Take your Teaching Career on a Field Trip - Ever dream of traveling or working in another country? You can do so by teaching abroad. For more information or to find teaching positions go to http://www.footprintsrecruiting.com.
The 2014 Credit Recovery and Extended School Year (ESY) program information is now available. Credit Recovery programs will be June 16, 2014-July 18, 2014. Extended School Year programs will be June 16, 2014 – July 11, 2014.The summer school application period will be Monday, March 10, 2014 – Friday, March 28, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Staff interested in an assignment must apply online at http://summer.lausd.net. Please click here for more information on ESY.
Current teachers who would like to register as a day-to-day substitute for summer school may do so by following the isntructions in MEM 6248.0 K-12 Teacher Summer School Substitute Registration.
Teaching Policy Fellows – The Teaching Policy Fellowship is a highly selective 16-month fellowship that engages early-career teachers in addressing the question: What policies would retain highly effective teachers in the profession? Fellows meet monthly to connect with education leaders; learn about education reform; and collaborate with solutions-oriented peers to make an impact on policies that will ensure that a greater proportion of urban students have access to effective, experienced teachers. Fellows receive a $2,400 stipend for their commitment. Deadline to apply: April 20th 2014. http://www.teachplus.org
INTERESTED IN A COMBINED SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHING CREDENTIAL/MASTER’S DEGREE IN 2 YEARS? – The Accelerated Collaborative Teacher Residency (ACT-R) Program may be for YOU! Stipends of up to $35,000 are available for ACT-R candidates. ACT-R candidates obtain a credential in one year through full-time study as a teacher in residence. In the second year, graduates are employed in LAUSD and complete their Master’s Degree and Clear Credential while on-the-job. ACT-R is offered by California State University Northridge in partnership with the Los Angeles Unified School District. For more information please click here.
Click here for Incentives and Resources for Current and Prospective Teachers
Master of Science in Educational Administration
Now accepting applications for Fall 2014 (Priority deadline May 1)
The Master of Science in Administration and Preliminary Administrative Services Credential program is designed for working educators who seek a personally transforming leadership program.
Program at a Glance:
To get started contact Tammy Hong at 310-568-5622 or tammy.hong@Pepperdine.edu. Visit our website at http://gsep.pepperdine.edu.
- The 11-month comprehensive program is designed for full-time working professionals, with courses offered once a month on weekends and online in-between sessions.
- Technology blended cohort format of 60 percent face-to-face meetings balanced with 40 percent online segments
- Upon graduation, you will be eligible for the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential, which qualifies you to serve as a principal, administrator, supervisor, or in other leadership positions.
- A curriculum that links research and theory with the best professional practices
- The development of skills and competencies to articulate and implement a long term vision for today’s diverse classrooms.
- Opportunities for interacting with outstanding administrators to provide experiential learning
Master of Arts in Education: Educational Psychology
Now accepting applications for Fall 2014 (Priority deadline June 1)
Program at a Glance:
- 30-unit master's degree
- Complete in as little as ONE YEAR!
- This pathway includes the study of human development and issues in social psychology, cognition, instruction, and assessment.
- Blended format: 75% face-to-face meetings and 255 online segments
- Begins in September (Fall) or January
The Many Benefits of Attending Pepperdine Include:
- Learning from nationally-recognized faculty
- Thriving in a supportive environment with small class sizes
- Gaining hands-on experience through Action Research which links learning to real-world experience
- Getting the classes you need to graduate on time
- Expanding your professional network through our dedicated career services department
- Developing meaningful relationships and becoming part of a strong alumni network
Pepperdine has graduate campuses located across Southern California in Encino, Irvine, West Los Angeles, and Westlake Village. All are conveniently located off the 405, 10, or 101 freeways.
To get started contact Tammy Hong at 3120-568-5622 or tammy.hong@Pepperdine.edu.
Master of Arts in Learning Technologies (Online)
Now accepting applications for Summer 2014 (priority deadline April 15)
Program at a Glance:
- One-year program
- Curriculum focus on current and near-future learning technologies
- Flexible online learning format (85% online instruction)
- Action research projects benefit you and your workplace
- Career advancement in the learning technology field
- Robust alumni community
- Faculty mentorship and tight-knit cohort model
To get started today contact Tammy Hong at 310-568=5622 or tammy.hong@Pepperdine.edu. Visit us at http://gsep.pepperdine.edu.
Charter College of Education at CSU Los Angeles Ed.D. in Educational Leadership – We are now accepting applications for Fall 2014. More information is available at www.calstatela.edu/edd
For anyone interested in attending an information session on campus, the next Ed.D. session will be held on campus at:
California State University, Los Angeles
5151 State University Dr.
Los Angeles CA 90032
Monday, April 21, 2014 from 5-7 pm in King Hall, Room D2076A
UCLA’s Principal Leadership Institute program (PLI) – Through a 15-month program, PLI’s graduates become instructional leaders who understand what conditions are needed to promote rigorous, high quality learning. They become adult educators who support the development of teachers and staff. And they become community leaders who have the knowledge and commitment to forge partnerships with parents, grassroots community groups, civic leaders, and organized labor. Click here for details and contact information. Click here for information regarding dates and times for informational sessions.
The University of La Verne is accepting applications for the following new cohorts:
MEd. Educational Leadership/ Admin Credential
Starting summer - taking one class.
Credential only completed June 2015
Masters completed Nov. 2015
MS Educational Counseling / Pupil Personnel Services credential
Starting summer - taking one class
MS and credential completed Aug. 2016
Single/Multiple Subject Teaching Credential / MEd. option
Starting one on-line class in summer
Credential completed Nov. 2015
Masters option with 4 additional courses
Education Specialist Credential
BA Child Development
All classes held at COC's University Center, evenings and weekends
No GRE required
March Information Meetings at COC University Center
Wednesday, March 12, 6 - 7 PM
Thursday, March 27, 4:30-5:30 PM
Click here to download printable flyer.
For more information contact:
CSULB Ed.D in Educational Leadership – Click here for details and contact information.