Whether you’re a high school student, graduate student, international student, nontraditional student or military service member, now’s your chance to discover CMU and put your stamp on the world. More...
Ask us! We’re here to help. You’ll find mountains of info online plus email addresses and phone numbers if you need to connect with a human. More...
CMU is a diverse and dynamic intellectual community. Make yourself at home, starting with this gateway to campus resources and services for faculty and staff. More...
Welcome to your home for everything maroon and gold. The CMU Alumni Association brings Chippewas together through social media and at events across the country. Catch the Central spirit here. More...
Find out how parents and family can immerse themselves in Central’s culture, activities and events, and discover how we support you and your student. More...
We thank you — a member of our local or regional community — for your support and partnership. Come visit. Come be a part of it all. We’re here to serve you, too. More...
When a problem persists, an Action Plan may be developed. Prior to developing a written Action Plan, the University Coordinator or Cooperating Teacher may:
If needed, a written Action Plan may be
initiated. The development of an Action
Plan includes the following steps:
the need for an Action Plan to the designated CCE Point of Contact (Pre-Student
Teaching or Student Teaching), enlisting support and guidance as necessary, and
sharing history of the issue and previous interventions, if any.
2. Develop a
written Action Plan with the Teacher Candidate and Cooperating Teacher
identifying the concern, the goal for improvement, and action steps needed to
achieve the stated goal. The Action Plan is a standardized CCE form.
3. Submit a
signed Action Plan to The Center for Clinical Experiences, and provide copies
of the signed plan to the Cooperating Teacher, Teacher Candidate, and designated
CCE Point of Contact (Pre-Student Teaching or Student Teaching).
4. Evaluate the
Teacher Candidate’s progress by documenting actions taken and noting whether
the goal has or has not been completed.
Teacher Candidates who have a valid concern relating to their placement
or evaluation by their University.