This program is designed to allow students to provide specialized instruction to English learners in a California classroom. The California Teachers of English Learners (CTEL) Authorization program addresses the belief that teaching English learners requires an understanding of multiple concepts to provide a successful education environment. These topics include grasping first and second language acquisition theories, the dynamics of culture and learning, appropriate bilingual methodology, and the importance of using appropriate content area instruction through Specially-Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE).
This program is approved by California's Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) and meets the standards of the California Teacher of English Learners
Prospective students intending on enrolling in this program, whether online or on campus, must be California residents to do so.
Admission to the program may be achieved by completing the following requirements:
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Physical and Health Impairment Visual Impairment
Initially issued 1976 to September 26, 1997 Communication Handicapped Learning Handicapped Physically Handicapped Visually Handicapped Questions regarding the eligibility of specific credential initially issued 1961 to 1976 should be directed to the Teacher Accreditation Department at 949-341-9899.
Satisfactorily fulfillgraduate admissions requirements for Brandman University.
If using Option Two in the graduate admissions requirements, have a grade point average between 2.75 and 2.99 in the last 30 graded semester credits (45 quarter units) in either a baccalaureate or post baccalaureate program including credits earned toward a credential are required to submit passing scores from one of the following standard admissions tests:
Required Courses (12 credits)
|EDUU 526||Theories of Language Structure and Acquisition||3|
|EDUU 527||English Language and Literacy Development||3|
|EDUU 528||Content-based Instruction and Assessment for Linguistic Minority Students: SDAIE||3|
|EDUU 570||Voice, Diversity, Equity and Social Justice||3|