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Important Notice

Educational Practice

For those who wish to obtain a first-class junior high school teacher’s license (hereinafter referred to as “junior high school license”), 4 credits (120 hours, at least 15 days for a period of 3 to 4 weeks) of practical training must be completed; for those who wish to obtain a first-class high school teacher’s license (hereinafter referred to as “high school license”), 2 credits (60 hours, for a period of 2 weeks) of practical training must be completed.

Even if you are obtaining licenses in more than one subject, you may only have one subject for practical training.

When taking an educational training course, the following procedures are generally required.
(Excluding the teaching practice mainly conducted by students in the Teacher Training Course of the Faculty of Education at schools affiliated with the Faculty of Education)

Schedule of Educational Practice

Students of law, literature, education, science, and engineering

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Middle/Late April

Students of law, literature, science, and engineering

Attend the orientation for the educational practice to be conducted in the next academic year and receive the “Application for Educational Practice”.

Briefing Contents
  • (How to fill out the “Application for Educational Practicum,” request for informal consent for educational practice from the practicum school, schedule for informal consent request, educational practice, and post-education guidance, etc.)
  • Educational training at the affiliated high school (outline of the affiliated high school, period of training, subjects to be accepted, etc.)

Students of law, literature, science, and engineering are required to receive teaching practice at their home junior high school, home high school, or high school affiliated with Ehime University.

Education students (who will be doing educational training at their home school)

Attendance at the above briefing is not required, but please pick up the “Application for Educational Practice” and other materials distributed to you.

Students of law, literature, education, science, and engineering

Each student will decide on his/her own which school he/she plans to receive educational training (home junior high school, home high school, or affiliated high school (excluding the Faculty of Education)). If you plan to receive practical training at your home school, please contact the school where you plan to receive practical training and obtain their informal consent. (If you wish to receive educational training at an affiliated high school, you do not need to contact the school.)

Each student should call the school (junior high school or high school) where the internship is planned and ask to be accepted for the educational internship. Tell the school that you will bring a formal letter of informal acceptance request at a later date, and obtain their assurance of informal acceptance by phone. At that time, please confirm that you are available for 120 hours of practical training over 3 or 4 weeks (15 days or more), as 4 credits are required for those who wish to obtain a junior high school license.
*If you are unable to obtain informal consent or are instructed that there is a designated form (procedure), please come to the Education Center Office (Student Service Station on the first floor of the Library) for consultation.

Mid-April to mid-May

Please submit the “Application for Educational Practice” to the Education Center Office.

Submission deadlines are late April for affiliated high schools and mid-May for home schools.

Note on submitting the “Application for Educational Practice
  • Contact the school where the internship is planned and obtain verbal informal consent. (Not required if the school of interest is an affiliated high school.)
  • Check each faculty’s educational training course requirements in the course guide.
  • The applicant must have a clear intention to become a teacher.
  • Since the educational training period and the job hunting period overlap, please give careful consideration when submitting the “Application for Educational Training Course”.

If the number of applicants for practical training at an affiliated high school exceeds the number of students scheduled to be accepted, students will be selected for enrollment after screening. If you are not selected, you will receive practical training at your home school. If you are accepted to an affiliated high school, you do not need to informally accept the offer on your own.

Middle/Late June

Attend the guidance and receive the documents related to the informal consent for educational practice.

July – September

Please bring your own documents to the school where you plan to practice during the summer break.
Each student will receive a letter of informal agreement from the school where the internship is scheduled.

October

Submit a letter of informal consent from the school where the student is to receive practical training, documents confirming that the student has measles antibodies, and the “Educational Training Pledge” to the relevant department office. All prospective trainees must have measles antibodies. Please submit documents confirming that you have antibodies or have been vaccinated against measles. Details will be provided at the guidance. Those in the Faculty of Education do not need to submit documents related to antibodies, as they will submit them to the Education Support Section, Faculty of Education Team in the year of admission (freshman year).

If you will be doing educational training at more than one school, you will need to submit the “Educational Training Pledge” for each school you will be practicing at.

February

The School of Education will provide advance guidance. (Scheduled)

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April

Be sure to undergo periodic health checkups.

The university will send the educational training request documents, etc. (including the medical certificate) to each training school.
Please attend the guidance (immediately before). You will be given a logbook and other materials.

April – early May

The Faculty of Law and Letters, the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Science, and the Faculty of Engineering provide advance guidance.

May-June or September

Students will complete an educational internship.

After completion of teaching practice

Please submit your educational training journal to the respective faculty team in the Educational Support Section (Student Service Station on the first floor of the Library).
Post-guidance will be offered by each department.

Students of the Faculty of Agriculture

junior

Middle/Late April

*Educational training will be conducted at the student’s home school or a high school affiliated with Ehime University. Students will decide on their own which school (junior high school, high school, or high school affiliated with Ehime University) they plan to receive educational training at.

If you wish to receive teaching practice at an affiliated high school, a briefing session on teaching practice at the affiliated high school (held at the Johoku Campus. Attend the briefing (held at Johoku Campus, which includes an overview of the attached high school, the period of practical training, and subjects to be covered), and submit the “Application for Educational Training (at the attached high school)” to the Student Affairs Team, Faculty of Agriculture (Tarumi Campus) by the end of April. (Submission deadline is strictly observed.)

If the number of applicants for practical training at an affiliated high school exceeds the number of students scheduled to be accepted, students will be selected for enrollment after screening. If you are not selected, you will receive practical training at your home school.

If you are accepted for an educational internship at an affiliated high school, you do not need to informally accept the offer on an individual basis.

May

If you wish to receive educational training at your home school, attend the guidance for educational training and receive an “Application for Educational Training”.
Students will decide on their own which school they plan to receive educational training (their home junior high school or home high school). If you plan to receive practical training at your home school, please contact the school where you plan to receive practical training and obtain their informal consent.

Each student should call the school (junior high school or high school) where the internship is planned and ask to be accepted for the educational internship. Tell the school that you will bring a formal letter of informal acceptance request at a later date, and obtain their assurance of informal acceptance by phone. At that time, please confirm that you are available for 120 hours of practical training over 3 or 4 weeks (15 days or more), as 4 credits are required for those who wish to obtain a junior high school license.
*If you are unable to obtain informal consent or are instructed that there is a designated form (procedure), please come to the Faculty of Agriculture Academic Affairs Team for consultation.

Once you have received verbal informal consent, please submit the “Application for Educational Practice” to the Academic Affairs Team of the Faculty of Agriculture.

Note on submitting the “Application for Educational Practice

  • Contact the school where the internship is planned and obtain verbal informal consent. (Not required if the school of interest is an affiliated high school.)
  • Please check the “Course Guide” for the educational training requirements.
  • The applicant must have a clear intention to become a teacher.

Since the educational training period and the job hunting period overlap, please give careful consideration when submitting the “Application for Educational Training Course”.
Please bring your own documents to the school where you plan to practice during the summer break.

July – September

Please bring your own documents to the school where you plan to practice during the summer break.
Each student will receive a letter of informal agreement from the school where the internship is scheduled.

October

Submit a letter of informal consent from the school where the internship is to be conducted, documentation confirming the presence of measles antibodies, and the “Educational Practicum Pledge” to the Academic Affairs Team of the Faculty of Agriculture. All prospective trainees must have measles antibodies. Please take a measles antibody test and submit documents confirming the presence of antibodies. (If the test results show that you do not have antibodies, you must be vaccinated against measles and submit documentation that you have been vaccinated.

If you will be doing educational training at more than one school, you will need to submit the “Educational Training Pledge” for each school you will be practicing at.

senior

April

Be sure to undergo periodic health checkups.
The university will send the educational training request documents, etc. (including the medical certificate) to each training school.

April – early May

Attend advance instruction.
Attend the guidance (last minute guidance). You will be given a logbook and other materials.

May-June or September

Students will complete an educational internship.

After completion of teaching practice

Please submit your teaching practice log to the Academic Affairs Team of the Faculty of Agriculture.
Attend the post-guidance.