Nov 27, 2022
School: California School of Education
Calendar(s): 8-week term
CIP Code: 13.0201
This program provides teacher candidates with the history of the use of languages other than English in California schools. Candidates develop an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of educational practices related to bilingual education. Bilingual teacher candidates recognize and teach in various models of bilingual programs, whether they serve students who are learning English, or meeting the needs of English proficient students who are developing proficiency in a second language. Bilingual teachers also serve as resources to enable their students to become productive members of a global society. They also represent a cultural and linguistic bridge that links the bilingual community to the larger society. They understand that their students and parents are valuable linguistic and cultural resources.
Program Learning Outcomes/Goals
PLO 1: Demonstrate professional educator skills and apply critical thinking skills in the context of bilingual educational settings.
PLO 2: Demonstrate competence in interpersonal, oral, written, and technological skills in individual and multicultural team environments.
PLO 3: Demonstrate the ability to collect, analyze, and critically evaluate data as information to arrive at rational pedagogical decisions.
PLO 4: Demonstrate the ability to make ethical and socially responsible decisions in bilingual education scenarios.
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Internship, Practicum, and/or Dissertation information
Concurrent bilingual authorization candidates are candidates seeking to earn both a Preliminary teaching credential and a Bilingual Authorization as part of their initial preparation for the credential. Reference the catalog program plan of study for details according to the associated program pathway (i.e. Multiple Subject, Single Subject, or Education Specialist Standard Intern).
Post bilingual candidates are candidates who hold a credential and may already be teaching but are adding a Bilingual Authorization. Candidates who already hold a credential have demonstrated their ability to teach in a non-bilingual setting and typically hold an English Learner Authorization. Additional Fieldwork opportunities for candidates to observe a variety of experiences are embedded within the Culture of Emphasis coursework.
Total Credit Units: 9
Total Core Credit Units: 9
Total Elective Credit Units: N/A
Total Concentration Credit Units: N/A
Prior to admittance to program, evidence of language competency determined by passing CSET LOTE III (Spanish or Mandarin, as applicable).
At completion of program course work, verification of appropriate CSET: LOTE language examination (Spanish or Mandarin, as applicable).
8-Week Calendar (Concurrent Credential)
Candidates in the Concurrent program format will utilize the following Plan of Study, with courses taken subsequent to their Credential course work.
Concurrent Program- reference the catalog program plan of study for details about Clinical Practice experiences according to the associated program pathway (i.e. Multiple Subject, Single Subject, or Education Specialist Standard Intern).
8-Week Calendar (Post Credential)
Candidates in the Post Credential program format will utilize the following Plan of Study. This format includes Clinical Practice via differentiation activity (integration).