As a university supervisor, you are the liaison between the university, mentor teacher, and teacher candidate. Your major role will be to observe the teacher candidate and provide assistance and feedback to both the mentor teacher and teacher candidate. With your influence and representation you will be a public relations advocate for the university towards the district and school where the teacher candidate is placed.
Those wishing to become an adjunct university supervisor must have a master’s degree and 3-5 years of successful teaching experience. A resume is required to verify education and experience.
The university supervisor will be expected to visit the teacher candidate(s) several times during the semester, complete written observations, a final evaluation form and complete the Teacher Candidate's Master Accountability Record and submit it to the Field Services Office.
The Student Teaching Handbook is now available online. It may be used as a reference to answer questions, and provide forms and information related to Student Teaching.
Forms for the convenience of the Education University Supervisor: