The California School for the Deaf, Fremont's CORE department (Curriculum, Outreach, Resources, and Education) is proud to present The CORE Learning Channel.

An online learning tool created entirely for California Deaf students of all ages, their families, and teachers, The CORE Learning Channel provides accessible resources and information while our students are learning at home. COVID-19 information, far-flung academic sites in ASL, powerful, visually-accessible sites worth investigating, games, workouts, storytelling, and resources across the curriculum-- they're all here, carefully curated in one easy place for you explore.

Online Learning Tools

VIRTUAL TOUR OF CSD

during Distance Learning

ECE Virtual Tour

22076-03 CSD21 Brochure-03-1.pdf

What is CORE?

The Curriculum Outreach Resources Education (CORE) supports education and related services for all Deaf and Hard of Hearing children in California through the domains of early intervention, parent education, assistance to local education agencies, community education, and assessment services. CORE aligns with CDE’s position statement on access to language for students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

There are five service domains:

  • Early Intervention

  • Assessment

  • Professional Development and Support

  • Local Education Agency and Community Education

  • Parent Education

For more information, contact CORE Supervisor, David Eberwein at DEberwein@csdf-cde.ca.gov


CORE YouTube Channel

CSD Social Media

Instagram

Twitter

Facebook

Websites

California School for the Deaf Fremont

Videos

CSD Interviews Eternal's Star, Lauren Ridloff Fall 2021

Nyle DiMarco & Tim Cook Visit CSD 2018

California School for the Deaf

2016

California School for the Deaf- A place where Deaf children learn, experience, and thrive. 2014


Pragmatic Language Using ASL in ECE

ECE in the News 2012

Learn, Experience & Thrive: Meet Rose, MS at CSD

Meet the DiPaola Family

Calel & His Family Journey Part 1

Calel the Athlete Part 2

Calel & the California School for the Deaf Part 3

Through the Eyes of Deaf Children

Through Your Child's Eyes: American Sign Language

Disclaimer: All resources presented here such as videos, websites, and social media accounts are found on public sites for public use.

Note: This site is updated when new materials come in or are shared with us. We try to monitor the site on a regular basis to be sure no links were broken. If there is something you would like for us to add here or to report broken links, feel free to email katekovacs@csdf-cde.ca.gov.