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Orientation To Liberal Studies In Education

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This course is an orientation to the primary components of the Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies program.  Students will be introduced to the program’s progression and degree completion requirements.  Field experience, electronic resources, e-portfolio, Teacher Performance Assessments, and student teaching will be discussed.

This undergraduate-level course is 1 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 1

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    Field Experience

    • Examine types of field experiences, including involved courses.
    • Identify the number of field experience requirements.
    • Review procedures for the Online Center of Field Placement.
    • Review the Field Experience Records, Reflections, and Reviews.
    • Explain the requirements and sections of the Field Experience Record.
    • Describe the purposes of field experience requirements.

    BSLS Program Conduct and Supplemental Standards

    • Discuss Student Code of Academic Integrity.
    • Discuss Student Code of Conduct.
    • Review Supplemental Standards.

    Introduction to the Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies Program

    • Review the mission, purpose, program description, design, and conceptual framework of the Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies (BSLS) program.
    • Examine program admission, progression, general education, minimum GPA, course sequence, credit, and degree completion requirements.
    • Explain the CBEST, CSET, and RICA requirements, due dates, and purposes.
    • Acknowledge other program and credential requirements.
    • Review and discuss program sequence and integrated studies courses.

    e-Portfolio (TaskStream)

    • Complete the TaskStream registration process.
    • Identify the purpose and use of the e-Portfolio in the BSLS program.
    • Define and describe the Direct Response Folio (DRF).
    • Describe the Personal Presentation and Resource Portfolios.

    Electronic Resources

    • Review program specific resources.
    • Explain College of Education Web Links Library, General Resources.
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