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  • After Whittier | Whittier College
    Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Theatre Slider Hairspray March 2014 Comedy of Errors October 2013 Last Days of Judas Iscariot November 2013 The Glass Menagerie Spring 2013 Picasso at the Lapin Agile Spring 2013 Prev Next In This Section Theatre Mobile Menu About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Scholarships Auditions Resources Links Faculty Productions Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Theatre Communication Arts After Whittier After Whittier On 1 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Whittier College Theatre Communications Arts majors graduate with a wide variety of opportunities before them Graduates who enter the professional arena have taken jobs in personnel education sales and advertising business law and publishing as well as acting directing design and technical direction writing film television and the themed entertainment industry See what our alumni are up to Napoleon Tavale 07 Actor and Adjunct Theatre Faculty Santa Ana College CA Thanks to Whittier I gained a number of personal and professional relationships as an undergrad Professor Gil Gonzalez introduced me to the MFA program I graduated from in 2011 Since then I ve successfully joined the SAG AFTRA Union and have been a co star on two highly acclaimed primetime television shows CSI NY and Hawaii Five 0 One relationship always leads to another Read More John Murdy 89 Creative Director Producer Halloween Horror Nights Universal Studios Hollywood In my career there is not a day that goes by where

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  • Support | Whittier College
    For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Theatre Slider Hairspray March 2014 Comedy of Errors October 2013 Last Days of Judas Iscariot November 2013 The Glass Menagerie Spring 2013 Picasso at the Lapin Agile Spring 2013 Prev Next In This Section Theatre Mobile Menu About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Scholarships Auditions Resources Links Faculty Productions Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Theatre Communication Arts Support Support On 1 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Continued success of the Department of Theatre Communications Arts depends on the generosity of our donors Your gift of time money or resources allows us to continue to provide students with the best opportunities to learn and develop provide a quality education and attract and retain top scholars and students Ways to Support Gifts to the Whittier Fund Tuition does not cover the entire cost of educating a student Unrestricted gifts to the Whittier Fund bridge the funding gap and help provide exceptional opportunities that all students enjoy including access to a great education internships job counseling small class sizes and leadership and team building opportunities Unrestricted gifts provide the most flexibility and allow Whittier to use your gift where the need is greatest Directed gifts to the Whittier Fund may be designated for a particular purpose within the College s identified institutional needs including student service and academic program support student scholarships faculty recruitment and retention library resources and acquisitions and athletics However you choose to support the Whittier Fund be assured that your gift will provide the crucial resources necessary to sustain excellence

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  • Theatre and Communication Arts Latest News | Whittier College
    Lopez will share her insights on leadership as one of today s preeminent Chicana writers as part of the third event of the Whittier College s Lecture Series Master Class on More Monday January 11 2016 Faculty Members Lead Travel Courses During JanTerm The study abroad experience has long been a hallmark of the liberal arts curriculum and a rite of passage for many American undergraduates In addition to the traditional semester long experience Whittier College offers student the opportunity to More Wednesday October 21 2015 The College to Host Waking the Green Tiger Filmmakers The programming is part of the College s Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment During the week of November 16 20 2015 Whittier College s Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment LIASE program will host award More Tuesday October 20 2015 Enceladus Theatre Company and Whittier College Present It s a Wonderful Life Joe Landry s adaptation of the classic holiday film It s a Wonderful Life will be staged as a benefit reading for the Enceladus Theatre Company on Wednesday December 2 2015 at 7 30 p m at the Ruth B Shannon Center for the Performing Arts at More Wednesday October 7 2015 Whittier College Receives 2 6M Title V Grant from the Department of Education The award will significantly increase the College s capacity for STEM learning and research The Department of Education s Title V Hispanic Serving Institutions Program has awarded Whittier College a 2 6M grant to enhance STEM Science More Monday September 28 2015 Poets Serve Community in 21st Annual Helping Hands Day More than 100 Whittier College students alumni staff faculty and administrators rolled up their sleeves on Saturday September 26 and participated in the 21st annual Helping Hands Day Participants gathered in the

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  • Upcoming Theatre and Communication Arts Events | Whittier College
    King Jr Differing in More Feb 11 Thu 02 11 2016 6 00pm Chicana Leadership Master Class Josefina Lopez Reception 6 00 p m Program 6 30 p m Whittier College welcomes Founding and Artistic Director of Casa0101 and Real Women Have Curves playwright Josefina Lopez who will share her insights on More Feb 15 Mon 02 15 2016 8 00am Presidents Day College Open Mar 03 Thu 03 03 2016 7 30pm The Merchant of Venice General Admission 15 00 Seniors Students 10 00Buy Tickets Adapted and directed by Gil Gonzalez Associate Professor of Theatre Communication Arts Scenic and Lighting Design by More Mar 06 Sun 03 06 2016 2 00pm The Merchant of Venice Tickets 15 00 Seniors Students 10 00Buy Tickets Adapted and directed by Gil Gonzalez Associate Professor of Theatre Communication Arts Scenic and Lighting Design by Brian Alan More Mar 14 Mon 03 14 2016 8 00am Spring Break Mar 19 Sat 03 19 2016 8 30am Meet The Authors Bookfaire 60 With Lunch Deadline for lunch reservation is March 7 40 00 No Lunch 15 Students No Lunch Buy Tickets Meet great authors discuss books with other bibliophiles and enjoy lunch on stage More Apr 01 Fri 04 01 2016 12 00pm 79th Annual Bach Festival More information 79th Annual Whittier College Bach Festival Apr 21 Thu 04 21 2016 7 30pm Dollhouse Tickets 15 00 Seniors Students 10 00 Buy Tickets A contemporary adaptation of Ibsen s A Doll s House that sheds a fresh new light on Nora s struggle to reclaim herself In the tony More Apr 23 Sat 04 23 2016 12 00am Passover Apr 24 Sun 04 24 2016 2 00pm Dollhouse Tickets 15 00 Seniors Students 10 00 Buy Tickets A contemporary adaptation of Ibsen s A Doll

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  • About Our Program | Whittier College
    Our Program About Our Program On 25 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments Whittier College s Graduate Programs in Education are authorized by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing CCTC to offer Preliminary Multiple Subject elementary Single Subject secondary and Education Specialist Teaching Credentials In addition to our credentialing programs we offer a 30 unit Master of Arts in Education which includes three types of M A programs Credential plus M A most of the coursework which satisfies credential program mandates also counts as credits toward an M A degree Induction program plus M A geared to teachers who have recently completed district Induction programs These teachers may receive credit for the work they have done in Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment BTSA programs at a significantly reduced cost per credit M A only geared to previously credentialed teachers who choose to plan a 30 credit program that meets their individual needs Many of our graduate students are attracted to the flexibility of our evening and summer schedules which allow them to pursue a credential or degree at an individual pace Some are hired as interns in local school districts while others choose to gain valuable experience substitute teaching or studying at The Broadoaks Children s School Whittier s nationally known campus demonstration school Still others maintain daytime employment in other fields or fulfill family commitments during the coursework portions of their programs For Graduate Students a minimum full time study load is 9 credit hours per term Those who have been granted baccalaureate degrees or equivalent from accredited colleges and universities are admitted to our programs if they have met the requirements for degree candidacy as determined by the Whittier College faculty Whatever their pursuits our students enjoy small class sizes and support from faculty and staff

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  • Requirements | Whittier College
    of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Education Homepage Slider graduate ACADEMICS IN ACTION Closing the Achievement Gaps between English Language Learners and Their Peers Prev Next In This Section Graduate Program in Education Mobile About Our Programs Requirements Credentialing Programs Masters in Education Preview of Courses Broadoaks School Faculty Research Fieldwork Applying Teacher Performance Assessment You are here Home Academics Requirements Requirements On 25 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments Accredited by the California Board of Education and the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Whittier s Graduate Programs in Education offers the following Preliminary Multiple Subject elementary Single Subject secondary and Education Specialist Teaching Credential Programs Master s Degree in Education Click on a link above to learn more about a program and its requirements Graduate Program in Education About Our Programs Requirements Credentialing Programs Masters in Education Preview of Courses Broadoaks School Faculty Research Fieldwork Applying Teacher Performance Assessment Education Facebook Department News Monday January 11 2016 Faculty Members Lead Travel Courses During JanTerm The study abroad experience has long been a hallmark of the liberal arts curriculum and a rite of passage for many American undergraduates In More Tuesday December 8 2015 Making An Impact in the Community For More Than a Decade For more than 12 years Whittier College students have had the opportunity to learn about children s literature and their welfare through the pair More Tuesday October 27 2015 Whittier Hosts Students and Families

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  • Credentialing Programs | Whittier College
    Teaching Credentials are listed below The following courses are open to graduate students Most require admission to the Teacher Credentialing Program In general these courses are not open to undergraduates Exceptions are made only through petition to the faculty of the Department Guidelines for the Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Prerequisites Introduction to Human Development CHDV 105 3 credits American Government and Politics PLSC 110 3 credits or approved equivalent Sociological and Historical Perspectives on Education EDUC 300 500 3 credits Movement Education in the Elementary School KLS 320 3 credits Required professional preparation courses Teaching Diverse Learners EDUC 501 3 credits Learning and Learners EDUC 506 3 credits Literacy Development in the Elementary School EDUC 502 3 credits Second Language Acquisition and Methodology EDUC 504 3 credits Multiple Subject Curriculum and Pedagogy Integrating Language Arts History Social Science and Visual Performing Arts EDUC 505 3 credits Multiple Subject Curriculum and Pedagogy Math and Science EDUC 507 3 credits Promoting Students Health Safety KLS 509 1 credit Working with Special Populations EDUC 510 2 credits Student Teaching Internship EDUC 520 12 credits To qualify for student teaching or internship students must have completed all prerequisites and subject matter requirements Consult Department materials for a complete list Professional Development Seminar EDUC 521 1 2 credits Must be taken concurrently with Student Teaching Internship Guidelines for the Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential Prerequisites Introduction to Human Development CHDV 105 3 credits OR Psychology of Adolescence PSYC 244 3 credits or approved equivalent American Government and Politics or approved equivalent PLSC 110 3 credits OR approved equivalent Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives on Education EDUC 300 500 3 credits Required professional preparation courses Teaching Diverse Learners EDUC 501 3 credits Learning and Learners EDUC 506 3 credits Teaching Content Area Literacy EDUC 503 3 credits Second Language Acquisition and Methodology EDUC 504 3 credits Single Subject Curriculum and Pedagogy I EDUC 508 3 credits Single Subject Curriculum and Pedagogy II EDUC 509 3 credits Promoting Students Health Safety KNS 509 1 credit Working with Special Populations EDUC 510 2 credits Student Teaching Internship EDUC 520 12 credits To qualify for student teaching or internship students must have completed all prerequisites and subject matter requirements Consult Department materials for a complete list Professional Development Seminar EDUC 521 1 2 credits Must be taken concurrently with Student Teaching Internship Guidelines for the Preliminary Education Specialist Teaching Credential Mild Moderate and Moderate Severe Prerequisites Child Development CHDV 105 PSYC 242 or approved equivalent American Government and Politics PLSC 110 3 credits or approved equivalent Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives on Education EDUC 300 500 3 credits Required professional preparation courses Teaching Diverse Learners E DUC 501 3 credits Literacy Development in Elementary School EDUC 502 3 credits Second Language Acquisition and Methodology EDUC 504 3 credits Learning and Learners EDUC 506 3 credits Introduction to Exceptional Learners EDUC 529 3 credits Foundations of Special Education EDUC 530 3 credits Assessment of Exceptional Students EDUC 531 3 credits Case

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  • Masters in Education | Whittier College
    the M A degree and a credential Graduate students have the opportunity to study at The Broadoaks Children s School Whittier s nationally known campus demonstration school Graduate courses are offered in the evening during the fall and spring semesters and also during the summer sessions There are three types of M A programs Credential plus M A Most of the coursework which satisfies credential program mandates also counts as credits toward an M A degree Many of our graduate credential candidates enroll in the final culminating research class EDUC 601 Induction into Educational Inquiry to earn an M A Induction program plus M A A second strand of the M A program is geared to teachers who have recently completed district Induction programs These teachers may receive credit for the work they have done up to 12 credits in Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment BTSA programs at a significantly reduced cost per credit The remaining 18 credits include the four credit culminating research class and 14 credits of electives M A only The final version is geared to previously credentialed teachers who choose to plan a 30 credit program that meets their individual needs Degree Requirements Candidates attain the Master of Arts in Education Degree upon successful completion of the Educational Design described below The Department of Education and Child Development the student s graduate advisor and other faculty members representing the area of specialization must approve the Educational Design prior to enrolling in EDUC 600 Induction into Educational Inquiry The Educational Design consists of the following Minimum of total 30 units Completion of the two part Educational Inquiry series both EDUC 605 and 606 A maximum of 9 units may be transferred from other institutions All requirements for the M A must be completed with a 3 0

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