CP Intern Seminar B

Course Description

Seminar concurrently taken with ITL 650B CP Internship B. Six Teaching Performance Expectation (TPEs) domains composed of 45 TPE elements. CalTPA Cycle 2. Grading is S, U or In Progress (IP).

Learning Outcomes

  • Apply the six Teaching Performance Expectation (TPEs) domains composed of 45 TPE elements to successfully pass CalTPA Cycle 2.
  • Evaluate the integrative electronic Showcase reflecting a deeper understanding and more complex perspectives of the professional development growth experienced through second half of the internship, the Inspire(d) mindset and principles, Teaching Performance Expectations, pedagogical research, and teaching beliefs and practices.

Requirements

  1. Students (interns) are expected to be in good standing with their employers and National University for the duration of the active University Internship Teaching Credential.

Prerequisites

Corequisite

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