Foundations of Teaching Adult Learners

3 Units
Credit Validation

Course Description

Credit Validation, Convenient Online Format

This course provides candidates with an understanding of how to become an effective teacher of adults. Strategies for teaching to a diverse group of adult learners will be provided including differentiated instruction techniques for special needs and English learners.

Course Details

Number of Units: 3.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours

Who Should Attend: Teachers who need to fulfill the requirements for the Designated Subjects 3-year preliminary Adult Education credential (issued 2/1/2013)

Prerequisites:

Completion of Foundations of Curriculum.

Course Options

Course Date Units Price
EDC-X784G – 036 22 Feb 202312 Apr 2023 3 $620

Foundations of Teaching Adult Learners

22 Feb 202312 Apr 2023
3
$620
Credit Validation
Cherise Moore

Course Dates:  February 22 – April 12, 2023

Course Format:  Online; login information will be emailed to you by the first day of class.

Course Materials:  No textbook required.

This course is for Adult Education Credentials only.

Note: This course has a prerequisite requirement, Foundations of Curriculum. It is recommended you verify that you have met prerequisite(s) prior to enrolling. In order to be compliant with USD registration policies, contact LACOE directly at 562-922-6798 should you have questions or are seeking verification of completion of the prerequisite(s).

Refund Policy: All Credit Validation enrollments are refundable, less a $25 fee, if requested within 30 days of enrollment date. There will be no refunds for Credit Validation courses after the allotted 30 days.

Enrollment Open Through:  February 22, 2023 (11:59pm PT) or until course reaches its maximum enrollment.  If so, please add yourself to the wait list.

What You Will Learn

  • Fulfill requirements for the Designated Subjects 3-year preliminary Adult Education credential
  • Develop an understanding of the andragogy and principles of teaching adults along with key concepts that inform teaching practices
  • Demonstrate strategies for teaching to a diverse group of adult learners

Instructors

Professional development courses offered by the University of San Diego’s Division of Professional & Continuing Education are taught by faculty that possess a depth and breadth of academic and real-world professional experience.

Why USD?

PCE nurtures key partnerships on the local, national and international level to better serve working professionals who seek to enhance or build their careers, as well as with their employers to help achieve their highest value and potential. Contact us today to learn more.

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Learning Method Information

Courses offer a convenient, yet rigorous style of learning that allows you to structure your education to suit your schedule while keeping you on pace toward achieving your educational.

Credit Validation

The University of San Diego’s Division of Professional and Continuing Education offers graduate-level extension credit for work completed in trainings, workshops, conferences, induction, credentials, and other professional development programs not offered directly by USD. Complete one of the above and a member of our division will help you earn credit for your hard work and dedication to continuing your education.

Key Benefits of Credit Validation Courses

Make Your Work Count

Earn credit for your previous work in trainings, workshops, and conferences through a simple process.

Advance Faster

Save money by earning credit for work you completed and get one step closer to salary advancement.

Work Towards a Degree

Many receiving institutions may accept credits towards degree programs, giving you a head start in earning a graduate degree.

Testimonials

In the wake of the Pandemic it is evident that we need to adjust our teaching practices to the new reality. Teachers need to know how to engage learners who have limited access to technology and limited digital literacy skills. What we learned yesterday is obsolete today.

For me it was a new approach to learning