Project GLOBAL Competence is a brand-new, 3-year project focused on redesigning the vision for Multiple Subject (MS) Global Competence in teacher education. It parallels the US PREP Framework and California Global 2030 Initiative.
In partnership with San Marcos Unified School District and Valley Center-Pauma Unified School District, Project GLOBAL Competence is working to
The California Mini-Corps (CMC) program at Cal State San Marcos is designed to provide direct instructional services for migrant students in grades K-12 through a cadre of trained college tutors. Cal State San Marcos is one of 22 Mini-Corps locations throughout the state and the program is sponsored by the State Department of Education Compensatory Education Migrant Section office.
The Distinguished Teacher in Residence (DTiR) program at CSUSM came about when local superintendents expressed a desire to build collaborative relationships between their school districts and the University's teacher preparation program. The goal of this program is to establish and maintain close connections between teacher education and exemplary school practices. The DTiR program has helped create important linkages between public schools in North San Diego County and CSUSM.
Friends and colleagues of Dr. Mark Baldwin, former dean of California State University San Marcos College of Education (now known as the School of Education), respectfully request your consideration of a donation to help establish the Dr. Mark Baldwin Endowed Memorial Scholarship at the CSUSM School of Education. Mark’s true passion was encouraging and preparing students to become teachers. View scholarship flier here.
The San Marcos Writing Project (SMWP) is one of 190 sites of the National Writing Project (17 in California), which is a professional development network of teachers whose goal is to improve student-writing achievement by improving the teaching and learning of writing in the nation’s schools. We host Invitational and Open Institutes around relevant topics in the summer or two to three day workshops during the school year. We also host Young Writer’s Camps for two weeks in the summer at school sites around North San Diego County for students in grades two through eight.
Project ACCEPT provides professional development to improve the education of English learners.
The Southern California Professional Development Federation is a collaboration representing 28 districts in San Diego, Orange, and Riverside Counties, 8 Charter Schools, Palomar & MiraCosta Colleges, the School of Education at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM), and the Education Studies Departmnet at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD). Resources are shared among the collaborative partners and cost effective professional development is specifically designed to address the needs of member districts (K-12). Workshops are open to all educators countywide.
Project SUPPORT is a federal grant aimed at increasing the number of Latinx teachers in our Educator Preparation Pathways at CSUSM, thereby eventually increasing the number of Latinx teachers in public K-12 schools in North San Diego County.
CSU Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI), responds to the critical need for secondary teachers of mathematics and science by encouraging talented students and professionals to pursue teaching careers. You can learn more about the system wide effort to recruit science and mathematics teachers by visiting the CSU MSTI webpage.
The Hansen Endowment was established in 1998 by Mr. Victor Hansen in honor of his wife, Virginia. Virginia was first and foremost a teacher of children through and through. Annually the School of Education hosts the Virginia Hansen Symposium, during which nationally acclaimed speakers, as well as local exemplary teachers and administrators, have provided on-going food for thought to current and future teachers. In this way, Mr. Hansen has assured that Virginia’s legacy lives on in the hearts and minds of teachers.
Literacy and the Law is designed to engage your K-12 students in civics, language arts, and visual and performing arts through units of study that include appealing mock trials. Our free curricula, resources, and tools will excite and involve your students — all while meeting Common Core State Standards! Units of study are provided for teachers including all materials needed to actively engage students in learning activities. Through the visual and performing arts and language arts lessons, students gain an understanding of the Rule of Law and the judicial branch of government. Each unit includes an exciting mock or moot trial, and calls on students to write arguments as jurors, judges or attorneys. Lesson plans build sequentially and include recommended literature, PowerPoints, handouts, and primary sources.