Presentation on theme: "Welcome to the Career Technical Education (CTE) Child Development Advisory Fall 2013 Meeting Willow International Center Mission Statement: Creating Opportunities."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to the Career Technical Education (CTE) Child Development Advisory Fall 2013 Meeting Willow International Center Mission Statement: Creating Opportunities – One Student at a Time: We embrace diversity and serve all students of the community; We believe education is based on integrity, generosity, and accountability; We foster critical, creative, and engaged thinking; We support student success by preparing students for their futures and for the community’s future through career/technical certificates, degrees, and transfer programs; We cultivate community partnerships to enhance student learning and success; We engage in reflective, data-driven cycles of research and innovation focused on learning and student outcomes.
Child Development / Early Childhood Education State-Wide Collaboration Moving Students from Education to Employment
Accountability Reporting for the California Community Colleges Published by CA Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office – March 2012 Student Progress & Achievement in Vocational Program in 2010-11 – Total Awards / Top 25 –Child Development issued the highest number of certificates –Child Development was second in total credits awards –Child Development was forth in AA/AS Degrees
AS-T Early Childhood Education verses AS in Child Development AS-Transfer Degree Early Childhood Education 2013 AS Degree in Child Development 2010-2014 Catalog CHDEV 1 Principle & Practices of Teaching Young Children CHDEV 3 Introduction to Curriculum CHDEV 6 Health Safety and Nutrition CHDEV 15 Diversity Issues in Early Care & Education CHDEV 20 Observation and Assessment CHDEV 30 Child, Family, & Community CHDEV 37A Early Childhood Practicum CHDEV 39 Child Growth & Development +Must meet all additional requirement for the transfer degree *Child Development Courses must be completed with a “C” or better CHDEV 1 Principle & Practices of Teaching Young Children CHDEV 3 Introduction to Curriculum CHDEV 6 Health Safety and Nutrition CHDEV 15 Diversity Issues in Early Care & Education CHDEV 20 Observation and Assessment CHDEV 30 Child, Family, & Community CHDEV 37A Early Childhood Practicum CHDEV 39 Child Growth & Development One of the following: CHDEV 7 Infant/Toddler Development & Care CHDEV8A Programs for School-Age Child Care CHDEV 32 Introduction to Early Intervention CHDEV37B Advanced Early Childhood Practicum + 3 Additional CHDEV units of your choice +Must meet all additional requirement for the Associate Degree *Child Development Courses must be completed with a “C” or better
Course Offerings 14 Fall (1 online) 12 Spring (2 online) 1 Summer
$$ - Resources for Students Child Development Training Consortium –Community College Reimbursement Program This year’s budget is the same as previously –400 units x $25.00 = $10,000.00 Each of the 3 campuses receives $1,000.00 for instructional support Majority of the funds are used to support students –Fall 11 / 23 applications = 134 units Spring 12 / 33 applications = 266 units Total 400 –Fall 12 / 25 applications = 145 units Spring 13 / 27 applications = 229 units Total 374 –Fall 13 / 16 applications = 153 units Priority currently given to CD majors and those working towards a CD Permit / We included CHDEV 19V last year so that we could make the number of units the grant allowed. Do we want to change this? –Child Development Permits –Career Incentive Grants
Ed - Resources for Students CDTC Website www.childdevelopment.org www.childdevelopment.org –Curriculum Alignment Project – CAP 72 (80) Fully Aligned –Information about participating colleges –CAP Aligned Course Chart –CSU Pathways –Training Portal –Find a Professional Growth Advisor
Mentor Support - California Early Childhood Mentor Program Contracted for 18 Mentors – Currently have 13 Mentors Service Areas –Reedley (4) –Sanger (1) –Chowchilla (1) –Madera (3) –Fresno (2) –Clovis (2) *Lost 2 Infant Mentors from Del Ray *Losing Huggins Center Mentor 11/2013 29 Fall Placements Applications Due 2/7/14 Mentor Program Types –Family CC (1) –Head Start (4) –State Preschool (4) –Inclusion State PS (1) –Private (2) –College Campus (1)
Advisory Members Input 1.What resources/support beyond unit bearing courses could we provide to support the ECE field, your organization, and our community? 2.Would you like to see us add or offer any 1 unit topic courses? And in what format? 3. What do you see as our role in supporting centers and agencies with the QRIS?