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Professor Daniel Stein
(516) 826-2867
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Website: touroweb.webhop.org
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Welcome to Touro Field Experience and Practicum
with Professor Daniel Stein
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Please contact me ASAP if you have class at this time so that an
alternate time can be arranged.
YOU are NOT permitted to ask to be excused from a class to attend this meeting.

A mandatory group meeting will be held on
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
8:00-9:00pm
Concourse Level
(this meeting is for Field Exp.- Practicum Students can attend with permission or if invited by Prof. Stein)
Practicum students not invited to the first meeting can attend Tuesday, 1/29/2013 (same time and location)
Note that parking is difficult, so allow sufficient time.
It will be best to come via public transportation (information below)

Touro College
71-02 113th Street, Forest Hills, NY 11375
Map Showing Forest Hills Location - NYC Transit Map - Virtual Transit Map
The closest subway station is Forest Hills, 71st and Continental (North Side), exit front of train
This is an express station for E and F trains.

IMPORTANT: All students are asked to complete the Student Teaching Information Formafter the First Group meeting.

View/Download your Field Experience or Practicum Guide

IMPORTANT: We need to know that you will attend this meeting.
Please Email your professor with a subject line:"Last Name - Course Number
- WILL ATTEND"
If it is impossible to attend this meeting, contact your professor IMMEDIATELY
Prof. Stein 516-826-2867
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Field Experience and Practicum Students are asked to write a paper.
Please enter the Bibliography Form
Title of your paper

You may wish to use NOVEL NY to search for articles (use your NYS Driver's License)
You may wish to use the Touro Virtual Library
2 citations in APA format
(you may wish to use the online resource knightcite)
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Professor Stein's students were asked to complete an ONLINE form with student information.
If you have not yet completed the online student information form please do so now 6246studentinfo

Note: Professor Stein's students should look up their class "zz" number on the

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Please bring your course guide a pencil a yellow highlighter and a note pad

 

See the Agenda Below

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Agenda
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  • Meet and Greet

  • Review of the Touro Field Experience and Practicum Guides

  • Samples of Exemplary coursework portfolios

  • Explanation and discussion of course requirements - Please do the following:

  •          Students are asked to highlight all course requirements in their course guide

  •          Students are asked to create a list of their course requirements

  •          If possible create a Word document of your course requirements
    Professor Stein's students are asked to look up their "z" number on the students page of touroweb.webhop.org.
    It is wise to create a special folder for your course in MY Documents
    Student  123zz694 should save all files in a folder 123zz694.
    Each filename should start with 123zz694. In this way it can easily be searched.

  • Write down the emails and telephone numbers of 3 classmates in the same or similar courses.

  • Many forms are available online - Link

  • Request a school visit  1- complete the Request a Visit form on touroweb.webhop.org then email Prof Stein
    Subject Line should be 8 character zz number- your name - Request Visit Form completed

  • Questions and Answers

IMPORTANT: Please bring:

  • Your Field Experience and Practicum Guide, a yellow highlighter a pencil and paper

Online resources which may assist Field Experience and Practicum students:

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For problems or questions regarding this Web site contact Professor Stein.
Last updated: 12/09/12.