Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the program. This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid. ++ indicates any module/suffixed courses. Track II: ECH/EDU298++ course requires Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) focus and approval of Instructor.
The Academic Certificate (AC) in Next Generation Educator includes coursework for cross-disciplinary faculty to develop knowledge and skills to effectively promote learning for the 21st Century learner. Coursework focuses on best practices for teaching 21st Century learners, with an emphasis on effective course/curriculum design aligned to competencies/standards, outcomes-based assessment, and educational applications of technology.
|Permission of Department Chair.|
|ETL211AA||Curriculum Mapping and Instructional Design||1|
|ETL211AB||Outcomes-Based Learning and Informative Assessment||1|
|ETL211AC||Lesson Design and Delivery||1|
|ETL102||Educational Applications of Technology||1|
|ETL287||Teaching and Learning Seminar||1|
|Select six (6) credits from one of the following two (2) tracks:|
|Track I: ESL/Dual Language Credits:||6|
|EPD244||Reading and Writing in SEI/ESL/Bilingual Settings||3|
|EPD246||Teaching and Assessment of English Language Learners (ELL)||3|
|SPA119||Spanish for Educational Settings I||3|
|SPA120||Spanish for Educational Settings II||3|
|Select any 3-6 credits from the following language courses at the 100 level or above:|
|ARB+++ Any ARB Arabic courses OR|
|FRE+++ Any FRE French courses OR|
|GER+++ Any GER German courses OR|
|HEB+++ Any HEB Hebrew courses OR|
|ITA+++ Any ITA Italian courses OR|
|JPN+++ Any JPN Japanese courses OR|
|RUS+++ Any RUS Russian courses OR|
|SPA+++ Any SPA Spanish courses OR|
|SLG+++ Any SLG Sign Language courses||3-6|
|Track II: STEM Credits:||6|
|EDU111||Inquiry-Based Instructional Approaches for Science and Mathematics I||1|
|EDU112||Inquiry-Based Instructional Approaches for Science and Mathematics II||1|
|EPD250||Teaching Elementary Number Sense and Operations Grades K-8||6|
|EPD251||Teaching Geometry and Measurement Grades K-8||3|
|EPD252||Teaching Patterns, Algebra and Functions Grades K-8||6|
|EPD253||Teaching Data Analysis, Probability and Discrete Mathematics Grades K-8||3|
|EPD254||Mathematics Classroom Assessment||3|
|EPD255||Research-Based Practices, Pedagogy, and Instructional Leadership in Mathematics||3|
|ECH/EDU298++||Special Projects (any suffixed course)||1-3|
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All information is administered by the Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation at Maricopa County Community College District and published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.
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