Classes that support English language learners
Get English language support in the program �ESL for Child Development Programs.� A three class sequence of linked child development and ESL classes are offered each year. In the fall quarter, Introduction to Child Development Programs CD 50 is linked to ESL 150A. In the winter quarter, Child Development: The Early Years CD10G is linked to ESL 150B. In the spring quarter, Child, Home, and Community Interrelationships CD12 is linked to ESL 150C. Each ESL class provides language support and skill development to help English language learners succeed in the child development courses. You will receive:
Why take the linked classes?
Contact Mayra Cruz, Child Development Instructor, 408 864.8215, email@example.com.
Child Development Classes in Spanish
Child Development Courses in Chinese Contact Li Wei Sun at 408/864-5329
Working with children with special needs in early education environments
Learn about the Early Intervention /Special Education Certificate Program.
De Anza College's Child Development and Education Division developed the Early Intervention/Special Education Assistant Certificate to train high quality special education paraprofessionals and support inclusion services for children with special needs in early education settings. The certificate of proficiency meets the Department of Developmental Service's Early Intervention Assistant I requirements. It is the equivalent to the Teacher levels of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Matrix.
The Early Intervention/Special Education Assistant Certificate program will prepare you to:
For information and advising contact: Mayra E. Cruz, 408 864-8215, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chair: Mayra Cruz|
Office: CD-3 36