Jennice Holm King
I am an Instructional Supervisor in the Master of Arts in Teaching program. I have been a member of the School of Education faculty since 1993. I supervise students in their field placements in school setting in the fall and spring semesters. This includes working with my team in finding appropriate classroom sites and supervising the teaching experiences. I also facilitate professional seminars in the fall and in the spring.
BA, Central Washington University, 1966
Psychology, Sociology, Education
MA, University of Northern Colorado, 1977
Affective Education: Social, Moral, and Cultural
MEd, University of Puget Sound, 1993
The courses that I teach in the MAT program are:
Education 614 (fall)
Professional Issues Seminar
Education 622 (spring)
Supervision of Student Teachers
Education 623 (spring)
Professional Issues Seminar, which includes a section on Differentiation and Documenting Student Learning.
Public School Experience
Grades 4-6 in Seattle, Peninsula, and Bethel school districts in Washington.
Grades 5 and 6 in Cherry Creek School District in Denver, Colorado;
Grade 6 at the Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, California.
Curriculum Development Coordinator K-6,The Buckley School, Sherman Oaks, California.
Grades 7-9, junior high English and math in the University Place School District
Grades 10-11, high school English in the University Place School District.