BTSA is a state-funded induction program, co-sponsored by the California Department of Education (CDE) and the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) designed to support the professional development of newly-credentialed, beginning teachers and fulfill the requirements for the California Clear Multiple and Single Subjects Credentials.
The California Teacher Recruitment Program (CTRP), operated by the Tulare County Office of Education, is pleased to serve the Central Valley, Salinas Valley, and Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties. The CTRP is dedicated to the recruitment, selection, employment and professional growth of quality teachers, administrators and paraprofessionals. We provide assistance to school districts and teacher preparation agencies in seeking, screening, referring and supporting all teachers to comply with the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act.
The Center for Teaching English Learners serves as a resource center for curriculum design in intercultural and second-language education for K-12 educators, so prospective and practicing teachers whose classroom teaching is impacted by the presence of culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) learners can locate innovative, language- and culture-specific strategies and teaching materials.
In 1993, California State University, San Bernardino established the Center for the Study of Correctional Education. The Center provides services for veteran and aspiring teachers of academic, vocational, and social education and for correctional education administrators who work in local, state, federal and private institutions.
21st century learners must adapt to rapid technological, environmental and social changes,
navigate vast currents of information, and learn to work creatively and collaboratively with
people from diverse cultures at home and across the globe.
Gain insights, cognitive tools and teaching methods to support our students for success now and in the future. Sessions and topics are provided for the entire educational community:
administrators, teachers, counselors, psychologists, and higher education students and faculty.
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The Education Leadership Council serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean of the College of Education.
The Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship (JOSEA) publishes quality research outcomes of graduate studies in the field of special education. It intends to promote scholarly apprenticeship between graduate students and faculty advisors. JOSEA is interested in original research articles, project reports, book reviews, and essays on important current issues which will foster best practices in special education.
JOSEA is an online journal designed particularly for scholars in graduate programs. Implications of journal articles should be useful for classroom teachers, administrators, and other professionals who are interested in research-based practices with children and youth with disabilities.
The Journal of Latinos and Education (JLE) provides a cross-, multi-, and interdisciplinary forum for scholars and writers from diverse disciplines who share a common interest in the analysis, discussion, critique, and dissemination of educational issues that impact Latinos. There are four broad arenas which encompass most issues of relevance: (1) Policy, (2) Research, (3) Practice, and (4) Creative & Literary works.
The Institute for Research, Assessment & Professional Development at Cal State, San Bernardino provides opportunities across all three domains of the institute (i.e., research, assessment, professional development) to enhance collaborations between program areas, faculty, graduate students, and partnering activities with community agencies, such as the California Department of Rehabilitation, Veterans Affairs, School Districts within the IE, California Department of Corrections, and related community agencies. Services include comprehensive vocational evaluations and situational assessments for individuals from transition aged youth to the elder population. In addition, neurofeedback interventions are provided on a sliding scale fee for children and adults. Evidence based practices have shown positive results for the treatment of ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Autism/Asperger’s syndrome (with higher functioning individuals), Academic Cognitive Enhancement, Anger, Cognitive Decline with Aging, Conduct Disorder, Creativity & Optimal Functioning, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), as well as other conditions through the use of neurofeedback.
The NLEN, which was formed in 2003, is comprised of a broad spectrum of researchers, teaching professionals and educators, academics, scholars, administrators, independent writers and artists, policy and program specialists, students, parents, families, civic leaders, activists, and advocates. In short, those sharing a common interest in educational issues that impact Latinos.
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) Integration Lab
The mission of the Technology Education Integration Lab is to increase the rate of Technological Literacy and support Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) initiatives within our community through the education of youth, young adults, and the individuals who teach them. Students are given an opportunity to learn about the processes, practical use, and application of knowledge related to technologies that are needed to solve problems and extend human capabilities. The lab provides a facility, resources, and foundation to enhance and encourage science, math, and technological learning for K-12 students and the community. It also provides a venue for technological businesses to showcase new technologies and their practical use to teachers, students, and their community.
The University Center for Developmental Disabilities (UCDD) subscribes to a philosophy of positive behavioral interventions. Such interventions are intended to promote the dignity of each consumer and be as non-invasive as possible. UCDD believes that all consumers have the ability to increase their independence and maturity. To accomplish this goal, UCDD utilizes Functional Analysis to understand the structure and function of challenging behaviors in order to teach new or replacement behaviors as effective alternatives to the identified problem behaviors.
Watson & Associates Literacy Center
The Watson & Associates Literacy Center offers interactive tutoring to help children meet their literacy needs through specifically designed programs to improve and enhance their reading, writing and speaking skills. Students in kindergarten through 12th grade, as well as adults, benefit from working with experts who pinpoint each person's specific abilities and needs, and then design a program to achieve these goals. All tutoring instruction is overseen by fully credentialed licensed specialists including teachers and masters students.
Wisdom in Education is an online journal that publishes full-length articles; essays; reviews of books, films, videos, software and curricula; interviews, conversations; and relevant artistic expression. Its purpose is to interface academic and practitioner perspectives within the educational communities of the California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) service region. Articles range from scholarly and action research of teaching and learning to broad essays on pedagogically important issues that focus on specific teaching issues or techniques, to relevant creative expression. The general intent is to share theoretically stimulating and practically useful information and advice and perspectives, with and among educators. The variety of formats is intended to encourage inclusion of diverse voices and expressions relevant to learning.