Supervisor & Cooperating Teacher Resources
Special note: First semester practicum and supervision model has changed. Follow the guidelines provided by your block coordinator or supervisor.
- 1st Semester Practicum/Midterm (word format 43 KB)
- Midterm Directions and Rubrics (word format 44 KB)
- Student Teaching Observation form (pdf format 123 KB)
- Evaluation form (word format 496 KB)
- Instructions and Rubric for the evaluation form (word format 82 KB)
- State Standards for Teachers (Teacher Performance Expectations) (pdf format 35 KB)
- Single Subjects Bilingual Credential Cooperating Teacher Handbook (word format 258 KB)
- Multiple Subjects Bilingual Credential Cooperating Teacher Handbook (word format 246 KB)
Special note: First semester practicum, supervision model and the course sequence has changed. Follow the guidelines provided by your block coordinator or supervisor.
- San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) Dual Language Directory for San Diego County (PDF format 336 KB)
- Bilingual Credential Multiple Subject Teaching Handbook (word format 827 KB)
- Bilingual Credential Single Subject Teaching Handbook (word format 709 KB)
- Bilingual Credential Teacher Preparation Guidelines (pdf format 1.2 MB)
- Student Teaching Observation Prep form (word format 422 KB)
- Navigating SPED After BCLAD A presentation by Emily Villagrana at the August 26th, 2011 ALAS Orientation (powerpoint format 2.4 MB)
San Diego State University Websites
- Philosophy of Cultural Pluralism
- Sociocultural Awareness/Context
- Language, Acquisition, Development & Literacy
- Diagnostic/Cognitive Mapping
- Multicultural Curriculum Teaching Strategies
- Strategies for Educational Transformation
- Action Research for Improving the Social Climate
- Bilingual Education Research
- Lesson Plans and Classroom Resources
- K-12 Teaching & Lesson Planning Online Resources
- Global Connections
- Kid's Online Magazines
- Pen Pals
- Issues of Language Policy
- Language Rights Related Websites
- More Online Resources
- AERA - American Educational Research Association
"The American Educational Research Association is concerned with improving the educational process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results. AERA is the most prominent international professional organization with the primary goal of advancing educational research and its practical application. Its 20,000 members are educators; administrators; directors of research, testing or evaluation in federal, state and local agencies; counselors; evaluators; graduate students; and behavioral scientists. The broad range of disciplines represented by the membership includes education, psychology, statistics, sociology, history, economics, philosophy, anthropology, and political science."
- CABE - California Association for Bilingual Education
"CABE is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1976 to promote bilingual education and quality educational experiences for all students in California. CABE has 7,000 members with over 60 chapters/affiliates, all working to promote equity and student achievement for students with diverse cultural, racial, and linguistic backgrounds."
- CATESOL - California Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
"CATESOL holds an annual state conference in the spring featuring three days of noted speakers, workshops and presentations on teaching techniques and current research, and publishers' exhibits. Three large regional conferences are held each year in the fall in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Additionally, smaller chapter conferences are held throughout the year in California and Nevada."
- NABE - National Association for Bilingual Education
"NABE recognizes the importance of providing all children with access to a world-class education. In light of this,the Association's priorities include:
- Improving instructional practice for linguistically and culturally diverse students; Expanding professional development programs for teachers serving language-minority students; Securing adequate funding for the federal Bilingual Education Act and other programs serving limited-English-proficient students; Defending the rights of language-minority Americans; and
- Keeping language-minority Americans clearly in focus as states and communities move forward with educational reforms."
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