Welcome to the Office of Field Experiences

The responsibility of the Office of Field Experiences is to provide quality field experiences for students enrolled in the teacher education program at UWSP. These experiences involve our students and instructors in practical activities with cooperating teachers and administrators in actual schools and educational agencies.

UWSP Office of Field Experiences policies are described in the current UWSP Catalog and are approved by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

 

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<DIV id='eventList'>:: October 13 @ 7:00 PM<br /><DIV><a href='http://www.eventbrite.com/e/point-in-common-community-speaker-series-unplugged-harry-brighouse-at-sentry-theater-registration-12816922761'>Point in Common: Why do we Educate? (Harry Brighouse)<br/>Sentry Theater</a> </DIV> <DIV><a href='http://www.eventbrite.com/e/point-in-common-community-speaker-series-unplugged-harry-brighouse-at-sentry-theater-registration-12816922761' target='_blank'>Free Registration</a> </DIV></DIV>
 

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Point in Common Community Speaker
Why do we educate? Author and Professor Harry Brighouse, Ph.D. from UW-Madison will speak at Sentry Theater on Monday, Oct. 13 as part of the free Point in Common Community Speaker Series. Brighouse will share how we should educate children so that they can have a flourishing life, and will contribute to others having flourishing lives.

Education professor, alum lead Hmong culture summer camp 
A summer camp designed to teach Hmong students about their own heritage has doubled in size in two years. Camp Phoojywg-Friend, was created by UW-Stevens Point alum Yauo Yang '08, a social studies teacher at D.C. Everest Middle School, and Maysee Yang Herr, an assistant professor of education.