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Welcome to Early Childhood
Development Department
Las Positas College
Livermore
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Meet the PDC’s @ LPC
Ana DelAguila
ELL PDC
Jeanne Virgilio, PDC
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What Does a Professional
Development Coordinator Do?
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Enroll eligible students in ECD Learning Communities
(cohorts)
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Help students learn more about the Early Childhood
Profession
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Support English Language Learners to be successful in their
Early Childhood Development career and in college
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Assist in preparing a Professional Development Plan (ECD
Plan) working towards completing Certificates and AA in Early
childhood Development
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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)
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Align student education plans with transfer patterns
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Provide information about the Child Development
Training Consortium
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Provide students with information about the Mentor
Teacher or Director Mentor Program
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Assist eligible students with a foreign transcript
evaluation
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Loan ECD Books
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Connect Las Positas to other “systems” in Alameda
County and California
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Influence systematic changes throughout all ECC
systems such as aligning licensing, permits and
certificates
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Child Development Center and Lab
 Click
here to go directly to our child
development center and lab
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What is CAP?
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The California Community Colleges Curriculum
Alignment Project is a lower-division program of study
supporting early care and education teacher preparation.
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The Lower Division 8 represent evidence-based courses
that are intended to become a foundational core for all
early care and education professionals.
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Students completing the Core 8 courses are better
prepared to help care for and educate California’s
youngest children.
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Click here for more information about CAP
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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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Curriculum Alignment Project (CAP)
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Expansion Courses @ LPC (aligned spring, 2014)
ECD 67 – Infant and Toddler Caregiving
ECD 60 – Teaching Children with Exceptional Needs
ECD 91 – Adaptive Curriculum for Children with Exceptional Needs
ECD 65 – Administration I: Programs in ECE
ECD 68 – Administration II: Leadership and Supervision in ECE
ECD 83 – Adult Mentoring and Supervision
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And More . . .
Introduce students to services on campus such as:
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Assessment
ESL
Counseling
Financial
Aid/Scholarships
DSPS
EOPS
Tutoring
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ILC
Health Center
including mental
health counseling
CALWORKS
Career/Transfer
Center
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$$ Financial Resources $$
@ Las Positas
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Child Development Training
Consortium (CDTC) Projects
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Pays for the CD Permit application – first 3
levels – funding is limited
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Pays the majority of Live Scan (for CD Permit)
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Students who are working in licensed programs
are eligible for the CDTC Stipend Assistance
each semester (does not matter what other
types of $$ they receive): Applications are
issued each semester in class
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More $$ Resources @
Las Positas College
 Financial
Aid
 CALWORKs
 Fee Waiver (BOG-W)
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Fee Waiver Program
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Other LPC Resources
 Integrated
Learning Center (ILC)
 LCP Counselors
 Health Center
 Physical
Health
 Library Website
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AND the Best for Last
Enroll students in the
Child Development Learning
Community (cohorts)
programs
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Learning Communities funded by:
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Child Development Learning
Community Program
 Funded
by Proposition 10 (Tobacco Tax)
locally through:
Every Child Counts First 5 Alameda County
 2 semester commitment
 Students complete 3 units per semester while
enrolled in learning community
 Students have access to Teachstone CLASS tool
 Books, tutoring, one-on-one advising and more
 Stipends
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2 Learning Community Options
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Early Childhood Development + English as a
second Language (ESL) (haga clic aqui)
Ana Del Aguila 925-424-1176
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AA Degree/Pathway Learning Community
Jeanne Virgilio 925-424-1187 (click here)
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 Eligibility:
• Must work with children under age 5 in a
licensed program or family childcare
• Must work at least 15 hours per week
• Must have worked in the same program for 9
months
• Child Development Permit or applying
• The goal is to provide support for the early
childhood professional towards earning one’s
A.A. Degree or transferring in Early Childhood
Development
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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 (Con’t)
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Basic Teacher Certificate – 25 Units ECD
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4 Core Courses and
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ECD 40, 54, 69 or 79 (select just 1 course)
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ECD 60 Intro. to Teaching Children with Exceptional Needs
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ECD 95/96 Work Experience (2 units)
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ECD 90 Practicum-Supervised Experience
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Early Childhood Intervention
Assistant Certificate
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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 And AS-T Degree
3 Possibilities
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AA Degree in Early Childhood
4 CORE classes +
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ECD 54 Child Health, Safety & Nutrition
ECD 69 Child Study: Observation and Assessment
ECD 60 Intro. to Teaching Children with Exceptional
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 (can be ECD or GE units): TOTAL = 60 units
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AS-T in Early Childhood Education
4 CORE classes +
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ECD 54 Child Health, Safety & Nutrition
ECD 69 Child Study: Observation and Assessment
ECD 79 Teaching in a Diverse Society
ECD 90 Practicum - Supervised Experience
LPC General Education requirements
TOTAL = 60 units be sure to see an academic counselor
This path is specifically for those desiring to transfer to a
California State University and major in Child
Development or a related discipline. (see counselors for
more information)
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AA Degree in Early Childhood
Intervention
Working as a one-on-one aide
with children with exceptional needs
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Intervention Assistant Certificate +
ECD 69
ECD 79 +
Las Positas General Education Requirements
for a Total of 60 units
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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)
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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 a Child Development 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 one’s
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 ECD Department Faculty & Staff
Part time faculty
contact information:
•Laura Reno
Zina Rosen-Simon
Faculty
Office 2326
•Kathy Caparusso
Nadiyah Taylor
Faculty &
Department
Coordinator
Office 2324
Corinna Calica
Director
Child Development
Center
Jeanne Virgilio
ECD Professional
Development
Coordinator
Ana DelAguila
ECD ELL Professional
Development
Coordinator
•Traci Peterson
•Linda Guthrie
•Jeanne Virgilio
•Ana DelAguila
•Margie Costello-Chevis
•Karen Nattrass
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More Information is Available:
Las Positas
ECD Professional Development
Coordinators
Jeanne Virgilio
Ana DelAguila
Office: 2327
925-424-1176 (Las Positas)
510-723-7284 (Chabot)
[email protected]
Office 2329 @ Las Positas
925-424-1187
[email protected]
Updated : March, 2014
(se habla español
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