How to Use Adobe Acrobat Forms
If you have the free, basic Adobe Acrobat Reader, you will be able to save any information that you type into these forms.
- Right click on the link for the document that you would like to download. Note: If you left click, or if you cannot right click (Mac users), and the document opens in your Internet browser, you can complete, save and print the form. You can save the blank form.
- Choose “Save As” (in Netscape) or “Save Target As” (in Internet Explorer).
- Browse to the location on your computer where you would like to save the file and click “Save.” This will save the blank form. It is very important that you remember where you have saved your file.
- Open Acrobat Reader. Go to File>Open, browse to the location of the saved file, choose the file and click “Open.”
- Complete all the required fields on the form, proofread the form several times and print the required number of copies.
- With the free version of Acrobat Reader you can save the completed form, but if you want to save the blank form for future use, go to File>Save As and save the completed form with a new title. Otherwise, go to File>Save and save the form.
Note: All forms can still be printed blank and completed by hand. However, pages six, seven and eight must be typed. Be sure to provide the required number of copies. It is recommended that you also print a copy for yourself.
If you don’t already have a newer version of Acrobat Reader, a free download of Acrobat Reader is available online.
You must have Acrobat Reader before trying to use any of these forms.
Student Teaching Forms [PDF]
Be sure you have read the directions above before proceeding.
An official email will be sent with a link to submit the Midterm/Final.
(Please note that the printable midterm and final forms below are for your personal use - please do not submit)
- Evaluation of Single Teaching Experience
The IPFW College of Education and Public Policy and the Office of Student Teaching shall not be responsible for any damages of any kind arising out of or related to the use, or misuse, of these forms.