The Extended University at California State University, Bakersfield hosts a series of informational programs about the substitute teacher certification curriculum, Wednesday, March 17, Extended University Room 207, 5:15 to 6:15 p.m.
The program is designed for anyone interested in classroom teaching and is particularly aimed at those who are currently substitute teaching, to provide them with the necessary skills to become a successful substitute, and to those who are interested in a teaching career. Substitute teaching provides a fast-track entry into the teaching profession and a classroom teacher shortage provides many opportunities for assignment.
The certificate program is designed to help substitute teachers gain more confidence, improve teaching, planning, and classroom management skills, and offers a variety of ideas and strategies to be an effective substitute teacher.
CSUB's Extended University offers certificate programs for K-6 (kindergarten through sixth grade) and 7-12 (junior and senior high school). Both programs require completion of courses about classroom management, lesson planning and teaching strategies, and guidelines, as well as a course "Bag of Tricks" specifically for K-6 and 7-12 grade levels.
Information programs will be offered March 25, April 5, May 25, June 3, July 7, and Sept. 1. All programs are held in Extended University Room 207, at CSUB, 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. For more information, call (661) 664-3435 or (661) 664-2427.
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