The Culture and Context section covers:
North Coast Beginning Teacher Program
For California Applicants
Can I clear my preliminary credential if it has expired?Yes. As long as the teacher meets the eligibility requirements above, the teacher may still enroll and participate in induction with an expired credential. Most public school employers will require the teacher to appeal for an extension. Please view the CTC AL-3 leaflet for instructions on the appeal process:
The staff at the Monterey County Office of Education has expertise in deciphering credential codes, assessing equivalencies for work from other agencies/programs, re-activating expired credentials
Linked below are some samples of what we are looking for.
Antioch USD BTSA
Preconditions and Program Standards 2015 General Education (Multiple Subject/Single Subject) Induction Program Preconditions and Program Standards
Source: California Teacher Induction
California Teacher Induction Program Directors
National Board Certification
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
National Board Certified Teachers
National Board Support Program
Teaching English Learners
Content standards were designed to encourage the highest achievement of every student, by defining the knowledge, concepts, and skills that students should acquire at each grade level.
Only credential students enrolled in 6 or more required units each semester will receive a Pell Grant disbursement. If you take less than 6 required units in a semester, your Pell Grant amount will be $0 for that semester.
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certification Incentive Program provides a $20,000 incentive award for California National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) who teach in high-priority schools. This award is “granted to the extent that funds have been appropriated for this purpose in the annual Budget Act.”
WHAT DOES THE BILINGUAL AUTHORIZATION AUTHORIZE ME TO TEACH?
The Bilingual Authorization authorizes the following instruction to English learners:
Instruction for English language development (ELD) designed specifically for EL students to develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in English.
Instruction for primary language development for EL students to develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in their primary language.
Specially Designed Academic Instruction Delivered in English (SDAIE) – instruction in a subject area delivered in English that is specially designed to provide EL students with access to the curriculum.
Content Instruction Delivered in the Primary Language – instruction for EL students in a subject area delivered in the students’ primary language.