EDEL 100 Course Work
INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING & LEARNING IN DIVERSE CONTEMPORARY CLASSROOMS
EDEL 100 will provide students with an introduction to teaching as a profession. The course will address the qualities of an effective teacher, components and purposes of an effective professional portfolio, and critical issues in diverse contemporary classrooms. In this course, students will initiate development of their Teacher TRAC Reflective Practitioner Workbook. This course requires a minimum of ten (10) hours of structured fieldwork in an approved public K-8 general education classroom. (1 Unit)
Transfer Credit: CSU
SERVE Hourly Requirements:
The EDEL 100 course provides students with 10 hours of elementary classroom observation during the course. This observation assignment will allow the student the opportunity to see how the California Standards for the Teaching Profession are being implemented in the daily activities of elementary instruction. Participating Mentor Teachers have a minimum of three years classroom experience and have been recommended as exemplary teachers by their school administration. They have graciously volunteered their classrooms so that our Teacher TRAC students can fulfill their EDEL 100 fieldwork requirement.