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Title: Welcome to Early Childhood Development Department Las Positas College Livermore


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Welcome to Early Childhood Development Department
Las Positas College Livermore
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Meet the PDCs _at_ LPC
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What Does a Professional Development Coordinator
Do?
  • Help students learn more about the Early
    Childhood Profession
  • Support English Language Learners to be
    successful in their Early Childhood Development
    career and in college
  • Assist in preparing a Professional Development
    Plan (ECD Plan) working towards completing
    Certificates and AA in Early childhood
    Development
  • Assist in completing an application for a Child
    Development Permit

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  • Submit Child Development Permit Application
    through the VOC process (shortens time to about 8
    weeks)
  • Align student education plans with transfer
    patterns
  • Provide information about the Child Development
    Training Consortium
  • Provide students with information about the
    Mentor Teacher or Enhanced Mentor Teacher Program

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  • Refer a student to Child Care Links to have a
    foreign transcript evaluated
  • Provide information about training in the Harms
    Clifford Rating Scales (ECERS)
  • Loan ECD Books
  • Connect Las Positas to other systems in Alameda
    County and California
  • Effect systematic changes throughout all ECC
    systems such as aligning licensing, permits and
    certificates

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What is CAP?
  • The California Community Colleges Curriculum
    Alignment Project is a lower-division program of
    study supporting early care and education teacher
    preparation.
  • The Lower Division 8 represent evidence-based
    courses that are intended to become a
    foundational core for all early care and
    education professionals.
  • Students completing the Core 8 courses are better
    prepared to help care for and educate
    Californias youngest children.

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Curriculum Alignment Project (CAP)
Las Positas College CAP 8 ECD 50 Early
Childhood Principles and Practices ECD 54 Child
Health, Safety Nutrition ECD 56 Child Growth
and Development (formerly ECD 51) ECD 62 Child,
Family Community ECD 63 Early Childhood
Curriculum ECD 69 Child Study Observation and
Assessment ECD 79 Teaching in a Diverse
Society ECD 90 Practicum Supervised Experience
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And More . . . Introduce students to services
on campus such as
  • ILC
  • Health Center including mental health counseling
  • TANF
  • CALWORKS
  • Career/Transfer Center
  • Assessment
  • ESL
  • Counseling
  • Financial Aid/Scholarships
  • DSPS
  • EOPS
  • Tutoring

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Financial Resources _at_ Las Positas
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Child Development Training Consortium (CDTC)
Projects
  • Pays for the CD Permit application
  • Pays the majority of Live Scan
  • Students who are working in licensed programs are
    eligible for the CDTC Stipend Assistance each
    semester (does not matter what other types of
    they receive) Applications are issued each
    semester in class
  • PGA training (offered as needed)

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More Resources _at_ Las Positas College
  • Financial Aid
  • CALWORKs
  • Fee Waiver (BOG-W)
  • Fee Waiver Program
  • (TANF) Temporary Aid to Needy Families
  • Call Zina Rosen-Simon _at_ 925.424.1170 for more
    information

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Other LPC Resources
  • Integrated Learning Center
  • LCP Counselors
  • Health Center
  • Physical Health
  • Library Website

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AND the Best for Last
  • Enroll students in the
  • Child Development CORPS
  • Associate of Arts
  • Degree Program

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AA DEGREE PROGRAM funded by
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Las Positas College AA Degree Professional
Development Coordinator
Christie Verarde, AA Degree PDC 925.424.1188
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Child Development Corps AA Degree Stipend
  • Funded by Proposition 10 (Tobacco Tax) locally
    through
  • Every Child Counts First 5 Alameda County
  • Can apply at any time throughout the year
  • Stipends range from 650 - 2,500 per year

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  • Eligibility
  • Must work with children under age 5 or LARPD ESS
    programs
  • Must work at least 15 hours per week
  • Must have worked in the same program for 9 months
    prior to applying
  • Must have a Child Development Permit (unless they
    have less than 6 ECE units)
  • The goal is to provide support for the early
    childhood professional towards earning ones A.A.
    Degree or transferring in Early Childhood
    Development

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Permit/Stipend Levels
  • Initial Entry 650.00 Yearly
  • NO Permit required if less than 6 units ECD
  • Assistant Teacher 900.00 Yearly
  • Associate Teacher 1100.00 Yearly
  • Teacher 1400.00 Yearly
  • Master Teacher 1600.00 Yearly
  • Achievement Stipend One time AA Degree or
    equivalent stipend - 2500
  • After the first year in the program, a
    participant can earn an additional 200 per unit
    by completing units beyond the required 3 program
    units.

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Las Positas ECD Certificates
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Las Positas ECD Certificates
  • Associate Teacher
  • Complete 13 ECD Units in CORE courses
  • ECD 50 Principles and Practices
  • ECD 56 Child Growth and Development (effective
    Fall, 2011 (Formerly ECD 51)
  • ECD 62 Child, Family Community
  • ECD 63 Early Childhood Curriculum

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ECD Certificates (Cont)
  • Basic Teacher Certificate 25 Units ECD
  • 4 Core Courses and
  • ECD 40, 54, 69 or 79 (select just 1 course)
  • ECD 60 Intro. to Teaching Children with Special
    Needs
  • ECD 95/96 Work Experience (2 units)
  • ECD 90 Practicum-Supervised Experience

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Early Childhood Intervention Assistant Certificate
  • 4 CORE classes
  • ECD 40 Social and Emotional foundations
  • ECD 54 Child Health, Safety and Nutrition
  • ECD 60 Introduction to Teaching Children
    with Exceptional Needs
  • ECD 67 Infant and Toddler Development
  • ECD 90 Practicum-Supervised Experience
  • ECD 91 Adaptive Curriculum for Children with
    Exceptional Needs
  • TOTAL 32 Units

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AA DEGRESS
  • 2 Possibilities

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AA Degree in Early Childhood
  • 4 CORE classes
  • ECD 54 Child Health, Safety Nutrition
  • ECD 69 Child Study Observation and Assessment
  • ECD 60 Intro. to Teaching Children with Special
    Needs
  • ECD 79 Teaching in a Diverse Society
  • ECD 95/96 Work Experience (2 units)
  • ECD 90 Practicum - Supervised Experience
  • LPC General Education requirements 4 additional
    electives TOTAL 60 units

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AA Degree in Early Childhood Intervention
  • Working as a one-on-one aide
  • with children with exceptional needs
  • Early Intervention Assistant Certificate
  • ECD 69
  • ECD 79
  • Las Positas General Education Requirements for a
    Total of 60 units

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  • Help a student see where they are starting
  • Help a student visualize their goals
  • Demonstrate the many potential paths to reach
    their goals
  • Team it up with their college planning of courses
  • Impact of General Education courses and obtaining
    their goals

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Tools of the Trade
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A Visual Guide
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Child Development Permit Matrix?
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What a Permit Looks Like
  • Name xxx Document Title Child
    Development Program Director Permit Document
    Number 0xxxxxxx Authorization Code(s)
    12F This permit authorizes the holder
    to supervise a child care and development program
    operating at a single or multiple sites, provide
    service in the care, development, and instruction
    of children in a child care and development
    program, and serve as a coordinator of curriculum
    and staff development in a child care and
    development program. Renewal Code(s)
    12 To renew this permit for an additional
    five-year period, the holder must complete a
    minimum of 105 clock hours of planned and
    approved professional growth activities as
    described in The California Professional Growth
    Manual for Child Development Permits"."
    Issuance Date 06/10/2008 Expiration
    Date 07/01/2013 Date of Original
    Issuance 06/10/2003 County of
    Employment ALAMEDA

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California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
(CCTC)
Vision Strive towards excellence in the
certification and assignment monitoring processes
and aspire to provide valued guidance and
assistance to our stakeholders for the children
of the State of California. Mission The Mission
of the Certification, Assignment and Waivers
Division is to promote educational excellence and
assure that the children of the State of
California have fully qualified individuals to
provide them with instruction and guidance.
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Why Encourage a CD Permit?
  • Sets a higher education standard thereby
    improving the quality of education for young
    children
  • Professional knowledge and application
  • Fosters professionalism in the field of Early
    Childhood Education
  • Personal satisfaction in meeting ones
    predetermined goals

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Professional Development Coordinators
  • Learning students are most likely to be found
    in the presence of learning teachers
  • PG Manual, pg 2

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Las Positas ECD Faculty and Staff
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Las Positas College ECD Department Faculty and
Staff
Zina Rosen-Simon, Faculty Department
Coordinator
Nadiyah Taylor, Faculty
Jeanne Virgilio ECD Systems Professional
Development Coordinator
Christie Verarde, AA Degree ECD Professional
Development Coordinator
Ana DelAguila ECD ELL Professional Development
Coordinator
Valerie Ball Mentor Enhanced Mentor Program
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More Information is Available
  • Las Positas
  • ECD Professional Development Coordinators

Jeanne Virgilio 925-424-1187 jvirgilio_at_laspositasc
ollege.edu Office 2136
Christie Verarde 925-424-1188 cverarde_at_laspositasc
ollege.edu Office 2174
Ana DelAguila (se habla espanol) 925.424.1176
(Las Positas) 510.723.7284 (Chabot) adelaguila_at_cha
botcollege.edu Office 2136 _at_ Las Positas
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