Teaching Credential Programs
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
California Subject Matter Projects
A professional development network of nine subject areas, offering professional development for teachers and pre-service teachers. Click here to learn about each program: https://csmp.online/. Below are local subject matter sites:
- California Reading and Literature Project, Region 7
- Central California World Language Project
- San Joaquin Valley Mathematics Project
- San Joaquin Valley Writing Project
Central California World Language Project
The CCWLP strives to provide high quality, content-rich professional learning opportunities for K-16 world languages and dual immersion educators. Learn more about CCWLP.
CSET Test Prep
Find study guides, including test content, practice test questions, score scales for written assignments, computer-based testing tutorials, annotated bibliographies, and test results explanations, as applicable. (click here for link)
Edjoin - Education Job Database
Edjoin is a job database used by most districts in the State of California. To quickly search for jobs in the Central Valley, visit: www.edjoin.org then click "Job Search" then "Region Search" then "California" > this will bring you to a list of all counties within California. Clicking on each county will show you a list of all organizations (districts) that are hiring.
Credential students have access to several materials in INTERESC (ED 420) for use in their field placement classrooms, including one-on-one Tk20 Support beginning February 1, 2019.
Math and Science CSET Workshops and Reimbursement of fees program
The Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI) at California State University, Fresno (funded by a grant from the CSU Chancellor’s Office) is pleased to announce the availability of FREE, interactive, online mathematics and science CSET courses and workshops! (click here website)
MSTI also offers CSET reimbursement in the areas of Math, Biology, Chemistry, Geoscience, Physics, as well as the Single Subject (including Foundational Level) math or science or Subject Matter Authorization (math or science). MSTI will also reimburse the CTC credential/authorization application fee, which can be over $100. Students will need to submit the invoice form and receipts to Alyssia c/o MSTI in ED 156 (drop off in ED 250).