Secondary Education Teacher Candidates Go Back to School
Dr. Siers’ secondary education Living Learning Community teacher candidates from Salisbury University are having their EDUC 210 pre-professional course on-site all fall semester at Mardela Middle and High School. This marks the second consecutive year that this course has been offered at MMHS. Ten teacher candidates (Ms. Kaiafas, Ms. Lahn, Mr. Lingenfelter, Mr. Martinez, Ms. Stallings, Ms. Towers, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Watridge, Mr. Wharton, & Ms. Yiallouros) and ten MMHS mentors (Mr. Davidson, Ms. Dorman, Ms. Ehrisman, Ms. Krygeris, Ms. Johnson, Mr. Bozman, Mr. Duck, Ms. Sann, Ms. Harman, & Mr. Abbatiello) are partnering in order to facilitate learning into practice. Thank you to
Mentor/Intern Forum VI
Salisbury University recently hosted Mentor/Intern Forum 6.0. With all six iterations, mentors and interns have become inspired and empowered in the events, which focus on beginning the internship experience with a strong working relationship, effective
Mentor Workshop Program Hits Milestone
Salisbury University's PDS program is proud to share a significant moment in our history: This fall, we passed the 1090 clinical mentors mark, meaning that over 1090 mentor teachers who guide our teacher candidates and interns into the teaching profession have completed our mentor training program! The mentor training workshop provides current and prospective mentor teachers with clarity regarding our teacher education programs' internship expectations and co-teaching model. Teachers who complete the workshop are identified as "clinical mentors" and receive extra financial compensation each time they collaborate with a full-time SU intern.