The Razor’s Edge Shark Teach Scholars Program with a minor in Teacher Leadership is designed for students who are motivated to contribute to the field of education by increasing learner achievement and impacting educational outcomes. Selected scholarship recipients will complete tutor training that follows College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification standards, and serve as a tutor, Supplemental Instruction (SI) leader, or Teaching Assistant. Razor’s Edge Shark Teach participants will either select a Teacher Education major with a Teacher Leadership minor or major in another discipline and minor in Teacher Leadership. To meet the requirements for this 16 credit minor, all students must complete 13 credits from the list of mandatory core courses, and one additional 3 credit course.
*Non-education majors will be required to complete 75 hours of field experiences as part of the minor that will provide them with the Education Professional Training Option (PTO) approved by the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) as an alternative route to teacher certification. During their final semester, non-education majors must take one of the following 3 credit methods courses: SECE 3550, SECE 4350, SECE 4370, or SECE 3530. Prerequisites for the methods courses include all mandatory core courses in the minor.
*Education majors must take SECE 4320. There are no prerequisites for this course.
Award Amount (Fall 2018): $21,000 ($17,000 tuition restricted, $3,500 campus housing, $500 meal plan)
Semester 1: RAZT 1000 Introduction to Teacher Leadership (1 credit)
Semester 2: TLDR 1050: Global Perspectives in Education (3 credits)
Semester 1: RAZT 2000 Leading Student Learning (1 credit)
Semester 2: TLDR 2050: Leading Literacy in Culturally Diverse Classrooms (3 credits)
Semester 1: RAZT 3000 Community of Collective Responsibility (1 credit)
Semester 2: TLDR 3050: Assessment and Data Driven Improvement for Teacher Leaders (3 credits)
Semester 1: RAZT 4000 Current Trends in School Improvement and Assessment (1 credit)
Semester 2: Class Options
SECE 4320: Middle and Secondary Classroom Management (3 credits)
Take one of the following Methods courses:
SECE 3550: Methods of Teaching Middle & Secondary Science (3 credits)
SECE 4350: Methods of Teaching Middle & Secondary Mathematics (3 credits)
SECE 4370: Methods of Teaching Middle & Secondary English (3 credits)
SECE 3530: Methods of Teaching Middle & Secondary Social Studies (3 credits)
Cortney Stein, Associate Director, Tutoring and Testing Center • (954) 262-7902 or email@example.com
Jia Borror, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, Abraham S. Fischler College of Education • (954) 262-8507 or firstname.lastname@example.org