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Jan 28, 2021

Panhandle State Communications

Panhandle State Education Students Start Student Teaching This Spring

The College of Arts and Education at Oklahoma Panhandle State University is excited for the Spring 2021 student teachers. These students will be teaching in Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado.

Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Brad Duren stated, “The Teacher Education department at OPSU plays an essential role in providing competent, caring, and committed professional educators to schools throughout the region. This group of student interns represent those standards well, and I am confident they will excel in their student teaching experiences. Their commitment to their craft is a reflection of our outstanding Teacher Education faculty, who model standards of excellence in all they do.”

The student teachers for this semester include Katie Winters, Elementary Education, interning at Texhoma, TX; Lara Allen, Agriculture Education, interning at Stratford, TX; Regan Morlan, Agriculture Education, interning at Cheraw, CO; Kaylee Johnson, Elementary Education, interning at Guymon, OK; Samantha Manuel, Elementary Education, interning at Walsh, CO; Kali Kenny, health and physical education, interning at Stratford, TX; Hadly McCormick, Agriculture Education, interning at Stratford, TX; and Braiden Galla, health and physical education, interning at Canadian, TX.

Interim Director of Teacher Education and Assistant Professor, Shelly Worm commented, “It’s an exciting time for our student interns to be in the classroom! They now get the chance to put theory into practice under the guidance of their highly qualified and competent cooperating teacher! They will face experiences and challenges that allow them to spread their wings and fly. We are proud of all our interns and feel that they have been prepared to meet the high demands of today’s teaching experiences!”

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