Single Subject Credential Program
The Single Subject Credential Program focuses on developing teachers who
- embrace core democratic values and strive to live and teach by them,
- know the content of the curriculum, including state-adopted standards, and be able to teach it to a diverse population of students,
- design learning experiences based on an understanding of students' physical, intellectual, emotional, social, cultural, and linguistic needs,
- utilize assessments to monitor student progress and modify instruction,
- create and maintain a democratic learning environment that supports all students’ academic and personal success,
- develop as a reflective practitioner who exercises legal and ethical responsibility and engages in continuous professional renewal, and
- understand the role of teachers as moral stewards of the school and community.
This program leads to a Preliminary Single Subject Credential (secondary school setting - middle or high school). Candidates may begin in fall or spring and participate in supervised teaching practica throughout northeastern California.
Candidates are able to complete programs leading to credentials through a variety of delivery options. All candidates follow the education block system. Assigned faculty advisors assist candidates with program planning.
For pre-program advising, please visit Tehama 101, call 530-898-6421, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Al Schademan