The Designated Subject Program - West Hills Community College

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How 2 B a CTE Teacher
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Registration and Welcome
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Dinner and CTE Educator Spotlight
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Charles Freeman- Director of Nursing
David Rengh- Business/CIS instructor
David Castillo- Westside Institute of Technology
Nancy Jeffcoach- WHC Lemoore Childhood Development Centers
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FPU Designated Subject CTE credential
JoEllen Misakian- Fresno Pacific University
Mary West- Fresno Pacific University
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What is the
Designated Subject
Credential Program
Adult Education
Special Subjects
Career
Technical
Education
(CTE)
Supervision
&
Coordination
The Designated Subject
Program
At Fresno Pacific University
School of Education
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The credential allows…
These four different credentials allow teachers
to teach courses in:
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Adult education schools/programs,
ROP programs (career technical education),
Prisons (vocational), and
High school NJROTC programs
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Adult Education Credential
Requirements
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Education or degree in subject area to be named on the
credential
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Passage of CBEST
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US Constitution requirement (if full-time credential)
A year of teaching in a subject area (single subject
credential) may meet requirements
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Adult Education Courses
Five Courses = Ten Units
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Computer Technology / 1-unit
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Instructional Strategies & Evaluation / 2-unit
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Perspectives on the Adult Learner / 2-unit
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Curriculum, Instructional Technology, etc. / 3-unit
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Interpersonal Relations, Counseling and Guidance / 2-unit
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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:
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Completion of 15 units of advanced preparation with multiple
measures demonstrating proficiency in all competencies.
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Career Technical Education (CTE)
Credential (new program)
Eight courses = 15 units
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DSE 400: Early Orientation / 2
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DSE: 405: Educational Technology / 1
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DSE: 410: Foundations of CTE Standards/History / 1
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DSE: 415 Curriculum Development / 3
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DSE 420: Learning & Instruction / 3
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DSE 425: Classroom & Lab Management / 1
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DSE 430: Assessing Student Learning / 2
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DSE 435: Special Needs / 2
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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:
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Agriculture and Natural Resources Industry
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Arts, Media, and Entertainment Industry
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Building Trades and Construction Industry
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Education, Child Development, and Family Services Industry
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Energy and Utilities Industry
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Engineering and Design Industry
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Fashion and Interior Design Industry
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Career Technical Education (CTE)
Credential (new program)
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Finance and Business Industry
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Health Science and Medical Technology Industry
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Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Industry
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Information Technology Industry
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Manufacturing and Product Development Industry
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Marketing, Sales, and Service Industry
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Public Services Industry
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Transportation Industry
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Special Subjects
Credential
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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:
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Earn nine units in the career technical education/ vocational
education 300 or 400 series of courses.
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Complete the courses within the first two years of
credential issuance.
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Supervision & Coordination
Credential
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The credential consists of 6 units of coursework
following completion of the adult education program.
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These two, 3-unit courses are designed to be offered as a
directed study.
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Allows candidates to become supervisors.
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Entrance procedures
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Step 1
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Step 2
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Contact Barbara Horn for an appointment with Mary or Jo Ellen
Complete a one-page application
Step 3
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Complete registration application send to registrar’s office
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Fees: $115 per unit
Step 4
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Attend class on Main Campus or Visalia Center
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Contact Information
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Jo Ellen Priest Misakian, Program Director (Main
Campus)
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eMail: [email protected]
Mary West , Program Coordinator (Main Campus)
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Phone: 453-2291
Phone: 453-5693
eMail: [email protected]
Barbara Horn, Program Assistant (Visalia)
Phone: 622-9958
eMail: [email protected]
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Future plans for the program
with FPU as the program sponsor
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Recently received approval to offer the new Career
Technical Program reflecting new California
Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) standards.
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Planning to move the program into the online format
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Expecting to write to the new CTC Adult Education
standards

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