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1 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Human Arts and Social Sciences Division Isabel O'Conn, Division Dean Division Office, Room 420 Jean Gallagher-Heil, Department Chair, (831) Aptos Counsel: (831) f appointment Watsonville Counsel: (831) Call (831) f me infmation Early Childhood Education A.S.-T Transfer Degree The E.C.E. program provides the course wk required by the State of Califnia Department of Social Services and f the Department of Education Child Development Permit. It also provides a foundation f transfer to fouryear programs in Child Development, Human Development, Early Childhood Education. A broad range of employment opptunities are available by fulfilling the various certificate and degree requirements. Career options include infant-toddler specialist, children's center teacher, family childcare provider, direct administrat in state-funded, public, private early care and education settings. Cabrillo offers options f a degree in Early Childhood Education. The first option listed below is the Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education f Transfer (A.S.-T), which is intended f students who plan to complete a bachel's degree in a similar maj at a CSU campus. Students completing these degrees are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus maj. See Associate Degree f Transfer infmation in the Cabrillo College Catalog. This degree may not be the best option f students intending to transfer to a particular CSU campus to a university college that is not part of the CSU system. Specific lower division maj preparation at four-year public institutions in Califnia can be found at Please see a counsel f advisement f transfer to any four-year institutions. The following is required f all A.A.-T A.S.-T degrees: Completion of 60 CSU-transferable semester units. Minimum grade-point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all CSU-transferable coursewk. While a minimum of 2.0 is required f admission, some majs may require a higher GPA. Completion of a minimum of 18 semester units in the maj with a letter grade of "C" better, a "P" if the course is taken on a "pass/no pass" basis. Certified completion of the Califnia State University General Education- Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth) the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern. The second option fulfills requirements f a non-transferable A.S. Degree in Early Childhood Education at Cabrillo College. Contact the Early Childhood Education Department f an appointment with a faculty program advis and the Cabrillo counseling office f further program and degree requirements. The Cabrillo College Ce Competencies, with an emphasis in the study of Early Childhood Education: 1. Communication: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, and/ Conversing 2. Critical Thinking and Infmation Competency: Analysis, Computation, Research, Problem Solving 3. Global Awareness: An appreciation of Scientific Processes, Global Systems and Civics, and Artistic Variety. 4.Personal Responsibility and Professional Development: Self-Management and Self-Awareness, Social and Physical Wellness, Wkplace Skills 1 Completion of CSU IGETC General Education Requirements Ce Courses (25 ) ECE 31 Child Growth and Development ECE 34 Observation and Assessment Methods in Early Childhood Education ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 52 Teaching in a Diverse Society ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child ECE 54 Early Childhood Education Practicum ECE 59 Health, Safety, and Nutrition Issues in the Child Care Setting Electives (0-2 ) Any course numbered Note: ECE 31 and 32 are also general education courses. Total 60 Early Childhood Education A.S. Degree The Cabrillo College Ce Competencies (with an emphasis in the study of Early Childhood Education: 1. Communication: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, and/ Conversing 2. Critical Thinking and Infmation Competency: Analysis, Computation, Research, Problem Solving 3. Global Awareness: An appreciation of Scientific Processes, Global Systems and Civics, and Artistic Variety. 4. Personal Responsibility and Professional Development: Self-Management and Self-Awareness, Social and Physical Wellness, Wkplace Skills A.S. General Education 21 Ce Courses (34.5) ECE 31 * Child Growth and Development ECE 32 * Child, Family and Community ECE 34 * Observation and Assessment Methods in Early Childhood Education ECE 51 * Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 52 * Teaching in a Diverse Society ECE 53 * Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child... 3 ECE 53L Curriculum Materials Lab ECE 54 * Early Childhood Education Practicum ECE 59 * Health, Safety, and Nutrition Issues in the Child Care Setting ECE 135 Infant and Toddler Program Development ECE 146 The Child with Special Needs in the Child Care Program ECE 158 Wking With Families Ce: Special Curriculum Topics (Take 1 unit from the following:) ECE 156A Curriculum f the Young Child: Life Science ECE 156B Cabrillo College Catalog Curriculum f the Young Child: Physical Science

2 ECE 156C Curriculum f the Young Child: Social Knowledge ECE 156D Large Mot and Movement Curriculum ECE 156E Expling Music with the Young Child ECE 156G Circle Time Activities ECE 156H Cooking Curriculum f Young Children ECE 156J Superhero and Weapon Play ECE 156K Expling Art with the Young Child ECE 156L Fostering First and Second Language Development ECE 156M Early Literacy Foundations f Young Children. 1-3 ECE 156N Early Math Foundations f Young Children Electives (3.5 ) ECE 133 Understanding Infant Development ECE 134 Understanding Toddler Development ECE 134C Curriculum with Toddlers ECE 134E Nurturing Environments f Infants and Toddlers ECE 134SN Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs in the Childcare Program ECE 145 Peace Education and Children's Literature ECE 163 Advanced Curriculum f the Young Child Prospective ECE majs are encouraged to consult an ECE instruct regarding recommended elective courses. Total 60 *Denotes courses that are part of the Curriculum Alignment Project (CAP) 8 Lower-Division Transfer Program Teaching Certificate of Achievement This program provides the student with the course wk required by the State of Califnia Department of Social Services and the Department of Education Child Development Permit which enables the student to be employed as a children's center teacher family childcare provider specialist in statefunded programs, in public private settings. Contact the Early Childhood Education Department f an appointment with a faculty program advis and the counseling office f further program requirements. 1. Teach and care f young children using effective communication and relationship skills 2. Create programs, curriculum, and environments based on child development they, observations, documentation, and assessments of children. 3. Demonstrate principles of cultural and linguistic competency, inclusive practices, and anti-bias perspectives in teaching and caring f young children. 4. Develop respectful, two-way partnerships with the families of children in early childhood programs. 5. Demonstrate professional and ethical practices in teaching and caring f young children. Ce Courses (34.5 units) ECE 31 * Child Growth and Development ECE 32 * Child, Family and Community ECE 34 * Observation and Assessment Methods in Early Childhood Education ECE 51 * Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 52 * Teaching in a Diverse Society ECE 53 * Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child... 3 ECE 53L Curriculum Materials Lab ECE 54 * Early Childhood Education Practicum ECE 59 * Health, Safety, and Nutrition Issues in the Child Care Setting ECE 135 Infant and Toddler Program Development ECE 146 The Child with Special Needs in the Child Care Program ECE 158 Wking With Families Ce: Special Curriculum Topics (Take 1 unit from the following:) ECE 156A Curriculum f the Young Child: Life Science ECE 156B ECE 156C Curriculum f the Young Child: Physical Science Curriculum f the Young Child: Social Knowledge ECE 156D Large Mot and Movement Curriculum ECE 156E Expling Music with the Young Child ECE 156G Circle Time Activities ECE 156H Cooking Curriculum f Young Children ECE 156J Superhero and Weapon Play ECE 156K Expling Art with the Young Child ECE 156L ECE 156M Fostering First and Second Language Development Early Literacy Foundations f Young Children ECE 156N Early Math Foundations f Young Children Other Required Courses (3 ) Total 38.5 *Denotes courses that are part of the Curriculum Alignment Project (CAP) 8 Lower-Division Transfer Program ECE Administration Certificate of Achievement

3 This program provides the student with the course wk required by the State of Califnia Department of Social Services and the Department of Education Child Development Permit which enables the student to be employed as a children's center teacher administrat in a state-funded program, public private setting. Contact the Early Childhood Education Department f an appointment with a faculty program advis and the counseling office f further program requirements. 1. Demonstrate professional and ethical practices in supervising programs that teach and care f young children based on: developmental they, principles of cultural and linguistic competency, anti-bias education principles and inclusive practices, and that suppt partnerships with families and promote professional growth f teachers. Required Courses ECE Teaching Certificate of Achievement Other Required Courses ECE 157A Administration and Supervision of Children's Programs ECE 157B Administration and Supervision of Children's Programs ECE 157C Supervising Adults in the Childcare Setting Total 46.5 All Cabrillo and State Specializations Certificate of Achievement The Cabrillo and State specializations require 24 units of ECE to include ECE 31/131, ECE 32/142, ECE 51 and ECE 53, plus six units of additional specialized course wk as described in each Certificate of Achievement.. Cabrillo and State Requirements ECE 31 Child Growth and Development ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child Total 12 Anti-Bias Curriculum Certificate of Achievement 1. Integrate principles of cultural and linguistic competency, inclusive practices, and anti-bias education principles when teaching, caring, and developing programs f young children. Cabrillo and State Requirements (24 units to include the following) ECE 31 Child Growth and Development ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child Any ECE courses numbered Required - 6 units of specialized coursewk from below: ECE 52 Teaching in a Diverse Society AND 3 units from courses below: 3 ECE 134SN Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs in the Childcare Program ECE 145 Peace Education and Children's Literature ECE 146 The Child with Special Needs in the Child Care Program Other Required Courses (3 ) Total 33 Children's Literacy Curriculum Certificate of Achievement The Certificate of Achievement in Children's Literacy Curriculum reflects accomplishment in the skills and knowledge necessary to suppt the language and emergent literacy development of young children utilizing developmentally appropriate materials and guidance. 1. Create curriculum and environments that promote children s language and literacy development based on developmental principles, observations, documentation, and assessments of children. 2. Integrate principles of cultural and linguistic competency, inclusive practices, and anti-bias perspectives in developing curriculum f young children. Cabrillo and State Regulations ECE 31 Child Growth and Development ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child Additional ECE courses numbered (12 ) 12 Required - 6 units of specialized coursewk from below: ECE 145 Peace Education and Children's Literature ECE 156L Fostering First and Second Language Development ECE 156M Early Literacy Foundations f Young Children ENGL 20B Children's Literature Other Required Courses (3 ) Total 33 Curriculum Planning Certificate of Achievement 1. Integrate principles of cultural and linguistic competency, inclusive practices, and anti-bias education to create curriculum and environments based on developmental principles, observations, documentation, and assessments of children. Cabrillo and State Requirements (12 units to include the following) ECE 31 Child Growth and Development

4 ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child Additional ECE courses numbered Required (6 ) ECE 145 Peace Education and Children's Literature ECE 156A Curriculum f the Young Child: Life Science ECE 156B Curriculum f the Young Child: Physical Science ECE 156C Curriculum f the Young Child: Social Knowledge ECE 156D Large Mot and Movement Curriculum ECE 156E Expling Music with the Young Child ECE 156G Circle Time Activities ECE 156H Cooking Curriculum f Young Children ECE 156J Superhero and Weapon Play ECE 156K Expling Art with the Young Child ECE 156L Fostering First and Second Language Development ECE 156M Early Literacy Foundations f Young Children. 1-3 ECE 156N Early Math Foundations f Young Children Other Required Courses (3 ) Total 33 Infant/Toddler Care Certificate of Achievement The Certificate of Achievement in Infant and Toddler Care reflects accomplishment in the skills and knowledge necessary to provide quality care and education f young children from early infancy through two years of age. 1. Integrate principles of cultural and linguistic competency, inclusive practices, and anti-bias education to create curriculum and environments f infants and toddlers based on developmental principles, observations, documentation, and assessments of children. 2. Develop respectful relationships with children and families in infant/toddler programs. Cabrillo and State Requirements (12 units to include the following) ECE 31 Child Growth and Development ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child Additional ECE courses (12 ) Required - 6 units of specialized coursewk from below: ECE 135 Infant and Toddler Program Development AND 2 units from courses below ECE 133 Understanding Infant Development ECE 134 Understanding Toddler Development ECE 134C Curriculum with Toddlers ECE 134E Nurturing Environments f Infants and Toddlers ECE 134SN Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs in the Childcare Program ECE 139AZ Special Topics in Infant/Toddler Development and Care Other Required Courses (3 ) Total 33 Wking with Culturally Diverse Families Certificate of Achievement 1. Integrate principles of cultural and linguistic competency, inclusive practices, and anti-bias education in teaching and caring f young children and wking with their families. Cabrillo and State Regulations The Cabrillo and State specializations require 24 units of ECE to include ECE 31/131, ECE 32/142, ECE 51, and ECE 53), plus six units of additional specialized course wk from below: Required Courses (6 ) ECE 158 Wking With Families ECE 52 Teaching in a Diverse Society Other Required Courses (3 ) Total 33 Bilingual Spanish English Teaching Certificate of Achievement 1. Create curriculum and environments that promote dual language learning, f children whose home language is either Spanish English, based on developmental principles, cultural and linguistic competency and anti-bias education and respectful relationships. Cabrillo and State Regulations The Cabrillo and State specializations require 24 units of ECE to include ECE 31/131, ECE 32/142, ECE 51, and ECE 53, plus six units of additional specialized course wk from below: Required (4-5 ) SPAN 4 Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 17 Elementary Spanish f Spanish Speakers II Other Required Courses (3 ) Total 31-32

5 Spanish/English Early Childhood Teaching Skills Certificate 1. Create curriculum and environments that promote children's bilingual language development based on developmental principles, observations, documentation and assessments of children. Required Courses ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child SPAN 4 Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 17 Elementary Spanish f Spanish Speakers II Total Early Childhood Education Courses ECE 31 Child Growth and Development Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines the maj physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones f children from conception through adolescence with an emphasis on non-judgmental observation. Focuses on the interaction between maturational processes and environmental facts. Critical, analytical written wk is the primary means of evaluation. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU; UC, with limits: ECE 31, 32, 33 PSYCH 8 combined: maximum credit--1 course C-ID: CDEV 100 ECE 33 Child Development: School Age and Adolescence 2 units; 2 hours Lecture Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Covers the maj theies of development during school-age and adolescence, focusing on physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development in the context of today's families and society. Studies developmental changes characterizing the transition from childhood to adulthood that require maj shifts in how adults think about and interact with school-age children and adolescents. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU; UC, with limits: ECE 31, 32, 33 & PSYCH 8 combined: maximum credit-1 course. ECE 34 Observation and Assessment Methods in Early Childhood Education Prerequisite: ECE 31 ECE 131. Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Uses observation and assessment to document development and learning, promote children's success, and maintain quality programs in collabation with families and ECE professionals. Exples recding strategies, rating systems, documentation ptfolios, and various assessment methods. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. C-ID: ECE 200 ECE 32 Child, Family and Community Cequisite: ENGL 255; F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by Assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, school and community, emphasizing histical and sociocultural facts. Studies the processes of socialization, identity development, and the imptance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that suppt and empower families. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU; UC, with limits: ECE 31, 32, 33 PSYCH 8 combined: maximum credit--1 course C-ID: CDEV 110 5

6 ECE 51 Principles of Wking with Young Children Prerequisite: ECE 31 ECE 131. Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies developmentally appropriate practices emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies suppting comprehensive development of all children. Includes review of histical roots of early childhood programs. Assignments assume access to young children in group settings. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. C-ID: ECE 120 ECE 52 Teaching in a Diverse Society Prerequisite: ECE 32 ECE 142. Recommended Preparation: ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines the development of social identities in diverse societies including theetical and practical implications of oppression and privilege on children, families, programs, classrooms, and teaching.teaches approaches that help young children and the adults who care f them to embrace human diversity, recognize social bias, and take action on their own and others' behalf. Used in conjunction with ECE 158 f the Specialization Certificate in Wking with Culturally Diverse Families. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. C-ID: ECE 230 ECE 53 Introduction to Curriculum f the Young Child Cequisite: ECE 53L F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Focuses on knowledge and skills f creating developmentally appropriate curriculum and environments f children through age 6 emphasizing essential role of play and sensy learning. Examines teacher's role in the development of language and literacy, social and emotional skills, creativity, math, and science. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. C-ID: ECE 130 ECE 53L Curriculum Materials Lab 0.5 unit; 0 hour Lecture, 1 hour Labaty Prerequisite: ECE 53 Cequisite: ECE 53. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Provides suppt, in a lab setting, f students enrolled in ECE 53 to develop, design, and prepare learning materials f use with young children through six years of age. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. ECE 54 Early Childhood Education Practicum 4 units; 1 hour Lecture, 9 hours Labaty Prerequisite: ECE 31 ECE 131. Hybrid Requisite: Completion of concurrent enrollment in ECE 51; Completion of concurrent enrollment in ECE 53. Recommended Preparation: COMM 6; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Suppts supervised student teaching expling connections between they and practice using child-centered, play-iented approaches to teaching, learning and assessment, and building healthy, caring relations. Includes design, implementation and evaluation of learning experiences f all young children. Focuses on the competencies of the Califnia Child Development Permit. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. C-ID: ECE 210 ECE 54L Early Childhood Education Practicum Lab 1-3 units; 3-9 hours Labaty Hybrid Requisite: Completion of concurrent enrollment in ECE 54. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Suppts demonstration of developmentally appropriate early childhood teaching under guided supervision based on the Associate Teacher level competencies f the Califnia Child Development Permit. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. ECE 59 Health, Safety, and Nutrition Issues in the Child Care Setting Cequisite: ECE 159L current CPR and First Aid Certification by the American Red Cross. F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Teaches essential infmation and skills regarding the health, safety, and nutritional needs of young children including relevant regulations, standards, policies and procedures. Emphasizes collabation with families, health professionals, and agencies. Appropriate f teachers, childcare providers, parents, foster parents, and others who care f young children. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. Transfer Credit: Transfers to CSU. C-ID: ECE 220 ECE 128 Intermediate Child Care Practicum 2-3 units; 6-9 hours Labaty Prerequisite: ECE 54 equivalent skills. Hybrid Requisite: Completion of concurrent enrollment in ECE 158. Recommended Preparation: ECE 34; ECE 135; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Offers supervised field experience f students who have completed one semester of the Early Childhood Education Practicum. 6

7 ECE 131 Child Growth and Development Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL ENGL course, as indicated by assessment completion of ESL ENGL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ESL 201A; SPAN 16; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines the maj physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones f children from conception through adolescence with an emphasis on non-judgmental observation. Focuses on the interaction between maturational processes and environmental facts. Critical, analytical written wk is the primary means of evaluation. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 132 Ages and Stages: An Overview of Early Childhood Development 1-2 units; 1-2 hours Lecture Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Introduces the development of children from birth through age six in a context appropriate f families, foster parents, childcare providers, and beginning ECE students. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 133 Understanding Infant Development Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines the cognitive, language, physical, and social/emotional development of infants and how development is suppted through relationships and attachment with their family and caregivers. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 134C Curriculum with Toddlers Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and/ current experience as a caregiver f infants and toddlers; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Focuses on principles and practices f planning, implementing, observing, documenting, and evaluating curriculum f young children between the ages of 10 and 36 months. Teaches how to design curriculum to expand toddler's own creative ideas and suppt their physical, sensy, cognitive, language, emotional, and social development. Introduces principles f preparing the environment and activities to include large and small mot set-ups. May be offered in Bilingual Spanish/English Fmat. ECE 134E Nurturing Environments f Infants and Toddlers units; hours Lecture Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and/ current experience as a caregiver f infants and toddlers; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies the creation of a safe, stimulating, accessible, developmentally appropriate, child-centered environments f infants and toddlers in group care settings. May be offered in a Bilingual Spanish/English Fmat. ECE 134SN Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs in the Childcare Program 1-2 units; 1-2 hours Lecture Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines issues and practices that suppt caregivers and families in creating an inclusive program f infants and toddlers with special needs. May be offered in a Bilingual Spanish/English Fmat. ECE 134 Understanding Toddler Development Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 135; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines the cognitive, language, physical, and social/emotional development of toddlers and how development is suppted through relationships and attachment with their family and caregivers. Focus on how toddlers construct knowledge, learn language and culture, develop relationships, emotional selfregulation, and autonomy. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. 7

8 ECE 135 Infant and Toddler Program Development 4 units; 4 hours Lecture Prerequisite: ECE 31 ECE 131. Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Teaches principles f planning developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive group care of infants and toddlers to promote cognitive, language, social/emotional, and physical skills.topics include: primary care, individualized scheduling, staffing ratios and group size, responsive care, caregiving as curriculum, environments f care and learning, culturally appropriate caregiving, partnerships with families, and inclusion of children with special needs. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 137A Parents in the Cabrillo Children's Center: Focus on Infants and Toddlers 0.5 unit; 1 hour Labaty Recommended Preparation: ECE 133; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Teaches principles of child development f parents of children enrolled in Cabrillo College's Children's Center, focusing on developmental stages of children from five-months to three-years of age. Open entry/open exit. Students may register through the 12th week. ECE 137B Parents in the Cabrillo Children's Center: Focus on Preschoolers 0.5 unit; 1 hour Labaty Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Teaches principles of child development f parents of children enrolled in Cabrillo College's Children's Center, focusing on developmental stages of children from three to five years of age. Open entry/open exit. Students may enroll through the 12th week. ECE 137C Parents in the Cabrillo Children's Center: Advanced Seminar 0.5 unit; 1 hour Labaty Prerequisite: ECE 137A ECE 137B. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Reviews principles of child development and guidance strategies f parents of children enrolled in Cabrillo College's Children's Center, focusing on advanced topics. Open entry/open exit. Students may register through the 12th week. ECE 138A Communication and Positive Discipline with 2- to 5-Year Olds Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Exples effective approaches to communication and problem solving with twoto five-year olds that build self-esteem and protect the dignity of both children and adults. Focuses on encouraging cooperation and setting age appropriate and consistent limits. Appropriate f parents, foster parents, and family childcare home providers. May be offered in a Bilingual Spanish/English Fmat. ECE 139A-Z Special Topics in Infant/Toddler Development and Care units; hours Lecture Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and/ current experience as a caregiver f infants and toddlers; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Provides intensive study of some aspect of infant and/ toddler development f families and f teachers and caregivers in childcare programs. Course content will vary with each offering, as will prerequisites. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 142 Niño, familia, y comunidad Prerequisite: ECE 31 ECE 131. Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, school and community, emphasizing histical and sociocultural facts. Studies the processes of socialization, identity development and the imptance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that suppt and empower families. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. 8

9 ECE 145 Peace Education and Children's Literature Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies children's literature as a path to peace education f young children. Focuses on the six strands of peace education: knowledge of self and connection to others; joy in human diversity; love and care of nature; imagination and delight; creative conflict resolution and sense of justice; global awareness. ECE 145LA Children's Books and Libraries Practicum 1-2 units; 2-4 hours Labaty Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Introduces the role of libraries in suppting young children's emergent literacy and social identities through supervised practical experience in the operation of a children's library. ECE 145LB Children's Books and Libraries Intermediate Practicum 1-2 units; 2-4 hours Labaty Prerequisite: ECE 145LA. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies, at an intermediate level, the role of libraries in suppting young children's emergent literacy and social identities through supervised experience operating a children's library. ECE 146 The Child with Special Needs in the Child Care Program 2 units; 2 hours Lecture Prerequisite: ECE 31 ECE 131. Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Examines issues and practices that suppt all children, teachers, and families in creating an inclusive program f children with special needs. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156A Curriculum f the Young Child: Life Science Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies developmentally appropriate practices in planning a life science curriculum f young children. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156B Curriculum f the Young Child: Physical Science Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies developmentally appropriate practices f creating a curriculum f young children around the basic elements of the physical wld. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156C Curriculum f the Young Child: Social Knowledge Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Exples young children's social knowledge and their emerging understanding of self-concept and of human, cultural, and linguistic diversity. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156D Large Mot and Movement Curriculum Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies movement and large mot activities appropriate f the development of young children's codination and sense of rhythm. Exples use of classroom and the outdos as environments f large mot development. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156E Expling Music with the Young Child Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies developmentally appropriate practices f incpating music into the curriculum f young children including singing, chanting, and making music. Appropriate f teachers, caregivers, and parents. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. 9

10 ECE 156G Circle Time Activities Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Introduces concepts and strategies f choosing and presenting developmentally appropriate circle times with young children. May include music, creative movement, games, group problem-solving, language activities, and science experiences, so that children will participate and learn with interest and delight. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156H Cooking Curriculum f Young Children Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Presents developmentally appropriate practices f cooking with young children to suppt sensy/mot learning; math and science concepts; emergent literacy and language, in culturally responsive curriculum. Presents strategies f planning and preparing a child-safe cooking environment; how to create healthy and nutritious, simple, good tasting food; and how to implement a cooking curriculum using everyday utensils and appliances. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156J Superhero and Weapon Play Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53 and/ current experience wking with preschool-age children; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies developmentally appropriate practices f understanding and responding to young children's superhero and weapon play. Focuses on the influence of culture, gender role expectations, and children's development in play. Studies strategies f guiding play while emphasizing positive aspects and guidance of superhero and weapon play. May be offered in Bilingual Spanish/English Fmat. ECE 156K Expling Art with the Young Child Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies the developmental sequence of children's art and the teaching implications of expling various art media with young children two to five years of age. Focuses on using clay, watercol, tempera, drawing materials, block printing, and collage. Designed f preschool teachers and parents. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156L Fostering First and Second Language Development Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Presents practical ways f teachers and parents to suppt the language development of young children in bilingual multilingual settings through curriculum development and authentic assessment. Focuses on similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition; the relationship of language development to beginning literacy; and on the impact of partnerships between school and family on children's language development and sense of self. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 156M Early Literacy Foundations f Young Children Prerequisite: Currently wking as a teacher/caregiver in a licensed program f children birth through age five. Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Presents teaching strategies to help children, infancy to age five, develop emergent literacy skills. Applies developmental principles in linguistically and culturally responsive teacher interactions and in literacy-rich environmental design. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. 10

11 ECE 156N Early Math Foundations f Young Children Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Studies developmentally appropriate practices f creating curriculum f young children to promote logical-mathematical thinking and math concept fmation. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 157A Administration and Supervision of Children's Programs Prerequisite: Completion of ECE ce units (ECE ; ECE 51 and ECE 53) Associate Teacher Child Development Permit and one year teaching experience. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Presents an overview of quality programs f children, emphasizing: regulations and policy; promotion and enrollment; personnel; financial management; space and equipment; and relationships with families. Meets the requirement f three units in Program Administration f Social Services Licensing and three of the required six units f the Site Supervis level of the Califnia Child Development Permit Matrix. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. ECE 157B Administration and Supervision of Children's Programs Prerequisite: Completion of ECE ce units (ECE ; ECE 51 and ECE 53) Associate Teacher Child Development Permit and one year teaching experience. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Emphasizes the leadership role of the direct in the development of program and personnel evaluation procedures that reflect the goals of a program. Topics include goal-setting, team-building, assessment systems, recd keeping, and cost-benefit analysis. Meets the requirements f three units in Program Administration f Social Services Licensing and three of the required six units f the Site Supervis level of the Califnia Child Development Permit. May be offered in a Distance-Learning Fmat. ECE 157C Supervising Adults in the Childcare Setting 2 units; 2 hours Lecture Prerequisite: Completion of ECE ce units (ECE ; ECE 51 and ECE 53) Associate Teacher Child Development Permit and one year teaching experience. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Exples methods and principles of suppting and supervising adults in early childhood settings, emphasizing the role of experienced teachers menting new teachers. Required f entry into the Ment Teacher program. Meets the Adult Supervision course requirement f the Califnia Child Development Permit. ECE 158 Wking With Families Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Hybrid Requisite: Completion of concurrent enrollment in ECE 51. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Focuses on building strong partnerships between teachers and families using the family-centered care model. Family-centered care emphasizes: two-way communication and decision making; honing diversity; acknowledging family and teacher expertise; and building netwks of suppt. Studies the benefits of the partnership f children, families, teachers, and programs, and emphasizes the development of the specific competencies f parent/teacher communication. Also appropriate f family childcare providers. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 159L Health Guidelines, First Aid, and CPR in the Child Care Setting 0.5 unit; 1 hour Labaty Cequisite: ECE 59; F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Provides hands-on training f parents, teachers, and caregivers in infant, child, and adult CPR, and first aid f certification by the American Red Cross. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 161A-Z Child Development and Interaction Skills in Early Childhood units; hours Lecture Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131; F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Offers a series of courses on selected aspects of child development with an emphasis on interaction, communication, and guidance skills f those who care f young children. Course content will vary with each offering, as will prerequisites. Topics may include: infancy development, preschool development, communication skills, and family dynamics. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. 11

12 ECE 162A-Z Curriculum Development in Programs f Young Children units; hours Lecture Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: ECE 31 ECE 131; Current experience as a caregiver f children; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Offers a series of courses focusing on selected aspects of child development with an emphasis on specific curriculum topics. Course content will vary with each offering, as will prerequisites. Examples of topics include: music, math, language, early literacy, science, art, and health. Appropriate f teachers and caregivers in childcare programs. May be offered in a Bilingual Spanish/English Fmat. ECE 163 Advanced Curriculum f the Young Child 2-3 units; 2-3 hours Lecture Prerequisite: ECE 31 ECE 131 and ECE 53; ECE 53L. Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Exples theetical and practical considerations f developing integrated and emergent curriculum inspired by Reggio Emilia programs and aligned with early learning content, standards and assessments. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. ECE 168 Advanced Child Care Practicum 2-4 units; 6-12 hours Labaty Prerequisite: ECE 54 ECE 128. Hybrid Requisite: Completion of concurrent enrollment in ECE 158. Recommended Preparation: ECE 34; ECE 135; Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Offers advanced instruction and suppt f interns experienced teachers engaged in supervised field experience at designated child development programs. ECE 230 Basic Skills of Preparing Child Observations and Assessments 0.5 unit; 1 hour Labaty Cequisite: F sections taught in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat: Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate ESL course ENGL 255, as indicated by assessment an ESL prerequisite course. Recommended Preparation: F sections taught in an English Fmat: Eligibility f ENGL 100 and READ 100. Teaches practical approaches f child observation and assessment, developing writing skills necessary f documenting observations, interviews, child studies, family histy papers. May be offered in Spanish in a Bilingual Fmat. 12

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