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Christine Carducci



Christine Carducci

Adjunct Faculty (POC)

Academic Affairs
Pacific Oaks College

Christine Carducci, EdD., is Adjunct Professor in Human Development at Pacific Oaks College and has lived a kaleidoscope of professional opportunities for 30 years. She provides direct services in the education and care of infants, children, families and communities. She has expertise in inclusive practices with children with special needs and teaching adult learners in person and virtually. Chris earned an A.A. in ECE (San Bernardino), B.A. in Child development / Psychology (Chico State) , M.A. in ECE Special Education/Infant intervention (San Francisco State), and EdD. in Education Leadership (Mills College). International study tours to Reggio Emilia (Italy) and Aotearoa/New Zealand inspire Chris in her work. She is a board member for Supporting the Advancement of Learning Stories in America (SALSA) and advocates for strength-based formative assessment that promotes learning and identity formation. Chris believes growth happens through life long teaching and learning experiences, thoughtful observation, curiosity, intentionality and openness to multiple perspectives. It is all about relationships.

Education History
Degree Institution Year
BA, Child Development CA State Uni. Chico, Chico, CA 1992
MA, Special Education - Infant Intervention CA State Uni. San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 2000
EdD, Education Leadership Mills College, Oakland, CA 2016
Professional Memberships
Role Organization
Executive Board Secretary SALSA Supporting the Advancement of Learning Stories in America
Member NAEYC National Association Education Young Children
Member NAREA North America Reggio Emilia Alliance
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