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We are a community of educators working to transform public schooling
to create a more just, equitable, and humane society.
UCLA Center X is dedicated to dramatically changing schooling for the underserved students of Los Angeles.
Center X provides a unique setting where researchers and practitioners collaborate to design and conduct programs that prepare and support K-12 teachers and administrators committed to social justice, instructional excellence, the integration of research and practice, and caring in low-income urban schools.
Center X's work extends across two graduate credential programs
and many professional development initiatives.
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The UCLA Writing Project and UCLA Center X invite you to the 24th annual With Different Eyes Conference. As
always, we focus on access and equity for all students, with English
learners center stage.
Rooted in a social justice stance and aligned with the Common Core
State Standards (CCSS), our conference poses questions and sheds light
on the joys and challenges of teaching and learning in urban classrooms
Sampling of Workshops for Teachers and Administrators K-University
- Critical Media Literacy: Engaging English Learners through Analyzing and Creating Media
- How Speaking and Writing Advance Mathematical Thinking
- Reading and Writing Workshop in the Elementary Classroom
- High-Stakes, Low-Stakes Everyday Writing--Across the Disciplines
Fee: $90 / Early Bird Fee: $75 – due by October 24, 2014
Conference fee includes parking, continental breakfast and lunch.
>> Click here for more information.
Please come to our informal sessions to learn about becoming a teacher in the UCLA Teacher Education Program (TEP).
Please come to our informal sessions to learn about earning a Master of Education degree and Administrative Credential in the UCLA Principal Leadership Institute (PLI). Five years of full-time teaching or personnel service experience is preferred for application to PLI.
When teachers work together using an inquiry process to solve problems of practice, the benefits to students and schools are enormous. In 2009, UCLA Center X launched an ambitious grant program to support collaborative teacher inquiry and has since funded and facilitated 75 Teacher Initiated Inquiry Projects (TIIP) across three cohorts. This issue of the XChange focuses on the research, practice, and policy associated with teacher collaborative inquiry.
>> Click here to read Teacher Collaborative Inquiry, the spring 2014 issue of XChange.