Palomar College CHDV Department STUDENT ORIENTATION 6:00-7:30pm AGENDA Welcome to the CHDV Department! Faculty introductions CHDV Programs and Courses ◦ Scheduling and planning ◦ Changes to programs for Fall 2013 Child Development Permit Advising General Education Counseling Sources of $$$ The CHDV Club Questions Child Development Faculty Department Chair: ◦ Jenny Fererro [email protected] x2314 Full-Time Faculty: ◦ Dr. Laurel Anderson [email protected] x5528 ◦ Bob Sasse [email protected] x2856 ◦ Diane Studinka [email protected] x2208 Part-Time Faculty: ◦ Amanda Bailey, Dr. Renee Barrett, Dr. Ken Breeding, Barb Everett, Francesca Gallozzi, Barbara Hammons, Dr. Anne Hanley, Mark Jacobs, Annie Lee, Cindy Leso, Srisuda Luettringhaus, Kriszta Micsinai, Gina Wilson Department ADA: Michelle LaVigueur x2206 CHDV Courses We have 30+ separate courses covering a wide variety of early childhood topics ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Theory classes Curriculum and practicum classes Administration classes Focus is on children birth to 8, with heavy emphasis on birth to 5 We offer all of the courses you need to earn your Child Development Permit New CHDV Programs (Beginning Fall 2013) 8 programs ◦ Certificates of Proficiency: Assistant Teacher (16 units) and School Age Assistant (15 units) ◦ Plus 6 Certificates of Achievement/AS degrees: Preschool Teacher, Infant/Toddler Teacher, Early Inclusion Teacher, Early Childhood Administration, Child & Family Services, Child Development/Early Childhood Education AS-T Transfer AA degree AS degree (effective Fall 2013) New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) Certificates of Proficiency ◦ Assistant Teacher (16 units) CHDV 100, CHDV 105 and 105A, B, or C, CHDV 115, CHDV 120, CHDV 185 ◦ School Age Assistant (15 units) CHDV 100, CHDV 104, CDHV 115, CHDV 180, CHDV 190 ◦ These 2 certificates have no change from previous academic years Certificates of Achievement ◦ Can be completed along with GE requirements for the AS degree in Child Development New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) CORE CHDV Classes (required for Preschool Teacher, Infant/Toddler Teacher, Early Inclusion Teacher, Early Childhood Administration, and Transfer degrees and certificates: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ CHDV 99 (new course) CHDV 100 CHDV 104 CHDV 105 CHDV 115 CHDV 120 CHDV 185 CHDV 201 (new course) 22.5 units total core New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) Preschool Teacher Certificate of Achievement ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Core CHDV Classes (22.5 units) PLUS: CHDV 101 CHDV 105A CHDV 152A CHDV 202 (new course) 9 units of electives from: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV 108 110 125 130 135 140 142 144 ◦ TOTAL: 40 units ◦ Complete along with GE requirements to earn AS degree in CHDV New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) Infant/Toddler Teacher Certificate of Achievement ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Core CHDV Classes (22.5 units) PLUS: CHDV 103 CHDV 105B CHDV 106 CHDV 142 CHDV 152B CHDV 203 (new course) 6.5 units of electives from: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV 101 108 110 125 130 135 140 144 145 ◦ TOTAL: 40 units ◦ Complete along with GE requirements to earn AS degree in CHDV New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) Early Inclusion Teacher Certificate of Achievement ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Core CHDV Classes (22.5 units) PLUS: CHDV 103 CHDV 105C CHDV 110 CHDV 112 CHDV 152A or CHDV 152B CHDV 204 (new course) 3 units of electives from: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV 101 102 106 108 142 145 172 ◦ TOTAL: 40 units ◦ Complete along with GE requirements to earn AS degree in CHDV New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) Early Childhood Administration Certificate of Achievement ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Core CHDV Classes (22.5 units) PLUS: CHDV 102 CHDV 105A, B, or C CHDV 150 CHDV 155 CHDV 174 CHDV 195 3.5 units of electives from: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV CHDV 101 103 108 110 144 145 152A, B or D 172 ◦ TOTAL: 40 units ◦ Complete along with GE requirements to earn AS degree in CHDV New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) Child and Family Services Certificate of Achievement ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ CHDV 99 CHDV 100 CHDV 101 CHDV 102 CHDV 105 CHDV 105A, B, or C CHDV 115 CHDV 145 Plus 3 units from: ◦ CHDV 125, CHDV 130, CHDV 135, CHDV 140, CHDV 185 ◦ Plus 9 units from: ◦ CHDV 104, CHDV 108, CHDV 110, CHDV 172, CHDV 174, CHDV 197 ◦ Plus 9 units from: ◦ ANTH 105, BUS 142, BMGT 105, FCS 185, MCS 100, PSYC/SOC 120, SOC 105, SPCH 115 ◦ TOTAL: 40.5 units ◦ Complete along with GE requirements to earn AS degree in CHDV New CHDV Programs (cont.) (Beginning Fall 2013) Child Development/Early Childhood Education AS-T Transfer Degree ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ CHDV 100 CHDV 101 CHDV 105 CHDV 105A, B, or C CHDV 115 CHDV 120 CHDV 172 CHDV 185 CHDV 201 (new course) Plus 3 units from: ◦ CHDV 102, CHDV 103, CHDV 104, CHDV 106, CHDV 108, CHDV 110, CHDV 112, CHDV 125, CHDV 130, CHDV 135, CHDV 140, CHDV 142, CHDV 144, CHDV 145, CHDV 150, CHDV 152, CHDV 155, CHDV 174, CHDV 180, CHDV 190, CHDV 195, CHDV 197 ◦ Plus GE Requirements ◦ TOTAL: 60 units CHDV Scheduling & Planning Things to consider: ◦ Always take 100 and 115 first! ◦ Other courses do not necessarily need to be taken in numerical order (with the exception of courses with prerequisites) ◦ Employment- many students work in ECE while completing their programs. If you want to work, you’ll need a basic 12 units as your first classes CHDV 100, CHDV 115 are required for entry-level employment in any licensed center Some employers require the state Child Development Permit, others just require “12 units” CHDV Scheduling & Planning Things to consider (cont.) ◦ CHDV 105 and CHDV 201, 202, 203, 204 require labs 105A, 105B, 105C- 3 hours per week of lab placement CHDV 200 will no longer exist after Spring 2013, will be replaced by CHDV 201, 202, 203, and 204. 201, 202, 203, 204- 3 hours per week of lab placement for each course 105 is a fall/spring only 201 is a fall only, 202/203/204 are spring only Placements are determined by the department Labs must be done for appropriate population for your certificate/degree choice ◦ CHDV 105 lecture does not need to be repeated for multiple certificates, only the lab hours. CHDV Scheduling & Planning Things to consider (cont). ◦ General Education Some students want to focus only on their child development units It is a good idea to consider working on your GE units in conjunction with your CHDV units- this is important for 2 reasons: ◦ Earning your state Child Development Permit (teacher level and higher) requires GE units ◦ AS and transfer require GE Take English classes required for GE sooner rather than later! Keep your options open! GE advising can be completed with the GE counselors: ◦ Dr. Lisa Romain [email protected] x2195 ◦ JoAnne Lesser [email protected] x2654 CHDV Advising- Important! We strongly recommend that ALL CHDV students who did not receive individual advising from the CHDV department last semester schedule an advising session: ◦ Jenny Fererro [email protected] or another full-time CHDV faculty member (Diane Studinka, Bob Sasse, Laurel Anderson) Child Development Permit Issued by the state of CA Takes the place of a credential for ECE Separate from the degrees and certificates issued by Palomar Required for employment in any state-funded program Recommended for all students to work towards in addition to their Palomar degrees and certificates We can provide permit advising and VOC If you are working towards your certificate/AA from Palomar, you WILL have the classes you need for your Associate Teacher and Teacher Permits Child Development Permit Child Development Permit Associate Teacher Permit ◦ 12 units MUST be: ◦ CHDV 100, CHDV 115, and then 2 programs/curriculum classes. Choose from: CHDV 105, 125, 130, 135, 140, 185 ◦ Experience level: 50 days of 3+ hrs/day in past 2 years ◦ Renewal: Within 5 years must complete 15 more units towards Teacher Permit Within 10 years must be able to move to Teacher Permit Child Development Permit Teacher Permit ◦ 24 units of CHDV (including 12 from Associate Teacher) ◦ 16 units of GE- one class in each: English/Language Arts (ENG 100, Speech 100) Math or Science (MATH 56/60+, phys. sci., FCS 185, etc.) Social Science (PSYC, SOC, HIST, etc.) Humanities/Fine Arts (Foreign Lang, arts, MCS, etc.) ◦ Experience: 175 days of 3+ hrs/day in past 4 years ◦ Renewal every 5 years – 105 hours of professional growth Child Development Permit For higher level permits: ◦ Master Teacher Permit Specialization coursework is fulfilled by classes you need for your Palomar certificate/degree Adult Supervision units (also needed for Site Supervisor permit)= CHDV 195 ◦ Site Supervisor Permit: In addition to CHDV 195, you’ll need CHDV 150 and CHDV 155 Students with bachelor’s degrees can qualify for permits under alternate qualifications For all permit questions or for advising, see one of the full-time CHDV faculty Palomar College Child Development Center The CHDV Centers on the main campus and at the Escondido site provide quality play-based preschool programs for children ages 18 m-5. Both sites serve as lab schools for our students and are open for observation and participation. The Center is open to children of students, faculty, staff, and community members. Contact Marilu at x2575 for enrollment information and tuition rates. The Center is always looking for student workers- contact Pam Keinath at x2578 for employment information. Observing at the Center The Child Development Center is open for observation for Palomar students. Please follow all observation guidelines, posted on the website. All CHDV students MUST wear their Palomarissued Student Activity Card when visiting the center. Students must have signed the Palomar College Child Development Department Statement of Commitment and Confidentiality and have received an orange dot for their ID before visiting. CHDV instructors can provide more information. Student Activity Card (ID) All CHDV students MUST wear their Palomar-issued Student Activity Card when visiting the center. Student ID’s cost $15 and can be purchased at the OSA (SU-202). ◦ Hours: 1/14/13-1/18/13 8:30am-4pm (fewer lines!), open 8am-6pm the first few weeks of the semester Many benefits to the ID, including free copies, coffee, scantrons, and discounts! Campus Resources CHDV courses require college-level reading and writing skills. ALL courses have numerous written assignments, and all courses require the use of APA 6th ed. formatting. The Writing Center on campus provides free help with written work, including proofreading, formatting, and tutoring for clarity. The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) at the Escondido site provides tutoring and study help. The Disability Resource Center (DRC, formerly DSPS) provides assessment for learning disabilities and provides classroom accommodations for students with various types of learning and physical needs. The library offers assistance with research and online work. The Tutoring Center offers general tutoring and study help. Your instructors are here to help you! When in doubt, please ask one of your professors for help! Child Development Training Consortium Applications available fall and spring Students currently working with children age 5 and under in a licensed center or program Reimbursement available for all courses meeting consortium guidelines taken at Palomar in that semester passed with a C or better (GE and CHDV) [email protected] AB-212 CARES In order to receive funding under CARES, students must work in a state-funded center. More information available by contacting Diane Studinka [email protected] California Mentor Teacher Program The California Early Childhood Mentor Program selects experienced classroom teachers to mentor student teachers taking the CHDV 200-level classes (Supervised Field Experience classes- CHDV 201, 202, 203, 204). In addition to a stipend for professional development, Mentors Teachers are paid stipends to use their classrooms as high quality training environments. The program recruits teachers who have: ◦ Worked at least 2 years in an early childhood classroom, family child care, or school age before/after school care program ◦ Completed a college early childhood training program that included a supervised teaching course and who are eligible for the Master Teacher level, or above, of the California Child Development Permit. ◦ Completed a course in adult supervision skills and classroom evaluation (CHDV 195) Please contact Bob Sasse for more information! [email protected] The Child Development Club Student led club for networking, education, activism, and fun! The club participates in ASG events, as well! All Palomar students interested in child development are welcome! http://palomarchdvclub.blogspot.com Questions? Please contact one of the full-time CHDV faculty for more help or information! ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Dr. Laurel Anderson [email protected] x5528 Jenny Fererro [email protected] x2314 Bob Sasse [email protected] x2856 Diane Studinka [email protected]mar.edu x2208 Please plan on attending one of the dropin sessions for advising- see you there!