Cooperating Teachers

Thank you for agreeing to host a UW-Green Bay Student Teacher! Below you will find links and resources that will assist you in your role as a UWGB Cooperating Teacher.

Preparation Materials

Prior to your scheduled placement, the UWGB Student Teaching Coordinator will email, and mail via USPS, a detailed letter containing specific placement information along with the evaluation materials and process. For further information, please reference the Cooperating Teacher Handbook below.

Evaluation Materials: 
Cooperating Teachers are asked to complete two formal evaluations on his or her student teacher for every nine-week placement followed by a conference with the student teacher. Upon completion of the placement, cooperating teachers are also asked to complete a licensure recommendation form. There are various options for submitting these evaluations and recommendations to the student teaching coordinator which are highlighted below.
Electronic Submission
The following links will take you to an electronic form version of the evaluation and recommendation form. Once the form is submitted via the green submission button, the student teaching coordinator will automatically receive the evaluation, and the cooperating teacher will be emailed a copy. Please forward a copy to your student teacher for as well.
Paper Submission
The following links will provide you with Word Documents or PDFs of the evaluation and recommendation form. Cooperating teachers may either print the forms and fill out using pen, or can type into the form. Once completed, the evaluation may either be emailed to the student teaching coordinator at or mailed via the USPS to : Education Office UWGB, Attn: Jamie Froh Tyrrell, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311

edTPA Resources
During the student teaching semester, your student teacher may be completing the edTPA assessment which is required for Wisconsin Teacher Licensure. The following links are provided for cooperating teachers to learn more about this assessment and how one might assist a student teacher through the edTPA process.