A five-month online academy designed to explore personal and social identities, equity, trust, conflict, and trauma sensitivity, as related to individual and systems work. Learning and networking will be generative as participants develop their leadership and coaching skills, tools, and resources.
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. Please complete the application by November 1, 2021
Eastside Stories is a free series of workshops on the unique local history of the Inland Empire, featuring a talk from a historian and a model lesson by our teacher leaders. Open to all interested K-12 and Ethnic Studies teachers who emphasize local and U.S. history in their classrooms. All participants will receive stipends for creating lessons and books on some of the topics we explore.
Deconstruct the requirements for Component 2, explore ways to learn about students, plan for data collection and selection, and consider the best ways to communicate your learning around differentiating for student success. This is a cohort model and participants work together through the process of successful completion of Component 2. Fee: $310
Webcast for potential students with Dr. Emma Hipolito, Director of the Teacher Education Program.
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.