2042 Teaching Credential, Single Subject
Single Subject Program Overview
The 2042 Single Subject Teaching Credential program with an English Learner Authorization prepares you to be a successful, well-rounded educator. You will graduate prepared to use Common Core and other content standards to teach specific subjects in a departmentalized classroom in California with a focus on using advanced technology for today’s classroom.
As a student, you will:
- Examine classroom, school and community contexts and use information to plan and design learning experiences.
- Develop and use classroom management strategies that support student learning and encourage positive social interaction.
- Use multiple methods of assessment to monitor learning and inform instruction.
- Apply subject matter pedagogical skills in authentic settings and continually reflect on and evaluate the effects of decisions and actions on others.
- Create learning experiences that make subject matter accessible and comprehensible to students.
- Differentiate instruction based on the needs of students.
Fall I (Sep 03, 2019)
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Applicants for this program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:
- Completed application
- Statement of Intent
- Three recommendation forms
- GPA options for admission GPA: Meet 1 of these 3
- Official transcripts showing a conferred Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution
- Proof of a passing score on the CBEST or any CTC approved basic skills tests
This program is only available to California residents
Applicants transferring from another institution's credential program must supply a letter from that institution's Education Department attesting to the applicant's good standing in the program. The letter should be written on institutional letterhead by the Dean, department chair, director of teacher education, or someone in a similar position
Candidates interested in the following credentials: Education Specialist, single subject or multiple subject credentials, must prove subject matter competency by providing evidence that they have registered for, taken or passed the appropriate subject matter examination (CSET) prior to admission to the program
Course List Code Title Credits Introductory Block EDUU 510 Introduction to Teaching
EDUU 511 Collaboration For Inclusive Schooling
EDUU 512 The Art & Craft of Teaching
Introductory Block Subtotal
Content Area Block EDSU 530 Theories, Methods, and Materials for Teaching English Learners
EDSU 531 Secondary Instructional Strategies for Language/Culturally Diverse Classrooms
EDSU 532 Effective Literacy Instruction for Single Subject Candidates
EDSU 533 Content Specific Strategies for Single Subjects (Series)
EDSU 534 Preparing 21st Century Learners: A Collaborative and Integrated Approach
Content Area Block Subtotal
Clinical Practice EDSU 592 Directed Teaching I: Secondary School
EDUU 544 Student Teaching Seminar I
EDSU 593 Directed Teaching II: Secondary School
EDUU 545 Student Teaching Seminar II
or Internship EDSU 590-A Supported Teaching I: Secondary 2 School
EDSU 590-B Supported Teaching I: Secondary 2 School
EDSU 590-C Supported Teaching I: Secondary 2 School
EDSU 591-A Supported Teaching II: Secondary 2 School
Intern Seminars EDUU 556 Intern Seminar A
EDSU 557 Intern Seminar B
Clinical Practice Subtotal