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Curriculum Outline - Elementary

STEP recognizes the integration of the many areas of knowledge that underlie effective teaching.

  • EDUC228E: Becoming Literate in School I (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC244E: Elementary Classroom Leadership and Management (1 unit) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC246E: Elementary Teaching Seminar (3 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC263E: Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematics I (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC219E: The Creative Arts in Elementary Classrooms (1 unit) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC228F: Becoming Literate in School II (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC244F: Elementary Classroom Leadership and Management (1 unit) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC246F: Elementary Teaching Seminar (5-7 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC263F: Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematics II (2-3 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC264E: Metodos y Materiales en los Salones Bilingues (2 units) Bilingual only 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC267E: Development of Scientific Reasoning and Knowledge I (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC299: Equity and Schooling (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC283: Child Development In and Beyond Schools (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC388F: Introduction to Academic Language (1 unit) English only 2017 syllabus

  • EDUC246G: Elementary Teaching Seminar (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC263G: Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematics III (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC267F: Development of Scientific Reasoning and Knowledge II (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC269: Ethics in Teaching (1 unit) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC388A: Language Policies and Practices (2 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC228G: Becoming Literate in School III (3 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC228H: Literacy, History and Social Science (1 unit) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC246H: Elementary Teaching Seminar (5 units) 2017 syllabus
  • EDUC267G: Integrating the Garden Into the Elementary Curriculum (1 unit) 2017-2018 syllabus
  • EDUC285: Supporting Students with Special Needs (2 units) 2017 syllabus

*A minimum of 45 units is required for the master's degree and teaching credential, but teacher candidates may take up to 48 units without an additional charge.