Technology in Schools, Introduction (SB 2042 Standard 11)


This course meets the SB 2042 Level 1 technology requirement (Standard 11) for teacher preparation. The course provides an overview of the use of technology in the K-12 classroom and helps prepare teacher candidates to use appropriate technology to facilitate the teaching and learning process.




(23388)

Prerequisites:


No prerequisites


Sections :


Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
EDUC.XSC209.(804) 6/18/2018 12:00 AM ONLINE 370 Natalie R Bernasconi View Enroll
EDUC.XSC209.(805) 10/15/2018 12:00 AM ONLINE 370 Natalie R Bernasconi View Enroll

Becoming a Professional Educator: Special Populations and Healthy Environments


Meets the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing requirements in (a) healthy environment and special populations for SB 2042 preliminary Multiple or Single Subject. This course offers an overview of the field of special education and the expanded role of the teacher in providing health and substance abuse prevention in the "mainstreamed" classroom.




(4317)

Prerequisites:


No prerequisites


Sections :


Section Start Date Time Location Cost Instructor Name Full Schedule Enroll
EDUC.XSC265.(802) 9/13/2018 12:00 AM ONLINE 915 Vivian Rhone-Lay View Enroll
Credential Courses

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About

Courses for Clearing Preliminary Credential

UCSC Extension offers programs for educators seeking to meet selected teacher preparation requirements for the SB 2042 Preliminary credential. Many of our credential courses are offered online for the convenience of professional educators. Please confirm with the administrator of your credential program that the course you intend to take is acceptable. 

PROGRAM CHAIR
VIVIAN RHONE-LAY, Ph.D., dean of students at East Side Union High School District, serves as chair of the Credential Course program for Extension. Dr. Rhone-Lay started her career as a preschool teacher, eventually teaching eighth through twelfth grade in the English and Language Arts subject area. She has worked in higher education in planning and enrollment management and teacher education. Her research interests include initial teacher preparation and school-based training, inclusive schools, social emotional learning, equity initiatives and outcomes, and topics in comparative education. After earning a bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley, she earned her Master of Arts degree in education and doctorate in philosophy in education from UC Santa Barbara. 

MORE INFORMATION
​For information and guidance, contact Program Outreach at (408) 861-3860 or email extensionprogram@ucsc.edu. 

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing: www.ctc.ca.gov

Curriculum

SB 2042 Preliminary—Healthy Environments, Special Populations, Technology 

UCSC Silicon Valley Extension offers courses that are approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) to meet selected standards for SB 2042 Teacher Preparation and Teacher Induction. See www.ctc.ca.gov, for details on the requirements. “Becoming a Professional Educator: Special Populations and Healthy Environments” (Course Number EDUC.XSC265; former Course Number 4317). 

Becoming a Professional Educator: Special Populations and Healthy Environments 
XSC2652 UCSC SB 2042 
5 units

On the path to your SB 2042 Multiple or Single Subject teaching credential? This course will train you in the best practices for creating and maintaining a healthy and positive learning environment for all learners. It offers an overview of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and the expanded role of the teacher in developing literacy across content areas and fostering social-emotional development. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to perform essential teaching tasks such as designing learning experiences and creating effective social environments for student learning. It combines special populations (mainstreaming) and supportive, healthy environments (health education). This course meets Teacher Preparation Standards 10 and 14, satisfying the Mainstreaming and Health Education requirements for SB 2042 preliminary Multiple or Single Subject. It is approved by the CCTC. Note: It does not include CPR.

Technology in Schools, Introduction
XSC209 
2 units 
The course prepares K-12 teacher candidates to use appropriate technology to facilitate the teaching and learning process. You’ll learn to leverage multiple modalities to communicate with students, parents, colleagues, and administration; design technology-integrated instructional activities; gain insight into related legal and ethical issues; and practice using a variety of technology for instruction and assessment. By the end of the course, you’ll have a toolkit of technology resources and strategies to use in your classroom. This course meets the SB 2042 Level 1 technology requirement (Standard 11) for teacher preparation.

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Course Schedule


1. Required Courses
classroom : Classroom
online : Online
hybrid : Blended
Offering Code Offering Units Fall Winter Spring Summer
EDUC.XSC265 Becoming a Professional Educator: Special Populations and Healthy Environments 5.0 Online Online
EDUC.XSC209 Technology in Schools, Introduction (SB 2042 Standard 11) 2.0 Online Online Online Online