Learning Outcome 1: Developing Educator
Students think, write, and speak critically about the general knowledge, skills, dispositions, and responsibilities of a California public educator in the classroom, school, community, State, and National contexts. Students demonstrate competency in subject area content, acquire introductory pedagogical skills, and apply perspectives of the Educational Foundations to their developing professional practices.
Learning Outcome 2: Diversity and Multicultural Scholar
Students evaluate their own and others’ experiences based on social identities, socialization practices, and societal institutions from both historical and contemporary perspectives. Students critically examine the value of diversity and multiculturalism. Students inform their educational practices and perspectives by applying concepts and theories of diversity and multiculturalism.
Learning Outcome 3: Social Justice Collaborator
Students combine disciplinary knowledge, community experience, and reflective practice to become ethically and socially responsible educators working towards a just and sustainable world. Students identify and pursue paths for social change. Students collaborate with stakeholders to advocate for access, equity, and justice in public education and other societal institutions.