Our program is built on these principles:
- Meld theory and practice
- Integrate social justice and action in schools
- Inspire student engagement
- Construct healthy learning environments
- Understand student multidimensionality
- Designate and integrate pedagogy with and for emergent bilingual students
- Designate and integrate pedagogy with and for students with different abilities
- Embed field experience
- Exhibit teacher professionalism and agency
- Promote digital citizenship and critical digital literacies
- Make content accessible
- Develop digital pedagogies
- Apply inquiry-based models of teaching and learning
- Include content-specific pedagogy
- Utilize the Universal Design and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support to plan instruction
- Create authentic assessments
After completing the credential requirements, candidates may continue studies for a second year and earn a Master's degree in one of the following areas:
- Policy Administration
- Digital Learning
- Coming soon: Language and Culture
- Teach for Social Justice while acting as proactive agents for all stakeholders.
- Exhibit professional responsibility and leadership when engaging all stakeholders.
- Cultivates an inclusive environment to support all PK-12 student learning.
- Cultivates healthy learning environments.
- Apply developmentally appropriate instruction to support all PK-12 student learning.
- Differentiate authentic assessment methods in using student data to inform instruction and assist all stakeholders.
*All LMU School of Education credential programs meet the California state requirements as specified by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC). The institution has not made a determination as to whether the credential program meets the requirement of states outside of California.