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Occidental

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World

Language

Project

LA STARS Professional Development Seminars

Department of Education
1600 Campus Road
Los Angeles, CA 90041-3314
323-259-2949 phone
323-341-4894 FAX
ocflp@oxy.edu

Fall Program (September - December) - Now accepting registrations.

2016 program information - See program details.

Download information and registration materials.

Winter Spring Program ( December - April) - Now accepting registrations.

2016-2017 program information See program details.

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Calendar of Language Events

See the calendar of language events for Southern California.

Jobs Bulletin Board

Need a teacher? Need a job? See the LA STARS Jobs Bulletin Board for Southern California.

World Language Content Standards

Download "Aligning the World Language Content Standards for California Public Schools with the Common Core Standards"

Download Presentation on Common Core

Download California World Language Content Standards.

Download California Foreign Language Framework.

Download "The Educators' Toolbox: Introducing the 2009 World Language Content Standards for California Public Schools"

Common Core Standards

Download "Common Core 21st Century Skills Differentiation"

Download "The Brave New World of Common Core Standards"

Download "Common Core Standards and Reasonable Outcomes for the World Language Classroom"

Common Core YouTube Videos

Common Core Handout 2015

 

California Subject Matter Project

Download Our brochure: "Academic Achievement, the California Subject Matter Project and Occidental College's World Language Project."

 

What does it take to become a teacher?

If you are passionate about education and the well-being of children, you should teach. If you are one who believes they can lead and inspire children, you should teach. If you are brave and willing to move beyond traditional teaching methods by being at the forefront of modernizing education, you should teach.

Every state has different requirements for becoming a great teacher. However, in most states, it is required that candidates hold at least a Bachelor's Degree, complete a Teacher Preparation Program, and pass the required state examinations.

To find out the requirements to become a teacher in your state, go to Teacher.org.

Administrative Staff

Brandon Zaslow, Site Director
bzaslow@oxy.edu
Iman Hashem, Program Director
ihashem@oxy.edu

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