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SU10-1064 CA Educator Ad_SU10-1064 CA Educator Ad 8/9/10 9:54 AM Page 1 Heads up! Deadlines Candidacy for state delegate to NEA convention January 31, 2011 Candidates for state delegate to the Repre- sentative Assembly at the 2011 NEA con- vention in Chicago must file a declaration of candidacy by Monday, Jan. 31. For more information, see page 36.  Introducing the Clear Credential Program (Single and Multiple Subject) The UC San Diego Extension SB 2042 Clear Credential program is designed for public, charter and private school teachers who are employed in a school or district that do not have an Induction program. After completing the program, students can then initiate the formal recommendation to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. The new UC San Diego Extension Clear Credential Program is: • 100% online. • designed to to meet the new standards defined by the CCTC. • one of the first programs to be made available under the new CCTC standards. • specifically designed to be completed within one year. • UC San Diego Extension is now accepting applications for the new program. To view credential requirements, the program FAQ and to download an application please visit our Clear Credential program page at UC San Diego Extension also offers accessible and affordable online programs for K-12 and Postsecondary Educators. • New courses begin every month • Most programs can be completed online within 1 year • Interactive, Research-Based Programs with Practical Classroom Application Programs include: • CLAD Through CTEL • CCTC-Approved Reading Certificate • Career and Technical Education (CTE) • College Counseling For more information, please contact • Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) • Teaching Adult Learners • Teaching Online • Professional Development/ Salary Point Coursework Candidacy for CTA/NEA-Retired offices January 31, 2011 Candidates for CTA/NEA-Retired State Council representative for District 4 (serv- ing one year to fill a vacancy) and CTA/ NEA-Retired Minority At-Large Director must submit a declaration of candidacy by Monday, Jan. 31. For more information, see page 35. Conferences Equity and Human Rights Conference March 4-6, 2011 Fairmont, San Jose The 2011 Equity and Human Rights Confer- ence theme is “Leveraging the Power of Di- versity to Create Change.” This conference captures the essence of the mandate in CTA’s Mission Statement: To ensure that the dignity and civil rights of all children and youth are protected and to secure a more equitable and democratic society. The conference offers a choice of 50 work- shops in four time slots to enhance CTA members’ understanding of the issues of diversity and equity. Highlights include the Human Rights Awards luncheon on Satur- day and entertainment provided by stu- dents from local area schools at the Sunday brunch. For more information, visit Events/Conferences. Morgan Appel, Director of Education at: (858) 964-1064 or 34 California Educator | DECEMBER 2010 • JANUARY 2011 Good Teaching Conference South March 18-20, 2011 Hyatt Regency, Orange County (near Disneyland) The CTA Good Teaching Conference, pre- sented in Northern and Southern editions, is designed to support excellent teaching and learning practices for classroom teach- ers. Offering a variety of diverse workshops in curriculum content areas for K-12 teach- ers, the conference provides opportunities for professional development and offers time to network and share ideas with col- leagues and experts in the field. More than 80 workshops are scheduled, includ- ing sessions on innovative educational best practices, technology, classroom man- agement, and much more. Rob Black, the popular host of television’s “Rob Black and Your Money,” will present a bonus session Saturday morning on financial issues for educators. For more information, visit Events/Conferences. SU10-1064

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