Course Credit Information
Upon successful completion of all course requirements, 3 semester graduate level professional development credits will be awarded. These credits are professional development units that are not part of a degree program; instead, these credits are primarily used for professional advancement (such as salary increment steps and recertification). Students are advised to seek approval of appropriate district or college officials before enrolling in this course to satisfy any degree, state credential, or local school district requirements. State licensing departments vary regarding their criteria for credit acceptance and one or two states may not accept credit from universities that are located outside the state. Brandman University, a division of the Chapman University system is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
You must attend the entire seminar, as well as complete all coursework through Brandman University, a division of the Chapman University system.
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Conceptual Framework for Adult Learning
The overarching theme for all educator preparation programs is “The Educator as Reflective Practitioner.” The initial and advanced teacher education programs and the advanced program in educational leadership focus on the development of knowledge, skills, and professional dispositions to ensure that all candidates are well prepared and meet all institutional, state, and professional standards at the completion of their program. The Conceptual Framework describes the shared vision of teaching, learning, and the preparation of teachers and school leaders. It outlines a philosophy and commitment to the education profession; guides programmatic decisions; and ensures coherence among curricula, field experiences, clinical practice, and the unit’s assessment system. The Conceptual Framework reflects a commitment to the ability to:
1. apply content and pedagogical knowledge to the teaching and learning process
All attendees will also receive a personalized certificate of course completion at the end of the seminar which will verify participation in our seminar.
Chapman University partners with a number of national professional development organizations that offer seminars and workshops nationwide.
Course fee is:
1 Graduate Credits: Pre-Pay $379.00
2 Graduate Credits: Pre-Pay $479.00
3 Graduate Credits: Pre-Pay $579.00
Fee includes the graduate credits