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Teacher Education

College of Education

Department Chair: Catherine C. DuCharme

Department Office: Carrie Hernandez, Office Manager
Education Building (ED) 1, Room 13, (562) 985-4506

Teacher Preparation Advising Center
Patricia Burn, Co-Director
Jan Condou, Associate Director
Education Building (ED) 1, Room 67, (562) 985-9259

Office of Field Programs/Student Teaching
Deborah Hamm, Director,
Stephanie Africano, Program Coordinator
Education Building (ED) 1, Room 51, (562) 985-4508

Faculty: Shuhua An, Haldon Anderson, John Attinasi, Paul Boyd-Batstone, Ella Glenn Burnett, Carole A. Cox, Catherine DuCharme, Claude Goldenberg, Felipe Golez, William Jeynes, Ruth Knudson, Marina C. Krause, Trinidad Lewis, Xin Li, Ping Liu, Carol Lord, Michael Lovorn, Richard F. Marrs (Emeritus, 2000), Corinne Martinez, Greta Nagel, Huong Tran Nguyen, Jyotsna Pattnaik, Ruth Piker, Matt Quirk, Leslie Reese, Olga Rubio, Fay Shin, Linda Symcox, Joan Theurer, Steve Turley, Kaye West (Emerita, 2000), Linda C. Whitney, Shelley Xu, Jessica Zacher

Multiple Subject Credential Program Advisors
Patricia Burn, MSCP Program and MSCP Intern Program
Olga Rubio, MSCP Spanish BCLAD Emphasis
Ping Liu, MSCP Asian BCLAD Emphasis

View the Department of Teacher Education website at www.ced.csulb.edu/teacher-ed.
View the Teacher Preparation Advising Center website at www.ced.csulb.edu/tpac
View the Field Programs (Student Teaching) website at www.ced.csulb.edu/fpo

Introduction

The Department of Teacher Education offers course work in credential, certificate, and Master's degree
programs that include preliminary and advanced Professional preparation. The department houses the Multiple Subject Credential Program, a Reading Certificate program, a Reading and Language Arts Specialist credential program, and Master's degree programs in Early Childhood Education, Reading, Dual Language Development, and Curriculum and Instruction. Courses are offered at a variety of times, with most courses offered in the late afternoon and evening to accommodate working schedules.