Intern Teaching Pre -Service

EDU 6003 is a blended online course with a face-to-face workshop at the end of the course. This course fulfills the 160 hours pre-service requirement for the Intern Teaching Credential.

  • California Commission on Teacher Credentialing approved Pre-Service Intern course
  • Six week course, primarily online with face-to-face workshop


DATES:
Monday,  December 1, 2014 - Sunday, January 25th, 2015
                (This is a six week course, with a two week winter break)


Required Textbooks (can be purchased at Amazon.com):



Diverse Learners in the Mainstream Classroom: Strategies for Supporting All Students Across Content Areas – English Language Learners, Students with Disabilities, Gifted/Talented Students, by Freeman, Y. S., Freeman, D. E., & Ramírez, R.  (2008)

0325013136 978-0325013138



Contact: Mariah Klein: mlkein@alliant.edu

$850.00
Course Dates:  Monday,  December 1, 2014 - Sunday, January 25th, 2015

(This is a six week course, with a two week winter break)

Program Contact: Mariah Klein at  MKlein@alliant.edu


This course is designed to give the beginning intern teacher the foundations for a smooth transition into the classroom.  It provides the new professional with an overview of theories of pedagogy and developmental learning, methods of instruction, special needs identification and instruction, classroom management skills, teaching English Language Learners, California State Standards for Instruction, and Teaching Performance Expectations presented by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.  The course is presented primarily online with opportunities for face-to-face instruction and classroom observations and was developed to enhance understanding and improve delivery, supporting observation of the candidate’s ability to transform theory into practice.

The pre-service course is a requirement set by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing to ensure proper preparation of new teachers entering the classroom and supports Education Code (EC) sections 44450-44468 (the Teacher Education Internship of 1967) authorizing institutions of higher education to partner with local education agencies to develop internships.  This course has been developed to meet the Commission’s Standards of Program Quality and Effectiveness.


Required Textbook:

Diverse Learners in the Mainstream Classroom: Strategies for Supporting All Students Across Content Areas – English Language Learners, Students with Disabilities, Gifted/Talented Students, by Freeman, Y. S., Freeman, D. E., & Ramírez, R.