Welcome to the Office of Licensure and Field Services Web Page for Cooperating Teachers, Counseling Site Supervisors, and University Supervisors. Here you will find guidelines and resources for helping teacher candidates and school counselor meet the benchmarks they will need in order to apply for a preliminary teaching or counseling license..
The OSU College of Education is using the online tool, TaskStream, for tracking assessments. All assessments will be entered by university supervisors and cooperating teachers to TaskStream. However, if you would like to have access to paper copies of the assessments, you may print from any of the links below. If you use a paper form during the assessment, you will then upload the scores to TaskStream. If you have not received your TaskStream login, please contact Kristin Kinman (email@example.com).
|Documents (Double Degree and MS)|
|Formal Observation Form||Team Evaluation||Dispositions Survey|
This list is intended to be used as a tool by school/district administrators when selecting cooperating teachers. This list is not intended to exclude teachers from becoming a cooperating teacher, but ideally, cooperating teachers will possess many of the qualities outlined on this list. View the cooperating teacher qualities.
The teacher licensure program handbooks are excellent resources that provide additional information regarding each of the licensure programs.
|Physical Education||Agricultural Education|
There are some common threads across our initial teacher licensure programs. All of our students are required to be formally observed at least four times during their 15 weeks of student teaching. University supervisor expectations vary across programs; please review the appropriate Teacher Licensure Program Handbook for additional details. School counseling students who do not have a teaching license must be observed three times in a classroom setting.
Please help us to maintain our accreditation database by filling out the Cooperating Teacher Information Sheet, Counseling Site Supervisor Information Sheet, or the University Supervisor information Sheet as they pertain to you.
When traveling on official university business, university supervisors may request reimbursement of travel expenses by submitting a mileage reimbursement log. Requests for reimbursement must be submitted for payment within 60 days of incurring the cost, or at the conclusion of the travel, during which the expenditure was made in the appropriate fiscal year of the expense. Submitting reimbursement requests within 60 days ensures OSU's compliance with IRS rules that enables travel reimbursements to not be taxable.
Supervisors will be reimbursed within a 25-mile radius (Corvallis, Albany, Lebanon, and Philomath) for up to $50 per student per term. For example, if a supervisor visits five local students the maximum reimbursement is $250 per term. Please note that there is now a “not to exceed” (NTE) amount of $50 per student per term. Site visits beyond a 25-mile radius (one-way) will also be reimbursed on a case-by-case basis, and must be pre-approved. Mileage beyond the 25-mile radius will still be calculated using the university mileage chart.
University supervisors wishing to receive reimbursement for travel miles need to submit a mileage reimbursement log to Nell O'Malley within 60 days of incurring costs. When submitting, please allow enough time for processing, as the College of Education forwards the request to the Arts & Sciences Business Center (ASBC) within the 60-day period.
For more information about placements and protocols for being a cooperating teacher, counseling site supervisor or university supervisor, please contact:
For more information about our programs on the Cascades Campus, please contact:
2600 NW College Way, CSB 214
For information about accreditation, field supervision and Licensure protocols, please contact:
Nell O’Malley, Director, Education Licensure
104G Furman Hall