106 Teaching: Ph.D. Handbook
Guided educational opportunities are developed for Session IV and/or Session V based on individual learning needs, talents, interests, and career objectives, in which students develop a laboratory for teaching, whether it be classroom teaching, supervision, field advising, or consultation. Students explore the possibilities with their instructor in the Session III education course, and with their FFAs and the director of the Ph.D. program. Students interested in classroom teaching may be able to arrange their third summer schedule to include a supervised experience in classroom teaching. This is dependent upon whether opportunities are available at the School that correspond to the student's qualifications. Interested students should consult with the director of the Ph.D. program.