Introductory Clinical (ILAS 201)

ILAS 201 has two parts:

  • Clinical observations: Thirty total clock hours of observation in a high school.
  • Seminar:  Seven class sessions where candidates hear from local public school teachers and administrators and participate in small-group discussions relating to their observations. 

Course Goals

  • Assist candidates in beginning to look at schools from the perspective of the teacher.
  • Help candidates determine if the teaching profession is a good match for their interests, personality, and skills.
  • Assist candidates begin to understand the broad issues in public high schools.

Sample ILAS 201 Seminar Topics

  • Professionalism
  • School culture and diversity
  • Classroom Management
  • Tutoring skills
  • Professional Vocabulary Building

Application Materials

Download the application. Save a copy for your own records.

Please submit your application materials, along with accompanying paperwork, to your subject area coordinator.