SF Pathway to Teaching

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If you'd like to learn more about SFUSD's Pathway to Teaching or have questions about your application, please contact us using this email form to the right. 

555 Franklin Street 
San Francisco, CA 94102

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Our Coaching

Expert Guidance to Help You Master Essential Skills   

Using an innovative blend of job-embedded coaching and online learning, SFUSD Pathway to Teaching gives you a full-time classroom position and a plan to earn your credential within a year. Our support during the intensive training period consists of three elements:

Practice

Master essential teaching skills while leading your own classroom full-time.

Coaching

Learn how to succeed in SFUSD with guidance from an expert coach.

Community

Join a cohort of inspiring educators on a journey to a new career in the classroom.
 
During the school year, Pathway Teachers receive support through online coursework, in-person professional learning sessions, and instructional coaching. You’ll take online classes that correspond with your subject area, attend sessions facilitated by program and district staff, and have a coach who provides one-on-one feedback. You and your coach debrief observation feedback, evaluate data, and discuss coursework and in-person sessions. Harnessing the power of community and technology, you will learn to set the high bar for academic excellence that your students deserve.
 

SUMMER PRE-SERVICE TRAINING (PST)

PATHWAY LEARNING SATURDAYS

ONLINE MODULES

COACHING

Intensive training and student teaching-like experience in credential area with embedded coursework and coaching

Specific to Credential area – focused on planning, using data, engagement strategies and reflecting on the year

Modules credential specific for Mild/Mod, Bilingual and Multiple Subject CLAD coursework. Focus on literacy, math, science and SS.

Frequent 1-1 sessions including observations and feedback, modeling, lesson planning and student work analysis

6 weeks

About 6-8 Saturdays

5 cycles

About 36 sessions

Priority deadline: Friday, January 5th, 2018 Apply now