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  • Welcome to Your Internship Washington State University Puyallup 2014-15
  • What is an internship?
  • An internship is . . .  Opportunity to work closely with one or more individuals in the position to which you aspire  Capstone of the program  Opportunity to put theory (course work knowledge and skills) into action  Opportunity to “learn the work” in a safe environment— management and leadership  Opportunity to gain confidence in your ability to “do the work” and to “see yourself doing the work”
  •  Opportunity to network with other professionals— networking and sponsorship  Opportunity to reflect on the role and the work  Opportunity to clarify if “this work” is the right work for you  Opportunity to better figure out how to balance your life (personal, professional, and internship)  CONFIDENTIALITY
  • Interns 2014-15 (11) Jim Ball (MTV) Track Frank (SPI) Emily Ross (KAR) Carly Takata (SUN) Julie Schlumpf (WIL) Kassie Swensen (Renton) Thomas Caudle (Bethel) Renee Froembling (SAMI) Ben Riippi (KJH) Henry Smith (WHS) Lisa Kusche (ERHS)
  • Definition of Terms and Contacts  Mentor—school district supervisor (usually a principal)  Supervisor—WSUP faculty  Glenn Malone (Program Coordinator)  Tim Yeomans  Chyrs Sweeting  Ailene Baxter  Amy Eveskcige  Academic Coordinator—Molly Burns (molly.burns@vancouver.wsu.edu)  Washington State Standards based on ISSLC Standards
  • Program Handbook 2014-15 Collection of Evidence (COE)  The program handbook for 2014-15 is being edited and revised as needed. (you have the 2013-14 version)  The handbook is intended to have the information you need for your internship, including forms, rubrics, etc.  You will be sent a revised handbook when it is ready for distribution—(soon, hopefully).
  • Topics to Review  Reflections (see next slide)  Log  ISLLC Self-Inventory  Learning Environment Profile  Seminar Calendar (Mondays)  Site Visits  Mock Interview
  • Reflections  a. Discuss what you are doing  b. Discuss what you are learning (successes, challenges, do differently) and how it is informing your leadership  c. “I used to think . . . Now I think”  d. What questions are you asking?  NOTE:  a. Required title for reflections: RE: Kusche Reflection #1  (16 reflections for the year—eight per semester)  b. Send reflections to both your university supervisor & Glenn
  • To Do  Register for EDAD 590 (2credits)  Complete “Standards Self-Inventory,” review Standards Self-Inventory with mentor, begin to identify (draft) possible projects (one for each of the state standards)  (data, school improvement plan, aligns with WCEAP suggested products, connects with state standards)  Begin work on Learning Environment Profile (LEP)  Join AWSP--internship membership
  •  Register for Welcome to Your Internship—July 21 @ ESD, Tumwater  Meet with your mentor to determine when to report in August; plan on August 1 Put my cell phone number in your directory: 253-318-6793 GET ORGANIZED!!
  • September 8th Seminar @ SAMI All Seminars will go from 5:15 – 7:00pm 9/8 – Froembling @ SAMI 10/13 – Ross @ Karshner 11/10 – Schlumpf @ Wildwood 12/8 – Riippi @ Kalles 1/12 – Smith @ Walker 2/9 – Frank @ Spinning 3/9 – Kassie @ Renton 4/13 – Caudle @ Skills Center 5/11 Takata @ Sunrise
  • Experiences and Tasks  Internship Experiences  Take-away and item to share  Review Tasks in Progress or Completed (review in handbook)  Pre (and Post) Inventory  Learning Environment Profile  Reflective Journal  Internship Log  Draft of Plan of Work for Internship (WCEAP Projects)  Clinical Observations  New State Standards (effective August 31, 2013)
  • New State Standards (effective November, 2013)  Principal and Program Administrators Benchmarks  Definitions  Residency Certificate  Standard 5 Rubric: Knowledge and Skills
  • Intern Supervision  Intern Supervisors Tim ~ Kassie & Thomas Chyrs ~ Julie & Lisa Amy ~ Emily & Renee Ailene ~ Henry & Ben Glenn ~ Jim, Tracy & Carly
  • Workshops and Conferences  AWSP Welcome to Your Internship – July 21, 2014 @ ESD 113 Tumwater  WEC Washington Educators’ Conference—October 19 & 20 @ Doubletree/Tukwila  AWSP Building a Foundation for Success—October 7, January 20, and March 10 @ City University/Renton  WERA Assessment December 10-12 @ Hilton Seattle Airport Conference Center