throughout the semester