Intentional Teacher Engagement in a Transitional Kindergarten Classroom

Course Number: EDUC X444.F


4.5 units

Offers strategies for effective instruction in a Transitional Kindergarten classroom. You will explore design of the learning environment and effective pedagogical techniques, including strategies for lesson planning and delivery, and collaboration and grouping. You will also discuss:

  • Inclusion
  • TK-K combination classes
  • English Language Learners
  • dual immersion
  • multi-tier system of supports
  • Response to Intervention

Available Sections

Starting Apr 2


Starting Apr 2

Course Fees

$645 Early Bird Discount ends on Mar 27
$695 after Mar 27


Emily Stewart [ bio ]

close [x] Emily N. Stewart, M.Ed., Educational Technology, is the Transitional Kindergarten Lead for the California Preschool Instructional Network, Region 10. Ms. Stewart provides professional learning and on-site Technical Assistance Coaching on the California Preschool Foundations and Curriculum Frameworks, with a focus on TK. Her work as a teacher in California, Arizona and Washington D.C. focused on utilizing developmentally appropriate, critical thinking, and authentic learning to engage children and families in collaboration and meaningful learning experiences.


Apr 2 - May 18, 2018


Online Course

Section Notes:

English course.Bachelor's degree required. Special Refund Policy "A" applies. 


No Textbook Required.


Bachelor's degree and passage of the CBEST Exam or a valid CA Teaching Credential is required.

Recommended: EDUC X444.A - Transitional Kindergarten: Child Growth and Development

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