Future Teachers Student Involvement
There are many ways to get involved with the Future Teacher team and fellow students.
See below for more information.
We hope to connect with you soon!
Future Teacher Student Chapter:
Participate in campus events & promote Teacher Pathways, and have the opportunity for participation incentives (book vouchers, conference attendance, etc.).
Future Teacher Peer Mentor Program:
A team of Future Teacher Peer Mentors are available to promote Teacher Pathways both on and off-campus. Future Teacher Peer Mentors also serve as a resource for current students who are considering a career in the teaching profession. If you'd like to connect with a Future Teacher Peer Mentor or would like to request a Future Teacher Peer Mentor to attend an event, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Campus Future Teacher Events:
|Event Date, Time, & Location||Event Title||Event Description|
Monday, Nov. 4th &
Wednesday, Nov. 6th
3219 (SLO Campus - In Library)
Join us as we partner prepare for the California Basic Educational Skills Test - a test to demonstrate reading, writing, and mathematical skills.
Dinner is included. A Daily Parking Permit is Required.
Space is Limited. Register Here:
Cuesta College Specific Courses to Support Future Teachers:
EDUC 200 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
Introduces instructional practices related to teaching diverse learners and presents
the historical, philosophical and social foundations of American Education. Provides
a minimum of 45 hours of supervised observation and participation in cooperating public
schools. Note: Students will be required to complete two 2-hour observations per week
between 8:30am & 2:30pm
Advisory: ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU. (Formerly ECE 213)
MATH 220 - Math for Elementary School Teachers
Develops quantitative reasoning skills through in-depth, integrated explorations of
topics in mathematics, including real number systems and subsystems; emphasis is on
comprehension and analysis of mathematical concepts and applications of logical reasoning.
Prerequisites: MATH 126B, MATH 127, or MATH 128 with a minimum grade of C or better. Transfer: CSU, UC.