Imagine If…Powering Learning Through Creativity and the Arts

Carnesale Commons

Join us for a free one-day convening inspired by the teachings of Sir Ken Robinson and the promise of Prop. 28. This conference will bring together K-12 teachers, arts educators, principals, district leaders, and museum and community arts partners to learn together, make connections, and co-construct actionable ways to enact the promise of Prop. 28.

Component 1 Support – National Board Certification

Online

One-day workshop. Collaborate with other teachers to explore the possibilities offered for preparation for the assessment. Engage in practice sessions, pool your collective resources, and consider test-taking strategies and advice from other candidates.

Reading & Writing for Justice: Literacy Series 2024

Online

This series will focus on the best practices for embedding literacy in your history and ethnic studies classrooms. You will learn how to support English Learners and Students with Disabilities in developing important literacy skills, as outlined in the California Common Core and ELD Standards, through a focus on culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogy and its connection to reading, writing, speaking, and listening.

Practical Conversations and Considerations for AI in Classrooms

UCLA

Are you curious about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its role in education? Join us for an immersive four-day workshop designed to equip educators with the knowledge and skills to gain confidence in navigating this ever-evolving landscape.

CSPDWeek – Computer Science Professional Development Week

Join us for one week of free Computer Science professional development with a stipend in Anaheim, for Grades 6-12 educators and paraprofessionals. All California educators CAN teach computer science. All students SHOULD learn computer science.