Course alignment of LA requirements and Brandman Course was provided by the LA Office of Higher Education and Teacher Certification.
Course numbers indicated on the document above have changed at Brandman University as indicated below.
- EDEU 9390 - EDEU 502
- EDEU 9391 - EDEU 503
- EDEU9392 - EDEU 504
EDCU 9080-211012-ZOOM Curriculum Design for the Multicultural Classroom
AN ACTIVE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION to Grammarly.com is required for those enrolled in ASPD/UMass Global courses to strengthen understanding of academic English.
Explore theories, practices, and principles related to structuring and organizing curriculum and instruction intended to aid English language learners at all levels of English language development in meeting college and career readiness standards while simultaneously developing academic and instructional language. Best practices for developing and implementing assessments that provide valid and reliable data about the degree to which students are learning content, meeting college and career readiness standards, and developing academic language will also be included. Strategies for adjusting instruction and assessment based on language development will also be studied. (Applies toward LA ESL Endorsement.) 3 credits
EDEU502 - Cross Cultural Issues in Educating ELs
Teachers analyze their personal attitudes, values, and beliefs about English, bi/multilingualism, language use, patriotism, power, privilege, and cultural norms. Explore implications for how these impact interactions with students and their families, instructional decisions, perceptions about student performance, teaching, learning, assessment, and evaluation of English Learners in multicultural educational settings. Effective Dec 1, 2019, a minimum of 20 clock hours of on-site activities in PK-12 schools is included (can be completed in your own classroom if teaching English Learners). 3 credits.
Course requires a FINAL PROJECT that must be completed with students in a PK-12 classroom over at least three class periods.
EDEU502-210713-ZOOM - Cross Cultural Issues in Educating ELs
Gain deeper awareness of how one’s personal attitudes, values, and beliefs about language, patriotism, culture, teaching, learning, power, privilege, and other cultural norms, values, and mores impact teaching and learning. Participants will relate these concepts to cross-cultural interactions in educational settings and explore implications about how these impact interactions with students and their families, instructional decisions, and perceptions about student performance, teaching, and learning within your professional practice.
Course requires a FINAL PROJECT that must be completed with students in a PK-12 classroom over at least three class periods. This project may be modified.