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1
For more information
www.gse.uci.edu
Department of EducationTeacher Education Programs
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Teacher Education in CA
  • How do I become a teacher in California?
  • Complete the State requirements (see Application
    page)
  • 1-2 year preparation program to obtain your
    preliminary credential (offered here at UCI and
    other institutions)
  • 2 years to complete an Induction Program
    (Beginning Teacher Support Assessment BTSA)
    to clear your credential. (Your employer will
    help you obtain this.)
  • Continuous professional development
    http//unex.uci.edu/certificates/education

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Is There a Need for Teachers?
  • Youve probably seen some of the layoffs that
    have occurred in the past year or so, and are
    wondering, Is there going to be a job out there
    for me? Here are some factors you may consider
    about teaching.
  • Retiring Teachers many teachers born in the
    baby-boom era are now ready to retire.
  • Studies project a need for 300,000 new teachers
    in California in the next 10 years.
  • Certain fields are always in need of teachers
    Math, Sciences, and Special Education
  • The Federal government has set Education as a
    priority for its budget and stimulus, promising a
    fruitful future.
  • Making yourself more marketable is also a
    consideration in this time. You will do this by
    going to a good school, and then also by adding
    supplementary credentials (usually by merely
    taking the CSET and methods course in that area!)
    Come to an info session for details!

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Teachers Pay
  • Teacher compensation varies by district and by
    education and sometimes, even by subject.
  • Here are some examples
  • Irvine, 2007-2008
  • 48,361 1st year teacher Bachelors
    Credential
  • 49,089 1st year teacher BA, Cred., 45
    units
  • 65,743 10th year of teaching, BA, Cred. 45
    units
  • Garden Grove, 2006-2007
  • 47,432 1st year teacher, Bachelors Credential
  • 47,652 1st year teacher BA, Cred., 30 units
  • 71,477 10th yr of teaching, BA, Cred. 30 units

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The Application Process
  • Application
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation
  • Personal Statement
  • Transcripts
  • GRE (MAT applicants only)
  • Due by January 14 (preferred admission)

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To Begin the Program
  • Certificate of Clearance (top priority)
  • TB Test
  • CBEST
  • CSET
  • CPR
  • US Constitution
  • Submit the above by August 1

7
Structure of the Program
What would the Credential program look like?
Generic MAT/Credential subject to change by
program and year. This calendar does NOT apply to
Spring Start Program. MAT 1 What if
you change your mind on the M.A.T program in the
middle of the Credential? Add the M.A.T.
later! MAT 2
Summer MAT courses
Fall Active Observing Credential Classes
Winter Student Teaching Credential Classes
Spring Student Teaching Credential Classes
Summer MAT courses
Fall Active Observing Credential Classes
Winter Student Teaching Credential Classes
Spring Student Teaching Credential Classes
Summer MAT courses
Summer MAT courses
Teaching!
Credential Program is mid-August to mid-July and
is all that is required to teach in CA.
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Classes to Get Ahead
Undergrad Course Course Topic MS Course SS Course
Educ 107 Child Development Educ 330
Educ 108 Adolescent Development Educ 350
Educ 124 Multicultural/Diversity Educ 327 Educ 347 AB
Educ 137 Art (Elementary) Educ 325
Educ 128 Special Populations Educ 328 Educ 348
Educ 131, 139 OR 152F Technology Educ 334
Educ 173 OR 176 Cognition Learning Educ 173 Educ 173
If you are not a UCI student, you can enroll
using Access UCI (http//unex.uci.edu/courses/a
ccess_uci/) or during Summer Sessions
(http//summer.uci.edu).
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Required Courses Single Subject
  • ED173 (4) Cognition Learning in Educational
    Settings
  • ED 302 (2) Directed Secondary Field Experiences
    (90 hours of fieldwork)
  • ED 305 (4) Learning to Learn From Teaching
  • ED 307 (8/12) Student Teaching in the Secondary
    School
  • OR
  • ED 309 (8/12) Supervised Teaching in Bilingual
    Education
  • ED 310 (1) PACT Teaching Event
  • ED 334 (2) Literacy Technology in the Secondary
    Classroom
  • ED 336-341 (4) Methods of Teaching (Languages
    Other than English, Mathematics, Music, Science,
    Social Science or Visual Arts) in the Secondary
    School
  • ED 342 (4) Applied Instructional Strategies in
    Secondary Schools (Languages Other than English,
    Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Science or
    Visual Arts. This course may be distributed over
    2 quarters _at_ 2 units each.)
  • ED 346 (4) Reading Writing in the Middle High
    School Classroom
  • ED 347A (2) Foundations of Equity Diversity for
    Secondary School Teachers
  • ED 347B (2) Foundations of Equity Diversity for
    Secondary School Teachers
  • ED 348 (2) Theory Methods of Instruction of
    Special Populations in the General Education
    Classroom, Secondary
  • ED 349 (4) Theories Methods of English Language
    Development Applied to Secondary Schools
  • ED 350 (4) Adolescent Development
  • ED 352 (2) Creating a Supportive and Healthy
    Environment for Student Learning in the Secondary
    Classroom
  • TOTAL Program UNITS 58

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Required Courses Multiple Subject
  • ED173 (4) Cognition Learning in Educational
    Settings
  • ED 301 (1) Directed Field Experiences in Diverse
    Elementary Schools (90 fieldwork hours)
  • ED 303 (3) Learning to Learn from Teaching in
    Elementary Schools
  • ED 304 (8/12) Student Teaching in the Elementary
    School OR
  • ED 306 (8/12) Supervised Teaching in Bilingual
    Education
  • ED 308 (1) Performance Assessment for California
    Teachers, Multiple Subjects
  • ED 320 (2) Teaching Physical Education in
    Elementary School
  • ED 322 (4) Curriculum Methods for Elementary
    School Mathematics
  • ED 323 (4) Curriculum Methods for Elementary
    School Science
  • ED 324 (4) Curriculum Methods for Elementary
    School Language Arts Integrated with Social
    Studies
  • ED 325 (2) Teaching Visual Performing Arts in
    Elementary School
  • ED 326 (4) Curriculum Methods for Elementary
    School Reading
  • ED 327 (2) Foundations of Equity Diversity for
    Elementary School Teachers
  • ED 328 (2) Theory Methods of Instruction of
    Special Populations in the General Education
    Classroom, Elementary
  • ED 329 (4) Theories Methods of English
    Language Development Applied to Elementary
    Schools
  • ED 330 (4) Child Development in Education
  • ED 332 (2) Creating a Supportive Healthy
    Environment for Student Learning in the
    Elementary Classroom General Subjects
  • TOTAL PROGRAM UNITS 59

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M.A.T. Masters of Art in Teaching
The MAT in Education is a full-time program for
people seeking careers in teaching and who are
interested in earning a Masters degree and a
teaching credential. Most MAT students complete
the program in 15 months, two summers and an
academic year. There is the option of entering
the MAT Program in the summer immediately
following the completion of teaching credential
coursework at UCI. However, potential applicants
who have competed their credential elsewhere or
earlier than immediately preceding the teaching
credential program will not be considered. The
program of study includes six core MAT courses,
one of the UCI teaching credential programs
(single or multiple subject), and a comprehensive
exam. Students participating in the Spring Start
Intern Program can add the MAT following the
Intern Program is completed. While the MAT
Program is a full-time program, students can work
in the summers, but find it more difficult to fit
in part-time work during the credential
program. Courses are taught by Department of
Education research faculty and expert lecturers.
This blend of research and practice (praxis)
prepares future teachers for the academic,
social, and policy challenges of teaching in
todays diverse urban and suburban
classrooms How is the MAT different from the
Credential? The program is two summers in
addition to the credential. The MAT is a Masters
of Arts in Teaching, which is an advanced degree,
and increases your salary when you are hired.
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M.A.T. Masters of Art in Teaching
1st Summer (can be before or after the
credential coursework) EDUC 201 Teachers' Lives
and the Policy Environment of Teaching EDUC 202
Outcomes of Schooling and Student Assessment
EDUC 203 Advanced Concepts in Learning and
Cognition EDUC 173 Cognition and Learning in
Educational Settings is a pre-requisite to the
first summer MAT coursework and is offered in the
first summer. 2nd Summer (can be done
immediately after the credential, OR after a year
of teaching) EDUC 205 Critical Assessment of
Teaching Practice and Learning EDUC 206
Cognition and Pedagogy in Specific School
Subjects OR EDUC 207 or Cognition and Pedagogy
in Quantitative Literacy EDUC 240 Instructional
Design and Educational Technologies (Education
240).
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Spring Start Intern Program
What is theSpring Start Program? The Spring
Start Student Teaching and Intern Program begins
in spring with intense fieldwork and student
teaching and continues in the summer with courses
only. Then, depending on the demonstrated level
of competence and the availability of jobs, you
might receive an offer for paid intern teaching.
If you are successful in fieldwork but dont
receive an internship, you can student teach in
the fall. For this program, the bulk of
coursework is front-loaded in Spring and Summer.
For further information see http//www.gse.uci.edu
/AP_ITCP_Index.php.
Interested in an Internship? Intern teachers are
selected by partner school districts. Candidates
who are selected for internships typically have
these characteristics - Previous formal
teaching experience such as substitute teaching,
private school, Peace Corps, adult education -
Extensive informal teaching experience such as
college teaching assistant, summer camp,
corporate training - Strong organizational
skills - Self-directedness - Motivation to
succeed in a high-demand environment - Strong
subject matter competence (passed CSET) If you
become an intern, you will be in the program for
five quarters. You will be eligible for your
preliminary credential at the end of your
internship.
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Spring Start Intern Program
Spring Start Coordinator Karol Gottfredson kgottfr
e_at_uci.edu 949-824-6805
15
Cost of the Program
Graduate Living On Campus Graduate Living Off Campus
Books Supplies 1,326.00 1,326.00
Room Board 11,030.00 17,185.00
Personal Expenses 2,304.00 2,304.00
Transportation 2,418.00 2,418.00
Tuition Fees 13,415.50 13,415.50
Total 30,493.50 36,648.50
For non-residents of CA, add 15,102 to the total
cost of Tuition Fees.
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Financial Assistance
  • Federal Financial Aid fill out FAFSA
    (www.fafsa.ed.gov). Speak with Kookie Vu
    (kpvu_at_uci.edu) in UCI Financial Aid office
  • The UC Irvine Financial Aid Office
    (http//www.ofas.uci.edu/content/) can assist you
    with additional information about Cal Grant and
    federal and university loan programs.
  • Other important information about financing your
    graduate education can be found in the Office of
    Graduate Studies (http//www.grad.uci.edu/prospect
    ive/finance_edu.htm)
  • Go to the library. Find The Grants Register in
    Langson Bound Periodicals (UCI Call number LB
    2338.G7 2008) to find grants and scholarships
    that may apply to you.
  • Use online search engines such as the following
    http//www.collegescholarships.org/scholarships/te
    aching-students.htm http//www.aft.org/tools4teac
    hers/loan-forgiveness.htmhttp//scholarships.fato
    mei.com/education.htmlhttp//www.cos.com/

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Financial Assistance (cont.)
  • Master's and Credential Program FUNDING options
    (apply online at http//www.gse.uci.edu/PS_FYE.php
    )
  • APLE (Assumption Program of Loans for
    Education). The APLE Commission may assume up to
    11,000 in outstanding educational loans in
    return for four consecutive years of full time
    eligible teaching service in a California K-12
    public school.
  • TEACH Grants. Up to 16,000. The goal of this
    scholarship program is to provide financial
    incentives and academic support for aspiring
    teachers who will teach in high-need
    (academically culturally diverse) schools. Must
    have undergraduate GPA of 3.25.
  • Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship for Future
    Teachers. The Rho chapter of the Delta Kappa
    Gamma Society International, a society of
    educators throughout the United States and other
    countries, is vitally interested in assisting
    women who are pursuing a career in education by
    offering recruitment grants to women who both
    demonstrate academic promise and financial need.
    Awards vary up to 500 each.
  • California Retired Teachers Association, Laura
    Settle Scholarship. The Laura E. Settle
    Foundation awards 2,000 to a credential student
    that possesses an average to high scholastic
    standing, a record of exemplary character, and
    financial need.
  • Owen Thomas Memorial Scholarship for UCI English
    Undergraduates. The Owen Thomas Scholarship is
    awarded to honor outstanding undergraduate
    scholarship in English and a commitment to
    secondary English teaching.
  • Pi Lambda Theta Scholarships Grants. An
    international honor society and professional
    association in education. Please go directly to
    the organizations website for more information
    on the application process http//www.pilambda.or
    g/index.php?pageId8scholarships_grants.

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Certificate of Clearance (CoC)
  1. Please make obtaining the CoC a priority even
    prior to submitting an application. Not having
    the CoC in place disqualifies you from
    participating in any teacher education program in
    California.
  2. Go online to http//www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/how
    -to-apply.html
  3. Print the fingerprinting (LiveScan) form (PDF
    file).
  4. Go to the any approved location to get your
    fingerprints scanned. There will be a 51 fee,
    plus additional service fees the vendor may
    apply. You may consider visiting the Orange
    County Department of Education, located by John
    Wayne Airport. Here is their website for
    directions http//www.ocde.k12.ca.us/. They are
    faster and less expensive than a police station,
    and will help you fill out the documents.
  5. Go back to the same website (see 1 above) and
    this time click on Online Direct Application Site
    (1c). Complete the online form and pay 29.50
    application fee.
  6. Please complete the fingerprinting and online
    application within seven (7) days of each other.
  7. The Certificate of Clearance is searchable by the
    public online at https//teachercred.ctc.ca.gov/t
    eachers/PublicSearchProxy.

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Campus Resources
Graduate Housing at UCI UCI offers graduate and
married student housing. Credential and MAT
students are not guaranteed housing, however you
may apply and get on a waitlist. Please see
this link for details! http//www.housing.uci.edu
/och/
Childcare Services at UCI UCI offers childcare
services. Child Care Services promotes
participation of student, staff and faculty
parents in the teaching, learning, and research
missions of the University. Please see this
link for details! http//www.childcare.uci.edu/
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The UCI Difference
  • 9-month Credential Program
  • No Prerequisites
  • Early start options
  • Support System of faculty, staff community
  • Internationally Respected Research University
  • Master of Arts in Teaching options
  • Free test preparation help
  • Cohort system small learning communities
  • Each institution in California that offers a
    teaching credential must be Accredited and must
    enforce the state requirements of CBEST, CSET,
    Certificate of Clearance, Tuberculosis test, and
    US Constitution requirement.
  • The Department of Education has strong external
    funding support for research, which allows our
    faculty and department to expand every year. Not
    only does this allow you to access the best
    faculty in the field, but you are on the cutting
    edge of the field!

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The Students Make the Program
  • Students are
  • Diverse student body and instructional staff
  • Recent grads, career changers, those looking for
    a meaningful vocation
  • Invested in California
  • Interested in change
  • Educational leaders
  • Committed to and value diversity
  • Invested in the learning process and the cohort
    concept

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Application Deadlines
  • Credential MAT w/Credential for Fall 2011
  • January 14, 2011(For preferred admission. Will
    continue to accept applications until program is
    full.)
  • Intern Program for Spring 2011
  • January 7, 2011
  • For Information on the Application Process,
  • Visit http//www.gse.uci.edu/academic_programs/ind
    ex.php/
  • OR
  • Call 949-824-7832
  • OR
  • gseinfo_at_uci.edu

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What you can do right now!
  • Apply for 30-day Emergency Credential OR
    Certificate of Clearance and substitute teach!
  • Complete Online Application
  • Request letters of recommendation
  • Draft and Edit Application Essays
  • Order Transcripts from all undergraduate
    institutions
  • Take the CBEST CSET tests
  • Make TB test appointment
  • Research US Constitution tests and courses
  • Take courses to get ahead
  • Make an appointment to speak with an admissions
    counselor
  • Visit the Department of Education Website
    www.gse.uci.edu

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Interested in Substitute Teaching?
  • Take the following documentation to the Orange
    County Department of Education (http//www.ocde.k1
    2.ca.us/)
  • CBEST result
  • TB Test results
  • Proof of your Bachelors degree
  • Certificate of Clearance Orange County
    Department of Education (OCDE)200 Kalmus Dr,
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626Main Phone (714)
    966-4000CREDENTIALS/LIVE SCAN
    SERVICESCredentials (714) 966-4236Live Scan
    (714) 966-4306FAX (714) 545-0443
  • Note OCDE also offers a Special Education
    Internship program. Website http//leadership.ocd
    e.us/dip.htm.

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DoE Staff Information
Director Judi Conroy (jconroy_at_uci.edu)Education
Minor Gisela Verduzco (gverduzc_at_uci.edu)Credenti
al Analyst Sarah Singh (sksingh_at_uci.edu))Schedul
ing/Admin Elysia Dagert (edagert_at_uci.edu)Admissi
ons Marie Nubia-Feliciano (menubia_at_uci.edu)Ph.D.
Admissions Nancy Christensen (nchriste_at_uci.edu)
Doctorate Programs Leora Fellus
(lfellus_at_uci.edu) Department of Education
Facebook Page http//www.facebook.com/!/group.ph
p?gid58444669586refts Monthly Information
Sessions http//www.gse.uci.edu/ai_is.php
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