Clinical Journals

Journaling has a critical role to play as you move through your clinical experiences.   Journaling provides opportunities for you to reflect; it is not a repository for minute-to-minute recording of incidents.  Further, journaling promotes your ability to reflect on your experiences in and out of the P – 12 classroom, and to share your impressions of the events in which you engage with faculty who are entrusted with your guidance and supervision. 

Following the weekly prompts, submit your journal entries to your clinical supervisor by e-mail.  Your clinical supervisor will share when they expect your journals each week.

Clinical Experience (Practicum) Journal Prompts
Clinical Practice (Student Teaching) Journal Prompts

MAT Journal Prompts
Clinical Practice I (fall)
Clinical Practice II (spring)