Bilingual Endorsement

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Registration Information

– Monday, September 26 – last day to register for October 3 course starts
– Monday, OCTOBER 31 – registration for Spring 2017 begins
– To register, select any of the active blue date links below. You must register for each course separately.

 

EEND 631: Theoretical Foundations of Teaching Limited English Proficient Students (4 credit hours)
October 3 – November 28 | online
SPRING 2017: Option 1 January 16 – March 13 (online) | Option 2 March 6 – May 1 (online)

EEND 632: Methods and Materials for Teaching ESL (4 credit hours)
October 3 – November 28 | online
SPRING 2017: Option 1 January 16 – March 13 (online) | Option 2 March 6 – May 1 (online)

EEND 633: Assessment of the Bilingual Student (3 credit hours)
October 3 – November 28 | online
SPRING 2017: Option 1 January 16 – March 13 (online) | Option 2 March 6 – May 1 (online)

EEND 634: Cross Cultural Studies for Teaching Limited-English Proficient Students (3 credit hours)
October 3 – November 28 | online
SPRING 2017: Option 1 January 16 – March 13 (online) | Option 2 March 6 – May 1 (online)

EEND 637: Methods and Materials for Teaching Bilingual Students (3 credit hours)
SPRING 2017: February 13 – April 10 | online

EEND 638: Supporting English Language Learners in the Inclusive Classroom (1 credit hour)
October 3 – November 7 | online
SPRING 2017: March 6 – April 10 | online

ALERT: If you are beginning your Bilingual endorsement with the University of St. Francis, candidates are to begin with course EEND 631 followed in sequence by course EEND 632 (these courses may be taken simultaneously). Taking these two course out of sequence must meet with instructor approval. After the first two courses have been taken, the following endorsement courses (EEND 633, EEND 634, EEND 637 and EEND 638) may be taken in any order.

In addition to course work noted, candidates are required to complete and submit 100 clock hours or three months of experience in a bilingual program. Please see the link on the left side of this page for the 100 Clock Hours Log.

Illinois State Board of Education Requirements
For current information regarding Illinois State Board of Education requirements (including tests when applicable), please visit ISBE at www.isbe.net.