All candidates in Intern Programs must meet the same standards for teacher preparation as those found in a traditional college or university setting. PCOE’s Education Specialist Intern for Teacher Program offers preservice coursework and intern program coursework. This area of the website provides program information, dates and locations for PCOE's upcoming intern program meetings and key contact information to assist you in completing this program.
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Deadline for Applications is November 13
Register to be added to our interest list to receive news regarding these exciting programs When submitting your application, please include your non-refundable $250 deposit. Application deadline is Wednesday, October 23rd. You can email your application to Bonnie Bonne. We highly recommend you attend an information meeting before submitting your application. Call or email with any questions.
for Applications is November 13, 2019 Register to be added to our
interest list to receive news regarding these exciting programs When
submitting your application, please include your non-refundable $250
deposit. Application deadline is Wednesday, October 23, 2019. You can email your application to Bonne Boone. We highly recommend you attend an information meeting before submitting your application. Call or email with any questions.
Below you will find key application information and forms.
Key resources for your Education Specialist Intern journey can be viewed here.
The Mild Moderate Education Specialist Intern Credential prepares candidates to teach specific learning disabilities, mild to moderate intellectual disabilities, other health impairments, serious emotional disturbance, and authorizes service in grades K-12 and in classes organized primarily for adults through age 22.
The Moderate Severe Education Specialist Intern Credential prepares candidates to teach disabilities including autism, deaf-blindness, moderate to severe intellectual disabilities, multiple disabilities, serious emotional disturbance, and authorizes service in grades K-12 and in classes organized primarily for adults through age 22.
The Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) Leadership and Learning Collaborative seeks to provide professional learning opportunities in optimal working and learning environments. If an applicant or program participant questions application procedures, program prerequisites, program requirements, policies and procedures, grading practices, program extension or deferral requests, equivalency requests, credential eligibility reviews, financial matters or other program related issues, the first step is to address the concern with the relevant party, such as the instructor, coach, etc.
If the concern is not resolved, the grievance shall be submitted, in writing, through the PCOE Credential Program Grievance Form. The Program Administrator will review the concerns, meet with the program participant and investigate the concerns. A decision will be made regarding the grievance and the participant will be notified of the decision within five days. Appeals may be submitted to the Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction, within five days of the notification. A copy of all documentation related to the grievance will be kept on file.
Coordinator, Leadership & Learning Collaborative
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Education Specialist Mild Moderate
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We all know that collective efficacy is the new number one influence on students’ learning. And there is good reason for that. In part, efficacious teachers ensure that their students are assessment-capable, which means that students understand their current level of performance and compare that with the desired level of learning.
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- Benjamin Franklin