California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP)
The California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP) is one of the California Subject Matter Projects (CSMP), a statewide professional development network comprised of the nine disciplines required for graduation from high school and university admission. CRLP is housed under Center X within the UCLA's Graduate School of Education and Information Studies (GSE&IS). The CRLP goal is to design programs that identify, develop and provide effective instruction in English Language Arts for all students, with a particular focus on English Learners and developing readers.
The Open Door Series:
Spanish Dual Immersion and the California Common Core Conference
*PLEASE NOTE CONFERENCE HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR APRIL 18, 2015
UCLA Moore Hall 8am - 2pm
"Early Bird" Fee: $45 (Through March 6, 2015)
This conference is envisioned as a space to address bilingualism in our schools and communities. We would like to gather teachers, administrators, and school officials from all over the state to promote interactive discussions and dialogues about the effects, challenges, and consequences of raising and teaching bilingual children. With the implementation of Common Core and Global Competencies, the number of bilingual children and dual-immersion schools has been on a steady incline. The goal of the conference is to have current biliteracy teachers share their knowledge, questions and concerns about implementing the Common Core in two-way Spanish programs. We welcome current classroom teachers to share their knowledge in small breakout sessions.
We will be hosting presenters from the UCLA Lab School and Spanish dual immersion schools that include the Multicultural Center, Willard Elementary, and Earl Edmondson Elementary.
*Please email Gabby Robles at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.