Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program – School of Education – CSU


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California State University Channel Islands

Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program

Program Overview

This program specifically prepares teachers for the diversity of languages and cultures often encountered in California’s public school classrooms. It prepares candidates to address the needs of students who speak English as a native language and/or as a second language in the elementary school setting. An underlying principle of the program is the belief that all children (regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, ability or economic status) are capable of learning and educators can make a difference in their lives. Emphasis is placed on the K-8 student as actively engaged in his/her learning.

Upon completion of the program, candidates will be eligible for the Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential issued by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).

Program Highlights

  • Co-Teaching model available
  • Intern option available
  • Full and part-time option available
  • Admission applications are accepted for Fall and Spring

Prerequisite Courses

The following prerequisite courses must be successfully completed, with a grade of “C” or better, or in progress at the time that you apply to the Multiple Subject Credential Program.

  • EDUC 510 Learning Theory and Development (3)
  • ENGL 475 Language in Social Context (3)
  • SPED 345 Individuals with Disabilities in Society (3)
  • EDUC 512 Equity, Diversity and Foundations of Schooling (3)
  • EDUC 522 Creating and Managing Effective Learning Environments (5)

Bilingual Authorization Prerequisite Courses

For a Bilingual Authorization, the following prerequisite courses must be completed in addition to the prerequisite courses listed above. They must be successfully completed, with a grade of “C” or better, or in progress at the time you apply to the Multiple Subject Credential Program

  • HIST 361 Modern Latin American History (3)
  • EDML 617 The Socio-cultural Context of Schooling (3)
  • AND EITHER:
    • CHS 350 Chicana/o History and Culture (HIST) (3) OR
    • EDUC 445 Chicano Child and Adolescent (4)

In addition to the prerequisites listed above, students who wish to complete the Bilingual Authorization Emphasis in Spanish must pass the language assessment exam (CSET: Spanish III) prior to applying for the Credential Program. For test dates and other test information, please visit the CTC Exams website.

Important Information

Program Coordinator


Dr. Manuel Correia

Website Information


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Welcome to Career and Technical Education (CTE) at Minnesota State. We partner closely with the Office of College and Career Success at the Minnesota Department of Education to prepare students to enter high skill, high wage or high demand employment in Minnesota.

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Online – College of Business and Management – University of Illinois Springfield


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University of Illinois Springfield

Online

Online Masters Degree in Management Information Systems

Online News

U.S. News World Report’s 2013 Edition of America’s Best Colleges ranks the University of Illinois Springfield second among public regional universities in the Midwest, a two spot increase from the 2012 rankings when UIS was fourth. For the fifth straight year, UIS is ranked as the top regional public university in Illinois.

U.S. News World Report’s 2012 Edition of America’s Best Colleges ranks the University of Illinois Springfield as the top regional public university in the state of Illinois and the fourth best public university in that category in the entire Midwest. This is the fourth straight year that UIS has achieved those rankings.

  • The UIS Online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program ranked fourth on a national list of the Top 10 Online Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Programs of 2011 . The ranking was conducted by the website The Best Colleges. which uses publicly available data to evaluate programs according to several different criteria, including reputation, accreditation, student satisfaction, and cost. The ranking can be found at: http://www.thebestcolleges.org/top-online-bachelor-business-admin/

  • Dr. Laurel Newman. Director of Online Programs in the College of Business and Management, was honored with the Oakley Distinguished Online Teaching Award during UIS annual Faculty Honors and Recognition Reception. Read More.
  • UIS Wins National Honors in Online Education UIS receives the inaugural Ralph E. Gomory Award for Quality Online Education Awarded by the Sloan Consortium
  • National Public Radio comes to UIS to learn about online education.

Compared with the campuses in Chicago and Urbana-Champaign, Springfield is a tiny outpost on the prairie. But when it comes to online education, this school is a titan. Read more or listen to the broadcast.

University of Illinois Springfield made U.S. News and World Report’s annual list of America’s Best Colleges for the second straight year. Read more.

UIS has been unanimously approved for membership in the distinguished Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC). The vote places UIS among a select group of 25 public liberal arts institutions representing 23 states and one Canadian province. Read more.


Virginia Western Community College #virginia #western, #community #college, #roanoke #colleges, #virginia #colleges,


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Virginia Western Community College – Celebrating 50 Years

Beginnings.

Per legislation, effective July 1, 1966, Roanoke Technical Institute (RTI) of Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and the Roanoke Center of the School of General Studies of the University of Virginia merged and became Community College of Roanoke. That summer, under the leadership of President Dr. Travis McKenzie, programs and faculty combined and began fall quarter classes with an enrollment of 1,352 students.

During the first year of operating, the college was renamed Virginia Western Community College. In 1968, the first true class of Virginia Western students graduated.

Growth and Expansion

By 1970, new coursework in nursing, data processing, commercial art and traffic/transportation management were created in addition to existing engineering, business and liberal arts curricula. Student enrollment continued to increase and temporary classrooms were moved to campus. Still new in concept, campus was bustling with activity and students brought in events to form community and shape the school’s identity such as crowning a Miss Virginia Western, dances, and campus art shows outside.

“I have no doubt that VWCC was instrumental in my career success. Your college gave me a solid foundation in Electronics Engineering (I finished my AS degree there in Spring of 1980), and I was able to transfer to Old Dominion University and received my Bachelors degree in the Spring of 1982 without missing a beat, VWCC prepared me very well for the transition to that institution!!”
– Thomas W. “Tom” Richardson, Ph.D.
University of Virginia Staff, Systems and Information Engineering (SIE) Dept.

Increasing Access and Preparing for the Future

Virginia Western Community College continued to expand access of its services and options for its students and the development of the community in terms of physical growth, workforce support, transfer to four-year colleges and the launch of a program further removing financial barriers to obtaining a college education.

Similar to a half-century ago, another call-to-action was asked in the 2010s. Fifty years ago a knowledge gap was identified as the United States raced to compete as a technologically advanced nation. This time it is to close the skills gap. In this decade, Governor Terry McAuliffe identified a gap in high-demand jobs skills and called for a significant increase in workforce credentials to be awarded in Virginia in STEM-H (science, technology, electronics, math and healthcare).

“I was a first generation college attendee and graduate. I barely graduated from high school but VWCC is where I found what I love and I was exposed to wonderful people who taught me and inspired me. Even now, when I interact with my students, I want them to like and love me the way I did Ann, Paula, and Marty.”
– Misty L. Mesimer, RDH, MSCH, CDA
Dental Assisting Program Director, Dental Hygiene Program Local Coordinator
Germanna Community College

August 22 is Virginia Western Community College Day!

Now, Therefore, I, Sherman P. Lea, Sr. Mayor of the City of Roanoke, Virginia, recognize and commend Dr. Robert H. Sandel, President of Virginia Western Community College, along with the College’s many outstanding faculty, staff, students, alumni and supporters, and do hereby proclaim August 22, 2016, throughout this great All-American City, as “Virginia Western Community College Day.”

– Sherman P. Lea, Sr.
Mayor, City of Roanoke, Virginia

Click here to see the Roanoke Times insert celebrating Virginia Western’s 50 years of service to the community.