School of Education
Activities for Goal 1
2012-13 Activities for Goal 1
- Moore Scholars
program was developed: http://www.clemson.edu/hehd/departments/education/moore-scholars/
- School counseling
program created database of schools to include diversity information (i.e.,
Title 1 status, %ELL, %disability, ethnic breakdown) to share with students as
they identify possible practicum and internship sites.
2011-12 Activities for Goal 1
- A new partnership was
developed with Monaview Elementary School in Greenville where 92% of
students receive free and reduced lunch, and 53% are Hispanic.
- Early Childhood Education
student teachers are now being assigned to Monaview Elementary School in
Greenville, a school not making Adequate Yearly Progress.
- All counselor education
graduate students are required to take EDC 811 Multicultural Counseling, a
course in which they focus on self-awareness and skills to work with
- School counseling graduate
students are directed to examine school report cards and websites in order
to identify diverse schools in which to complete their internships.
Graduate students in this program have opportunities to work with all P-12
students in any given school, and data collected at the end of each
semester (report in LiveText) helps the program assess the extent to which
they had broad, diverse experiences.
- The Eugene T. Moore School
of Education signed a Memorandum of Understanding this year with
Greenville County School District to provide all undergraduate and
graduate students with purposeful, challenging, and diverse experiences through
a range of diverse, carefully constructed, and challenging classroom-based
instruction and field-based experiences that help them recognize the
dignity and value of all individuals, promote equity in education and
advocate on behalf of children, families and communities.
Childhood and Elementary Education student teachers were placed in schools
that were identified by racial heterogeneity, number and/or percentage of
students on free or reduced lunch, and number of students identified as
English Language Learners.
Education student teachers in their junior year had a targeted placement
in a school with racial heterogeneity, number of students on free or
reduced lunch, and number of students identified as English Language
Education made plans to move toward placing their student teachers in
schools that are identified by racial heterogeneity, number and/or
percentage of students on free or reduced lunch, and number of students
identified as English Language Learners, and are limiting their placements
to schools and classrooms that model best practices.