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Introduction to Teaching and Learning 1,2 (P) (8784, 8785)
Introduction to Teaching and Learning 3,4 (P) (8786, 8787)
Introduction to Teaching and Learning Community Classroom 5,6 (8788, 8789)
Introduction to Teaching and Learning Community Classroom 7,8 (8389, 8390)


Grade Range:
 11–12
 Prerequisites:
 Human Psychology and Family Sociology 1,2
 Course duration:
 Two to eight semesters
Subject area in which graduation credit will be given:
 Practical Arts; community classroom sections may be repeated for credit
 UC subject area satisfied:
 g - College Preparatory Elective
Notes:
 Students who complete 8784, 8785 with a grade of A or B (both semesters) and on the final exam are eligible to earn up to 2 units of community college credit. Students who complete 8786,8787 with a grade of A or B (both semesters) and on the final exam are eligible to earn up to 1 unit of community college credit.

Course Description:
 These courses prepare students to assist teachers in carrying out standards and objectives in a K–12 classroom. Instruction includes program planning for the growth and development of school-age children, educational activities, reading-acquisition and reinforcement techniques, health and safety concerns, and classroom management skills. Students use computer technology to organize and prepare teaching materials. Internships at elementary, middle, and high schools are part of the curriculum.

Basic Texts and Teaching Guides:
 Shalaway, Learning to Teach . . . Not Just for Beginners, 3rd ed., Scholastic, 2005.