Child Development - Infant/Toddler Care Teacher (Certificate N0864)
The Infant/Toddler certificate provides specialized skills and knowledge for working with infants and toddlers. This certificate exceeds Title 22 requirements for a fully qualified teacher of infants/toddlers by including the specified 3 units related to infant care. With 350 days of experience, the completion of 16 specified G.E. units in Areas A, B, C, and D and 2 adult supervision units; this certificate meets Title 5 education requirements for the Master Teacher Level Permit. This permit authorizes the holder to provide service in the care, development and instruction of children and serve as a coordinator of curriculum and staff development.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|CHLD 1||Child, Family, School and Community||3|
|CHLD 5||Principles and Practices in Child Development Programs 1||3|
|CHLD 11||Child and Adolescent Development 1||3|
|CHLD 50||Teaching in a Diverse Society||3|
|CHLD 72||Teacher, Parent, and Child Relationships||1|
|CHLD 73||Infant and Toddler Development 1||3|
|CHLD 79||Infant and Toddler Care and Education 1||3|
|CHLD 85||Infants At Risk||3|
|CHLD 86||Infant Toddler Practicum Seminar||2|
|CHLD 87||Infant Toddler Practicum Field Work Experience 2||1|
Documentation of tuberculosis (TB) clearance is required.
Students must provide documentation of influenza, pertussis (TDap), and measles immunization, as well as TB clearance, as required by SB792 prior to being permitted to enroll in this class. Instruction on submitting documentation are available at Child Development Center.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, a student will:
- Be grounded in Child Development knowledge (theory) and use their understanding of young children and their needs to create environments that are healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging for each child.
- Understand that successful programs depend upon partnerships with children's families and communities. They use this understanding to create respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families and to involve all families in their children's development and learning.
Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program
Looking for guidance? A counselor can help.This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.
|Fall Term 1||Units|
|CHLD 5||Principles and Practices in Child Development Programs 3||3|
|CHLD 11||Child and Adolescent Development 3||3|
|CHLD 64||Health, Safety, and Nutrition of Children 3||3|
|Spring Term 1|
|CHLD 1||Child, Family, School and Community 3||3|
|CHLD 50||Teaching in a Diverse Society 3||3|
|CHLD 73||Infant and Toddler Development 3||3|
|Fall Term 2|
|CHLD 79||Infant and Toddler Care and Education 3||3|
|CHLD 72||Teacher, Parent, and Child Relationships 3||1|
|Spring Term 2|
|CHLD 85||Infants At Risk 3||3|
|CHLD 86||Infant Toddler Practicum Seminar 2||2|
|CHLD 87||Infant Toddler Practicum Field Work Experience 1||1|
|Certificate: Infant/Toddler Devel. T1318 8|
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