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Would you like to become a mentor teacher for Georgia State University?

Georgia State University has initial teacher education programs in various fields. If you are interested in becoming a mentor teacher for Georgia State, please submit an email stating your interest to the Office of Field Placements at fieldplacements@gsu.edu with your current teaching position (school, county and content field) and your contact information. We will forward your information to the Georgia State program faculty.

Requirements:

Mentor teachers are current certified teachers who allow Georgia State student interns to complete their field placements in their classroom during the fall and/or spring semester. The mentor teacher is a valued member of the education community, as they are expected to assist in scaffolding and shaping future educators.

Recommended qualifications include:

  • Current certified teacher employed and teaching in their own classroom.
  • Minimum of three years of teaching experience.
  • Willingness to mentor, collaborate with and assist a pre-service teacher as they assume additional responsibilities in the classroom.

Listed below are the initial teacher education programs at GSU:

Birth through Five (B-5)

Early Childhood and Elementary Education (K-5)

Middle Level Education (4-8)

Middle and Secondary Education (6-12 in English, Math, Science and Social Studies)

English for Speakers of Other Languages (E.S.O.L.) (K-12)

Special Education (K-12)

Art Education (K-12)

Health and Physical Education (K-12)

Speech-Language Pathology (K-12)

Deaf Education (K-12)

World Languages & CulturesTeacher Certification

Music Education (K-12)

Trade and Industrial Education (K-12)