MULTIPLE-SUBJECT TEACHING CREDENTIAL PORTFOLIO

INTRODUCTION TO THE PORTFOLIO

This electronic teaching portfolio documents my time at the University of La Verne from September 2014 to the present in the Multiple-Subject Teaching Credential Program. Included in this portfolio are multiple artifacts that demonstrate my professional dispositions and teaching competencies.

ABOUT THE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM

COURSES AND ARTIFACTS

EDUC 407: LEARNING TECHNOLOGY FOR EDUCATORS

STUDENTS WILL EXPLORE TECHNOLOGIES THAT ENGAGE LEARNERS AND IMPROVE THE LEARNING PROCESS IN THE K-12 CLASSROOM. A VARIETY OF CURRENT SOFTWARE AND WEB-BASED TECHNOLOGY WILL BE USED TO CREATE SEVERAL PROJECTS THAT MOTIVATE AND ENGAGE FUTURE STUDENTS AND BUILD 21ST CENTURY SKILLS.

EDUC 460: DIVERSITY, INTERACTION, & THE LEARNING PROCESS

INTRODUCES TEACHING AND HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS. EMPHASIZES ISSUES OF DIVERSITY. FOR STUDENTS DESIRING TO ENTER THE TEACHING PROFESSION.

EDUC 470: THEORIES & METHODS OF EDUCATION FOR LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS

PROVIDES CANDIDATES WITH SPECIFIC UNDERSTANDINGS & SKILLS RELATED TO CLASSROOM TEACHING WITH EMPHASIS ON ELD & SDAIE. REQUIRES 30 HOURS OF FIELDWORK.

EDUC 458: INTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONAL INDIVIDUALS & THEIR FAMILIES

DISABILITY THEORIES, REMEDIAL METHODOLOGIES, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, INSTRUCTIONAL INTERVENTIONS, & CURRENT PRACTICES. INFORMAL & STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES. 10 HOURS OF FIELDWORK REQUIRED.

EDUC 462: LITERACY METHODOLOGY FOR MULTIPLE-SUBJECT CANDIDATES I

COVERS PHILOSOPHY, METHODS, & MATERIALS FOR TEACHING BEGINNING LITERACY SKILLS. EXAMINES ASSESSMENT & INSTRUCTION IN A "BALANCED LITERACY" PROGRAM; OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR CLASSROOM OBSERVATION & PARTICIPATION. REQUIRES 15 HOURS OF FIELDWORK.

EDUC 464: LITERACY METHODOLOGY FOR MULTIPLE-SUBJECT CANDIDATES II

STUDIES LANGUAGE & LITERACY PROCESSES. OFFERS STRATEGIES TO ACCESS & FOSTER ABILITIES TO BECOME PROFICIENT SPEAKERS, LISTENERS, READERS, & WRITERS. REQUIRES 15 HOURS OF FIELDWORK.

EDUC 472: TEACHING STRATEGIES

GENERAL TEACHING METHODS COURSE. EMPHASIZES INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING, LEARNING ABOUT STUDENTS, AND ADAPTING INSTRUCTION TO MEET STUDENTS' LEARNING PREFERENCES. 30 HOURS OF FIELDWORK REQUIRED.

EDUC 474: TEACHING IN THE CONTENT AREAS

PROVIDES KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, & SKILLS TO EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATE THE TEACHING OF MATH, SCIENCE, HISTORY/SOCIAL SCIENCE, VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, & HEALTH. 15 HOURS OF FIELDWORK REQUIRED.

Required Student Teaching Courses

EDUC 468: INTRODUCTORY SUPERVISED TEACHING

FIVE-WEEKS OF SUPERVISED TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, COMPLEMENTED BY CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT I SEMINAR AND TPA 3 SEMINAR. STUDENTS ARE PLACED BY THE UNIVERSITY IN GRADES K-2: 3-5: 6-8 FOR MULTIPLE SUBJECT CANDIDATES.

EDUC 478: ADVANCED SUPERVISED TEACHING

TEN-WEEKS OF ADVANCED SUPERVISED TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, COMPLEMENTED BY CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT II SEMINAR AND TPA 4 SEMINAR. STUDENTS ARE PLACED IN A DIFFERENT GRADE LEVEL FROM EDUC 468 BY THE UNIVERSITY IN GRADES K-2: 3-5: 6-8 FOR MULTIPLE SUBJECT CANDIDATES.

INTERACTIVE FIELDWORK EXPERIENCE

MESA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

ALLEN AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

HEALTH EDUCATION FOR TEACHERS

U.S. CONSTITUTION

SPEECH

CPR

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