Writing Workshops for Teachers

Writing Project Summer Invitational Institute


Become a Writing Project Fellow in our free four-week summer writing workshop for K-University teachers and administrators. The application deadline is March 27, 2023.

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.

Neuroeducation: Science of Belonging and Engagement


Unravel the profound impact of belonging on learning and engagement, elevate academic performance through brain synchrony techniques, and empower yourself to create inclusive spaces for students from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Summer Institute – National Board Certification Support


Four-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.

The Meaning of Race: Conversations about Evolution, Biology, and Culture

TBD Los Angeles, CA, United States

Join the UCLA Science Project, Faculty and Researchers for a workshop that investigates the relationships between evolution, human genetic diversity and race. Participants will leave with tools and lesson plans to deepen understanding of these concepts and the complexities of students’ lived experiences situated within a social justice context.

Component 4 Support – National Board Certification


4-day workshop. Plan for ways to gather information about students and use assessments to positively impact student learning. Collaborate around supporting colleagues, families, and the community to advance student growth. This is a cohort model of educators working together towards the successful completion of Component 4.

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