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The Master’s College 2015-2016 Catalog

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CREDENTIAL PROGRAM

PROGRAM OF STUDY: PRELIMINARY

MULTIPLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL

Prerequisites

POL220 U.S. Government ...............................................3 E322 Children’s Literature.........................................3 ED400 Foundations of Education..............................3 ED410 Technology Uses in Education.......................3

Credential Courses courses must be taken concurrently

within each semester):

First Semester (Fieldwork)

ED500 Practicum...........................................................3 ED510 Teaching Reading/Language Arts in Elementary School............................3 ED530A Teaching Strategies for Elementary Mathematics......................................................2 ED530B Teaching Strategies for Elementary Social Studies, Visual & Performing Arts, Physical Education & Science..............3 ED550 Teaching Strategies/English Learners...........................................................2 ED560 Differentiation for Exceptional Learners.............................................................3

Second Semester (Student Teaching)*

ED570 Colloquium......... ............................................2 ED580 Elementary Student Teaching....................12

*Advancement to Student Teaching requires application,

CPR certification, passing scores on the first two TPAs,

B- or better in all Fieldwork Semester courses, and recom-

mendation of faculty.

PROGRAM OF STUDY: PRELIMINARY

SINGLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL

Prerequisites

POL220 U.S. Government ..............................................3 ED400 Foundations of Education..............................3 ED410 Technology Uses in Education..............3 ED420 Principles of Secondary Education...............3

Credential Courses courses must be taken concurrently

within each semester):

First Semester (Fieldwork)

ED500 Practicum..........................................................3 ED520 Teaching Reading in the Secondary School..............................................................3 ED540a-h  Discipline Specific Teaching Strategies .inthe Secondary School...........................................5 ED550    Teaching Strategies/English Learners..........................................................2 ED560 Differentiation for Exceptional Learners...........................................................3 ED570 Colloquium.......................................................2 ED590 Secondary Student Teaching.....................12

Second Semester (Student Teaching)*

ED570 Colloquium...... ............................................2 ED580 Secondary Student Teaching...................12

*Advancement to Student Teaching requires application,

CPR certification, passing scores on the first two TPAs,

B- or better in all Fieldwork Semester courses, and recom-

mendation of faculty.

CREDENTIAL ELIGIBILITY

To be formally recommended for a California Pre-

liminary Teaching Credential by The Master’s College,

candidates must:

1. Pass the

RICA

(multiple subject candidates

only)

2. Pass

CalTPA

with a score of at least 3 for

each of the four tasks

3. Complete of all TMC

professional prepa-

ration program

coursework with grade of

B- or better

4. Successfully complete

student teaching

5. Become certified in

CPR

(infant, child, and

adult CPR)

6. Ensure TMC has received:

• evaluation forms

from all master teach-

ers and college supervisors

• official transcripts

from all colleges/

universities attended

7. Fulfill

all financial obligations

to the Col-

lege before applying for the credential; zero

account balance.

8. Submit a “

Request for Recommendation

(correctly filled out by candidate)

All candidates who complete their teacher prepara-

tion in California must be formally recommended

for the credential by the college or university where

the programwas completed. California has a two-tier

credential structure. A five-year preliminary credential

is the first credential issued, and then candidates must

obtain a clear credential.