Opportunities & Resources


DSU's School of Education is nationally accredited. In order to demonstrate accreditation requirements, the school must provide evidence that all candidates meet basic competencies in their fields of study. This is accomplished, in part, through various signature assignments, portfolio review, and satisfactory completion of field experiences—all of which are documented in the Anthology online system. Teacher Education students will purchase a Anthology subscription upon their admission to the program and use it through program completion.

Anthology subscriptions can be purchased through the DSU Bookstore.

Should you need additional assistance, please either contact the School of Education or visit the Anthology online support center.

Early Field Experiences

Templates for Lesson Implementation in the Field

Lesson Rubrics

Phonics Skills

You also have available, at no cost, an online workshop for you to learn and practice phonics skills. The Reading Horizons Online Workshop can be accessed via this link.

Professional Development

EDUC 2000 - Supervision of Student Teachers

The School of Education also offers EDUC 2000 - Supervision of Student Teachers. The state of North Dakota requires that pre-service teachers (student teachers) be placed with cooperating teachers who have completed a course in Supervision of Student Teachers. We offer this self-paced course online on a semester schedule. To check course availability, visit the registration page

Teaching-Related Opportunities

  • RASP
  • Badlands Human Service Center
  • DSU Planetarium
  • Ramapo for Children
  • Teaching Abroad
  • Sylvan Tutoring
  • Summer Camp, Dawson
  • Sunrise Youth Bureau
  • Youth Educator – Involves traveling to schools and teaching about things like alcohol/tobacco. It requires a four-year degree, has full health benefits, and is fulltime all year round (8 a.m.-5 p.m., $16-$17/hour). Contact: Holly Praus at 701-483-9498 or sunriseholly@yahoo.com.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • DSU Science Days