Teaching Credential, 2042 Multiple Subject

Prepare to be a California teacher in a K-12 classroom with this teaching credential program. You will be equipped to design engaging lessons while you develop the skills necessary for planning and differentiating instruction, classroom management and assessment.

CA Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Overview

The California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential program with an English Learner Authorization prepares you to be a successful, well-rounded educator. You will graduate prepared to use California Common Core and other content standards to teach all subjects in a self-contained (K-12) classroom in California with a focus on using advanced technology for today’s classroom.

As a teaching credential program student, you will:

  • Examine classroom, school and community contexts and use information to plan and design learning experiences.
  • Develop and use classroom management strategies that support student learning and encourage positive social interaction.
  • Create learning experiences that make subject matter accessible and comprehensible to students.
  • Differentiate instruction based on the needs of students.
  • Use multiple methods of assessment to monitor student learning and inform instruction.
  • Apply subject matter pedagogical skills in authentic settings and continually reflect on and evaluate the effects of decisions and actions on others.

Next Session

Spring II (Mar 6, 2023)

Estimated Tuition

Ways to Learn

Online

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Affordable, asynchronous classes that fit your work schedule, offered 100% online so you can learn while you earn.

Culture of Inclusivity

Our credentials were designed using the CTC’s Teaching Performance Expectations to ensure our graduates create challenging but inclusive learning experiences for all high school and middle school students.

WSCUC

University of Massachusetts Global is accredited by the WSCUC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)

CCTC

University of Massachusetts Global's Credential and Authorization Education programs are accredited by California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

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    I took the Autism classes [through Extended Education] and found the passion of special education, which I really never thought of as an option. I finished the Autism program and enrolled in the Master of Special Education.  I have learned to reflect on my teaching and determine if I am reaching all students and on how to better reach any struggling students.
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    Admission Requirements

    Applicants to the teaching credential program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:

    • Completed application
    • Statement of Intent
    • GPA: Meet 1 of these 3 GPA options for admission
    • Official transcripts showing a conferred Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution
    • Proof of a basic skills requirement (i.e. CBEST; other CTC approved basic skills exam; or approved reading, writing, and mathematics coursework)
    California Residency

    The teaching credential program is only available to California residents

    Letter of Good Standing

    Applicants transferring from another institution's teaching credential program must supply a letter from that institution's Education Department attesting to the applicant's good standing in the program. The letter should be written on institutional letterhead by the Dean, department chair, director of teacher education, or someone in a similar position

    Prior to Admission

    Subject matter competency must be fulfilled to qualify for enrollment in student teaching or internship. Candidates must sign an intent to satisfy the subject matter competency requirement through one of the following: CSET exam; subject matter preparation program; approved coursework aligned with subject matter domains; or approved academic degree.

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    Multiple Subject Credential Curriculum

    • Introductory Block

      9

      EDUU 510  Introduction to Teaching

      3

      EDUU 511  Collaboration For Inclusive Schooling

      3

      EDUU 512  The Art & Craft of Teaching

      3

      Content Area Block

      15

      EDMU 520  Literacy and Language in K-8 Classrooms I

      3

      EDMU 521  Literacy and Language in K-8 Classrooms II

      3

      EDMU 523  History, Social Science and Visual/Performing Arts in K-8 Classrooms

      3

      EDMU 524  Teaching and Learning Mathematics in K-8 Classrooms

      3

      EDMU 525  Teaching and Learning Science in K-8 Classrooms

      3

      Clinical Practice

      8-12

      EDMU 582  Directed Teaching I: Elementary School

      3

      EDUU 544  Student Teaching Seminar I

      2

      EDMU 583  Directed Teaching II: Elementary School

      3

      EDUU 545  Student Teaching Seminar II

      2

      or Internship  

       

      EDMU 580-A  Supported Teaching I: Elementary 2 School ()

      2

      EDMU 580-B  Supported Teaching I: Elementary 2 School

      2

      EDMU 580-C  Supported Teaching I: Elementary 2 School

      2

      EDMU 581-A  Supported Teaching II: Elementary 2 Education

      2

      Intern Seminars  

       

      EDUU 556  Intern Seminar A

      2

      EDUU 557  Intern Seminar B

      2

      Total Prereq and Core Credits 32-36

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    Teaching Strategies

    What is STEM teaching?

    “STEM” stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM teaching methods integrate all four areas into well-rounded, practical lessons that are intended to have long-term benefits for both the students and the sustained growth of the economy. Some curricula add Art to the mix, creating “STEAM” initiatives in schools. 

    What is scaffolding in teaching?

    Scaffolding is teaching strategy that simplifies concepts by breaking them up into smaller chunks and providing a tool, or concrete structure, to guide them through each chunk. Modeling is a great method of scaffolding because it shows students exactly what they are expected to do before they try each lesson.

    What is ESL teaching?

    ESL stands for “English as a Second Language.” Teachers who specialize in this area help non-native speaking students learn the formal vocabulary, grammar and verbal pronunciation of the English language. Training may vary and can be embedded in a formal degree, teaching credential or add-on certification program. 

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