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Future Teacher

By Staff, 03/9/18 5:38 PM

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Hope High School “Orientation to Teaching” student Ne’Asia Davis put her skills to practical application during a nine-week assignment in Robin Bobo’s second grade class at Clinton Primary school. Orientation to Teaching instructor Terri Hoglund said first year teaching students must complete 45 hours of classroom observations and second year students extend that to 60 hours. The class, which is part of the concurrent credit program at HHS through the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana, leads to a paraprofessional assessment certification which qualifies the student to work as a classroom paraprofessional in the Hope Public Schools while completing a teaching degree. – Hope Public Schools