This program is not currently enrolling students.
Clear Your Credential
If you are looking to grow your teaching practice and earn your clear credential, Antioch University offers a highly individualized program directly connected to your work in the classroom. Designed to develop socially just educators, Antioch’s Induction Credential program combines field support with university support to help new and experienced teachers grow their practice and clear their Preliminary Credential. Through an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) candidates design their own growth goals and a plan for meeting those goals in concert with faculty and a school site mentor.
The primary purpose of Antioch University’s Induction program is to support candidates in growing their practice around the California Standards for the Teaching Profession. Antioch’s Induction program sets itself apart from others through personalized learning and its emphasis on social justice.
This certificate is offered by AU Santa Barbara.
Benefits of Our Program
- Early completion option
- Affordable compared with other induction programs
- Grounded in candidates’ teaching practice
- Highly individualized
The Induction Credential is a 2-year program offered over 6 quarters (Fall, Winter and Spring). Students attend class on Monday afternoons and evenings during Spring and Summer quarters and Wednesday afternoons and evenings during Fall quarter.
Early Completion Option
Those who have taught 2 or more years may be eligible for the Early Completion Option. This option allows a candidate to complete the Induction program in 3 quarters.
Quarter 1: TEP 6221 Professional Inquiry and Collegial Observation (PICO) I
Quarter 2: TEP 6222 Professional Inquiry and Collegial Observation II
Quarter 3: TEP 6223 Professional Inquiry and Collegial Observation III
Quarter 4: TEP 6224 Professional Inquiry and Collegial Observation IV
Quarter 5: TEP 6225 Professional Inquiry and Collegial Observation V
Quarter 6: TEP 6226 Professional Inquiry and Collegial Observation VI
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