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Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED): iTeachAZ program


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Academic Level:
K-12 Educators

Description:
Prepare to teach math or science in a middle school or high school classroom—and earn cash while you’re at it—with the Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) grant at the Arizona State University Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. As an undergraduate or graduate teacher candidate at ASU, you may be eligible to receive SEED grant funding if you teach in one of these high-demand subject areas during your student teaching residency—part of the college’s innovative iTeachAZ program.

An invaluable experience

•Undergraduate students: Earn up to $10,000 from a living-wage stipend during your senior-year student teaching residency

•Graduate students: Earn up to $25,000 from a living-wage stipend while completing your master’s degree and Arizona teaching certification

•Participate in professional development opportunities while student teaching

•Gain access to technology tools to support your teaching

•Receive additional professional development and guidance during your first year of in-service teaching

Requirements

•Meet the minimum ASU/Teachers College student teaching requirements

•Take the appropriate National Evaluation Series (NES) exam demonstrating subject knowledge proficiency in the area you plan to teach

•Student teach in a middle school or high school math or science classroom

•Maintain full-time enrollment and good academic standing

•Teach in a high-needs school for two (2) years after graduation

•Other requirements as outlined in the SEED contract


Participating Institution(s):
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Arizona State University (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Education
Mathematics
STEM Fields

Keywords:
Mathematics Education
STEM Education

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Page last updated 10/27/2016
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