CA Dyslexia Guidelines Event
August 14 2018
|Please join CDE and OCDE in a continued effort to provide supports through the CA Dyslexia Guidelines.|
Join us for a short guidelines overview, keynote speaker Dr. Richard Wagner, Co-Founder and Associate Director at the Florida Center for Reading Research, and hear local districts share their applications through MTSS and Continuous Improvement. We encourage site teams to register!
Begins September 7, 2018
|Give yourself the gift of tools that will help you become a better listener and communicator through the Cognitive Coaching training. Throughout the four days, you will learn how to ask meditational questions that will push another person's thinking instead of coming up with all the answers and solutions yourself. You will also spend some time practicing both planning and reflecting conversations that will help you become more effective in your work setting.|
|This six-part series, will provide tools for site administrators and other educational leaders who support|
the instruction of English learners to implement, support, and assess a comprehensive ELD program that includes integrated ELD (iELD) and designated ELD (dELD) instruction.
Literacy Coaching Network
Using the Instructional
Practice Guide (IPG)
Begins September 21, 2018
|The Literacy Coaching Network will utilize three Core Actions from the IPG that support the ELA shifts through effective instruction for optimum student learning. Participants will learn how to use this guide to gain evidence from planning and classroom instruction to support effective coaching. District teams are encouraged to attend this K-12 opportunity.|
|K-12 Digital Tools Training|
October 17, 2018
Bring a device and learn how to use FREE K-12 Digital Tools with teachingbooks.net and Britannica Digital Learning. This event is perfect for public and school librarians, media technicians, TOSA’s, teachers, and site leaders to learn how to leverage these library databases to unlock massive online resources all aligned with CA curriculum. These online databases can be used at no cost to local schools, districts, and students courtesy of the California State Library Association. Online Registration is required.
|2018-19 Literacy Book Study|
Begins October 30, 2018
|Join us in a collaborative conversation about maximizing the skill, will, and thrill of student-centered learning. Participants will receive a copy of Developing Assessment-Capable Visible Learners from Nancy Frey, Doug Fisher, and John Hattie. Site teams are strongly encouraged to attend this K-12 opportunity. |