A cooperating teacher is a licensed school professional who will supervise you during your student teaching. Cooperating teachers are required by PI 34.15(6) Wis. Admin. Code to meet the following requirements:
- Hold a regular Wisconsin license, or teaching license in the state where the placement is being completed, and have volunteered for assignment as a cooperating teacher.
- Have at least three years of teaching experience with at least one year of teaching experience in the school system of current employment.
- Have completed training in both the supervision of student teaching and in the applicable standards.
If you are interested in becoming a cooperating teacher you can contact email@example.com for more information about supervisory courses or workshops that may be available.
Below are useful resources for cooperating teachers to use.
Weekly Progress Report
Mid-Term Evaluation for Student Teachers
Mid-Term Evaluation for Interns
Final Evaluation for Student Teachers
Final Evulation for Interns
Early Childhood Student Teaching