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EDUC 630 IB PYP Studies and Preparation: From Theory to Practice (3 units)

This class develops the theoretical and practical knowledge of the IB Certificate in Teaching and Learning for Primary Years philosophy, international mindedness, inquiry pedagogy, curriculum design, and technology resources.Students must be concurrently enrolled in EDUC 632A.

EDUC 631 IB PYP Studies and Preparation: From Instruction to Action (3 units)

This class develops theoretical and practical knowledge of the IB Certificate in Teaching and Learning for Primary Years authorization process, assessment philosophy and standards, action cycle, grading and reporting, and reflection process. Students must be concurrently enrolled in EDUC 632B.

EDUC 632A IB Field Study: From Theory to Practice (2 units)

This field study is designed to give the participants the opportunity to explore and investigate the core concepts from the EDUC 630 class in an IB World School under the supervision of a site administrator and a CSUSM faculty member. Students must be concurrently enrolled in EDUC 630.

EDUC 632B IB Field Study: From Instruction to Action (2 units)

This class is designed to give the participants the opportunity to explore and investigate the core concepts from the EDUC 634 class in an IB World School under the supervision of a site administrator and a CSUSM faculty member. Students must be concurrently enrolled in EDUC 634.

EDUC 633 IB MYP Studies and Preparation: From Theory to Practice (3 units)

This class develops the theoretical and practical knowledge of the IB Certificate in Teaching and Learning for Middle Years philosophy including international mindedness, inquiry as a teaching approach, and curriculum development and design. Students must be concurrently enrolled in EDUC 632A.

EDUC 634 IB MYP Teachers Studies and Preparation: From Instruction to Action (3 units)

This class develops the theoretical and practical knowledge of the IB Certificate in Teaching and Learning for Middle Years authorization process, assessment philosophy and standards, action cycle, grading and reporting, and reflection as a tool for growth. Students must be concurrently enrolled in EDUC 632B.