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TEACh3 is a transfer program and pathway for Coastline, Golden West and Orange Coast College students seeking a career in education. Ultimate goals for Teach3 students vary-some are seeking a K-12 teaching credential, others are working towards fulfilling ECE units, some are fulfilling fieldwork requirements only, others are currently paraprofessionals already in a classroom, some are taking just a few courses to see if they want to pursue a credential or classroom career as a paraprofessional, others are home-schooling parents looking to pick up some skills in teaching, and some students are working on our Certificate in Educational Studies only.

Coastline is the District's Distance Learning Provider for TEACh3 courses – all the TEACh3 courses we offer are online. Students preferring the same courses in a traditional classroom format should check course schedules at Golden West College or Orange Coast.

TEACh3 Related Online Courses for Fall 2015

Due to constant changes in teacher education credential requirements check with counseling and/or TEACh3 to make sure your course selections are aligned with your career and professional goals.

  • EDUC C 103 (Tech Course, Level I Proficiencies)
  • EDUC C 104 (The one unit ITEP and Track I Education Course for EDEL 100 at CSULB)
  • EDUC C 200 (The Teaching Profession)
  • EDUC C 180 (School, Family, Community Partnerships)
  • Math C 104 (Math for Elementary School Teachers) (GE) (AA-T) Note: (Math for Teachers courses do not have to be taken in any particular order)
  • Math C 106 (Geometry for Elementary School Teachers (GE) Note: Math for Teachers courses do not have to be taken in any particular order)
  • Math C 103 (Statistics for Elementary School Teachers) (GE) Note: (Math for Teachers courses do not have to be taken in any particular order)
  • Chemistry C 105 (Chemistry Explorations for Teachers)
  • Psychology C 116 (Child Growth and Development)

Check the schedule for additional online courses aligned with various teacher preparation programs such as:

  • History C 170 (American History)
  • Geology C 105/141
  • English C 143 (Children's Literature)
  • English C 140 (Introduction to Literature) (For ITEP, C2) (CSUF)
  • English C150 (American Literature 1) (for ITEP, C2); (CSUF)

Download these suggested course grids from three of our partner institutions, CSULB -CSUF and CSUDH and the grid for Coastline's Liberal Studies AA Major for Teaching to use as an additional resource for selecting courses +

PDF 1: CSULB Liberal Studies Transfer Credit Guide-Courses Available at Coastline, Golden West, Orange Coast, and other partnering Community Colleges

PDF 2: CSUF Recommended Pattern for General Education Transfer Classes: CSET/ Multiple Subject Test Preparation

PDF 3: CSUF Equivalent Community College Courses for the Liberal Studies Major and for Admission to the Multiple Subject Credential Program

PDF 4: CSUF Articulated Courses for the Child & Adolescent Development Major- (lower division substitutions for CSUF's CAS 101, CAS 201, SPED 371) note: Coastline will have an equivalent course for SPED 371, Spring 2014 (articulation pending).

PDF 5: Coastline's Liberal Studies Major/Specialization AA Degree (for Teaching)

PDF 6: CSUDH Liberal Studies/ Teaching: Community College Course Substitutions


Classes scheduled for Fall 2015 for ITEP/Track I, Liberal Studies Online:

Check with Counseling and/or TEACh3 for late modifications and recommended GE course selections.

  • Math C104 (Math for Elementary School Teachers) (GE)
  • Math C 103 (Statistics and Probability for Elementary School Teachers) (GE)
  • Math C 106 (Geometry for Elementary School Teachers (GE) Note: Math for Teachers courses do not have to be taken in any particular order)
  • Psychology C116 (Child Growth and Development)
  • Education C103 (Tech Course, Level I Proficiencies)
  • Education C104 (The One unit ITEP Ed Course for EDEL 100 at CSULB)
  • Education 200C (The Teaching Profession)
  • Several Literature classes, e.g. Engl C 140, and other classes in Areas II-VI . Note CSULB PDF and consult the CCC schedule for updated details

NOTE:

  1. Lower division requirements for TRACK I CSULB are now identical to courses required for ITEP;
  2. As of Fall 2013 CSULB requests that California History be taken at CSULB.

Besides the Above Courses, for Liberal Studies Online only:

  • Education 180 (Family, School, Community Partnerships) - elective and/or (Pending) to meet category requirement)
  • English 143 - (Children's Literature)- elective and/or (Pending) to meet category/ unit requirement.
  • Chemistry C105 (Chemistry Explorations for Teachers)/ as of Fall 2008 no longer required for new ITEP students but good for Liberal Studies Online, CSET prep, Foundational Science Credential (Check with Counseling and/or TEACh3 for late modifications and updates)

Classes scheduled for Fall 2015 for CSUF:

In order to make informed decisions:

  1. Use the CSUF downloads linked here as an additional resource
  2. Check with Counseling and/or TEACh3 for late modifications and recommended GE course selections
  3. Check with CSUF's Center for Careers in Teaching for latest updates

Offered for Fall: (related to CSUF's course grids)

  • Education C104 and Education C200 and Education 103 (together are accepted for CSUF's EDEL 315 A/B;
  • English C143 (Children's Literature) (accepted for CSUF's English 341)
  • Math C104 (Math for Elem. School Teachers) (GE)
  • Math C 106 (Geometry for Elementary School Teachers (GE) Note: Math for Teachers courses do not have to be taken in any particular order)
  • Math C 103 (Statistics and Probability for Elementary School Teachers)
  • Chem C105 (Chemistry Explorations for Teachers)/ good for Area B, Natural Sciences, CSET prep, Foundational Science Credential

For CSUF CHAD majors:

  • Education C180 (School, Family, Community Partnerships) (for CAS 201)
  • Psychology C116 (Child Growth and Development) (for CAS 101)

Reminder: Use Coastline's online Fall schedule together with the CSUF PDF course grids for optimal selection of other Area A-E courses, and as always, check with Counseling and/or TEACh3 for late modifications and updates.


ECE Courses offered Fall 2015:

  • Education C180 (Family, School, Community Partnerships)
  • English C143 (Children's Literature)
  • Psychology C116 (Child Growth and Development)

Check with Child Development Permit institution for additional options; check with Coastline's Psychology Department for new ECE possibilities pending approval.


Special Education:

TBA. Due to late-breaking changes in requirements and courses, check with TEACh3 and/or counseling.


For Coastline's Certificate in Educational Studies:

Required Course Available Fall 2015:

  • Education C200 (The Teaching Profession)
  • Education C104 (Diverse Contemporary Classrooms)
  • Education C103 (Tech Course, Level I Proficiencies)
  • Educ C180 (Family School Community Partnerships)
  • Psychology 116 (Child Growth and Development) OR Psychology 118 (Transitions through the Lifespan)

Certificate Electives Available Fall 2015

  • English C143 (Children's Literature)
  • Chemistry 105 (Chemistry Exploration for Teachers)
  • Math 104 (Geometry for Elementary School teachers)
  • Math 103 (Statistics and Probability for Elementary School Teachers)
  • Math C 106 (Geometry for Elementary School Teachers (GE) Note: Math for Teachers courses do not have to be taken in any particular order)
  • Health 100 (Health Education)
  • Human Services 100 (Intro to Human Services)
  • Foreign Language (check schedule)
  • Education 101 (Tutor Training) Note: Tutor Training (Education 101) does NOT count as a specific TEACh3 transfer course and will not substitute for existing requirements but the units count as elective units for the Certificate in Educational Studies.

Questions? Email Dr. Chard-Yaron

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