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Multiple/Single Subject

Credential & MAT Programs




Kathy Theuer
School of Education,
Associate Dean & Director of Accreditation

March 20, 2014
Multiple Pathways to a Credential
Credential
Only
Multiple
and Single
Subject
Masters and
Credential
Multiple
and Single
Subject
Bachelors
and
Credential
Multiple
Subject
Only
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Grade Levels
Multiple Subject Credential= Elementary School
Teach all subjects to the same students in a self-contained
classroom
Single Subject Credential= High School/or appropriate
middle school setting
Teach a specific subject in a departmentalized setting
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Foundation of the Credential Programs
Teaching Performance Expectations
Making Subject Matter Comprehensible to Students
Assessing Student Learning
Engaging and Supporting Students in Learning
Planning Instruction and Designing Learning Experiences
Creating and Maintaining Effective Environments
Developing as a Professional
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Aligned with Common Core Standards
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Non-Course Requirements
CBEST- California Test of Basic Skills
CSET-California Subject Examinations for Teachers
Intake & Exit Interviews
Early Field Experiences
Certificate of Clearance, TB clearance, CPR
U.S. Constitution Requirement
RICA-Reading Instruction Competence Assessment (MS
only)
E-Portfolio
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Non-Course Requirements
CalTPA- California Teaching Performance Assessments
Four Performance-Based Tasks
Completed Before Student Teaching
Task 1-Subject Specific Pedagogy
Completed During Student Teaching
Task 2- Designing Instruction
Task 3- Assessing Learning
Task 4- Culminating Teaching Experience

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Multiple Subject Credential Courses
Credential Courses (34 units)
EDUU 510 Introduction to Teaching
EDUU 511 Collaboration for Inclusive Schooling
EDUU 512 The Art and Craft of Teaching
EDMU 520 Literacy and Language in K-8 Classrooms I
EDMU 521 Literacy and Language in K-8 Classrooms II
EDMU 523 History/Social Science & Visual/Performing Arts in K-8
Classrooms
EDMU 524 Teaching and Learning Mathematics in K-8 Classrooms
EDMU 525 Teaching and Learning Science in K-8 Classrooms
EDMU 582 Directed Teaching I & EDUU 544 Student Teaching Seminar I
EDMU 583 Directed Teaching II & EDUU 545 Student Teaching Seminar II


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Single Subject Credential Courses
Credential Courses (34 units)
EDUU 510 Introduction to Teaching
EDUU 511 Collaboration for Inclusive Schooling
EDUU 512 The Art and Craft of Teaching
EDSU 530 Theories, Methods and Materials for Teaching English Language
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
EDMU 534 Preparing 21
st
Century Learners: A Collaborative and Integrated
Approach
EDSU 592 Directed Teaching I & EDUU 544 Student Teaching Seminar I
EDSU 593 Directed Teaching II & EDUU 545 Student Teaching Seminar II


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MAT Additional Courses
EDUU 600- Research and Evaluation
EDUU 606- Seminar in Learning Theory
EDUU 609- Seminar in Curriculum Studies
and Assessment
EDUU 610- Teacher as Scholarly Practitioner
EDUU 611- Action Research Development
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BA Liberal Studies
Two Emphasis Areas
I. Multiple Subjects Teaching Emphasis
(no credential)

II. Integrated California Multiple
Subjects Teaching Credential Emphasis
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II. Integrated CA Multiple Subjects
Teaching Credential Emphasis
Education Foundation Courses (9 credits)
Subject Matter Courses (42 credits)

+

Multiple Subject Credential Courses
(34 credits)
=
85 credits
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Additional BA Liberal Studies Courses
Education Foundations (9 credits)
LBSU 250 Education and Society in the 21
st
Century
EDUU 551 Educational Applications of Computers
LBSU 403 Liberal Studies Multiple Subjects Capstone

Subject Matter Courses (42 credits)
English/Language Arts (6 credits)
ENGU 420 Language Development and Acquisition
ENGU 450 Literature of Children and Young Adults

Natural Science (6 credits)
NSCU 302 Life Science
NSCU 304 Earth and Physical Science


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Additional BA Liberal Studies Courses Cont..
Mathematics (6 credits)
MATU 206 Math for Elementary School Teachers I
MATU 207 Math for Elementary School Teachers II
Visual & Performing Arts (6 credits)
ARTU 450 Creativity and the Visual Arts
LBSU 310 Music, Movement and Drama: The Human Expression

History and Social Science (9 credits)
HISU 358 United States History and Democracy
HISU 360 World History and Geography
HISU 372 California History

Child Development/Health and PE (9 credits)
PSYU 323 Child Development
EDUU 350 Teaching and Learning
EDUU 513 Student Health and Safety
EDUU 514 Physical Education for Elementary Teachers

Total Credits 51
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General Education Requirements
A. BASIC SKILLS (12 credits)
Written communication I (ENGU 103)*
Written communication II (ENGU 104)*
Quantitative reasoning (MATU 206 and MATU 207)
Oral communication

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General Education Requirements
B. BREADTH REQUIREMENTS (24 credits)
Humanities (9 credits from 3 different areas)
English (ENGU 420, ENGU 450)
Fine Arts (ARTU 450)
Foreign Languages
Humanities
Liberal Studies (LBSU 250, LBSU 310, LBSU 403)
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Sociology

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General Education Requirements
Natural Sciences (6 credits) (NSCU 302, 304)
Social Sciences (9 credits from 3 different areas)
Criminal Justice
Economics
History (HISU 358, 360, 372)
Organizational Leadership
Political Science
Psychology (PSYU 323)
Social Science

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Emphasis Area Comparisons
Application Process Is Different
Multiple Subjects Emphasis-candidates follow undergrad application
process (GPA 2.0)
Integrated Credential Emphasis-follow undergrad and credential
application process
Letters of Rec/Statement of Intent
CBEST (but not CSET)
GPA 2.75
Scholarship Requirements Is Different
Multiple Subjects Emphasis C or higher
Integrated Credential Emphasis Foundations and Subject Matter
courses C or higher but Credential courses B- or higher
Academic Probation Threshold is Different
Candidates in the Integrated Credential Emphasis must meet 3.0
GPA or be placed on Academic Probation


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Emphasis Area Comparisons
Program Delivery Options Are Different
Multiple Subjects Emphasis- Candidates can be considered a
fully online student or be based at a campus
Integrated Credential Emphasis Candidates are not be
considered fully online they must be assigned a campus so they
can be supervised for student teaching
Course Sequencing is Different
Multiple Subjects Emphasis- Dependent on campus or online
schedule
Integrated Credential Emphasis- Subject matter and credential
course must be taken in an integrated sequence following a
specified plan



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BA Integrated Credential
Course Sequence
Trimester 1
Education and Society
LBSU 300 LBSU 302
*EDUU 510 EDUU 551
Integrated CA Multiple Subject Credential Emphasis Program Orientation
*Intake Interview with SOE Faculty
*TB and Fingerprint Clearance
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Trimester 2
Theme- Teaching & Learning
LBSU 250 EDUU 350
PSYU 323 EDUU 513/514

Trimester 3
Theme- Teaching & Learning Theme- Math/Science
EDUU 511 MATU 206
EDUU 512 NSCU 304

Trimester 4
Theme- Math/Science
MATU 207 EDMU 524
NSCU 302 EDMU 525

BA Integrated Credential Course Sequence
Trimester 6
Theme- Language Arts/History/VPA
EDMU 520 EDMU 521
ART 450 HISU 360
Take RICA Exam
Take TPA 1-Subject Specific Pedagogy
Apply for Student Teaching (Need to have passed CSET Subtests I, II & III)
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Trimester 7
Theme- Language Arts/History/VPA
LBSU 310 LBSU 403
EDMU 523
Trimester 5
Theme- Language Arts/History/VPA
ENGU 420 ENGU 450
HISU 358 (SA) HISU 372

BA Integrated Credential Course Sequence
Trimester 8
Clinical Practice
EDMU 582 EDMU 583
EDUU 544 EDUU 545
Take TPA 2-Designing Instruction and & TPA 3-Assessing Learning during EDMU 582
Take TPA 4- Culminating Teaching Experience during EDMU 583
Complete all Program Requirements (i.e. portfolio, exit interview, exit survey)
Apply for BA Liberal Studies Degree
Apply for CA Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (after BA Liberal Studies Degree has been conferred)
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BA Integrated Credential
Program Completion
Candidates in the Integrated Teaching Emphasis must complete
all program requirements before applying for BA degree
(including TPAs, portfolio, exit interview, RICA). File for the
credential after the BA degree has posted
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BA Integrated Credential
Change of Major NOT an option for those interested in the
BA Integrated Emphasis
Students must apply to the program and meet admission
requirements
Students who have started another BA should not apply to this
program
Candidates in the Multiple Subjects Teaching Emphasis or
other BA programs should not apply to the integrated
emphasis after being admitted to another BA program
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Benefits to Multiple Subjects Emphasis
Streamlined admission process
Subject matter coursework addresses all content areas and
prepares candidates for CSET exam
Coursework is aligned with Common Core Standards
More flexibility (than integrated emphasis) in course
sequencing
Can be a fully online student
Once candidate completes the credential program at the
graduate level the units will make them eligible for higher
starting salaries
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Benefits to the Integrated Credential Emphasis
Subject matter coursework addresses all content areas and
prepares candidates for CSET exam
Coursework is aligned with Common Core Standards
Integrated and concurrent coursework of subject matter and
related pedagogy
Candidates pay undergraduate tuition rates for the
credential courses leading to lower total program costs than
graduate program
Candidates can complete the program in less time than if
they do the undergraduate and graduate programs
separately because they can take more courses per term
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Why Choose Brandman for a
Teaching Credential?
Accelerated Program
Blended and Online Options
Programs are aligned with Common Core Standards
Utilize the latest technologies
Courses are taught be experienced professionals in the field

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Why become a teacher now?
Teacher Shortages -More jobs are now available!!!
Aging Workforce/Teacher retirements
Fewer licensed teachers to meet the demand
Increasing student enrollment
Class size reduction in K-3
New opportunities with the focus on the Common Core and
College and Career Readiness
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Aging Workforce
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http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/west/pdf/REL_2012130.pdf
Retirement Rates are on an Upward Trend
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http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/west/pdf/REL_2012130.pdf
Teacher Preparation Program Enrollment
2007-2008 to 2011-2012

44,558
42,245
36,577
34,838
26,446
-
10,000
20,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Source: http://www.ctc.ca.gov/commission/agendas/2013-09/2013-09-4G.pdf
Student Enrollment Trends
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Source: http://www.ed-data.k12.ca.us

Class Size Reduction in K-3
New funding formula, signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in July
Gives school districts additional funds if they can keep the average
class size for kindergarten though 3
rd
grade to 24 at all of their
schools, or work toward achieving that goal.





http://edsource.org/2013/new-funding-formula-revives-push-for-smaller-class-sizes/39804#.UyxM2YW8coE

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Reaching Out to Prospective Students
Recruiting for Graduate Programs
County Offices of Education- Substitute Teachers, Paraprofessionals
Job Fairs
Recruiting for BA Program
County Offices of Education, Paraprofessionals
Community Colleges-Early Childhood Education Programs
High School-College Fairs

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Where Teachers Go to Find Jobs
Ed Join http://www.edjoin.org/
Jobs for Paraprofessionals https://k12jobspot.com/Paraprofessional-
jobs-in-California

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