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National Board Certification Support Info Session

UCLA

A free information session for educators interested in pursuing National Board Certification in 2020-21. Find out if National Board Certification is right for you and if UCLA can help to support you on your journey.

Cognitive CoachingSM Foundations 2020 – Postponed

Los Angeles County Office of Education CA

Eight-day seminar in Cognitive CoachingSM methods. Learn how to build trust by developing physical and verbal rapport, develop teachers' autonomy and sense of community, and apply coaching skills that enhance the intellectual processes of instruction.

Localizing the Narrative: The Inland Empire & US History

West End Educational Service Center Rancho Cucamonga

This three-day workshop for secondary US History Teachers (8th, 11th, and 12th) working in the Inland Empire offers an opportunity to engage in an exploration of the region’s rich local history.

Sites of Encounter: Baghdad & Nishapur, 300-1200

UCLA

This free two-day workshop for 6th and 7th grade World History Teachers will have lectures from scholars to gain more historical knowledge and teachers will work on designing lessons and curriculum to align with the HSS Framework.

National Board Certification Support Info Session

UCLA

A free information session for educators interested in pursuing National Board Certification in 2020-21. Find out if National Board Certification is right for you and if UCLA can help to support you on your journey.

Launching Writers Workshop (Grades PreK-6)

UCLA Community School

Five day workshop for elementary school teachers focusing on strategies that will help your students discover their strengths as effective and inspired writers throughout the curriculum. Workshop Fee: $450

Improving Student Writing Grades 9-12

Los Angeles

One-week workshop about specific strategies that lead to growth in student writers. This workshop is for 9th-12th grade ELA and social science teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators.

Multi-Literate Lives for You and Your Students

UCLA Community School

One-week workshop to enhance your ability to speak, read and write in Spanish by reading and discussing professional articles and literary works, writing your own stories and poems and sharing teaching strategies. All in Spanish.

Youth as Changemakers

Cal State Dominguez Hills

This three-day workshop for US History Teachers (3rd, 4th, 5th, 8th, 11th, 12th Grades) & Ethnic Studies Teachers explores the history of activism by youth in US History.

Adaptive Schools Foundation Training in Solano County

Solano County Office of Education CA

Four-day training to learn how to build strong collaborative and caring work cultures at your site. This foundational professional development is specially designed to support site administrators, teachers, district and agency personnel and staff developers who convene and manage work teams, site councils, shared decision making groups and faculty committees.

5th & 6th Grade Students: Young Writers Workshop

UCLA

Two-week workshop from 9AM-12PM for students entering 5th-6th grades. Welcome, young writers! Join us for an exciting time of writing, reading and collaborating with fellow students. Workshop Fee: $450

7th & 8th Grade Students: Writing in the Middle

UCLA

Two-week workshop from 9am -12pm for students entering 7th-8th grades. Reading, talking, drafting, writing—and more writing! We’ll focus on writing in a variety of genres—personal narratives, writing based on sources, essays with attitude and poetry/spoken word. Workshop Fee: $450

9th-12th Grade Students: College Ready Writers

UCLA

Two-week workshop from 9am-12pm for students entering grades 9-12. Learn how to organize, develop and refine your writing, and how to find your academic voice. Workshop Fee: $450

National Board Certification Support Summer Institute

UCLA

Three-day workshop to build the foundation for your National Board Certification journey. Learn about the process, experience applicable strategies for your classroom, connect with like-minded educators, and plan for successful teaching and learning. Highly recommended for first time candidates.

Events for Students (Gr. 5-12)

Jul 06

5th & 6th Grade Students: Young Writers Workshop

July 6 9:00 am - July 17 12:00 pm
Jul 06

7th & 8th Grade Students: Writing in the Middle

July 6 9:00 am - July 17 12:00 pm
Jul 06

9th-12th Grade Students: College Ready Writers

July 6 9:00 am - July 17 12:00 pm
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