APA (American Psychological Association) style is most commonly used to cite sources within the social sciences, to include the field of education. The Drury School of Education and Child Development requires use of APA formatting in all undergraduate and graduate courses. All education students are expected to follow the most current APA guidelines as presented by the Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab).
Important Forms and Links
The following provides support for Drury University cooperating teachers who work with EDUC 201 Practicum Students and Student Teachers.
Cooperating teachers should log on to Watermark, and fill in the forms listed below.
Cooperating teachers working with EDUC 201 Practicum students will complete the following forms:
Cooperating teachers working with student teachers will complete the following forms:
Thank you for your willingness to assist Drury University in the preparation of our pre-service teachers.
The Community Advisory Board to Education meets each semester to discuss the initiatives of the School of Education and Child Development. Members of the Springfield community and beyond meet to collaborate and share insights on education on behalf of the children and youth in our community. Meetings take place each fall and spring.