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Welcome! College of Education Student Services Center. University Hall, Room 445 Nancy Proclivo Robert Erichsen Beverly Mahdavi Sylvia Hernandez John Bowman Lori Solarski Andi Shibata Gwen Hansen Adrienne Durso SB 2042 Multiple Subject Fall 2006.

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Welcome!College of EducationStudent Services Center

University Hall, Room 445

Nancy ProclivoRobert Erichsen

Beverly MahdaviSylvia Hernandez

John BowmanLori Solarski

Andi ShibataGwen Hansen

Adrienne Durso

SB 2042 Multiple Subject

Fall 2006


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COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONSTUDENT SERVICES CENTER

University Hall, Room 445

(760) 750-4277

www.csusm.edu/COE

Office HoursMonday – Friday

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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APPLICATION PACKET CONTAINS:

  • Credential Evaluation Application and

    On-line Recommendation Request

  • File Checklist

  • Subject Matter Authorization Workshop Information (attendance is optional)


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AGENDA

SB 2042 MULTIPLE SUBJECT PROGRAM

  • APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • ON-LINE APPLICATION AND VERIFICATION PROCESS

  • PROGRAM / CREDENTIALING REQUIREMENTS

  • RICA

  • AUTHORIZATION TO TEACH ENGLISH LEARNERS

  • BCLAD REQUIREMENTS

  • NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND – SUBJECT MATTER


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  • NEW STRUCTURE FOR PROFESSIONAL CLEAR REQUIREMENTS

  • JOB INFORMATION

  • ADDED AUTHORIZATION

  • SUPPLEMENTARY AUTHORIZATIONS /

  • SUBJECT MATTER AUTHORIZATIONS

AGENDA (continued)SB 2042 MULTIPLE SUBJECT PROGRAM


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PRIORITY DEADLINE DATEOctober 31, 2006

Please return credential application packet to:

Student Services Center

College of Education

Cal State San Marcos

University Hall, Room 445

San Marcos, CA 92096-0001


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PACKET

  • TO BE RETURNED TO STUDENT SERVICES CENTER:

  • Credential Evaluation Application and On-line Recommendation form including File Checklist

  • Credential Recommendation Fee of $25.00 – personal check payable to CSUSM

  • Optional: Supplementary OR Subject Matter Authorization request

  • PRIORITY DEADLINE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2006


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PACKET

If you apply by the priority deadline, you will be mailed

a Credential Evaluation Update by early December.

This update will advise you of any requirements

needed before recommendation of your credential.

PRIORITY DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31, 2006


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PROCESS

Mandatory electronic submission is

now required by the California Commission

on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC)

Electronic recommendations will not begin until after grades are posted –

January 12, 2007


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PROCESS

1st step

  • Complete and submit the credential application and recommendation fee by the priority deadline date.

    2nd step

  • Your file is reviewed to make sure all requirements have been met.

    After final grades are posted in late December or early January, and we verify that you have successfully completed all Fall semester coursework, CSUSM recommends you for a credential via the web.

    We anticipate the recommendation process will be complete by the end of January for those students who have met all requirements and submitted applications by the priority deadline date. All other applications will be processed on a date-order basis.


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PROCESS

3rd step

  • CCTC will email you a notification of recommendation for your credential. This notification will provide a link that instructs you to complete your credential application process.

  • You will also pay fees. Payment by MasterCard, VISA, debit/credit card, or a one-time credit card (available at most grocery stores) is the only option for payment of the on-line recommendation.

    The fee is $57.00 or $29.50 with credit for a Certificate of Clearance.


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PROCESS

3rd step - continued

  • CCTC notifies the student and CSUSM via email that all fees have been paid and student will be issued a credential.

  • Within ten to fifteen (10 – 15) working days, CCTC issues notification of credential issuance via email. This email serves as your verification (C-19) letter.


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CREDENTIAL APPLICATION PROCESS

4th step

  • Credential is issued by CCTC.

  • You may verify issuance of your credential at: https://teachercred.ctc.ca.gov/teachers/index.jsp or go to: www.ctc.ca.gov/ and click on “Lookup a Credential” located in the menu on the left-hand side of the screen.

    NOTE: It is important to notify CCTC, CSUSM Enrollment Services and COE Student Services Center of a change in mailing or email address, especially if there is a change before you receive your credential.


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DO YOU WANT TO BE PAID?

When you receive the document, don’t forget to register

your credential in the county of employment!

San Diego County:Riverside County:

Credentials DivisionCredentials & Certification Services

San Diego County Office of EducationRiverside County Office of Education

6401 Linda Vista Road, #404AP. O. Box 868

San Diego, CA 92111Riverside, CA 92502-0868

(858) 292-3581(951) 788-6669

San Diego Unified School District:Orange County:

Personnel AdministrationCredentials Division

San Diego Unified School DistrictOrange County Dept of Education

4100 Normal Street200 Kalmus Drive

San Diego, CA 92103Costa Mesa, CA 92628-9050

(619) 293-8150(714) 966-4236


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IMPORTANT DATES AND INFORMATIONThese dates will be helpful whencompleting resumes and job applications:Credential Effective Date:December 21, 2006Credential Expiration Date:January 1, 2012


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ADVISORY

As a result of the federal “No Child Left Behind” (NCLB) requirements, elementary teacher credential candidates admitted to a program after July 1, 2004 will be required to pass the CSET Multiple Subject Examination prior to enrollment in advanced student teaching and prior to obtaining a multiple subject credential in California.


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MSAT Scores are valid for 5 years.

The last valid MSAT exam date is

January 11, 2003.


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Because of NCLB teacher employment requirements for school districts, it is essential for ALL multiple subject teaching candidates to pass the CSET in order to be viable candidates for public school teaching positions. All candidates are advised to take and pass the CSET, even if their timeline for credential completion does not require it for issuance of the credential.


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CREDENTIALING REQUIREMENTS

  • CBEST EXAM

  • SUBJECT MATTER COMPETENCY REQUIREMENT:

    ORIGINAL MSAT/CSET SCORES

    OR

    ORIGINAL SUBJECT MATTER WAIVER LETTER

    if attended a university other than CSU San Marcos

  • EDUCATION 350

  • EDUCATION 364

  • EDUC 422 / 500


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CREDENTIALING REQUIREMENTScontinued

  • B.A. DEGREE – official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended including official transcript with bachelor’s degree posted

  • RICA

  • US CONSTITUTION COURSE OR EXAM

  • HEALTH EDUCATION COURSE

  • ORIGINAL CPR CARD - infant, child and adult

    submit original card and a copy of both sides of the card

  • SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF PROGRAM COURSEWORK INCLUDING STUDENT TEACHING


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Grading PoliciesCredit/No Credit (CR/NC) is given for student teaching/intern teaching. The minimum acceptable final grade for the courses in the professional education sequence is C+ (2.5), but a B (3.0) average must be maintained.Please refer to page 214 of the Cal State San Marcos General Catalog 2006-2008.


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RICA

You must provide a copy of your

RICA score sheet or have your test results reported electronically from the testing agency in order to qualify for the credential

(unofficial internet scores are not acceptable)

Next RICA: Regular Registration Deadline:

December 2, 2006November 3, 2006

www.rica.nesinc.com


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AUTHORIZATION TO TEACH ENGLISH LEARNERS

  • ELD – Instruction for English Language Development

  • SDAIE – Specially Designed Academic Instruction delivered in English

  • SB 2042 CREDENTIAL – SAME ENGLISH

    LEARNER AUTHORIZATION AS CLAD


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BCLAD: Spanish Emphasis

  • Pass written and oral assessment

  • EDML 553 & 554

  • One bilingual student teaching placement

    NOTE: All requirements must be met within one year of completion of program classes to qualify for the BCLAD emphasis.

    Authorization:

    ELD

    SDAIE

    Primary Language Instruction


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Health Education - Options

CSU San MarcosEDUC 571 – 2 units (includes CPR)

PE 203 – 3 units

PE 201 – 4 units

Mira Costa CollegeHealth Education 101 – 3 units

Palomar College

Health Education 100 – 3 units

Mesa CollegeHealth Education 190 – 1 unit

(on-line course offered over 3 – 4 Saturdays)


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Health Education - Options

If you are in the process of completing this requirement, please provide an official transcript with the course and grade posted.

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Please have an official transcript mailed to your home, then submit the official transcript to the COE Student Services Center for your file.


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CPR - Options

  • MUST COVER INFANT, CHILD AND ADULT

  • A-B-CPR(760) 434-7756(858) 693-3304

  • AMERICAN RED CROSS – Escondido(760) 745-3221

  • POMERADO HOSPITAL - Poway (858) 485-4175

  • AMERICAN RED CROSS – Oceanside(760) 757-5403


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ADDED AUTHORIZATION: SINGLE SUBJECTRequires a separate credential application and fee*

To add a Single Subject Authorization, complete:1. 3 semester unit or 4 quarter unit

Single Subject (Secondary) Methodology Course

AND

2.

a. Complete Subject Matter Competency:

Take the appropriate subject matter exams

Please refer to the CSET or Praxis/SSAT Exam bulletin.

OR

b. Complete appropriate Single Subject Waiver Program

*for application see http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/414.pdf


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Multiple Routes to AccessCalifornia’s Learning to Teach System

Preliminary

Professional

Clear Credential

Credential

Ongoing Professional

Growth

Induction

BTSA/Induction Programs

OR

University Program

(Only if BTSA/Induction is not

available)

  • Credential Renewal

  • Standards &

  • Criteria

  • 150 Clock Hours

  • 6 months teaching related activities


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Preliminary Credential to Professional Clear Credential

  • Completion of a Commission approved BTSA/Induction Program

  • If BTSA/Induction Program is not available – approved university program is acceptable


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Renewal of Professional Clear Credential

5 Year Renewal requires:

1. 150 Hours of Professional Growth and

2.6 Months of teaching related activitiesunder the supervision of a professional growthadvisor

Please note: Effective 01/01/07 this renewal process will be changing and more details will be provided as information becomes available.


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FOR JOB INFORMATIONCal State San Marcos Career Centerwww.csusm.edu/CAC/Job Fairs and Job ListingsSan Diego Training and Recruitment Center (619) 908-3600 For State-wide job openings seeww.ctc.ca.gov (CCTC) and click on “Other Links” for http://www.ed-join.org (EDJOIN) or www.calteach.com/about/ (Teach California)


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CSUSM TEACHER CAREER FAIR

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 2007

1:00PM – 4:00PM

California Center for the Arts

340 North Escondido Blvd.

Escondido, CA 92025


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OUT OF STATE CREDENTIALSTransferring California Certification to Another State

  • You will need to request a list of credential requirements and

    the appropriate application forms from the State Department of Education in the state where you wish to obtain certification.

  • Information for State Departments of Education can be found at:

    www.ctc.ca.gov

    Click on: Other Links

    Click on: Education Organization in Other States

  • Student Services Center processes the forms verifying completion of California credential to another state.


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Master of Arts in Education available at CSUSM

The College of Education MA program is currently being reshaped to allow for greater student choice and subject/course availability. Areas for a breadth of study will include:

  • Education Administration

  • Literacy Education

  • Teaching, Learning and Leadership

  • Science, Mathematics & Educational Technology for Diverse Populations

  • Critical Studies for Schooling, Language & Culture

    Applications for Fall 2007

    will be available online mid-January.


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Master of Arts in Education continued

  • Special Education

    • Level I (Add-on) program

    • Intern Opportunities

      • Capistrano Unified School District

      • Elsinore

      • Escondido High School District

      • Fallbrook Union High School District

      • Hemet

      • Murrieta

      • New Haven (private)

      • Oceanside

      • Perris Union High School District

      • Poway

      • San Diego City School

      • Solana Beach

      • Temecula

      • Vista

      • Winston (private)


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Commencement Ceremonies

SPRING 2007 CEREMONY

Date: May 19 or May 20, 2007

Place: TBA

Time: TBA

You do not need to apply for graduation.

You should receive information from

Enrollment Services

in February or March

www.csusm.edu/enroll/commencement.htm


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Supplementary Authorizations / Subject Matter Authorizations

Supplementary Authorizations continue to be availablehowever, they are not NCLB compliant.

New Subject Matter Authorizations are now available and

are NCLB compliant.

To sign up for a workshop, please call the Student Services Center at (760) 750-4277

The next workshop will be held on:

November 14, 2006

4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in UH 100

For additional information and worksheets, please see:

http://lynx.csusm.edu/coe/ssc/SMA.wkshp.asp


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