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Requirements for Maintaining and Submitting Internship Logs

Module by: David Parks. E-mail the author

Summary: This module is authored by David Parks from Virginia Tech and edited by Theodore Creighton, Laura Farmer, and Corrine Sackett.

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This module has been peer-reviewed, accepted, and sanctioned by the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) as a scholarly contribution to the knowledge base in education administration. In addition to publication in the Connexions Content Commons, this module is part of a larger published Collection entitled Guidelines for Interns, Mentors, and Home School Principals, 2009-2011, and is also published in the International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation.

Requirements for Maintaining and Submitting Internship Logs

1. Keep the log in a single file on a flash drive with a backup file in a different location. Label the file “Lastname Internship Log 2009-2011.” (You will be asked to submit your log from time to time for review. This will be done through via email attachment.)

2. Create an “Index Page” similar to the one at the beginning of this file. Link the sections of the “Index Page” to the appropriate sections of the log.

3. Order the material in the file as follows:

  1. The “Index Page” with links to sections of the log.
  2. A copy of your completed and signed “Internship Contract.” Scan it.
  3. The objectives (all of them) for the internship.
  4. A completed Interim Report for the Internship. Include all hours from the beginning of the internship to the date the log is submitted.
  5. Evidence tables with dates, times, activities, reflections, learning, and readings organized by objective and linked to the numbers of the objectives in your “Interim Report Form for the Internship.” Label each table with the number and a shortened title of the objective, and order the tables by the numbers of the objectives. Scan, append, and link any related documents and copies of papers or projects you prepared as evidence of meeting the objective. Include all objectives and activities from the beginning of the internship to the date the log is submitted. See the Interim Report Form for the Internship for details on linking the numbers of objectives with their corresponding evidence tables. The format for evidence tables follows (You may copy and paste it to set up your log.):

Objective 1. School or district profile. (Be sure to include enough of the objective so that it is clearly understandable.)

NPBEA/ELCC Standard being assessed:

Table 1
Date Time started Time ended Number of hours Description of activities
         
         
Reflections and learning  
Reading(s) Include how the reading helped you to achieve the objective. Use the APA style for recording the full reference.

4. Include at least one carefully selected reading directly related to the achievement of each objective. Comment on how the content helped you to achieve the objective. Record the reference to the reading using APA style [American Psychological Association. (2001). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). Washington, DC: Author].

5. Arrange a conference with your mentor and faculty clinical director when requested. Bring the flash drive with the log and any necessary electronic equipment (e.g., laptop, LCD projector) to the meeting. If needed electronic equipment isn’t available for the meeting, bring paper copies of relevant information.

6. Submit the log for review to your mentor or faculty clinical director at least three days before the conference or when requested.

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