Alice Nakahata

Blank Photo Department Child Development & Family Studies Department 
 Office Multi-Use Building 247
 Phone (415) 452-7189
 Mailbox MU247
 Spring 2014 
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Spring 2014 Teaching Schedule
CDEV 61 Infant/Toddler Growth & Dev. 3.0
ADVISE: ESL 130 or ENGL 90 or ENGL 91 or Placement in ESL 140 or ENGL 92
33790 601 Lec SAT 09:10-12:00PM MUB A261 Deadlines Final Book

B.S. Physical Therapy, University of California, San Francisco
M.A. Developmental Psychology, San Francisco State University

Professor Nakahata has been teaching at CCSF since 1973.

She works to instill in students a respect for the individuality of young children and the profound effects of human relationships on their development. She encourages instructional strategies that tap into the abilities and interests of students to achieve that goal.

Professor Nakahata was a member of the Academic Senate Executive Council from 1992-1996; a member of the Master Plan Committee from 1992-1997; Program Director of the Foster Care and Independent Living Program from 1993-1997; Program Director of Training Older Adults for Work in Childcare 1991-1993; and a Grants Monitor of the State Preschool Program from 1991-2000.

Professor Nakahata is a member of NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) and presented at their national conferences in 1997 and 2001; she was in the Desired Results Workgroup, California Department of Education Child Development Division from 1997-2000; she is a founding member of Bardtec (Bay Area Network for Diversity Training); she is involved in the Program for Infant and Toddler Caregivers (PITC); and was in the panel of experts of the Infant/Toddler Program Guidelines of the Calfiornia Department of Education in 2006.

Professor Nakahata thrives on discovering the joy of grandparenting young children, walking and weight training, and reading current information on brain development.

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