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Child Development and Education

Diane Advising

 

Department Advising

Our faculty offers department advising to department students seeking to complete our programs.  Advising includes familiarizing students with campus and community services that enhance a student's educational experience at De Anza. 

Advising includes, but is not limited to,

  • Child Development Permit
  • Child Development certificate programs and degree requirements
  • Course sequence
  • Foreign transcript review information
  • Early Childhood Education Transfer Degree
  • Resources to be successful as a student
Declare a major, take the placement tests, attend a campus student orientation, and
visit a Counselor to complete your Education Plan. 
Visit Counseling webpage for information. 

  To access the list of department faculty visit instructor.

Spring 2017

Faculty Email Day Time Location
Li Wei Sun sunli@deanza.edu  Wednesday  1:20-3:20pm CD2-21d
Nellie Vargas vargasnellie@fhda.edu  Thursday  10:30-11:30am CD2-21e
Mayra Cruz cruzmayra@fhda.edu contact via email for an appointment   CD2-21c
Fred Ferrer frederickferrer@deanza.edu

 Monday

10:30am-12:30pm

CD2-21a

 

Fatemeh Zarghami zarghamifatemeh@deanza.edu  Tuesday  10:30am-12:30pm  CD2-21a
Fahimeh Faridnia faridniafahimeh@deanza.edu

Tuesday

Saturday by appointment

12:30-2:30pm CD2-21a
Jila Malek maleksalehijila@fhda.edu Wednesday 4:15-6:15pm CD2-21a
Zana Wilkie wilkiezana@fhda.edu Thursday 10:30am-12:30pm CD1-10
Sofia Varela varelasofia@deanza.edu Friday 5:30-7:30pm CD2-21a
Natalie Seer seer.natalie@gmail.com by appointment   CD2-21a

Child Development Training consortium CDTCPromotes high quality early education to California's children and families by providing financial and technical assistance to child development students and professionals.At De Anza, the consortium funds are used to provide book vouchers.  For information contact Dr. Li Wei Sun  sunliwei@deanza.edu

http://www.childdevelopment.org/cs/cdtc/print/htdocs/services_permit.htm

The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) offers six levels of the Child Development Permit, each with its own set of issuance requirements and each authorizing the holder to perform different levels of service in child development programs.

Students interested in applying for a child Development Permit can download the permit application at the Child Development Training Consortium website to access the permit application.

Foreign Transcript Review Need an evaluation of a degree achieved outside of the United States? Take a look at these CCTC approved agencies.

 


Chair: Dr. Li Wei Sun
Office: CD2-21d
Phone: 408.864.5329

 

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Last Updated: 6/6/17