Presentation on theme: "+ How 2 B a CTE Teacher 5:00-5:15- Registration and Welcome 5:15-6:15- Dinner and CTE Educator Spotlight Charles Freeman- Director of Nursing David Rengh-"— Presentation transcript:
+ How 2 B a CTE Teacher 5:00-5:15- Registration and Welcome 5:15-6:15- Dinner and CTE Educator Spotlight Charles Freeman- Director of Nursing David Rengh- Business/CIS instructor David Castillo- Westside Institute of Technology Nancy Jeffcoach- WHC Lemoore Childhood Development Centers 6:15-7:15- FPU Designated Subject CTE credential JoEllen Misakian- Fresno Pacific University Mary West- Fresno Pacific University 7:15-7:30- Questions, Answers, Wrap up The PowerPoint will be available on T.E.A.M. Teach website!
+ The Designated Subject Program At Fresno Pacific University School of Education Adult Education Career Technical Education (CTE) Special Subjects Supervision & Coordination What is the Designated Subject Credential Program
+ The credential allows… These four different credentials allow teachers to teach courses in: Adult education schools/programs, ROP programs (career technical education), Prisons (vocational), and High school NJROTC programs
+ Adult Education Credential Requirements Education or degree in subject area to be named on the credential Passage of CBEST US Constitution requirement (if full-time credential) A year of teaching in a subject area (single subject credential) may meet requirements
+ Adult Education Courses Five Courses = Ten Units Computer Technology / 1-unit Instructional Strategies & Evaluation / 2-unit Perspectives on the Adult Learner / 2-unit Curriculum, Instructional Technology, etc. / 3-unit Interpersonal Relations, Counseling and Guidance / 2-unit
+ Career Technical Education (CTE) Credential (new program) Requirements for the preliminary credential: Three years of experience in the subject named on the credential Possession of a high school diploma or equivalency Satisfaction of teacher fitness (fingerprint clearance) Minimum experience to teach the class assigned by the employer Requirements for the clear credential: Completion of 15 units of advanced preparation with multiple measures demonstrating proficiency in all competencies.
+ Career Technical Education (CTE) Credential (new program) Eight courses = 15 units DSE 400: Early Orientation / 2 DSE: 405: Educational Technology / 1 DSE: 410: Foundations of CTE Standards/History / 1 DSE: 415 Curriculum Development / 3 DSE 420: Learning & Instruction / 3 DSE 425: Classroom & Lab Management / 1 DSE 430: Assessing Student Learning / 2 DSE 435: Special Needs / 2
+ Career Technical Education (CTE) Credential (new program) The 15 sectors applicable to career technical education for public schools are identified in the California CTE Model Curriculum Standards. They are: Agriculture and Natural Resources Industry Arts, Media, and Entertainment Industry Building Trades and Construction Industry Education, Child Development, and Family Services Industry Energy and Utilities Industry Engineering and Design Industry Fashion and Interior Design Industry
+ Career Technical Education (CTE) Credential (new program) Finance and Business Industry Health Science and Medical Technology Industry Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Industry Information Technology Industry Manufacturing and Product Development Industry Marketing, Sales, and Service Industry Public Services Industry Transportation Industry
+ Special Subjects Credential Can be earned within the Designated Subjects courses for those possessing a preliminary special subjects teaching credential and specializing in a particular subject area. Candidates are required to: Earn nine units in the career technical education/ vocational education 300 or 400 series of courses. Complete the courses within the first two years of credential issuance.
+ Supervision & Coordination Credential The credential consists of 6 units of coursework following completion of the adult education program. These two, 3-unit courses are designed to be offered as a directed study. Allows candidates to become supervisors.
+ Entrance procedures Step 1 Contact Barbara Horn for an appointment with Mary or Jo Ellen Step 2 Complete a one-page application Step 3 Complete registration application send to registrar’s office Fees: $115 per unit Step 4 Attend class on Main Campus or Visalia Center
+ Contact Information Jo Ellen Priest Misakian, Program Director (Main Campus) Phone: Mary West, Program Coordinator (Main Campus) Phone: Barbara Horn, Program Assistant (Visalia) Phone:
+ Future plans for the program with FPU as the program sponsor Recently received approval to offer the new Career Technical Program reflecting new California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) standards. Planning to move the program into the online format Expecting to write to the new CTC Adult Education standards