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Stanley Teacher Prep Interns work full-time in the classroom alongside mentor teachers as an apprentice in schools throughout Denver. Simultaneously, Interns take 225 of instructional classroom hours.
Interns gain an understanding of experience-based developmentally appropriate education. They take on steadily increasing responsibilities as their skills and confidence grow. Intern teachers start the year working with small groups of children and end the year capable of managing the entire class.
With ongoing feedback and support from their mentor teachers and educational advisors, interns participate in all aspects of the teaching process. They learn to differentiate instruction for individual students, and share in celebrating diversity within the classroom.
In September 2015, Stanley Teacher Prep united with the Boettcher Teacher Residency to form Colorado’s largest and most effective residency-based teacher preparation program. The combined residency will bring even more expertise, support and resources to help aspiring teachers thrive. Click here to read the announcement, or download an FAQ.
Recognized as a "clinically-based model of excellence for the reparation of high-quality teachers" by the Colorado Department of Education
225 Instructional Hours
Graduates are qualified to teach in any school, public or private, throughout Colorado
Urban and private school placements
One-year alternative licensing program
Earn an Initial Colorado Teacher's License in either Elementary Education (K-6th Grade) or Early Childhood Education (0-8 years old)
Master's Degree through Adams State University