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LindenTeach

LindenTeach

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LindenTeach

LindenTeach is a unique paid internship opportunity for teacher education students to engage in supervised, professional field experiences while growing the professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to effectively teach diverse learners.

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Purpose and Mission Statement

Purpose and Mission Statement

The LindenTeach program is designed to improve the preparation of new teachers, improve the achievement of all students and provide support to buildings experiencing a deficit in substitute teachers.

Purpose and Mission Statement

Program Components

Program Components

Teacher candidates will engage in supervised, professional field experiences and will utilize reflective practices to improve their teaching. The LindenTeach course will support the development of the professional knowledge, skills and disposition of the teacher candidate.

Program Components

Applicant Qualifications

Applicant Qualifications

Do you meet the qualifications to be eligible for the LindenTeach program?

Applicant Qualifications

Application Process

Application Process

Candidates will be notified by Lindenwood that they are approved to apply with the partner school district for the PK-12 internship posting.

Application Process

Partner Districts

Partner Districts

A listing of school districts that partner with the Lindenwood University LindenTeach program.

Partner Districts

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

A collection of LindenTeach frequently asked questions and their answers.

Frequently Asked Questions