Websites for Teaching Career Preparation
Education Services at UCR Library
Education Services is an excellent source for gathering instructional materials used in schools.
TEACH California is a referral/information service for prospective teachers.
Information How to Become a Math Teacher" guide. In addition, state guide to teaching in California with breakdowns of over 430 school districts
UCR Graduate School of Education (GSOE)
Learn about the UCR's Teacher Education program.
University of California - California Teach
Learn about University of California's dedicated plan and commitment to generate one thousand new science and mathematics teacher annually into California classrooms.
UCR University Extension
Learn about the many teacher certification programs, including information about receiving supplemental authorization and obtaining a professional clear credential.
College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
"The College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences is unique in that physical, biological, mathematical and agricultural sciences are under one organizational umbrella."
2007 Critical Path Analysis of California's Science and Mathematics Teacher Preparation System
A report prepared by the California Council on science and Technology and The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning
UCR Career Center
Career Center can provide you with essential resources to prepare an effective resume packet and to develop and refine your interview skills.
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Access online resources related to teacher credentialing in the State of California.
ED-DATA (Education data Partnership)
Fiscal, demographic, and performance data on California's K-12 schools.
Get registered with EDJOIN.org to access the many job listings related to the field of education, including teaching positions.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
The NCTM is a public voice of mathematics education, providing vision, leadership and professional development to support teachers in ensuring equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students.
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
The NSTA is a member-driven organization that publish books and journals for science teachers. Each year NSTA conducts four conferences on science education and provide multiple ways for science teachers to connect with each other.
Coalition on the Public Understanding of Science (COPUS)
COPUS is a grassroots effort to engage the community sections into science. This website includes many resources and references for classroom teachers.