Understanding and Addressing LGBT and Gender-Based Bullying
Online Bullying Course for Educators Cal State Fullerton’s 1-unit, online course Understanding and Addressing LGBT and GenderBased Bullying gives K-12 administrators, staff, and teachers the information they need to know about California’s anti-bullying laws. On January 1, 2014, new law AB 1266 went into effect, proscribing new rights and protections for transgender students, including the ability to choose the restroom and locker room they feel most comfortable in.
Every year, over 200,000 California students are harassed over perceived sexual orientation Source: California Healthy Kids Survey
This law—as well as others relating to LGBT/bullying issues—will be explored through the testimony of experts, administrators, and teachers who have addressed bullying in their work, as well as parents and students who have experienced it.
Register Now! The next course begins July 14.
For questions, please contact: Amanda Lopez email@example.com 657.278.5836
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University Extended Education
Table of Contents Education
Autism Added Authorization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Computer Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Clear Credential Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Class Changes and Withdrawals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Clear Education Specialist Credential . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Current Issues: Bullying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Purchase of Textbooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
GATE Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Postsecondary Reading and Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Scholarships Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
School Business Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Nondiscrimination & Harassment Policies . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Single Subject Credential Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Map & Parking Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Virtual Ed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Childrenâ€™s Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Test Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Four Ways to Register 1. Online 24 hours a day Register Now - extension.fullerton.edu/professionaldevelopment/Register Use your credit card to register. 2. Telephone - 657.278.2611 Mon.-Thurs., 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat., 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Have ready your credit card number, expiration date, and your student I.D. or Social Security number. A receipt will be mailed to you. 3. In Person - College Park building, Suite 100 (2600 Nutwood, corner of Nutwood & Commonwealth) Mon.-Thurs.: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat.: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Complete a registration form and present it at the University Extended Education office. 4. Mail Send the completed registration form with your check, money order or credit card information to: University Extended Education Registration Cal State Fullerton P.O. Box 6870 Fullerton, CA 92834-6870 657.278.2611
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Autism Added Authorization ONLINE!
The Program The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing has recently revised program requirements for teachers of students with Autism. Every Education Specialist teaching children with autism must obtain training in working with children with autism. If you currently hold an Education Specialist in Early Childhood Special Education or Moderate/ Severe, you already have training in Autism and are NOT required to obtain this new Added Authorization. However, anyone who received their Education Specialist credential in Mild/Moderate prior to fall 2010 AND who currently works with or is interested in working with children with Autism must complete an Added Authorization. Additionally, persons with a Learning Handicapped Credential, Education Specialist in other areas must also obtain the new Added Authorization.
For More Information extension.fullerton.edu/Educators or contact Suzanne Robinson, 657.278.5858, firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Classes Introduction to Autism SPED 401 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class is an introduction to the field of Autism. It covers the foundations and characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorders and presents up-to-date evidencebased best practices for teaching students with ASD. To be offered in Fall 2014.
Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism SPED 502 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Introduction to Autism. This class is the second in a series of courses offered for an autism authorization. It focuses on teaching, learning and behavior strategies for autism spectrum disorders and presents up-to-date evidence-based best practices for teaching students with ASD. To be offered in Fall 2014.
Clear Credential Program ONLINE!
The Program The Clear Credential Program is designed to serve teachers who need to clear their multiple or single subject credential, but for whom induction is unavailable. Although the program is completely ONLINE, participants will receive onsite face-to-face support from a local support provider as well as an opportunity to interact with an online community of learners. Individualized learning experiences based on the participants’ particular teaching/learning context will be addressed. Participants will enroll in three classes and receive 9 units of graduate credit. Up to 9 units may also apply to Cal State Fullerton’s graduate degrees in Curriculum and Instruction and Secondary Education. Contact the Graduate Program Adviser for your program in order to assess the number of units that may be transferable. It is recommended that participants complete the program in one year (2 semesters). If pursuing a multiple subject credential, participants should enroll in EDEL 502E and EDEL 537 in the fall semester, and EDEL 502F in the spring semester. If participants are pursuing a single subject credential, please enroll in EDSC 502E and EDSC 537 in the fall, and EDSC 502F in the spring. Courses will be offered during Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters.
Eligibility Eligibility for CSUF’s Online Clear Credential Program:
n Have access to a diverse population of students including GATE, Special Needs, and English Language Learners. n Be able to complete the FACT (Formative Assessment for California Teachers) requirements. http://ca-btsainduction.org n Have access to a face-to-face Support Provider assigned by the site administrator. PLEASE NOTE: Part-time teachers working 20-25 hours per week may apply and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION: A Verification of Unavailability of a CommissionApproved Induction Program (CL 855) signed by the employing agency and documentation that the teacher is employed is required for consideration for admission to the CSUF CCP. Further, an agreement of collaboration with the employing agency will be required and will be established with the agency after the submission of the CSUF CCP application by the teacher. Required Forms: n Verification of Unavailability of a Commission Approved Induction Program (CL-855 Form) n Application form for the Clear Credential Program n Copy of Credential n Program Study Plan
n Hold a valid SB2042 single and/or multiple subject preliminary credential.
NOTE: If a part-time teacher, please provide a complete description of your part-time employment on district letterhead and signed by the appropriate administrator (e.g., assistant superintendent in a public school district, site administrator at a private school).
n Be employed by a California school district, charter school, private or independent school, and teach to the California Common Core State Standards.
Please go to our website at http://extension. fullerton.edu/professionaldevelopment/clear to access the link to the application and CL 855 form.
n Have no access to an induction program through their employing school or district.
Applications for the Fall 2014 cohort MUST be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, August 18, 2014.
To be eligible for CSUF’s Clear Credential Program, a teacher must:
n Be responsible for the same group of students for extended periods of time, (e.g. RTI specialists, Option 2 teachers, long term substitute teachers who are employed most of the school year and contracted with the school district).
For More Information extension.fullerton.edu/Educators or contact Amanda Lopez, 657.278.5836, email@example.com or Judy Strong, 657.278.2796, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Clear Education Specialist Credential ONLINE!
The Program The purpose of the Clear Education Specialist Induction Program is to successfully prepare participating teachers to meet the academic needs of their students while receiving multiple opportunities for application and demonstration of the required knowledge and skills as evidenced in the induction standards. Participating teachers may choose to complete the program in one year by taking two courses a semester or they may opt to spread the opportunity out over several semesters. We have aligned our program with the required state standards and have incorporated innovative approaches for the professional development of Education Specialists. Three courses are offered ONLINE through Extended Education: SPED 496, SPED 502 (an elective for the clear), and SPED 551. SPED 531 (moderate/severe), SPED 532 (mild/ moderate), or SPED 535 (early childhood) is also required for the Clear Education Specialist Credential and offered through the Department of Special Education and/or University Extended Education. SPED 496- Senior Educational Practicum(Required only for those who hold a Level I Credential): For candidates who currently hold a Level I credential (not a preliminary credential). 496 enables Level I candidates to earn a Clear credential. Candidates who hold a preliminary credential do not need to take 496. SPED 502 - Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism- (Elective for the Clear)
The Classes Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism SPED 502 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Introduction to Autism. This class is the second in a series of courses offered for an autism authorization. It focuses on teaching, learning and behavior strategies for autism spectrum disorders and presents up-to-date evidence-based best practices for teaching students with ASD. To be offered in Fall 2014.
Senior Educational Practicum SPED 496 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. Provides for an advanced level of educational practicum within school and/ or agency. To be offered in Fall 2014.
Bilingual/Multicultural Special Education: Assessment, Curriculum and Instruction SPED 551 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. Prepares teachers to teach special needs students who come from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Curriculum development, assessment practices and review of instructional needs. To be offered in Fall 2014.
SPED 551- Bilingual/Multicultural Special Education: Assessment, Curriculum and Instruction- (Required for the Clear)
For More Information extension.fullerton.edu/Educators or contact Belinda Karge, 657.278.3760
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Current Issues: Bullying ONLINE! Understanding and Addressing LGBT and Gender Based Bullying EDAD X934 (1 UNIT) Prerequisite: none. Bullying is a significant problem on K-12 campuses across the United States. Gender identity and perceived gender identity, along with sexual orientation and perceived sexual orientation, play a significant role in most cases of bullying. This course is designed to give administrators, teachers, and school staff, the ability to recognize and to effectively address the dynamics of student bullying. The course also provides information about state and federal bullying laws, precedentsetting legal decisions, and success stories of schools that have re-set their campus cultures by addressing the underlying dynamics of school bullying. This course is organized as a series of multi-media learning modules developed and team-taught by scholars and professionals in the fields of Education, Psychology, Health, Public Policy and the Law. O Online: 7/14-8/15 Instructor: C. O Keefe, Licensed Clinical Psychologist Class: E145-11079J Fee: $210
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Carolyn O’Keefe, Psy.D. Senior Staff Psychologist, University of California, Irvine Adjunct Faculty, Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology Dr. O’Keefe is a licensed clinical psychologist whose primary interests include working with LGBTQ populations, suicide prevention, and training and education. She currently is a senior staff psychologist at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) where she works as a clinical psychologist in their Counseling Center. Among her many duties at UCI, she is a primary supervisor in their American Psychological Association accredited internship program, she serves as the liaison for the UCI School of Law, as the advisor of the Counseling Center’s LGBTQ Mentoring Program, and she has served as a member of the university-wide Transgender Task Force. In 2012, she was privileged to serve as the counselor in residence for the inaugural “T-Camp,” which is an annual weekend retreat for transgender identified college students who attend both public and private colleges and universities across the state of California. In 2013, Dr. O’Keefe was recognized as one of two Diversity Scholars for the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies, and as a result of this recognition, she was invited to speak on mentoring LGBTQ university students at their annual conference. Dr. O’Keefe also serves as adjunct faculty at the Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Training where her teaching repertoire includes psychopathology, diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders across the lifespan, group interventions, theories of counseling and psychotherapy, and intelligence and personality assessment. Dr. O’Keefe also is currently on the board of the California Psychological Association, Division II – Education and Training and she is on the board of the Orange County Equality Coalition. Dr. O’Keefe received her M.A. and her Psy.D. in clinical psychology at Pepperdine University, where her dissertation focused on mentoring of LGBTQ university students. Dr. O’Keefe also worked for many years as a musician in southern California having received a B.M. in trumpet performance at California State University, Long Beach, and an M.F.A. and D.M.A. in trumpet performance at the University of California, Los Angeles.
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The Program The California Department of Education adopted Recommended GATE Standards for programs for gifted and talented students in 2001. This online certificate program is designed to meet the exemplary level requirement for the Professional Development component specified in the California Recommended GATE Standards. Completion of this five-class, ten-unit certificate program will enable teachers to meet this requirement. The instructors involved in this program are all working professionals in the field of GATE Education. NOTE: Classes can be taken concurrently.
Eligibility Designed for teachers who are currently teaching GATE students or have the potential to be placed in that assignment.
For More Information extension.fullerton.edu/Educators or contact Judy Strong, 657.278.2796, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Classes Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. Introduction to Talented and Gifted begins with the history of gifted education and how it has evolved. Specific characteristics commonly found in talented and gifted (TAG) children will be discussed. The discussion will include information on the various screening tools used to identify Gifted and Talented students. Various methods to effectively work with the gifted population will also be addressed. The course will conclude with a discussion about the various aspects of gifted and talented education and how this may be impacted in the future. Registrants will receive an e-mail from Virtual Education indicating their username and password to access the course, approximately 3-7 business days after registering.
Differentiated Instruction for the Gifted Student EDEL X935 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. This class is designed to clarify and explore the major elements of differentiation. Participants will learn key elements of differentiating content, process, product, assessment, and environment. Topics such as management, comprehension strategies that build depth in thinking, learning styles, and curriculum compacting will be included. Emphasis will be on strategies and application for working with gifted learners and their advanced needs. Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date. Textbook/Materials: Required - 1. How to Differentiate in Mixed Ability Classrooms, 2nd edition, 2001 (ISBN 9780871205124); 2. Differentiated Instructional Strategies (ISBN 9781412936408); 3. Differentiation: Simplified, Realistic, and Effective (ISBN 9780971623330). Available at www.titanbookstore.com. O Online: 5/27-8/1 Instructor: S. Maeda, M.A., GATE Specialist Class: E145-11088J Fee: $630
Developing Curriculum for the Gifted Student EDEL X935 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. This class supports teachers who instruct GATE students in both the integrated classroom and in specialized programs. Participants will learn to develop curriculum, units, and lessons that serve the gifted student as well as all students in the classroom. Participants will learn to apply the major elements of differentiation through the development of curriculum for advanced learners. Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date. See course schedule for next offering.
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11086J Fee: $420
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Social & Emotional Issues of the Gifted Student
Identification of the Gifted Student EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. In this course students will:
EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. Gifted children feel and act differently than students of normal intelligence. Gifted children are very aware that they are different. Children of high intelligence exhibit a variety of coping techniques in dealing with school and other people. Gifted students display a variety of achievement levels and a variety of self-concepts. This course will delve into several of these behaviors. Ways of helping the students cope with their gifts and achieve success will be discussed.
• Investigate varied definitions of giftedness • Review studies that deal with characteristics of gifted students • Examine appropriate evaluative instruments for gifted student identification • Evaluate the identification process of a current District GATE Plan in relationship to current state standards Particular emphasis will be placed on investigating nontraditional instruments and procedures for identification to address the needs of students from diverse socioeconomic, linguistic, and cultural backgrounds as well as gifted students with disabilities.
Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date. Textbook/Materials: Required - When Gifted Kids Don’t Have All the Answers (ISBN 9781575421070). Available at www.titanbookstore.com.
Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date.
O Online: 6/2-7/4 Instructor: S. Montgomery, M.A., GATE Teacher Class: E145-11085J Fee: $210
Textbook/Materials: Required - Removing the Mask: Giftedness in Poverty (ISBN 9781929229000). Available at www.titanbookstore.com. O Online: 6/9-7/11 Instructor: M. Smith, M.A., GATE Specialist Class: E145-11087J Fee: $210
Cours e S c h e d u l e - GAT E C e rt i f i c at e CLASS
Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers
Differentiated Instruction for the Gifted Student
Developing Curriculum for the Gifted Students O
Social & Emotional Issues of the Gifted Student
Identification of the Gifted Students
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Postsecondary Reading and Learning ONLINE!
The Program This 12-unit, graduate-level, online certificate program responds to the enormous demand for trained reading professionals with expertise in postsecondary settings - particularly at the community college level. This certificate also responds to the national mandate to ensure a quality workforce in postsecondary education, to solidify the purpose and role of appropriate professional preparation, and to continually update the knowledge and skills of those who practice in this field. This certificate addresses cutting-edge curriculum that corresponds to emerging needs in the profession and is also linked to the California mandate under AB 1725 for community college faculty who have either an MS in Reading or an MS in English with certification in Postsecondary Reading. Candidates for admission must have completed a BS or BA from an accredited institution having achieved a minimum GPA of 2.5 in the last 60 semester units attempted for that degree. Applications for the Fall 2014 term must be received before 4 p.m. (PST) on Monday, August 4, 2014. Interested students apply by completing the application instructions found at: http://extension.fullerton.edu/ ProfessionalDevelopment/Certificates/PRL. Please fax the application to 657.278.5085. You may also contact the program coordinator, JoAnne Greenbaum at 657.278.5930 email@example.com.
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Eligibility Prerequisite: notification of official admission into the Postsecondary Reading and Learning Certificate Program or appropriate classified graduate standing.
For More Information extension.fullerton.edu/Educators or contact Judy Strong, 657.278.2796, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Classes Foundations of Postsecondary Reading and Learning READ 505 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: notification of official admission into the Postsecondary Reading and Learning Certificate Program or appropriate classified graduate standing. Theoretical framework and background of field including historical perspective, student/adult development, reading and learning theory/academic literacy, programmatic structures and components, curriculum design and contemporary issues. See course schedule for next offering.
postsecondary reading and learning
Reading and Thinking in the Content Area READ 507 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: notification of official admission into the Postsecondary Reading and Learning Certificate Program or appropriate classified graduate standing. Current trends in the teaching of secondary and college reading improvement with emphasis on materials, organization and methods of instruction. See course schedule for next offering.
Diagnostic-Prescriptive Teaching of Reading READ 516 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Reading and Thinking in the Content Area (READ 507) or consent of instructor and notification of official admission into the Postsecondary Reading and Learning Certificate Program or appropriate classified graduate standing. A study of the administration, evaluation, and interpretation of individual and group tests related to reading/language arts performance. Course includes in-depth analysis of a problem reader with a study of the effects of linguistic, social, physical, psychological, educational and cultural factors which may influence reading and test performance.
Program Management in Postsecondary Reading and Learning READ 587 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Foundations of Postsecondary Reading and Learning, Reading and Thinking in the Content Area (READ 505, READ 507) and/or consent of instructor and notification of official admission into the Postsecondary Reading and Learning Certificate Program or appropriate classified graduate standing. Study of the multifaceted components related to the administration, mangement, and supervision of a postsecondary reading and learning program as well as the current issues and trends in program management. See course schedule for next offering.
See course schedule for next offering.
Cours e S c h e d u l e - Po st se c o n d a r y R e ad i n g a n d L e arning CLASS
Foundations of Postsecondary Reading and Learning
Reading and Thinking in the Content Area
Diagnostic-Prescriptive Teaching of Reading
Program Management in Postsecondary Reading and Learning
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School Business Management
The Program This certificate provides a 25-unit specialization for people who work in or want to move into the field of school business management. Classes reflect general skills and specific functions of school business management. The certificate is capped by a practicum designed to demonstrate what has been gained in classroom study. The instructors are practitioners with successful experience as school business managers.
Eligibility To qualify for a certificate, candidates must complete all classes of the program and have one of the following: n A grade point average of 2.5. n An A.A. degree or an equivalent number of units. n A minimum of five years of successful experience in school business management verified by letters of recommendation.
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Cours e S c h e d u l e - Sc h o o l B u s i n e ss M an a g e m e n t CLASS
Facilities Planning and Property Management in School Systems
Winter/Spring 2015 Fall 2015
Maintenance, Operation and Transportation in School Systems Management
Purchasing Food Services & Civic Center Activities
School Business Information Systems Practicum in School Business Management School Business Management
Risk Management in School Systems The Contemporary School Business Manager
School District Accounting and Auditing
School District Budget Development and Administration FFullerton
To be announced
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Single Subject Credential Prerequisites The Teaching Experience: Participation EDSC 310 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. History, philosophy, and sociology of secondary education. Introduction to California Teaching Performance Expectations and Assessment; needs of special populations, English learners, and struggling readers; content standards; and major curriculum reform documents. Includes 40-hour practicum on specific course requirements. 40-hour practicum.
Diversity in Secondary Schools EDSC 340 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: completion of General Education Category III.C.1. Strategies for teaching special populations in general education classrooms. Principles of educational equity and diversity. Strategies for providing all students equitable access to core curricula. How diversity in California society shapes teaching and learning. Analysis of personal and institutional bias. To be offered in the Fall term.
To be offered in the Fall term.
Adolescence and Education EDSC 320 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: completion of General Education Category III.C.1. The biological, cognitive, and sociocultural development of adolescents. Exploration of the contexts of adolescent development, including family, peers, school, work, and leisure. Health and safety issues of adolescents. Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to course start date.
Advanced Teaching Methods for Social Studies EDSC 542H (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. Expanded methods in social studies pedagogy focusing on curriculum for grades 6-10. Meets California state requirement for single subject methods course to add authorization. O Online: 6/2-7/25 Class: E145-11322J Fee: $915
To be offered in the Fall term.
Developing Literacy in Secondary Schools in Secondary Education EDSC 330 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. Strategies for developing content-based reading/writing abilities, comprehension skills, and vocabulary of secondary students. Methods of teaching reading, writing and language skills for English learners and speakers. Diagnostic assessment strategies. To be offered in the Fall term.
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The Program To enroll in these classes, register with California State University Fullerton at 657.278.2611 or http://extension.fullerton.edu. Once registration is complete, you will be contacted by CSUF Extended Education to verify your enrollment and informing you that your Virtual Education username and password will be e-mailed to you within 3-5 business days. The last day to enroll for Summer 2014 is July 25, 2014 . All course work is due by August 15, 2014.
For More Information extension.fullerton.edu/Educators or contact Amanda Lopez, 657.278.5836, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Classes ADD-Information & Intervention EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. In this class, you will learn about the history of the disorder, accepted methods to assess and identify children with this disorder, and various treatment methods that are currently being used to treat ADD. This course helps you through the referral process, when you feel a child needs services beyond what you are capable or comfortable providing in the classroom environment. This course also lists resources for students, teachers, and parents who would like more help or information about ADD.
Advance Classroom Management EDSC X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class is geared primarily to professionals (e.g., regular or special educators, instructional assistants, school psychologists, counselors) serving children and youths presenting behavior problems. The focus is on cognitive and cognitive-behavioral interventions (often lumped together under the rubic â€œsocial skillsâ€?) with an emphasis on teaching students how to change and manage their own behavior. Since previous knowledge and understanding of traditional behavioral (operant) concepts and strategies is required, it is strongly recommended that you take an introductory behavior management course to learn the basic terms and concepts of behavior management prior to taking this course. O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11093J Fee: $340
Behavior is Language EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class lays the groundwork for why we choose to view student behavior as a kind of unspoken language. A set of ten intervention strategies for effectively remediating difficult student behavior is presented. The course features examples of 15 students with various backgrounds, emotional issues and behavioral problems. O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11081J Fee: $495
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11089J Fee: $340
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EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class provides interactive computer-based instruction designed to help you identify and effectively teach students affected by child abuse and/or neglect. Learn to recognize the signs of physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, physical neglect, and emotional neglect. Address the specific factors that exist in families who abuse or neglect their children. A major emphasis is on understanding the special learning needs of the abused or neglected child, and how to meet those needs in the classroom. Working with parents and community agencies is also emphasized.
EDEL X935 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This course describes diverse theoretical approaches to handling learning disabilities in the classroom. Taught by Dr. Bob Pillay, this course lays the foundation for sensitive, appropriate assessment and evaluation of students. In addition, this course covers program planning and implementation, stresses the importance of a close, positive partnership with parents or alternative caregivers, and explores methods for ensuring that the home/school axis is effective and meaningful. You will also learn about major trends and unresolved issues in the field of learning disabilities.
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11084J Fee: $340
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11090J Fee: $495
Drugs & Alcohol in Schools
EDEL X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class will establish a broader context for understanding substances and their addictive qualities; address the biological and physiological basis of addiction, and examine the psychological factors impacting the disease.
EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This course is an interactive computer-based instruction (CBI) designed to help you identify and effectively teach students affected by stress, trauma, and/or violence. You will learn to recognize the signs of stress, trauma, or violence in students. You will discuss the specific factors which exist in families and communities where stress and violence are common. A major emphasis in this course is understanding the special learning needs of students who are experiencing stress, trauma, or violence in their lives. Learn how to meet their needs in the regular classroom. Working with parents and community agencies is also emphasized.
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11082J Fee: $340
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11091J Fee: $340
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Ethics and Safety in Education
EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. The class has been divided into four chapters with several sections in each chapter. Topics include: aggression in America; how we got here; aggressive thought/actions; auto aggression; bullying; sexual harassment in schools; raising kids to resist violence; why aggression is hard to change; a look at the future.
EDSC X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This course will present a new way of thinking about professional ethics and professional boundaries within the teaching profession. We will look at the reasons that violations of ethics and boundaries sometimes occur. Ethical violations that transpire in both administrative and relationship contexts will be addressed. This course will help you look at ways of preventing such violations and help you understand how you as a teacher can intervene before violations take place. These preventative responses are critical to your ability to protect your students, your profession, and your career.
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11083J Fee: $495
School Violence Preventions & Intervention EDEL X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class is divided into four major sections. The intent is to help each student â€œwalkâ€? through the process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation in the arena of violence. There are numerous worksheets that each person will be asked to complete for their own knowledge base. Role play situations will be presented to help recognize violent tendencies prior to them becoming violent behaviors. The sections are sequential and should be completed in the order they are presented. Each student will complete an exam on the material at the completion of each section.
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11094J Fee: $340
O Online: 6/2-8/15 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E145-11080J Fee: $340
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Children’s Summer Art Camp (two-week programs) SART 3606 Prerequisite: none. Art Camp is a program for children/teens 7-14 years of age who want to explore the exciting world of art, drama and creativity! The instructors are working professionals in the arts with extensive experience teaching art to children/teens. Teaching assistants and the majority of volunteers are recently credentialed art education majors, or are part of a teacher credential program. The classes are a fun and entertaining way for young people to: n Be exposed to a variety of artists and cultures as they learn about art concepts and methods n Learn to work both independently and as team members n Experience joy in the arts and develop a personal style of thinking and expression Campers will rotate into 4 classes during the day with a snack break and lunch in between. Older students, ages 12-14, will be grouped together and will have an opportunity to broaden their artistic perception and skill level with more advanced projects. To register, please use the Children’s/Teen Programs Registration form on page 17 of this catalog or visit www.fullerton.edu/kidscamp.
Session I - July 7 to July 18, 10 meetings All Day – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All Day + Extended Day – 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Schedule: E145-J11114 Schedule: E145-11115J
Fee: $480 Fee: $540
Session II - July 21 to August 1, 10 meetings All Day – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All Day + Extended Day – 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Schedule: E145-11116J Schedule: E145-11117J
Fee: $480 Fee: $540
These are Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. classes.
Special Classes for Kids & Teens (one-week programs) Drawing and Painting
Brush Up on Your Math Skills Grades 4-5
SART 5650 Prerequisite: none. This multi-media class for 8-12-year-olds will focus on drawing and painting techniques. Students will develop their artistic skills while enjoying a safe, fun, nurturing environment on a university campus. Students will draw a variety of subjects including people, animals, still life and imaginary characters using ink, marker, soft and oil pastels. Students will learn a selection of watercolor techniques and paint in both watercolor and tempera. Emphasis will be placed on art principles and elements at the individual level.
SNSM 6900 Prerequisite: none. Students will learn concepts to build upon their knowledge and strengthen their math skills. Concepts that will be covered in this course are: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations, place value, round numbers, decimals, fractions, general coordinates, bar graphs, circle, perimeter, volume, area, and measurement. This course will foster confidence in math.
Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 8/4-8/8, Fullerton TBA, 5 mtgs Instructor: M. Vogel, M.A. Art Teacher Class: E145-11118J Fee: $170
Lecture: 12-2 p.m., MTWThF, 7/7-7/11, Fullerton CP 122, 5 mtgs Instructor: M. Armas, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11154J Fee: $165
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Early Writerâ€™s Workshop (Grades 2-3)
SNSM 5331 Prerequisite: none. This class for 11-13-year-olds will be an introduction to pre-algebra for students needing additional help. Topics will include a review of elementary mathematics and principles, an introduction to signed numbers, beginning rules for algebraic evaluations, and algebraic equations. This class is both a great review and preparation for junior high math.
SHSS 7028 Prerequisite: none. This course helps your child become a confident writer by utilizing graphic organizers and maps to gather and organize ideas. Students learn the writing process, sentence construction and structure, paragraph writing, and story development; focusing on expository and narrative writing elements.
Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/14-7/18, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11150J Fee: $165
Algebra I Problem Solving SNSM 5332 Prerequisite: none. This class for 12-14-year-olds is preparation for an Algebra I course. Topics include variables and algebraic equations, real numbers, integers, evaluating expressions, and solving equalities and inequalities. Using formulas to solve equations, and consecutive integer problems will also be covered. Upon completion of this class, students will have a basic knowledge of problem solving strategies and feel more comfortable beginning an Algebra I class. Lecture: 12-2 p.m., MTWThF, 7/14-7/18, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11151J Fee: $165
Algebra II SNSM 6567 Prerequisite: none. This class is designed for 14-18 year olds who have completed algebra I or have a solid knowledge base to build upon. Topics will include a review of algebra I, advanced polynomials, rational equations and negative exponents to use with radical functions. Students will gain a base knowledge of algebra 2 and get a head start for the fall! Lecture: 12-2 p.m., MTWThF, 7/21-7/25, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11153J Fee: $165
Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/7-7/11, Fullerton CP 122, 5 mtgs Instructor: M. Armas, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11170J Fee: $165
Young Writers Workshop (Grades 4-5) SHSS 6830 Prerequisite: none. Help your child prepare for the next grade level by enrolling them in this class that will teach paragraph writing, short essays, sentence structure and penmanship. Students will become familiarized with personal narratives, expand on persuasive writing and penmanship, all in a fun and creative atmosphere. Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/7-7/11, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11147J Fee: $165
Middle School Writing Workshop (Grades 6-8) SHSS 6968 Prerequisite: none. This course will be a writing workshop class for students entering grades 6-8. Emphasis will be placed on the writing processbrainstorming, prewriting, drafting, editing and publishing. Students will explore the various types of writing from biographical to expository, with time to present their creations! A great class for both aspiring authors and reluctant writers-sure to inspire all! Lecture: 12-2 p.m., MTWThF, 7/7-7/11, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11148J Fee: $165
Introduction to Public Speaking (Grades 6-8)
SNSM 5336 Prerequisite: none. In this class, 13-16-yearolds will be introduced to Geometry concepts. Topics will include geometric definitions and constructions, congruence and measurement, inductive and deductive reasoning skills. Students will learn to construct proofs using definitions, postulates and theorems focusing on triangle congruence relationships.
SHSS 6969 Prerequisite: none. Students enrolled in this course will be introduced to the art of public speaking. Not only will students gain confidence presenting in front of a group, but they will learn about the basic types of speeches such as informative, persuasive, and biographical. Students will have practice opportunities in a non-threatening environment, with a chance for a formal presentation at the end of the session, with parents invited! This class is a great way for students to gain self- confidence and leadership skills.
Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/21-7/25, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11152J Fee: $165
Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/28-8/1, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E145-11149J Fee: $165
Introduction to High School Geometry
These programs are made available through the CSU Fullerton Auxiliary Service Corporation â€“ all classes are held on the Cal State Fullerton campus. Special thanks to the CSUF College of the Arts for the use of their facilities.
Use this special form to register for any of these summer programs via mail or in person. Parents of registered students will receive an information packet two weeks prior to the start date. We cannot accept phone or online registrations. PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT CLEARLY Use a separate form for each registrant
Social Security Number of Child
Last Name of Child
Grade Level in Fall 2014
Last Name of Parent
Home Address City State Zip
School Now Attending
o Check enclosed (Payable to CSUF. No cash please.) o Charge to: o VISA o MasterCard o American Express o Discover
Card # Expires
Cardholder Name Signature
Requests to place your child with a friend in the program will be accepted only in writing on this registration form. The request must be received no later than one week before the camp starts and we will do our best to accommodate you. Please remember children are divided into appropriate age groups. (Art camp only.) _______________________________________________ Name of Friend
TOTAL FEES For more information, please call 657.278.5836, 657.278.2796 or visit www.fullerton.edu/kidscamp Mail to: Cal State Fullerton, Attention Amanda Lopez, UEE Registration, P.O. Box 6870, Fullerton, CA 92834 In Person: UEE Student Services, Cal State Fullerton, 2600 Nutwood Ave, Suite 100, Fullerton How did you hear about this program?____________________________________________________________ Refund Policy: To receive a full refund, less $10, these classes must be dropped by 5 p.m. on the Friday before the first class. For information regarding refunds once classes have begun, please contact Extended Education at 657.278.2611. These programs are not affiliated with any school or school district. The school or school districts do not endorse or sponsor this activity. Although this brochure was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time, all information is subject to change without notice or obligation.
CONVENIENT WEEKEND TEST PREP CLASSES
Maximize Your Scores
for the CBEST and more!
& CSET. . .
CSUFâ€™s specialized weekend workshops provide comprehensive test preparation for a variety of exams. If you know someone who is planning to take a graduate admissions exam in the next few months, please share this information about what CSUF has to offer. Students will have an opportunity to develop key skills and strategies while gaining insight that will maximize scores.
The materials used in the workshops were developed by BTPS Test Prep and cover the most current examination areas, with time-tested practice on sample questions. All class fees include materials. Class fees do not include payments and registration for the actual examination.
Multiple Subjects California Subjects Exam for Teachers EXED 5719 Prerequisite: none. COMPUTER-BASED TESTING. California Subjects Exam for Teachers. Get the edge in preparing for the CSET! The CSET computer-based test preparation workshop will review the test format and analyze the question types. Strategies and techniques for the multiple-choice and constructed-response questions will be discussed with short reviews in selected areas. This program is designed to help students apply their knowledge to meet exam requirements in each of the exam subtests including: Subtest I History/Social Science and Reading, Language and Literature; Subtest II - Science and Math; Subtest III - Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Education and Human Development. The book included in the course is written by the faculty of BTPS Testing, CliffsTestPrep CSET with CD/ ROM (2012) including two full-length practice tests for enhanced home study. To be offered in a future term.
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW! For more information and to register, go to extension.fulllerton.edu/professionaldevelopment/testprep or call 657.278.2611.
Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 5/31-6/21, Fullerton TBA, 4 mtgs Class: E145-11095J Fee: $450
Topic areas covered on the GMAT are: Math Ability (Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency), Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Essay Writing Assessment. The book included in the course fee is written by the faculty of BTPS Testing CliffsTestPrep GMATr with CD/ROM (2013).
Graduate Record Exam - General Test EXED 5709 Prerequisite: none. Section-Level Adaptive Computer-Based Test. Maximize your test-taking potential on the GRE. Classes provide you with over 20-hours of instruction including important in-class practice, take-home online computer practice testing and a free-repeat policy. Leading experts in the field of test preparation help you to review concepts and skills in the three subject areas on the GRE: (1) Quantitative Reasoning (arithmetic, algebra, geometry, data analysis, data interpretation, and word problems); (2) Verbal Reasoning (reading comprehension, text completion, and sentence equivalence); and (3) Analytical Writing Essay Tasks (analyze an issue and analyze an argument). The book included in the course fee is written by the faculty of BTPS Testing, CliffsTestPrep GRE General Testr with CD/ROM including four full-length practice tests for enhanced home study.
Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 7/26-8/16, Fullerton TBA, 4 mtgs Class: E145-11096J Fee: $450
California Basic Educational Skills Test EXED 5718 Prerequisite: none. Written or ComputerBased Test. Let our outstanding teachers give you the edge to pass this very important California state teacherâ€™s exam! Our credentialed instructors provide you with expert in-class instruction, successful test-taking strategies, computer-assisted information, and practice testing by topic area. Test areas covered are: Mathematics, Reading Comprehension and Essay Writing. Class instruction includes a review of problem solving skills and math concepts, as well as approaches to help you improve your reading comprehension and essay writing skills. The book included in the course fee is Cliffs Test Prep CBEST preparation guide revised by authors of BTPS Testing. Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 6/14-6/28, Fullerton TBA, 3 mtgs Class: E145-11099J Fee: $315
Graduate Management Admission Test EXED 5713 Prerequisite: none. Computer-Adaptive Test. Learn key skills and strategies to get the competitive edge on the GMAT. Workshops include a five-point learning advantage developed by the authors of CliffsNotes GMATr: (1) expert instruction-benefit from over 22-hours of in-class instruction with leading specialists in the field of test preparation; (2) assessment-learn to identify your strengths and target your weaknesses; (3) review-receive instruction about the GMAT content, subject areas, question types, test-taking strategies, scoring and computer-adaptive testing; (4) class materials-receive a comprehensive textbook with four practice tests, important inclass practice by topic, and online integrated reasoning practice; and (5) free-repeat policyrepeat the prep class as often as necessary for extra subject-area review.
Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 5/31-6/21, Fullerton TBA, 4 mtgs Class: E145-11097J Fee: $450 Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 8/2-8/23, Fullerton TBA, 4 mtgs Class: E145-11098J Fee: $450
(Law School Admission Test) EXED 5708 Prerequisite: none. Let our experts give you important insights into the LSAT to maximize your score. The workshop and accompanying textbook emphasize careful analysis of each exam area and the review of both practice and actual LSAT exams. Question types include - Analytical Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension (including Comparative Reading), and the Writing Sample. Lectures are presented by the co-author of Barronâ€™s LSAT Prep Guide. The textbook provided in the workshop includes a CD-ROM that contains two complete timed practice tests with explanations for enhanced home study. To be offered in a future term.
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Summer Session 2014 get studying. get going. graduate.
Summer is the ideal time to take classes at Cal State Fullerton! • Earn transferrable credit • Make a career change and earn your degree or credential • Maintain or add an authorization to your existing credential • Enhance your position on the certificated salary schedule. Degree credit classes are open to the public through Open University.
isit www.fullerton.edu/schedule to V view the CSUF summer schedule.
isit www.ou.fullerton.edu for V additional information regarding summer Open University enrollment, which begins on April 21.
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University Extended Education
General Information Computer Access for Hands-on, Online or TITANium Classes You need to obtain your Username and Password in advance of accessing any CSUF computer and/or to participate in any online or TITANium (Moodle) managed class. Here’s how it works: • A PIN notification letter is sent to you by U.S. mail on your first registration with UEE. • The very first time you logon to the CSUF portal (www.fullerton.edu) you need to use your PIN as your Password and your Campus Wide I.D. (CWID) as your Username. • Following prompts, you will then be required to create a Username and Password. • Once you have completed this process, you will use your Username and Password to logon. You will no longer need to use your Campus Wide I.D. or PIN to logon. If you have questions, or have not been successful in obtaining your Username and Password, please contact UEE Student Services at 657.278.2611.
Class Changes and Withdrawals If you need to drop a class, you may do so in person, by phone, fax or mail through the Extended Education registration office, 657.278.2611. The day the form is received is the official date of withdrawal and determines the amount of refund, if any. (See “Refunds” for additional information.)
Refunds Refunds are based on the date official withdrawal is received in the Extended Education office. Allow up to six weeks for refunds via check. If you paid with a credit card, allow 7-10 business days for your refund to be credited back to your credit card. If you do not receive your refund by that time, please call the Extended Education office at 657-278-2611. Face-to-Face Classes and Classes Offered via Adobe Connect • If you drop at least one working day prior to the class start date, a full refund less $10 per class dropped will be issued. • If you drop on or after the class start date: 1. Four or Less Class Meetings–There is no refund. 2. Five or More Class Meetings–If less than 25% of the classes have elapsed, a 65% refund will be issued. After 25% of the classes have elapsed, there will be no refund. (For example, there would be no refund for withdrawals after three meetings of a 12-meeting class because 25% of the class time has elapsed.)
Online Classes • Dropping prior to the beginning of a class: If you drop at least one working day prior to the class start date, a full refund less $10 per class dropped will be issued. • Dropping on the day of first class meeting and after: If less than 25% of the calendar days for the class have elapsed, a 65% refund will be issued. If 25% or more of the calendar days for the class have elapsed, there will be no refund.
Purchase of Textbooks TITAN BOOKSTORE http://www.titanbookstore.com Commons Building, CSUF Fullerton Campus You can order Textbooks as follows: • IN PERSON Extension textbooks are located in a special section. Go to the second floor of the bookstore and look for a section of shelves with a sign that says “Extended Education.” If you cannot find this section, ask for help at the Information Desk. • ONLINE http://www.titanbookstore.com Follow the directions on the website. When you enter a department on the website form – please check Extended Education. • If you do not have Internet access, you can order textbooks by FAX at 657.278.7703. You will need to address the order to “Titan Shops,” list the text title and provide shipping/pickup information. You will also need to provide your payment information. It would be helpful to note on the fax that you are ordering an Extended Education textbook.
Parking CSUF Fullerton Campus Parking and Transportation Services 800 N. State College Blvd. http://parking.fullerton.edu Phone: 657.278.3082 Fax: 657.278.4533 The following is a summary of CSUF Fullerton campus parking and traffic regulations. Detailed information on parking policies, maps of parking lots, and more can be found at the Parking and Transportation Services Web site www.parking.fullerton.edu. Parking & Transportation is located at the north end of campus, near Lot A-faculty/staff, north of the University Police Department. The office can be accessed off of State College Blvd. Parking and Transportation Services office hours are 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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general information Daily permits: Daily permits are $8. Extension and Open University students may purchase a daily permit in the University Extended Education Registration Office or the daily permit machines in Lots A, E, G and Arts Drive, and levels 2, 4 and 6 of the State College parking structure. Daily permits are valid in all student lots (A, B, E, G, S and all parking structures) during enforcement hours. After 6 p.m., a daily permit is valid in faculty/ staff lots C, E West, I, J and College Park faculty/ staff. Note: Lots F and H are designated for faculty/ staff parking during all enforcement hours. Semester permits: http://parking.fullerton.edu
CSUF Garden Grove Center Parking A parking permit is required Monday through Friday. See Garden Grove map for more information.
Scholarships Available In keeping with our commitment to lifelong learning, scholarships may be available to University Extended Education (UEE) students. Details about requirements and applications are on extension.fullerton.edu/ professionaldevelopment/policies. Go to “Info.”
Nondiscrimination & Harassment Policies The California State University, Fullerton is committed to creating an atmosphere in which all students have the right to participate fully in its programs and activities free from unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Executive Order 1074 Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Against Students AND Systemwide Procedure for Handling Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Complaints by Students Against the CSU and/or CSU Employees - was established in compliance with the California Equity in Higher Education Act, (Education Code Sections 66250 et seq.), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, among other applicable state and federal laws. The CSU is responsible for providing a reliable, prompt and equitable response to a complaint of discrimination. Inquiries concerning the CSU’s compliance with these Acts, application of these laws to programs and activities of the CSU, campus policies, complaint resolution and/or appeals processes, and discrimination/ harassment complaint filing procedures may be addressed to the CSU officers assigned the administrative responsibility of reviewing such matters or directly with the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights listed below:
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All Discrimination/Harassment/Sexual Harassment/Title IX Complaints Director, Diversity and Equity Programs/Title IX Coordinator, CSUF James Busalacchi College Park 770 email@example.com (657) 278-4684 TDD 657-278-2786 Student Disability Complaints (including denial or failure to implement accommodations, academic adjustments and auxiliary aids) Director, Disabled Student Services, CSUF Paul K. Miller University Hall 101 firstname.lastname@example.org (657) 278-3117 TDD 657-278-2786 U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights Region IX www.ed.gov/ocr San Francisco Office 50 Beale Street, Suite 7200 San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 486-5555, Fax (415) 486-5570 TTD (877) 521-2172 email: email@example.com Applicants for admissions or employment should contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion for information on how to file a complaint or obtain a copy of the complaint resolution procedure refer to http://diversity.fullerton.edu website.
Sexual Harassment It is the policy of California State University, Fullerton and the California State University to maintain a working and learning environment free from sexual harassment of its students, employees and those who apply for student or employee status. Sexual harassment is illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1962, Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972, and the California Education Code 89535. Executive Order 1089 - Systemwide Policy on Prohibiting Harassment in Employment and Retaliation for Reporting Harassment or Participating in a Harassment Investigation as well as Executive Order 1074 Systemwide Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Against Students AND Systemwide Procedure for Handling Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Complaints by Students Against the CSU and/or CSU Employees also prohibit sexual harassment within the California State University system. The university will not tolerate sexual harassment and will take action to eliminate such behavior. Information concerning campus sexual harassment policies and procedures can be obtained from the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, College Park 760, (657) 278-4684 or http://diversity.fullerton.edu.
University Extended Education
Map & Parking Information
Garden Grove Parking 12901 Euclid Street, Garden Grove, CA 92840 A parking permit is required Monday through Friday. A permit will be issued at no additional charge to registering students. For advance registrations, the permit will arrive by mail before the first day of class. Students who register during the week immediately preceding a class start date need to pick up a permit at the Garden Grove registration desk on the first day of class. Please note: the Garden Grove parking permit is not valid at the Fullerton campus. Overflow parking is available across from the City Hall at 11222 Acacia Parkway.
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University Extended Education
Registration Form Mail Label Code
Please print clearly. Date ______________________
(above name on mailing label)
_____________________________________________________ CSUFâ€ˆStudent IDâ€ˆor Social Security #
_______________________________________________ Birth Date (mm/dd/yy)
_____________________________________________________ Email Address
_____________________________________________ Last Name
______________________________________ First Name
_______________ Middle Initial
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street Address _____________________________________________________ City
_____________________________________________________ Telephone (Home)
_______________________________________________ Telephone (Business) Extension
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Subject Area/Catalog # and Class Name
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Current Student (STU) Advertising (ADV) Catalog/Flyer (CAT) Education Fair (EDF) Email from CSUF (EMA)
Late Fees o o o o
Industry/Association (IND) Internet search/Website (WEB) Friend/Co-worker (WOM) Other__________ (OTH)
Payment Options o Check or Money Order enclosed (Payable to CSUF. No cash please.) o Charge to: o VISA o MasterCard o American Express* o Discover Card number______________________________________________________ Expiration date (Mo./Yr.)__________________ (*When using American Express, the name on the card must exactly match that of the student who is registering.) Cardholder Signature (Authorization to charge)_________________________________________________________________ o Bill my company. (Purchase order or letter of sponsorship must accompany registration. If registering by telephone, this must be faxed the day of registration.) Photo identification required for payment by credit card or check.
Four Ways to Register 1. Online 24 hours a day Register Now extension.fullerton.edu/professionaldevelopment/Register Use your credit card to register. 2. Telephone - 657.278.2611. M-Th, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat., 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Have ready your credit card number, expiration date, and your student I.D. or Social Security number. A receipt will be mailed to you.
3. In Person - College Park building, Suite 100 (2600 Nutwood, corner of Nutwood & Commonwealth) Mon.-Thurs.: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat.: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Complete a registration form and present it at the University Extended Education office. 4. Mail Send the completed registration form with your check, money order or credit card information to: University Extended Education Registration Cal State Fullerton P.O. Box 6870 Fullerton, CA 92834-6870
Clear Your Credential – through ONLINE Classes CSUF’s online Clear Credential Program is designed to serve teachers who do not have access to induction to clear their multiple or single-subject credential.
Program Features n
Three required ONLINE courses, 9 units of graduate credit Onsite face-to-face support from a local support provider
Opportunities to interact with an online community of learners Individualized learning experiences
This was a very positive learning experience. My support provider and instructors were kind and always willing to help. Thank you for providing this program!
Up to 9 units from this program may apply to CSUF’s master’s degrees in Curriculum and Instruction and Secondary Education. Contact the Graduate Program Advisor for your program to assess the number of units that may be transferable.
You are eligible for this program if you: n
Hold a valid SB2042 single and/or multiple subject preliminary credential Are employed by a California school district, charter school, private or independent school, and teach to the California Common Core State Standards Have no access to an induction program through employing school or district Are responsible for the same group of students for extended periods of time, (e.g. RTI specialists, Option 2 teachers, long term substitute teachers who are employed most of the school year and contracted with the school district) Have access to a diverse population of students including GATE, Special Needs, and English Language Learners Are able to complete the FACT (Formative Assessment for California Teachers) requirements. http://ca-btsainduction.org/ Are able to secure a support provider at your school site with the assistance of a site administrator/principal
I feel that I have gained so much this year . . . I am more confident as a teacher, and have improved my teaching and my students’ learning in so many ways. I appreciate the guidance and patience of the faculty that supported me this through this program.
Applications for the Fall 2014 Clear Credential Program must be submitted prior to 5 p.m., August 18, 2014. For more information, visit extension.fullerton.edu/clear.
Registration Begins March 25, 2014
• Drawing & Painting
• Introduction to Public Speaking
• Writing Workshops
• Intro to H.S. Geometry
• Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & 2
• Children’s Summer Art Camp
Get your children out of the house and onto the CSUF campus this summer! Programs include:
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