Igniting Innovation: Design-Based Learning Info Session


Join other TK-16 Administrators and educational leaders for a presentation of the Design-Based Learning (DBL) methodology and hear educators describe their DBL classroom practices and the data behind the impact.

Computer Science Summer Workshops for Educators – Apply by May 10th

Virtual and In-person

These free workshops in June and July will prepare you to teach and integrate computer science concepts in your class next year, with elementary and secondary workshop options. There are virtual workshops or in-person workshops offered throughout California.

Themes in World History: Democracy & Power


In this three-day free workshop we will explore themes of democracy and power through three fascinating historical case studies: The Mexican Revolution, the August Revolution in Vietnam, and the Arab Spring, while learning from esteemed historians and receiving classroom and pedagogy support.

Info Session – National Board Certification Support


A free information session for educators interested in pursuing National Board Certification in 2023-2024. Find out if National Board Certification is right for you and if UCLA can help to support you on your journey.

Geometry Across the Grades (Grades 4 – Algebra 1)

El Monte City School District

Workshop for 4th grade -Algebra 1 teachers. Participants will build connections between 4th grade -Algebra 1 geometry concepts, make connections to algebra concepts and more.

National Board Certification Support BIPOC Cohort – Apply by Aug. 25th


The California Teachers Association (CTA), the National Education Association (NEA), the UCLA National Board Project, and the National Board Resource Center at Stanford (NBRC) are partnering to launch a second fully-funded cohort of  Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) teachers committed to earning National Board Certification and serving as teacher-leaders in their communities.