Call for Applications for the AUEB Teacher Education Program of the Academic Year 2018-19
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
FOR THE AUEB TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
OF 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF AT LEAST 7TH AND 8TH SEMESTER OF ALL AUEB DEPARTMENTS
Undergraduate students (at least 7th and 8th semesters) of all AUEB Departments who are interested in attending the Teacher Education Program, are called to apply for the Selection Process for the Practical Teaching I at their Departments' Secretariats exclusively from September 1 to September 17, 2018. Candidates will be selected in accordance with the Senate desicion of 18/4/2013.
The number of admissions for the 2018-2019 academic year is set at 64 students.
After this deadline, students will not be able to participate in the assessment process for the Practical Course in Teaching I and II for the 2018-2019 academic year. The application is provided by the Secretariats of the Departments and should be accompanied by a file with the following supporting documents:
- Detailed score and
Two ID cards with a backdrop: name, surname, department and registration number.
The AUEB Teacher Education Program, which started the academical year 2011-2012, focuses on Education Sciences and Teaching Practice. It leads to obtaining a Certificate of Pedagogical and Teaching Competence - Certificate in Education Sciences according to Law 3848/2010 (Government Gazette 689 / Τ.B '/ 26-03-2013 of 39460 / Γ2 / 21-03-2013 Ministerial Decision).
The Curriculum is designed with innovations based on the philosophy and good practices of the Harvard School of Education, Teacher Education Program and Stanford School of Education, Teacher Education Program. It is of one year duration (2 semesters) and consists of the following two modules:
a. Pedagogical competence. It consists, for the two semesters, of a total of eight (8) courses in Education Sciences, 2 hours of weekly teaching per each in conjunction with work carried out in public schools. These courses can be attended by students of all years..
b. Teaching competence. It consists ,for the two semesters, of the lessons "Practical Teaching" PAD I (winter semester) and "Practical Teaching" PAD II (spring semester). The courses are analyzed in a network of theoretical, practical and experiential teaching activities with increasing difficulty in real school environments.
Practical Training in Teaching I and II are only for undergraduate undergraduates (7th, 8th semester) of the AUEB departments and students are only selected by this application. Attendance at Practical Training I and II is mandatory, but attendance at other courses is required and assessed so that the prospective teacher can cultivate the necessary knowledge and competence background.
A key criterion and success factor of both the Program and any future educator is love for education and young people. These virtues as well as other anthropocentric values are sought to be cultivated through innovative experiential adult education methods.
Further information is provided by the Secretariats of the Departments and on the information leaflet.