Professional Learning Calendar

Professional Learning Calendar

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The CCCOE Curriculum and Instruction Department provides professional learning opportunities in a variety of areas. The 2019-2020 academic school year areas of focus were developed with input from our Contra Costa COE Curriculum Council. Our 18 school districts and COE student programs provided valuable feedback regarding professional learning needs.


 

 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

   Computer Science Professional Development Opportunities

Applications are opening soon for our CS Discoveries (grades 6-10) and CS Principles (grades 9-12) Professional Learning Programs for our 21-22 school year. Please follow this link for more information and to apply: https://code.org/apply

Audience: 6-12 computer science teachers

Date/Time: Summer - June 13-17, 2022; Quarterly - TBD

Cost: up to $1000, scholarships available

For more information, please contact Christen Northrop, Mathematics Coordinator, at [email protected]
 
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EL RISE! Professional Learning Offerings 2021-2022 Flyer

CCCOE is partnering with EL RISE! to offer 8 exciting professional learning series this school year. EL RISE! is a collaboration between Californians Together, SEAL (Sobrato Early Academic Language) and Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Equity for English Learners, funded through an Educator Workforce Investment Grant from the California Department of Education to support statewide implementation of the 2017 CA English Learner Roadmap State Board of Education policy. The professional learning offerings look to support educators and districts in making meaning of the EL Roadmap principles, understanding their English learner/dual language learner populations, becoming familiar with research on dual language development, developing local implementation plans, and implementing those plans across multiple roles.

Audience: Varies according to offering; Including but not limited to classroom teachers, coaches, administrators, and site/local teams

Date: 2021-2022

Cost: Free

 

CA Mathematics Framework Feedback Forum Sessions

Engage with educators at all levels in conversations around the revised framework, provide feedback, and explore possible next steps. All opportunities are flexible in attendance so registrants can attend as many or as few as capacity allows.

Audience: All mathematics educators, coaches, administrators

Date/Time: Various dates in April & May 2022 / 3:45 - 5 pm

Cost: FREE

Registration: See FLYER for more details and to sign up!

For more information, please contact Christen Northrop, Mathematics Coordinator, at [email protected] 

 

 

Computer Science Professional Development Opportunities

Applications are opening soon for our CS Discoveries (grades 6-10) and CS Principles (grades 9-12) Professional Learning Programs for our 21-22 school year. Please follow this link for more information and to apply: https://code.org/apply

Audience: 6-12 computer science educators

Date/Time: Summer - June 13-17, 2022; Quarterly - TBD

Cost: Scholarships available

For more information, please contact Christen Northrop, Mathematics Coordinator, at [email protected]
   

Long-Term English Learner Pathway Asynchronous Courses with Beth Skelton  

Learn strategies that support and challenge students who have been classified as ‘Long-Term English Learners’. Discover ways to AMPLIFY, not simplify texts; BUILD LITERACY across the content areas; and CONNECT with students’ linguistic, cultural, and experiential assets and funds of knowledge. Facilitated by Beth Skelton, the Long-Term English Learner Pathway consists of three 5-hour courses:

  • Developing Reading for Long-Term English Learners

  • Developing Writing for Long-Term English Learners

  • Developing Oracy for Long-Term English Learners

Audience: Teachers, Coaches/Specialists, Administrators

Dates: The courses are open to registered participants from 5/13/22 to 8/31/22 to complete at their own pace.

Cost: Free

Registration: see FLYER

For more information, contact: [email protected]
 

2022-23 EL RISE! Professional Learning Offerings 

CCCOE is partnering with EL RISE! once again to offer free, high-quality, virtual professional learning series for the 22-23 school year. EL RISE! is a collaboration between Californians Together, SEAL (Sobrato Early Academic Language) and Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Equity for English Learners, funded through an Educator Workforce Investment Grant from the California Department of Education to support statewide implementation of the English Learner Roadmap policy. The professional learning offerings will support educators and districts in implementing the EL Roadmap principles, understanding their English learner/dual language learner populations, developing effective instructional strategies for integrated and designated ELD, and more, all while valuing and affirming our students’ cultural and linguistic assets.

Audience: See listing of offerings

Save the Date Flyer

Date: Begins in August 2022

Cost: Free
 

Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC) Teacher Workshops

Region IV is proud to offer six virtual opportunities for high school educators to become certified in the ERWC Curriculum. Our Introductory Course series are geared towards high school teachers who have never been certified in ERWC. Our Update Course series are aimed towards high school teachers who have previously been certified in ERWC and need to be certified in the latest version (3.0) of the curriculum. For 2022-23, our courses remain virtual. Registration is open to anyone in the state, with priority given to Region IV.

Flyer and Website

Date: Begins July

Cost: Free
 

2022-23 EL RISE! Professional Learning Offerings 

CCCOE is partnering with EL RISE! once again to offer free, high-quality, virtual professional learning series for the 22-23 school year. EL RISE! is a collaboration between Californians Together, SEAL (Sobrato Early Academic Language) and Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Equity for English Learners, funded through an Educator Workforce Investment Grant from the California Department of Education to support statewide implementation of the English Learner Roadmap policy. The professional learning offerings will support educators and districts in implementing the EL Roadmap principles, understanding their English learner/dual language learner populations, developing effective instructional strategies for integrated and designated ELD, and more, all while valuing and affirming our students’ cultural and linguistic assets.

Audience: See listing of offerings

Save the Date Flyer

Date: Begins in August 2022

Cost: Free
 

Expository Reading and Writing Course (ERWC)-ELD Conference

EWRC prepares literate action in a changing world. Breakout sessions will examine instructional practices that foster rhetorical and linguistic dexterity and diversity.

  • Come hear about the FREE secondary ELA/ELD curriculum with FREE professional learning

  • Includes access to culturally responsive and sustaining curriculum for multilingual learners

  • Access resources featured CDE's Improving Education for Multilingual and English Learner Students

Flyer; Conference Website

Date: June 27, 2022

Location: San Jose Marriott

Cost: Free
   

Supporting Resiliency and SEL for Immigrant and Refugee Students Summer Workshops

Californians Together in collaboration with Loyola Marymount University's Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL) curriculum specialists and mental health practitioners with expertise in trauma-informed practice have created this new set of literature-based, standards-aligned lessons designed for K-2, 3-5, and 6-12 grade-spans to support immigrant and refugee students.

Flyer and Registration

Date: June 29-30, 2022

Cost: Free
 

CAASPP: Using Assessment Data Training Series

This direct virtual training is focused on making sense of CAASPP summative assessment data, in addition to data from a variety of sources, to help inform system change that will improve student learning and support equitable outcomes. The training series will consist of four sessions. The sessions will form a coherent learning sequence; participants can choose to participate in all four sessions or in selected sessions.

Audience: LEA CAASPP Coordinators

Dates: 

Session 1: Tuesday June 21, 2022

Session 2: Thursday June 23, 2022

Session 3: Tuesday June 28, 2022

Session 4: Thursday June 30, 2022

Registration: Coming Soon

Cost: Free

   

CAASPP and ELPAC Post-Test Webinar

ETS on behalf of CDE, will present the Post-Test webinar that includes information about: 

  • How assessments are scored

  • Reports available in the Test Operations System (TOMS)

  • How to access reports

Audience: LEA CAASPP and ELPAC coordinators

Date: June 9, 2022

Registration: Click Here

Cost: FREE


   

2022 Interim and Formative Assessment Training Series

Registration for the summer session is now available on the Interim and Formative Assessment Training registration web page. This engaging training series will provide direct, online training focused on leveraging the interim and formative components of the Smarter Balanced comprehensive system of assessments to inform teaching and learning. 

Dates/Times:

Module 1: Using Formative assessment Process and Tools for Teachers Website to Boost Instruction- July 6 or July 11 1:00-3:30 pm

Module 2: Gauging Student Progress with the Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments and Related Online Systems- July 7 or July 13 1:00-3:30 pm

Module 3: Interim Assessment Hand Scoring-  ELA July 18 or July 25 9:00-12:00 pm and Math July 20 or July 27- 9:00-12:00 pm

Registration: Click here

Audience: Teachers, instructional coaches, and educators on special assignment. CAASPP and ELPAC coordinators and administrators may also find this training series useful to support local educators.

Cost: FREE


   

 

 

 

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