The following SPED courses will be offered for the R1 summer session 2017
June 6, 2017-July 7, 2017
SPED 330 (Mon/Wed, 9:00-1:00), Janelle Lawson
SPED 675 (Tu/Thurs, 9:00-1:00), Rebecca Hawley
SPED 620 (Tu/Thurs, 1:15-5:15) Kristen Stewart
CAD Courses offered for summer 2017
- CAD 210 01 INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED CAD
- CAD 450 01 DIVERSE FAMILIES
- CAD 260 01 CHILD FAMILY & COMMUNITY
- CAD 500GW 01 ACTION RESEARCH CAD - GWAR
The Policy, Advocacy, and Systems concentration in the CAD major is being discontinued. It will no longer be available to CAD majors after Fall 2017.
SPRING 2017 E ED Courses Still Open: For CAD Majors in Early Childhood Concentration
1. E ED 600 Advanced Issues in Child Development and Learning (EC Conc: Area II, Section C)
2. E ED 602 Advanced Curriculum Study in ECE (EC Conc: Area III); Also GE UD-C and SF Studies: SJ
3. EED 610 Classroom Assessment and Evaluation for Young Children (EC Conc: Area IV)
4. EED 613 Integrated Arts Curricula in ECE (EC Conc: Area V, Section B); Also GE UD-C and SF Studies: SJ
5. EED 616 Language and Literacy in Multilingual ECE Settings (EC Conc: Area V, Section B); Also GE UD-C and SF Studies: SJ
Music 601(Music for Children) online course will be offered for Winter session 2016.
This class will cover both Early Child and Elementary musical development.
Please contact Dr. Wendell Hanna (email@example.com) for add codes.
Spring 2017 Graduation Application
We will begin accepting applications starting Monday, January 23,2017
You must submit your completed application to our office by Friday, February 3, 2017 before 3:00pm
EDvance Fall Workshops
October 12th, Early Child Education Masters & MA ECE + Multiple Subject Credential (5:30pm – 6:45pm; Library 242): Are you interested in the Masters in ECE (only) or the Masters in ECE + Multiple Subject Credential? If so, please join us and Dr. Kim, Associate Professor: Elementary Education, for this informational session. Both programs will be discussed in great detail. If you want to know more about the program’s eligibility requirements, program application, career opportunities, costs, financial aid, etc. we encourage you to consider attending this highly anticipated workshop. We recommend that you look over the program application beforehand and come prepared with questions.
October 19th, South Africa Informational Session (5:30pm – 6:45pm; Library 242): Do you want to do something that is life-changing that not only impacts your life, education, and practice, but also impacts the lives of other families and children? Please join us for the CAD International South Africa Informational Session. Every year a select number of students get to travel, work, and receive academic credit by working in a small township outside of Cape Town, South Africa. We will discuss eligibility, costs, preparation, etc. We will also have current and past students who have gone to South Africa share their incredible experiences.
October 26th, Grad School Preparation Workshop (5:30pm - 6:45pm; Library 242: Applying to a graduate program can be extremely stressful as there are many steps to the process. In addition, there are many tough decisions that you will need to consider as these could impact your professional and personal life before and after you begin your graduate program. General information will be provided on the application process, academic eligibility, taking a GRE/CBEST/CSET, asking for letters of recommendation, personal statements, etc. If you have questions about a particular graduate program and/or its application we encourage you to attend our September 28th and October 12th workshops or make an appointment with EDvance Advising (firstname.lastname@example.org).
November 9th, Financial Aid Workshop (5:30pm – 6:45pm; Library 242): Interested in how you can receive financial aid, how to apply for FASFA, the different types of financial aid, EDvance Incentive Programs, scholarships, etc? If so, please join us for an interactive and informative Financial Aid workshop. If you specific questions about your financial aid package please contact EDvance Advising (email@example.com) or the SF State Financial Aid Office (415.338.7000)
November 16, Child Development Permit Workshop (6pm – 7pm tentative; Location: TBD): If you have questions on how to obtain your permit, eligibility, permit upgrades, and permit levels; please join us, Kathleen White, Coordinator of CCSF Professional Development Projects Child Development, and Wendy Yu for this workshop.
Are you interested in traveling to Japan in May 2017?
International Prespectives on Child Development.
Tentative Educational Activities in Kyoto and Tokyo(subject to change)
- Visit public/private schools
- Exchange day with local University
Tentative Travel Activities in Tokyo and Kyoto(subject to change)
- Visit temples
- Visit Museums
- Visit fun neighborhoods
Important Information about the Trip:
Tentative DATES: 10 days leaving around May 27, 2017
FACULTY: Dr. Nadine Agosta and TBD
Just visit the tour website www.efcst.com for more info.
Questions? Email Nadine Agosta firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2016 Graduation Application
We will begin accepting applications starting Tuesday, September 6, 2016
You must submit your completed application to our office by Friday, September 16, 2016 before 3:00pm
5 scholarships available; up to $5,000 per scholarship. Deadline to apply: 10/21/16. We are seeking applicants for the Shereen Paff Special Education Scholarship. This scholarship was endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Paff in memory of their daughter, Shereen. Shereen Paff earned a master’s degree in Early Childhood Education in 1971 from San Francisco State University (SFSU) and spent 25 years working and teaching in the field of Special Education. She specialized in visually impaired children and special education children in elementary schools and dedicated her life to helping children.
Please go to academicworks for more information. https://sfsu.academicworks.com/opportunities/6603
Change of Major applications for Spring 2017 are now being accepted.
The Last day to turn in applications is August 31, 2016 at 4:00pm - CLOSED
Summer Office Hours
Monday thru Friday 10:00am-3:00pm
Closed for Lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm
Application for Spring 2017 Now Available (Bulletin Year 2011-12 and Newer)
The application for Spring 2017 internships is now available and can be downloaded from the internship link (on the CAD internship website). The due date for completed applications is Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016, 4 p.m. Please note, there is now a 4 day window when you may drop off your application at the CAD department office. Those dates are: Monday, August 29, 2016 from 9 a.m. through Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016, 4 p.m. Applications will not be accepted before or after those times/dates. No exception.
For students in School Age concentration, EED 655: Hands on Undergraduate Science Education Experience will be offered Fall 2016 Thurs 11:30am-2:30pm Class #8006
This course will count under the Science category.
For students in Early Childhood and School Age Concentrations, MUS 601 will be offered this summer as an on-line course.
For student in our School Age Concentration, the Math Department will be offering Math 0165 and Math 0565 for Fall 2016.
CAD Volunteers needed for the CAD Recognition Ceremony on May 14, 2016
Help needed with the following tasks:
- staffing sign in tables as graduates/guests arrive
- Serving as monitors/ushers as guests arrive
- Distributing programs to guests
if interested, please email the CAD Department email@example.com
CAD courses offered for Summer 2016
Three COMM Courses Dropped from School Age Concentration - Effective Spring 2016
The following COMM courses will no longer be offered by the COMM Department, so we are dropping them from the CAD major, School Age concentration. These course are in Area I. Language/Reading/Communication Development and are: COMM 353 Speech for the Classroom Teacher, COMM 411 Language for Teachers, and COMM 508 Children's Commumication.
Two courses remain in that section which will continue to be offered: CD 655 Dynamics of Communication Development and COMM 364 Oral Interpretation of Children's Literature.
Fall 2016 Internship Application.
We will begin accepting internship applicications for Fall 2016 starting
Monday, February 1, 2015 thru Friday, February 5, 2015 (4:00pm)
Please check the Internship section for more information.
MUS 601 Music for Children
This online course will be offered for Winter session 2016
The following Winter 2016 courses are available for School Age concentration students: MUS 601 and THA 451. They meet requirements for VII. Arts and you need only one course in that section.
Winter 2016 Session: Courses
MUS 601, Music for Children (3 units)
Prerequisite: Upper division standing or consent of instructor. Musical materials, concepts, and skills appropriate for use in elementary classrooms. Music fundamentals applied through development of basic skills on an instrument: guitar, recorder, or piano.
Class Number: 1024
Days and Times Dates Location Faculty
ARR 12/21/15 - 01/16/16 Online Wendell Hanna
TH A 451, Storytelling and Folk Literature (3 units)
Prerequisite: Upper division standing. Methods and techniques of storytelling using selections from folktales, myths, legends, fables, and special types of poetry. (Plus-minus letter grade only.)
Class Number: 1057
Days and Times Dates Location Faculty
ARR 12/21/15 - 01/16/16 Online Josephine Tomalin
Refund Schedule CEL_WINT
Refund Code Session Full Refund
(less $20 processing fee) No Refund
CEL_WINT Winter Session J1 Class dropped on or before December 21, 2015 Class dropped on December 22, 2015 and beyond
CEL_WINT Winter Session J2 Class dropped on or before January 4, 2016 Class dropped on January 5, 2016 and beyond
Change of Major applications for Fall 2016 are now being accepted.
The Last day to turn in applications is November 30, 2015 at 4:00pm
Interested in Traveling to Cambodia and Vietnam in May 2016? Contact Dr. Nadine Agosta for additional information.
A Reminder About Course Substitutions in the Major
CAD majors must receive prior approval to take a course for the major that is not listed in the Bulletin for their year and concentration. Course substitution approval is not automatic, so be sure to see a CAD faculty advisor for advice. Final approval given by the Department Chair, based upon faculty recommendation. Use the Forms link to download a course substitution form.
Textbook Information For All CAD Majors - Effective Fall 2015
1) The following text will be used in all CAD courses beginning Fall 2015. Students are required to purchase one and refer to it when writing papers.
Text: The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. (2010). 6th Edition. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
2) For students taking CAD 410, the required text is the same text from CAD 210.
Lightfoot, C., Cole M., & Cole, S. (2013). The Development of Children 7th Edition. New York: Worth Publishers.
The Following E ED Courses Still Open for Fall 2015 Enrollment
1) E ED 602.01 Advanced Curriculum Study in ECE (3 units)
M 1:10-3:55 p.m. Burk Hall 173
For EC concentration, meets requirement for III. ECE Curriculum and Methods
2) E ED 607.01 Leadership and Administration in ECE (3 units) CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT
Tu 4:10-6:55 p.m. Burk Hall 151
For EC concentration, meets requirement for V. Special Issues, A. Administration/Leadership & Working with Families
3) E ED 611.01 Advanced Issues in Infant-Toddler Education and Care (3 units)
Tu 1:10-3:55 p.m. Burk Hall 177
For EC concentration, meets requirement for II. Child Development in Context, B. Infant/Toddler Development
4) E ED 615.01 Environmental Education in ECE (3 units) CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT
TH 7:10-9:55 p.m. Burk Hall 177
For EC concentration, meets requirement for V. Special Issues, B. Curriculum Specialties
** The Shereen Paff Special Education Scholarship.**
The CAD department is seeking qualified applicants for the Shereen Paff Special Education Scholarship. This scholarship was endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Paff in memory of their daughter, Shereen. Shereen Paff earned a master’s degree in Early Childhood Education in 1971 from San Francisco State University (SFSU) and spent 25 years working and teaching in the field of Special Education. She specialized in visually impaired children and special education children in elementary schools and dedicated her life to helping children.
Please check https://sfsu.academicworks.com/ for further information.
New Course for School Age Concentration - Effective Fall 2015
E ED 655 Hands On Undergraduate Science Education Experience (fall focus is physical science)
Day/Time: TH 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Units: 3 (Must be taken for a grade)
Instructor: Dr. Isabel Quita
Change of Office Hours--2/5/15
Starting Tuesday, February 10, 2015 Our Office Hours will be Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Closed between 12 - 1 p.m.
CAD Students Help To Build a Playground in Bayview-Hunter's Point
October 4, 2014
Twenty-three students from Dr. Nadine Agosta's CAD 210 and CAD 260 classes joined volunteers from around the Bay Area to build a playground in Bayview-Hunter's Point. Pictures forthcoming!