Long Beach City College Child Development Department

Long Beach City College Child Development Department


Hello all! Please take the time to check out this informative webinar that may impact your future (in a good way!)
You can register via my colleagues:
[email protected]
Happy Friday ! my name is Marnnie I am one of the Child Care Careers Regional Recruiters we are currently hiring any Child Development students or anyone with 0 or more units in ECE and that want to have flexibility on their schedules

Benefits of working with CCC
Weekly Pay
Flexible Hours
Tuition Reimbursement of Early Childhood Education

Ill be conducting zoom interviews or In person Interviews please email your resume at [email protected] feel free to ask questions at my work number (213) 2041824
La Vista High School Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting program (TAPP) is looking for an infant-toddler teacher to work at their Children’s Center.

- Desired: Child Development Permit issued by the California Commission of Teacher Credentialing (Or qualify to apply 12ECE)
-Other requirements found on EdJoin post

Apply online at EdJoin
Hello LBCC Child Development Club,
The family I work for is looking to added a nanny to the team. Great job for a working student. Take a look at the add and if you are interested please reach out to me.
Pay $16-23 and between 20-35 hours a week.
We are looking to add a wonderful nanny to our team. Currently we have one full time nanny and are looking for a second nanny to work between 4-5 days. Luckily schedule can be somewhat flexible, but Saturday mornings would be ideal. We have 3 children. Our oldest has cerebral palsy and is 3.5 years old, as well as an almost 2 year and newborn. Nanny will only be expected to care for one child’s needs at a time. This position will be mostly care for the almost 2-year-old but ideally, we would love someone who takes interest in feeding our oldest as well. An average day would be taking the 2-year-old to the park, making her lunch, and keeping her active throughout her day. We are looking to have someone who is willing to jump in where they are needed to help with light household tasks pertaining to the children. Willing to be flexible for the right person. Interest working with children who have special needs a plus.
Hello! I am writing my dissertation and need to interview Head Start and state preschool lead teachers in California. If you would be so kind as to participate in an interview with me, it would really help me achieve my goal. Thanks so much!
LBCC’s Asian Pacific Islander Desi Heritage Month Keynote Speaker event on Thurs., May 14 has been postpone due to changes in Congresswoman Chu’s schedule.

A new date and time will be announced as soon as possible.
A friendly reminder that the Consortium Stipend Applications for Spring are due by March 8 to Julie Frumkin's office at LAC, T-2326. If you're working with young children in a group setting AND taking classes, please apply! Email Julie with questions [email protected]
Hello everyone. There is now a page for the Masters program in Child Development! If you are thinking about applying for the graduate program, are in the graduate program, or if you are an alumni from the graduate program please follow our page for important information and events!
As a veteran special ed teacher , a parent of a now adult with severe disabilities , and a mentor teacher ...I have found that understanding and communicating with parents is a daily occurrence and a recurring topic of frustration for new teachers......this is a topic not addressed enough in teacher training ..I wrote a book on how to understand and better communicate with parents which is helping many new teachers of students with severe disabilities ...I hope this book will help train new teachers to better succeed in their classrooms
Chapter one Introduction – Why Read this book?
Chapter two – Understanding parents
Chapter three – The Two Most Important things to teach
Chapter four - The Individual Education Plan (IEP) and parent conferences
Chapter five- Medical Issues and the classroom
Chapter six- Appreciation
Chapter seven-Letting Go – transitions
Chapter eight - The future of Special Education
Conservatorship and guardianship
Parent support groups
Sample notes home
"...but to support them in becoming their gloriious selves.." YES!
Community Care Licensing (CCL) News
The Mandated Reporter Training for child care providers has been updated as of September 2017 to include the requirements of Assembly Bill 1207 (AB 1207). Beginning January 1, 2018, all people working with children in a licensed center or a family child care home are required to complete this new training. Please note that a version of the training was available prior to September that does not satisfy AB 1207. If you have taken the training and you are unsure if you are in compliance with AB 1207, please contact your Child Care Licensing Analyst to confirm compliance. The Mandated Reporter Training for child care providers is available on the Mandated Reporting website. You can also access the training from the California Department of Social Services website.
The 2017 Parent Leadership Academy (PLAy) is now open for enrollment!!! PLAy is a 6-week FREE academy for parents of children ages 0-5 who want to learn how:
• how to plan community events
• how to advocate for their children, family and community
Starting October 6th on Friday nights...
Location: YMCA, 2179 Pacific Ave., 90806
Dinner: 5:30-6pm
Class: 6-7:45pm
• Childcare Provided
• Translation Available
• Incentives for Participation
• Certificate of Completion
Must register by Sept. 29th! Space is very limited!!! if you have any questions or would like to register, please email: [email protected].

Offers courses, academic certificates, and degrees, and workshops and events in
Child Development

Operating as usual

Mindfulness Practices for Families 08/26/2023

Mindfulness Practices for Families When parents and children are feeling big emotions, it’s good to find some calm. Simple mindfulness practices for families can help.


It was a beach day in Maine, but 225 people went to a library in Brunswick for a children’s book event. Sarah McCloskey, the real-life inspiration for “Blueberries for Sal” (1948) was reading handful of classics by her father, Robert McCloskey. https://nyti.ms/3sAz5Sc

Photos from LBCC Future Teachers Club's post 08/26/2023

Do you want to teach the elementary grades?


So Amazing Picture 😘😍❤️


Raising Humans Kind ❤


Attachment Nerd. ❤



Photos from Conscious Discipline®'s post 08/26/2023
Timeline photos 08/26/2023

Hear! Hear!


Dan Gartrell on Preschool Democracy

September 27, 2023
11:00 am-12:30 pm

You don’t often hear the word “democratic” when thinking about young children in preschool. But in fact, everything you do (or do not do) in your early learning program can impact children’s ability to become dynamic problem solvers who engage with others well and otherwise participate in democratic society. As you guide children (in a safe and democratic classroom environment) to build relationships, regulate their emotions, tolerate differences, and understand fairness, you are helping them build Democratic Life Skills (DLS). This webinar will include a lot of information about how to help children get along and help teachers guide their behavior because this not only solves problems in the classroom but also helps children become good citizens of a civil society.


Student Free Parking Information:

Parking is free between August 20, 2023 and September 09, 2023:

- In student stalls of Lot M (Veterans Stadium) at Liberal Arts Campus (LAC)

- In student stalls of the Parking Structure at Pacific Coast Campus (PCC)

Student Parking Permits are REQUIRED in all other LAC and PCC lots, at the beginning of Spring semester.

Permits will be REQUIRED in ALL Parking Lots beginning September 11, 2023.


Love this!!!


Let Grow


MummyCon ❤




There's no "easy button" in parenting, but there are definitely habits and strategies that benefit everyone involved.

One of the easiest way to support your child's development is to make time for outdoor play. It doesn't require things or plans or schedules, just appropriate clothing and the freedom to connect with nature.

Get outside and have fun!



Raising Readers


❤️❤️Fun class this morning talking child development theory and application ❤️❤️


"Children should pet a rabbit, put a piece of lemon in their mouths, skin their knees, look at art, listen to live music, smell herbs and spices, get squeezed in a bear hug, hang upside down...
and have any other kind of sensory experience they can (metaphorically) get their hands on."
—Jarrod Green

Whether you have a toddler, preschooler, or kindergartener, let's give them lots of time to play and explore all the wonderful, sensory-rich experiences the world has to offer. 💛

Credit and Thanks - How Wee Learn


Drop everything… the laundry, the dishes. It can wait.
Time flies so fast. With a blink of an eye, our children are grown ups. Spend time with them. Some things can wait but not our children.


Some great questions for students who may be struggling.


It’s back to school time! Which means your toddler is going from spending allll day with you, eating allll the popsicles, watching Frozen marathons, to now being dropped off with someone else. Whether it’s their first time at school/daycare or not, there might be some big feelings! 😳

And we can definitely expect some separation anxiety. This can look like crying when you leave, begging you to stay, refusing to go back the next day.

It’s SO HARD on a parent's heart, but know this: separation anxiety is perfectly normal at this age. And? We CAN separate in a way that helps our kids grow/do new things while showing them we love them/are not abandoning them.

The key to helping them work through separation anxiety in a healthy way that leaves them feeling safe and secure is to:
⭐Practice drop off at home with toys
⭐Follow through on your promises, so that they can trust you when you say you'll be back
⭐Create a "goodbye ritual” to ease transitions

When the day arrives:
"Today, after nap time at school, mama (or whoever) will pick you up."
Tell them exactly what they can expect, so they can mentally prepare.

"You’re feeling sad about mama leaving. It's ok to have those feelings. I always come back."
Allow those upset feelings, tell them they're safe. Avoid diminishing with, "You're fine! There's nothing to cry about!"

"It's time for school. I love you so much! Mommy will pick you up after nap time."
Keep it brief, calm, confident. Lingering causes confusion & doubt that something IS wrong. Whoever is staying with them will comfort them and see those upset feelings.

"You did it! You felt scared this morning, & you were safe at school today & I came back. You are so brave." Tell them the story of how they felt scared before you left, how brave they were, and how they made it through! This becomes their concrete proof that they can make it through the scary separation feelings.

✨Struggling with separation anxiety, power struggles and disciplining in a way that both works & protects your child’s self esteem? Our course, Winning the Toddler Stage, is here to help! For people with kids ages 1-6. Link in bio✨

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