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|EDUC 13||TEACHER PREPARATION FOUNDATIONS AND FIELD EXPRIENCE||3 Units|
Prerequisite(s): Maintain enrollment in 7 or more units including field practice.
Theoretical concepts. Observation methodology. Social, philosophical and political foundations of education. Fundamental knowledge of the American educational system in urban multicultural schools. Supervised field experience in approved educational settings from kindergarten through high school. Observation, planning and guiding learning. Routine classroom activities. Practical application of theoretical concepts. Field experience hours may be used to meet CSU Teacher Preparation admissions requirements. Serves as a foundation for future induction into the classroom. Maximum credit 6 units, 3 units each semester. Total of 36 hours lecture and 90 hours field experience. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
#2083 1:00pm- 3:15pm Tu LecLab C351 MC CABE D
5.6 Hours TBA per week
No. 2083: This is a TLC (Teaching and Learning Communities) class and part of the Future Teachers career pathway. See the TLC section in this booklet for information.
#2624 6:30pm- 8:45pm M LecLab C302 MC CABE D
5.6 Hours TBA per week
|EDUC 30||TEACHING AS A PROFESSION||3 Units|
For prospective teachers: professional responsibilities and duties; classroom visitation, assisting. Total of 54 hours lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
#0914 8:40am- Noon F Lecture C360 MC CABE D
#1828 1:35pm- 4:55pm M Lecture C302 MC CABE D
|EDUC 100||TUTORING TECHNIQUES||1 Unit|
Introduction to various learning styles, tutorial strategies and techniques; selected problems encountered by those rendering tutorial service. Recommended tutor eligibility requirements, which include faculty referral and satisfactory score on any required department diagnostic test. Total of 18 hours lecture. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
Students meet as a group for the first class session and the final exam only. All other weekly assignments are delivered through e-mail, allowing students flexibility in completing their coursework. This course is part of the curriculum leading towards a School-Age Instructional Assistant certificate.
#0908 Noon- 1:05pm F Lecture D300 WOOD J C
|EDUC 132||CURRICULUM FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN||3 Units|
Preprofessional training of teacher aides and teaching assistants for elementary school. Orientation to teaching with special emphasis on extended day programs, activities both before and after school, developmental tasks for different age levels, coordination with classroom activities. Total of 54 hours lecture. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
#0580 3:15pm- 6:35pm Tu Lecture C351 MC CABE D