Office of Student Services

Field Resources

The JHCOE partners with PreK-12 school administrators to provide quality experiences for student candidates. Placements afford candidates the chance to showcase their knowledge and pedagogical skills in classroom environments with experienced teachers. Below you will find helpful resources for each stakeholder in the field experience process.


Mentor teachers play a pivotal role in cultivating the next generation of educators and
act as interpreters for the policies and procedures of the school district, school, and classroom. Mentor teachers are asked to review materials and equipment available for planning and provide ongoing feedback to candidates. Mentor teachers complete observations and evaluations based on the candidate's program through Anthology, the College of Education's assessment system.  More information is emailed once placements are confirmed.   

Qualifications

Education: Bachelor of Education degree in an area relevant to the candidate’s subject matter and grade band 

Licensure: Educator license in an area relevant to the candidate’s subject matter and grade band 

Teaching Experience: Three years in Ohio or four years in Michigan of teaching in an area relevant to the candidate’s subject matter and grade band. 

Through feedback, observations, and evaluations, supervisors offer experience and objective perspectives on the effectiveness of planning, instruction, assessment, and the classroom environment.

Qualifications

  • Education: Master’s degree in an area relevant to the candidate’s subject matter and grade band 
  • Licensure: Educator license in an area relevant to the candidate’s subject matter and grade band 
  • Teaching Experience: Three years teaching in an area relevant to the candidate’s subject matter and grade band

Interested in partnering with us?  

Contact us at jhcoefield@utoledo.edu


The JHCOE uses Anthology, a digital portfolio system, to assess student performance based on professional standards within a field experience. The student, mentor teacher, and field supervisor use the platform in various ways: tracking hours, conducting and viewing observations and evaluations, and completing surveys and assessments.

Confirmation emails from Anthology are sent to all stakeholders once field placements are arranged.

Mentor Teachers should save the original email as it has links to helpful resources designed to help you navigate the Anthology platform and conduct field observations and other assessments.

Should you require additional support, please don't hesitate to contact us:

Carver Center Help Desk
carvercenter@utoledo.edu
419.530.2454


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Last Updated: 5/24/24