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LIST #5 - 2008/2009

PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS
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ASSOCIATED COURSE PROPOSALS


(for CPSP Review only)

The Council on the Preparation of School Personnel will meet on Wednesday, February 11, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. in the SAC 275 to review the Proposals contained in this list.  Response due to Academic Affairs by Wednesday, February 11, 2009 at 12 noon.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Bilingual/Multicultural Education
SUBSTANTIVE PROGRAM CHANGES

Multiple Subjects Teacher Preparation Program

Justification:

New state requirements (SB2042, SB1209) for a summative Teaching Performance Assessment created a need for additional support to candidates in our teacher preparation programs.  The proposed changes include the creation of a new course.  Because there are strict guidelines about the qualifications of individuals who can teach this course (e.g., they must successfully complete state-approved training and regular calibration), the course will be managed at the College level through the Deanís Office (which is also coordinating the required training).

Multiple Subjects Teacher Preparation Program-BCLAD Emphasis

Justification:

New state requirements (SB2042, SB1209) for a summative Teaching Performance Assessment created a need for additional support to candidates in our teacher preparation programs.  The proposed changes include the creation of a new course.  Because there are strict guidelines about the qualifications of individuals who can teach this course (e.g., they must successfully complete state-approved training and regular calibration), the course will be managed at the College level through the Deanís Office (which is also coordinating the required training).  In addition, because there are state requirements related to the maximum number of units in a credential program, the creation of this new course necessitates the reduction in units of one existing course in the program, EDBM 402B Student Teaching II.

Single Subject Teacher Preparation Program

Justification:

New state requirements (SB2042, SB1209) for a summative Teaching Performance Assessment created a need for additional support to candidates in our teacher preparation programs.  The proposed changes include the creation of a new course.  Because there are strict guidelines about the qualifications of individuals who can teach this course (e.g., they must successfully complete state-approved training and regular calibration), the course will be managed at the College level through the Deanís Office (which is also coordinating the required training).  In addition, because there are state requirements related to the maximum number of units in a credential program, the creation of this new course necessitates the reduction in units of one existing course in the program, EDBM 400B Student Teaching II.

Single Subject Teacher Preparation Program with BCLAD Emphasis

Justification:

New state requirements (SB2042, SB1209) for a summative Teaching Performance Assessment created a need for additional support to candidates in our teacher preparation programs.  The proposed changes include the creation of a new course.  Because there are strict guidelines about the qualifications of individuals who can teach this course (e.g., they must successfully complete state-approved training and regular calibration), the course will be managed at the College level through the Deanís Office (which is also coordinating the required training).  In addition, because there are state requirements related to the maximum number of units in a credential program, the creation of this new course necessitates the reduction in units of one existing course in the program, EDBM 400B Student Teaching II.

 

Teacher Education

SUBSTANTIVE PROGRAM CHANGES

Multiple Subjects Teacher Preparation Program

Justification:

New state requirements (SB2042, SB1209) for a summative Teaching Performance Assessment created a need for additional support to candidates in our teacher preparation programs.  The proposed changes include the creation of a new course.  Because there are strict guidelines about the qualifications of individuals who can teach this course (e.g., they must successfully complete state-approved training and regular calibration), the course will be managed at the College level through the Deanís Office (which is also coordinating the required training).

Single Subject Teacher Preparation Program

Justification:

New state requirements (SB2042, SB1209) for a summative Teaching Performance Assessment created a need for additional support to candidates in our teacher preparation programs.  The proposed changes include the creation of a new course.  Because there are strict guidelines about the qualifications of individuals who can teach this course (e.g., they must successfully complete state-approved training and regular calibration), the course will be managed at the College level through the Deanís Office (which is also coordinating the required training).

 


Education Courses

NEW COURSES

ED 300A - Teaching Performance Assessment-Multiple Subjects-Mathematics

ED 300B - Teaching Performance Assessment-Multiple Subject-Literacy

ED 300C - Teaching Performance Assessment-Single Subject

EDBM 400B - Student Teaching II (Single Subject)

EDBM 402B - Student Teaching II (Multiple Subjects)