Intern, Credentialing, and Added Authorization Program (iCAAP)
*Presently iCAAP consists of seven preliminary programs:• Education Specialist Instruction Credential: Mild Moderate Support Needs;• Education Specialist Instruction Credential:Extensive Support Needs;• Education Specialist Instruction Credential: Early Childhood (tentative);• Single Subject Teaching Credential: Science (Chemistry or Physics), Mathematics, or English;• Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (tentative).* All programs are offered tentatively based on current District hiring needs.To view the slides from our latest information session, please click here.
For the iCAAP preliminary credential, Interns complete a carefully designed course of study taught by highly qualified, experienced Instructional Faculty. Assigned to each Intern is an experienced like-credentialed Lead Mentor who supports and guides the Intern for two years throughout their Portfolio Practicum, based on the Intern’s classroom assignment and the California Teaching Performance Expectations (TPEs).
The iCAAP Teacher Induction program prepares Education Specialists and District Intern graduates for the California Clear Credential. The intent of the 24-month program is to provide an opportunity for each Candidate to grow in their capacity as a teacher through an individualized program of reflection supported and directed by like-credentialed Lead Mentors.
In addition, iCAAP has six added authorization programs for credentialed teachers:• Autism Spectrum Disorder;• Early Childhood Special Education;• Bilingual Spanish; Bilingual Korean; Bilingual Mandarin; Bilingual French;• Reading and Literacy Added AuthorizationiCAAP Professional Development Plan - PDP provides more information about our course requirements
- Enrollment/Qualifications/Application Process Questions.
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- Program Questions (for current Interns).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 213-241-5466.