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Liberal Studies

Social Sciences Guided Pathway Division

 

ELEMENTARY TEACHING

Teacher Preparation Option- AA

This degree is designed for students who wish to earn a multiple-subject teaching credential authorizing them to teach in grades K-5. Students will study a broad range of subjects to prepare them for teaching, including English, mathematics, science, social science, visual and performing arts, and human development. Competencies will be assessed regularly through projects, examinations, laboratory experiments, and presentations. Program assessment will be conducted by tracking student placement in teacher preparation programs at the university level.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES: 

Upon successful completion of the degree program students will be able to:

  • Integrate an understanding of the needs, characteristics, and multiple influences on the development of children ranging from birth to adolescence as related to high quality care and education.
  • Design, implement and evaluate environments and activities that support positive developmental play and learning outcomes for all children.
  • Apply effective observation, assessment, guidance, and interaction strategies that support all children's social and emotional development.

 

Elementary Teacher Education- AAT

The program is designed for students who wish to earn a multiple-subject teaching credential authorizing them to teach in grades K-5. Students will study a broad range of subjects to prepare them for teaching, including English, mathematics, science, social science, visual and performing arts, and human development. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be prepared to transfer to a CSU and major in Liberal Studies. Competencies will be assessed regularly through projects, examinations, laboratory experiments, and presentations.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES: 

Upon successful completion of the degree program students will be able to:

  • Integrate an understanding of the needs, characteristics, and multiple influences on the development of children ranging from birth to adolescence as related to high quality care and education.
  • Design, implement and evaluate environments and activities that support positive developmental play and learning outcomes for all children.
  • Apply effective observation, assessment, guidance, and interaction strategies that support all children's social and emotional development.

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