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Single Subject Credential Program Pre-Orientation & Student Teaching Overview

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Welcome Dr. Kristen Shand Director of Admissions Social Studies Program Advisor

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Congratulations Yeah!! You made it!! …now the real work begins

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Credential Program Directors Program Director: Dr. Victoria Costa vcosta @fullerton.edu Admissions Director: Dr. Kristen Shand kshand@fullerton.edu PDC Director: Dr. Minerva Chavez mchavez@fullerton.edu Department Chair: Dr. Grace Cho gcho@fullerton.edu

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Admission Requirements Prerequisite Courses EDSC 310, 320, 330 and 340 MUST be passed with a C or better by the end of the term (average GPA of 3.0 required) EDSC 410 – Teaching English Learners We strongly recommend you take before the start of the program Must be complete within the first semester of the program EDSC 304 – Educational Technologies for Secondary Teachers We STRONGLY recommend you take before the start of the program or during Intersession. Must be complete with C or better to apply for credential Complete Application File Raquel Clovery will notify you if anything is missing (test scores, final signed SMPP, TB, CPR, etc.)

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SSCP - First Semester Overview

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SSCP - Second Semester Overview

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California Standards for the Teaching Profession The Single Subject Credential Program promotes and incorporates the California Standards for the Teaching Profession (CSTP). The standards are organized around six interrelated categories of teaching practice. The six categories include: Engaging and Supporting All Students in Learning Creating and Maintaining Effective Environments for Student Learning Understanding and Organizing Subject Matter for Student Learning Planning Instruction and Designing Learning Experiences for All Students Assessing Student Learning Developing as a Professional Educator

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Teaching Performance Expectations Student teachers are evaluated on their progress toward meeting the Teaching Performance Expectations (TPEs) Teaching Performance Expectations TPE 1: Specific Pedagogical Skills for Subject Matter Instruction TPE 8: Learning About Students TPE 2: Monitoring Student Learning During Instruction TPE 9: Instructional Planning TPE 3: Interpretation and Use of Assessments TPE 10: Instructional Time TPE 4: Making Content Accessible TPE 11: Social Environment TPE 5: Student Engagement TPE 12: Professional, Legal and Ethical Obligations TPE 6: Developmentally Appropriate Teaching Strategies TPE 13: Professional Growth TPE 7: Teaching English Learners

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District Placements Partner Districts: Anaheim Union High School District Capistrano Unified School District Corona-Norco Unified School District Fullerton Joint Union High School District Garden Grove Unified School District Orange Unified School District Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District Santa Ana Unified School District Tustin Unified School District Walnut Valley Unified School District

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Student Teaching Supervision A university supervisor will be assigned to you and will observe you regularly First Semester 2-3 visits Second Semester 4-6 visits Your supervisor will keep in regular contact with your Master Teacher(s) During each observation of student teaching, your supervisor will complete an Assessment of Classroom Practice report. This report will contain valuable feedback concerning your strengths and areas of needed improvement. The report is aligned to the TPEs. Your supervisor will conference with you to offer feedback on your student teaching and provide support

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Student Teaching Evaluation Evaluation System & Tutorial Master teachers and supervisors will formally evaluate you at 3 points in the program using the Online Evaluation System . A Tutorial is available to your Master Teacher to help them learn how to use the system. To access the system, your master Teacher will need your Campus Wide Identification (CWID) and CSUF e-mail address Evaluation Due Dates 1st semester October/March (placement confirmation) December/May (student teaching readiness) 2nd semester October/March (student teaching mid-term) December/May (student teaching final)

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Lesson Plan Policy Goals & Objectives California State Content Standard/Common Core Standards Lesson Introduction Vocabulary Content Delivery Student Engagement Assessment Accommodations for English Learners, Struggling Readers and Students with Special Needs Lesson Closure Students must have a written lesson plan for each full lesson they teach. Lesson plans are submitted in advance to master teacher and methods course instructor. The lesson plan must include:

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Teaching Performance Assessment Based on the Teaching Performance Expectations, the California Teaching Performance Assessment (CalTPA) evaluates beginning teacher’s competencies through written and performance measures. Student teachers complete four assessments during the program. TPA 1: Subject-Specific Pedagogy Task TPA 2: Designing Instruction Task TPA 3: Assessing Learning Task TPA 4: Culminating Teaching Experience Task Students will need access to three (3) English Learners and two (2) Students with Special Needs to complete the TPAs

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Teaching Performance Assessment Students will be required to submit all Teaching Performance Assessment tasks through TaskStream. The cost for TaskStream is $42.00 and is valid for ten months . Students are required to purchase a TaskStream account at the beginning of the program.

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Bilingual Authorization Spanish Bilingual A uthorization : Two courses (methods and culture) Proof of language proficiency Meet fieldwork requirement For more information, contact Dr. Fernando Rodriguez- Valls Frodriguez-valls @fullerton.edu Asian Bilingual Authorization : Two courses (bilingual methods and culture) Pass CSET: LOTE Subtest III (Language and communication) Meet fieldwork requirement Scholarships are available (up to $7,000) For more information, contact Dr. Grace Cho (657) 278-3283 or gcho@fullerton.edu

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Internship/Professional Track For those who seek out and obtain a paid teaching position with a local, public school district (part-time or full-time) 3- 6 periods per day OR 1-2 periods combined with student teaching Complete Credential Program while teaching Mentor support at school site Contacts: Dr. Maria Grant, mgrant@fullerton.edu Mrs. Ellen Kottler , ekottler@fullerton.edu Prerequisites Coursework —EDSC 310, 320, 330, 340, AND 410 Constitution Requirement —by U.S. Constitution course or by examination (Required for Preliminary Credential as well) Intern Module , if you would like to be eligible for the Intern Program in the First Semester. Contact Dr. Maria Grant at mgrant@fullerton.edu by May 27 to be enrolled. She and Mrs. Ellen Kottler will facilitate the module. Ask for information!

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Student Teacher Attire Dress and Behave Professionally Everyday of student teaching is an interview

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Communication All communication with your Master Teacher and CSUF faculty must be professional, respectful and timely. Use standard English in all spoken and written communication. Use your CSUF email address!

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Student Teacher Advice

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Important Spring Dates Spring Registration November-January Program Orientation January 16, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. LH 307 Student Teaching Start Dates See district calendars Report January 20, 2015

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First Semester Registration Registration Must be admitted to both CSUF and the credential program to register for classes Admission to the program does not mean you are admitted to the university! Check your admission status First Semester Program Courses EDSC 440S (Seminar) / EDSC 440F (Fieldwork) Assigned Sections EDSC/ENED/KNES/MUSE/ARTE/MAED 442 (Seminar) Instructional Methods Subject Specific EDSC/ENED/KNES/MUSE/ARTE/MAED 449E (Fieldwork) First Semester Student Teaching Subject Specific EDSC 410 (Seminar) Teaching English Learners

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Second Semester Registration Registration If you completed the first semester as an undergraduate, you need to re-apply to the university for spring as a graduate/post-baccalaureate student Admission to the program does not mean you are admitted to the university! Check your admission status Second Semester Program Courses EDSC/ENED/KNES/MUSE/ARTE/MAED 44I (Fieldwork) Second Semester Student Teaching Subject Specific EDSC/ENED/KNES/MUSE/ARTE/MAED 449S (Seminar) Student Teaching Seminar Subject Specific EDSC 460 (Workshop) Teaching Performance Assessment Support Hybrid – 2 whole-group on campus meetings

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Paperwork – Get Ready to Sign! Release of Liability Releases the university of liability for accidents that occur on public school campuses Permission to Release Permission to release grades, TB results, etc. to public school Permission to use your photograph for educational purposes New Candidate Checklist Credential Program Policies TPA Submission Policy TPA guidelines and policies

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Subject Area Coordinators Subject Advisor Email Art Betsy Holster eholster@fullerton.edu English April Brannon abrannon@fullerton.edu FLM Susan Glassett sglassett@fullerton.edu Mathematics Margaret Kidd mkidd@fullerton.edu Music Dennis Siebenaler siebenaler@fullerton.edu Physical Education Debra Patterson dpatterson@fullerton.edu Science Antoinette Linton anlinton@fullerton.edu Social Science Kristen Shand kshand@fullerton.edu World Languages Tonja Byrom tbyrom@fullerton.edu

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SSCP Program Policies Program Policies SSCP Program Policies TPA Regulations Substitute Teaching Policy Education Unit Policies CPC Policy 1 State of California Policies California State Legal Requirements for Educators Sexual Harassment Policy Child Abuse Policy

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Substitute Teaching Policy CSUF Single Subject Credential candidates may substitute teach for their Master Teachers providing Candidate meets substitute teaching requirements for the district; Candidate has approval from both Master Teachers AND their Subject Area Coordinator; and Opportunities do not compromise student teaching responsibilities. You may not miss any part of your required courses (including Friday 440S classes).

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CPC Policy One Credential candidates will be considered for removal from the program if they: Exhibit academic dishonesty as defined by the University Catalog Exhibit inappropriate student conduct as defined by the University Catalog Exhibit unacceptable academic, field, pedagogical, and/or clinical performance behaviors Fail to meet the standards set by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing Fail to behave according to the standards of the profession, public schools, university, department and/or program Fail to demonstrate credentialing competencies

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Who Can Help THIS SUMMER Dr. Vikki Costa ( vcosta@fullerton.edu ) - placements Dr. Kristen Shand ( kshand@fullerton.edu ) - admissions General Program Questions and Concerns Your PDC Instructor Fieldwork and 442/449S Course Concerns Your Master Teachers, University Supervisor, 442/449S Instructor, Subject Area Coordinator TPA Concerns Ms. Marilyn Leuer, TPA Coordinator Personal Issues and Concerns Ms. Aimee Nelson ( anelson@fullerton.edu ), COE Assistant Dean of Students

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EDSC 440F Fieldwork Preparation

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