CABE Professional Development Program

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Educators can earn graduate units for completing independent California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) coursework at Whittier College.

The CABE Professional Development Program is a partnership with the California Association for Bilingual Education. In order to earn graduate units, educators attend a CABE-sponsored 6-hour professional development session then complete the following steps.

  1. Identify and read at least articles or chapters from a book that deepens and/or extends your professional development learning
  2. Submit a summary paper that synthesizes the additional readings, synthesizes what you've learned, and identifies implications for practice in your own classroom or context
  3. Include a complete reference list to cite documents additional readings
  4. All assignments are due one month from professional development session

Option One - 1 Unit

  • Cost: $150
  • Time commitment: Six hours on-site plus six hours of independent work
  • Reading assignment: At least two articles or two chapters
  • Writing assignment: Three pages (typed), double-spaced, at least two references 

Option Two - 2 Units

  • Cost: $300
  • Time commitment: Six hours on-site plus 12 hours of independent work
  • Reading assignment: At least three articles or chapters
  • Writing assignment: Five pages (typed), double-spaced, at least three references

Option Three - 3 Units

  • Cost: $450
  • Time commitment: Six hours on-site plus 18 hours of independent work
  • Reading assignment: At least four articles or chapters
  • Writing assignment: Eight pages (typed), double-spaced, at least four references