Education In-Service Program
Education In-Service Courses
Through these programs, the participants enhance their professional skills and maintain continuing education credit requirements of their profession, where professionals are trained and discuss their workload, methods, and cases with others in their peer group.
We serve the entire central coast, all the way from San Luis Obispo to Calabasas with over 25 institutional active partnerships to date. You could be the next one!
Offering in-service programs through UCSB-Extension enables institutions to offer their staff a quality way to stay current on their professional requirements. At the end of the course, participants get their Continuing Education units, official transcripts, and if applicable, recertifications. The process is easy, affordable, and proven beneficial over the years. Till date close to a thousand professionals have benefitted from their organization’s In-Service arrangement with us.
Steps to Enroll:
1. Create Your Student’s Profile:
Go to the top right-hand side of the website to log in.
Visit your Student Portal.
Create a new student profile. Your Student Profile Number will be capital X and 6 digit numbers (i.e. X123456).
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2. Enroll in the classes you need!
For more details see your corresponding UCSB courses below!
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If you are visiting from an institution or organization looking to offer professional development courses, seminars or webinars for CEU’s (Continuing Education Units), contact us.
Be ready to share your general idea in the meeting so we know how to guide you along.
The Santa Barbara County Education Office (SBCEO) Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC)
This program is designed to prepare education leaders to understand and respond to the multi-faceted challenges of educational leadership. This program, which is grounded in the California Administrative Content Expectations (CAPE), provides a comprehensive approach to leadership growth and development. Over the course of 12 months, candidates learn from current and former site and district administrators, engage in action research, complete Fieldwork and prepare to pass the California Administrator Performance Assessment.
This program is only open to individuals who have been accepted into the SBCEO PASC program.
August to September 2019 - 1 year
For more information contact Dr. Letitia T. Bradley at email@example.com
The Santa Barbara County Education Office (SBCEO) Teaching Induction Program (TIP)
The Santa Barbara County Education Office Teacher Induction Program is a two year, state-accredited induction program intended to ease new teachers’ transition into the profession, accelerate teacher effectiveness and enhance teacher retention. We offer general education and special education teachers who hold a Preliminary Multiple Subjects, Preliminary Single Subject, or Preliminary Education Specialist Credentials the opportunity to fulfill the requirements for the California Clear Credential. Participating in new teachers receive job-embedded mentoring support while they develop and enact learning plans to support their growth in the California Standards for the Teaching Profession within the context of their teaching position.
This program is only open to individuals who have been accepted into the SBCEO TIP program.
Extension/PaCE courses are scheduled per school year September - June.
For more information contact the Director, John Merritt. Phone: 805-964-4710, ext. 5248. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Santa Barbara Unified School District Introduction to Gifted Education
The purpose of the course is to provide an overview of the critical topics in the education of gifted students that teachers need to understand in order to deliver world-class instruction to this special population.
For more information, please contact Sandy Robertson, Differentiation/GATE/Advanced Learning Specialist; Literacy Coach
Book an appointment: Santa Barbara Unified School District
- Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD)Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC) program
These courses are being offered in partnership with Las Virgenes Unified School District. To be eligible for enrollment in this course, you must be a teacher in this school district.
This series of courses provides professional development opportunities for teacher candidates working toward a clear credential.
The PASC LVUSD program is designed for professionals who are seeking an administrative position in a school, district, or county setting, or for teachers who desire to expand their leadership capacity. PASC is a state-accredited program designed to provide candidates with the practical and research-based framework effective educational leaders need to meet the demands of the 21st-century learning environment. Program instructors are current of the former site and district administrators who possess deep knowledge and understanding of effective leadership and school management.
For more information, please contact Ryan Gleason at email@example.com
Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (LVUSD)
This course is part of the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential Program for Las Virgenes Unified School District. Add the individual course(s) to your cart Grades will be entered once each course is completed. From there, you can request official transcripts to send to your district/school.
Cohort I from January - December
Cohort II August to June
Cohort III January - December
Please contact Ashley Wenter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teacher Induction Program Continuing Education Units (TIP) LVSD Continuing Education Units
The second tier of preparation is a two-year job-embedded individualized induction program that is focused on extensive support and mentoring to new teachers in their first and second year of teaching.
Each course listed below grants 10 CEU's.
Cohort 1: August 2019- June 2020
Cohort 2: August 2020 - June 2021
Technical Support If you have any problems please call UCSB Extension's Student Services department at (805) 893-4200 or email at email@example.com.
You can also call Center EdX at (818) 878-5251 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MICOP (Mixteco/Indígena Community Organizing Project)Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, UCSB
Tri-Lingual, Community-Based Early Childhood and Literacy Education for Indigenous Migrant Children in California - INTERNAL ENROLLMENT ONLY
These courses form a professional development experience for members of the indigenous Mexican communities in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties who wish to teach young children in local preschool and early care settings there. These classes are designed to examine best teaching practices associated with supporting the language, literacy, cognitive, and socio-emotional development of young children, as recommended by the California Department of Education and The National Association for the Education of Young Children. These include recommended caretaker practices for promoting rich conversations and early literacy with young children and for promoting young children’s cognitive and socio-emotional development and communicatively competent language use (e.g., conflict management strategies). The courses emphasize best practice considerations such as strong family-teacher relationships, parent involvement and education, culturally-relevant curriculum, and inclusion. A major goal of the courses is to provide students with research and ethnographic skills to investigate and honor the literacy and socialization practices of the indigenous Mexican communities where students will teach.
ED X302A Tri-Lingual, Community-Based Early Childhood and Literacy Education for Indigenous Migrant Children in California Part I: Introduction to Early Childhood Education
ED X302B Tri-Lingual, Community-Based Early Childhood and Literacy Education for Indigenous Mixtec Children in California Part II: Development in Infancy and Childhood
ED X302C Tri-Lingual, Community-Based Early Childhood and Literacy Education for Indigenous Mixtec Children in California Part III: Early Childhood Curriculum Design
ED X302D Tri-Lingual, Community-Based Early Childhood and Literacy Education for Indigenous Mixtec Children in California Part IV: Child in Family, School, and Community
ED X302E Tri-Lingual, Community-Based Early Childhood and Literacy Education for Indigenous Mixtec Children in California Part V: Early Childhood Language and Literacy Curriculum
ED X302F Curriculum for Supporting Bilingual (Mixteco-Spanish) Language and Literacy Development and (Mixteco) Home Language Maintenance in Early Childhood
For more information, please contact Amelia Kyratzis at email@example.com
South Coast Writing Project - Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, UCSB
The institute provides a program of activities for participating teachers of writing from all schools, pre-school through university. Participants work in a community of fellows devoted to teaching each other and to engaging in a cooperative inquiry into the most advanced research and writing about composition, its pedagogy, and its linguistic and psycholinguistic bases. Assisted by the instructional staff, participants examine the current theory in composition, develop techniques for teaching writing skills, enhance their own abilities as writers and as Teacher/Consultants in workshops throughout the regular school year, and impart what they have learned to them.
COURSE COORDINATOR Tim Dewar, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, UCSB, 93106-9490,
Note: The Online Course Enrollment Guideline is mailed to the coordinator.
- Common Core Institute for Elementary Mathematics Educators - Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, UCSB
This course is offered as part of a research project coordinated by Chris Ograin of the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education. Participants will be able to develop and deliver high-quality mathematics lessons that engage K-6 students in the Standards for Mathematical Practice in order to demonstrate the knowledge and skills required of teachers under the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics.
For more information please contact Dr. Ograin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Re-envisioning Education & the Craft of Teaching & Learning - Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, UCSB.
This course is being sponsored by Brockwood Park School, England, and the University of California Santa Barbara, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, Dr. Jason Raley. (SUMMER)
The course explores the philosophy, aims, scope, and culture of education and schooling and the current challenges to educators and students. Dialogue, as a meaning-making activity, is used to provide methodological tools for reflective inquiry. Both the course content and its methodology develop shared understandings about attention, learning, goodness, transformation, and intelligence, equipping each stakeholder with tools and experience to develop a cooperative learning community. A theme throughout the course is the notion of learning as a self-reflective process that includes an exploration of the nature of the mind and consciousness.
For more information contact Gopal Krishnamurthy at email@example.com.Online Course Enrollment Guideline is mailed to the coordinator: Susan Clark. Updated Forms Mailing Address: PO Box 572, Ojai, CA 93024. USA
Phone: 805 707 4336
The primary learning outcome of this course is for students to be able to identify common seaweeds from the northern Channel Islands and Santa Barbara coastal area. Other knowledge students will develop is the use of herbarium specimens and online biodiversity databases in documenting seaweed diversity, the use of identification keys, basic macroalgal morphology, understanding the broad biogeographic patterns of the Point Conception area and a familiarity with the natural history and endemism found in the Channel Islands. Target audience: A range of participants, from naturalists and students to staff, faculty, and professional psychologists.
Inquiries can be directed to Greg Wahlert at firstname.lastname@example.org
For any workshop related question, please contact Gregory A. Wahlert, Ph.D., Shirley Tucker Curator of Biodiversity Collections and Botanical Research, Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration.
office phone:(805) 893-2401; cell: (805) 294-8685
- California Credential secondary science or science teaching experience - Materials Research Laboratory (MRL)
California Credential secondary science or science teaching experience. Selected through the screening application process by Materials Research Laboratory (MRL). This course is designed to assist experienced teachers who have participated in a science research internship at UCSB in the creation of an innovative science curriculum that emphasizes investigative science techniques and skills and provides students with opportunities to participate in open-ended inquiry-based experiments and projects. The curriculum incorporates the California Science Standards with particular emphasis on those standards that promote problem-solving and the use of advanced technology and software.
This course engages secondary science teachers in scientific research and collaboration for the purpose of creating and introducing investigative science activities to their students and to their teaching colleagues. During this course, teachers work on a six-week research project under the supervision of a Materials Research Laboratory faculty member. Participants work with other teachers and mentors to assess their progress and identify ideas and techniques to introduce to their junior high and high school science students.
For more information, please contact Franklin Kinnaman email@example.com
- Montessori World Educational Institute - San Luis Obispo, (G000470)Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County (CAPSLO)
These courses are being offered by the Montessori World Educational Institute. These courses are only open for enrollment to those as part of this school-sponsored training. The early childhood education courses are designed as an introduction to a specific approach to curriculum development, for preschool and elementary teachers.
ED X343.77 Montessori Geometry I, Ages 6-9
For more information, please contact Kathleen Marlo at (805) 927-3240 firstname.lastname@example.org
- MOXI - The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation
INTERNAL ENROLLMENT ONLY
Provides opportunities for participants to demonstrate an understanding of how museums fit into a larger ecosystem of learning, how prior knowledge and experiences shape interactions, how to connect through responsive facilitation, and demonstrate an understanding of the Next Generation Science Standards and how interactive museums can contribute to the learning in K-12 schools.
For more information, please contact Danielle Boyd Harlow, Associate Professor, Science Education; Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, UCSB; email@example.com