The content specific pedagogy courses below are open to any teacher that holds a CA teaching credential. The following online courses meet the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing requirement to add a content/authorization area to an existing CA credential.
EDUC 203: Advanced Pedagogy Secondary Mathematics
This course provides teachers with instruction and practice for planning and delivering curriculum in the Mathematics content area.
7 weeks | 3 units
EDUC 204: Advanced Pedagogy Secondary Science
This course provides teachers with instruction and practice for planning and delivering curriculum in the Science content area.7 weeks | 3 units
EDUC 205: Advanced Pedagogy Secondary Social Science/History
This course provides teachers with instruction and practice for planning and delivering curriculum in the Social Science content area.7 weeks | 3 units
EDUC 206: Advanced Pedagogy Secondary English
This course provides teachers with instruction and practice for planning and delivering curriculum in the English content area.7 weeks | 3 units
Who should enroll?
Anyone can enroll; however, only teachers who hold an existing California credential can use the course to add the needed authorization to their teaching credential.
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On-line: PowerSchool Learning (LMS) and weekly online chat sessions required.
All syllabi, coursework, and feedback will be hosted on the HTH PowerSchool Learning Management System (LMS). Assignments will be submitted electronically via the dropbox feature on the LMS system. If you need assistance or login information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds will be based on when the withdrawal is received in writing to email@example.com.
Is CSET required?
Passage of the appropriate CSET exam(s) does not need to be completed prior to this course; however, completion of the Methods course in conjunction with passage of the CSET is needed to apply to the CTC for an added authorization.
Courses are graded on a credit/no credit basis. Full participation is encouraged and expected. Rather than focusing on a letter grade, the learning process is supported through collaborative conversation, critique, Put It To Practice (PITP) assignments and opportunities for revision. We will create work that is worth doing and worth sharing, often discussing the idea of audience and how to make a broader impact on the educational community. Courses are assessed in accordance with the following criteria: