No, students should expect to spend the equivalent of 2 full days (7:30 – 3:00) in their assigned classroom the first year. Schedules vary between cohorts and partner schools. The second year are full-time experiences. MEdT candidates are expected to follow the Hawaii DOE school calendar and keep the hours of full-time teachers (7:30 – 3:00pm). Seminar courses and professional specialization electives must also be completed in addition to the field work. These courses will be offered in the evenings (4:30-7:00pm) for the statewide distance cohort and may also be offered during the day for the face-to-face cohort.