California Educator

February 2015

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MARCH 6–8 Conference Equity and Human Rights Conference Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, Burlingame This conference affirms CTA's mission to protect the civil rights of children and secure a more equitable, democratic society. Speakers and workshops provide members with a greater understanding of the issues of diversity and equity. Find out more: MARCH 13–15 Conference Region III Leadership Conference Manhattan Beach Marriott "Our Union, Our Future." CTA's future depends on identi- fication and training of local leaders to survive the educa- tional challenges facing California. Find out more: MARCH 17 Application Deadline SCTA Scholarships Scholarships are offered to Student CTA members: Two $600 scholarships to undergraduates at a four-year university; two $200 scholarships to community college students; two $250 scholarships to ethnic minority mem- bers; and two $550 scholarships to graduate students at a four-year university. Find out more: MARCH 20–22 Conference Good Teaching Conference South Sheraton Harbor Island, San Diego The Good Teaching Conferences support excellent teach- ing and learning practices for K-12 teachers. They offer a variety of workshops in curriculum content areas, provide opportunities for professional development, and allow time to network with colleagues and experts. Find out more: California Educator Volume 19, Issue 6, February 2015 California Educator (ISSN 1091-6148) is published monthly except January, June and July by: California Teachers Association, 1705 Murchison Dr., Burlingame, CA 94010- 4583. Periodicals Postage Paid at Burlingame, CA, and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send change of address to California Educator, P.O. Box 4178, Burlingame, CA 94011-4178. CTA/NEA-Retired Candidacy Form CTA & You 63 V O L U M E 1 9 I S S U E 6 WI15-3045 CCTC Approved Reading and Literacy Added Authorization UC San Diego Extension offers the CCTC Approved Reading and Literacy Added Authorization (previously referred to as Reading Certificate) which is a comprehensive program of study that provides students with a solid foundation in the research and methods of reading instruction. The Reading and Literacy Added Authorization program is geared towards teachers with the potential to become leaders and mentors in the area of reading. It will provide educators with the right tools to improve student achievement. Program Highlights: • The program provides participants with the skills to develop a research-based program of reading instruction for implementation in their own classrooms or as a resource for other classroom teachers • This certificate is aligned with the requirements and standards established by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC). • 100% online To view credential requirements, the program FAQs and to download an application please visit our Reading Instruction 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: • CCTC-Approved Clear Credential Program • CCTC Approved CLAD Through CTEL Program • College Counseling Specialized Certificate • Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) Specialized Certificate • Teaching Adult Learners Professional Certificate • Teaching Online Certificate • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Professional Certificate • Professional Development/Salary Point Coursework For more information, please contact Morgan Appel, Director of Education at: (858) 534-9273 or

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