Candidate Tools

Professional responsibilities for Salisbury University teacher education candidates for courses and field experiences (Foundations, Methods or Internship) is governed by the Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies Professional Dispositions Policy.  Please click on the links below to review how the Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies reviews a candidate during their coursework or while placed in field experience. See Co-Teaching Materials for more resources.

SU Candidate Professional Dispositions Policy & Expectations

Professional Teacher Education Program (PTEP) Applications:

Applications should be completed the semester prior to enrolling in a professional education methods course. Complete your application  and return it to your advisor during program planning.

Appeal Process:

Utilize this link to apply for an appeal to the Professional Teacher Education Program.  Appeals may be granted based on the following:  1) a summer or winter course or 2) an extension of  the PRAXIS I deadline.

Intern Handbooks

Internship Seminar Syllabi

Placement Requirements:

Internship Assessment Links

State of Maryland Certification/PRAXIS Information

GPA Calculators