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.

Info Session – National Board Certification Support

Online

A free information session for educators interested in pursuing National Board Certification in 2024-2025. Find out if National Board Certification is right for you and if UCLA can help to support you on your journey.

(De)Normalizing Literature Conference

Join us for this 2-day professional development conference of learning and celebrating the diversity of our students and educators. The conference will showcase the work of districts that have experienced the (De)Normalizing Literature professional development, sessions by teacher experts, and words of wisdom from experts in literacy and culturally
responsive practices.

CRLP Leadership Invitational

Online

The invitational leadership institute is an opportunity for strong instructional leaders to continue their professional learning while being a member of a Statewide professional learning and development organization. We invite you to join other educators from various districts as we continue to learn and fine-tune our profession.

Math Identity Partnership Summer Workshops

Five one-day workshops for 4th grade - Algebra 1 LAUSD educators. This project focuses on bringing CGI into the upper grades. We have a variety of one day workshops, as well as an opportunity on Friday, June 21st, for all teachers to attend (and possibly present during) a Presentation of the Learning session.

Info Session – National Board Certification Support

Online CA, United States

A free information session for educators interested in pursuing National Board Certification in 2024-25. Find out if National Board Certification is right for you and if UCLA can help to support you on your journey.

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.

Math Teacher Learning Labs (Middle School & High School)

Da Vinci Schools El Segundo, CA, United States

Workshop for middle school and high school math teachers. Participants will engage with problem solving, discussion and collaboration with colleagues. We will join student learning spaces to hear students' current understandings and reflect on in-the-moment instructional decisions as part of a Learning Lab experience.

K-12 LGBTQ+ History Teacher Symposium

ONE Archives 909 West Adams Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Workshop for K-12 Teachers. Pride, Resistance, Joy: Teaching Intersectional LGBTQ+ Stories of California and Beyond is a week-long symposium focused on local examples of LGBTQ+ history highlighting resistance, and the stories of traditionally marginalized groups.

Cognitively Guided Instruction Workshop 1 (K-5)

Da Vinci Schools El Segundo, CA, United States

During this 3-day workshop we will focus on the development of children’s mathematical thinking in grades K-5. We will explore how children’s understandings of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division develop and how students construct concepts of place value.

CGI Lab Add-On (Grades 3-5)

Da Vinci Schools El Segundo, CA, United States

During this 2-Day session for grade 3-5 teachers, the focus will be on the development of children's math thinking and exploring children's understandings of fractions.

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.

Cognitive CoachingSM Foundations

District Office Board Room 14901 South Inglewood Ave., Lawndale, CA, United States

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.