Clinical Practice III

Course Description

The purpose of this course is to provide ongoing support for intern candidates who have not completed the Preliminary Multiple or Single Subject Teaching Credential. The course is designed to meet the Commission on Teacher Credentialing’s requirement for ‘continuous support and supervision’. This is a two-month (2.25 Unit) course and will be repeated by individual interns until they have successfully completed all credential requirements needed to earn the preliminary teaching credential. Does not grant graduate units towards graduate degree. This course can be repeated up to 8 times.

Learning Outcomes

  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in making subject matter comprehensible for all P12 learners, including those with diverse learning needs. (TPE Domain A)
  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in assessing all P12 learners, including those with diverse learning needs. (TPE Domain B)
  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in engaging/supporting all P12 learners, including those with diverse learning needs. (TPE Domain C)
  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in designing/planning learning experiences for all P12 learners, including those with diverse learning needs. (TPE Domain D)
  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in creating/maintaining effective learning environments for all P12 learners, including those with diverse learning needs. (TPE Domain E)
  • Integrate knowledge and abilities in being a legal, ethical, and professional educator for all P12 learners, including those with diverse learning needs. (TPE Domain F)

Requirements

Students are expected to attend all class sessions, participate in all class activities, complete assessment measures/assignments as scheduled. Students’ failure to do so will result in the loss of points. Students are expected to obtain a Mastery level (80% of criteria) on all assignments. Students are expected to integrate course readings, educational research and literature, multimedia sources, and lecture concepts into all appropriate assignment requirements. Students are expected to submit all written assignments in accordance with the American Psychological Association (APA) Style Guidelines.

Prerequisites

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