TEL 397 - Laboratory Instruction Practicum
This course is the study and application of the latest technology education concepts for the cooperative planning, organizing, and implementing of technical content in a laboratory instructional facility. This course may be taken two times in two different laboratory experiences or one time in combination with the TEL 396 laboratory management practicum.
Prerequisite: Students will be allowed to participate as a laboratory instruction assistant in those courses they have successfully completed with a grade of “B” or better or in those laboratory courses in which they demonstrate ability based on self-employment, military training, or industrial experiences. Students may not register for laboratory instruction practicum credit if they are being paid through either work study or temporary service. Total enrollment per semester will depend upon the number of students who decide to participate in the laboratory instruction experience. This requirement will not be programmed as a prerequisite, but will be verified by the department for students who wish to register for this course.