The California 2042 Single Subject Credential with English Learner Authorization program prepares individuals to teach a specific subject, such as math or English, in a departmentalized (K-12) classroom. This credential allows the holder to teach English language learners and is typically required of those who teach at the middle school or high school level. Credential courses and fieldwork experiences are aligned with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) Teaching Performance Expectations and reflect current research in education and best practices. Candidates utilize Common Core Standards and other state content standards to design engaging lessons and develop skills in planning and differentiating instruction, classroom management, and assessment. In addition, the program focuses on the use of technology in the classroom and the development of 21st Century Skills.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Focused Inquiry: Examine classroom, school and the community contexts and use information to plan and design learning experiences.
- Positive Learning Environment: Develop and utilize classroom management strategies that support student learning and encourage positive social interaction.
- Curriculum Design: Create learning experiences that make subject matter accessible and comprehensible to students.
- Instruction: Differentiate instruction based on the needs of students.
- Assessment: Utilize multiple methods of assessment to monitor learning and inform instruction.
- Clinical Practice: Apply subject matter pedagogical skills in authentic settings and continually reflect on and evaluate the effects of decisions and actions on others.