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ELSB1A
This 9-session series is designed for ELSB Grant Site Literacy Teams and LEA Grant Project Leaders. This professional learning series includes training on evidence-based reading instruction and assessment, root cause analysis, literacy needs assessment, and support for developing the literacy action plan. Site Literacy Teams consist of six people: One Teacher per grade level TK/K-3, Literacy Coach, and Principal. Site Literacy Teams and LEA Project Leaders should all register for the same Cohort and attend together. Session specifics can be found at https://padlet.com/beckybruin/ELSBGrant under "Professional Learning Series Overview." More
Starts Starts: 1/26/2021 2:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 9
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Location Location:
Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 86 seats
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ELSB1B
This 9-session series is designed for ELSB Grant Site Literacy Teams and LEA Grant Project Leaders. This professional learning series includes training on evidence-based reading instruction and assessment, root cause analysis, literacy needs assessment, and support for developing the literacy action plan. Site Literacy Teams consist of six people: One Teacher per grade level TK/K-3, Literacy Coach, and Principal. Site Literacy Teams and LEA Project Leaders should all register for the same Cohort and attend together. Session specifics can be found at https://padlet.com/beckybruin/ELSBGrant under "Professional Learning Series Overview." More
Starts Starts: 1/26/2021 2:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 9
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 123 seats
Closed Enrollment
EL RISE! The English Learner Roadmap Administrators Strand
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Administrators are the linchpin of implementation - the leader who articulates urgency, the ears and eyes to assess what needs to be done for English learners, the supporter for teachers and staff engaged in the hard work of changing practices, a cheerleader and critical friend, a reminder to keep the focus on students, and the manager of critical resources needed to support the work. 

This series of five modules (over a two-year period) is designed to support district and site administrators as they take up the challenge of doing all of this to enact the comprehensive English Learner Roadmap.


• Module 1: An orientation to the EL Roadmap, reflection about leading change for English learners, practical tools for

planning


• Modules 2 -5: Each session focuses on one of the four Principles of the EL Roadmap, offering readings, talking points, approaches to initiating and supporting dialogue in a school about the principle, tools for observing and assessing the degree of implementation, ways in which an administrator can support research-based practices, practical resources, and action planning.


• In between Modules, administrators are supported with guidance for inquiries to build understanding of the experiences of

English learners in their schools, tools to observe practices in their school, activities that can be used to support dialogues and implementation at their site.

Each module of the Leadership/Administrator Strand involves participants in specifically examining their role in leading improvement processes and supporting evidence-based practice and results in a plan for inquiry and implementation to pursue before the next module. Each module also provides a volume of The EL Roadmap Administrators Toolkit with tools, readings, resources, and activities. The five modules together provide a solid and comprehensive learning and support structure preparing administrators to lead implementation of research-based, assets-oriented programs and services for English learners.





Please enroll before January 4, 2021 to ensure timely delivery of materials.





Cancellations: Must be made through your Go Sign Me Up account at least 10 days prior to the event. If not please be aware because materials will be ordered you may be charged the full amount.
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Starts Starts: 1/26/2021 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 4
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Status Status: 7 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 80 seats
ELSB2A
This 9-session series is designed for ELSB Grant Site Literacy Teams and LEA Grant Project Leaders. This professional learning series includes training on evidence-based reading instruction and assessment, root cause analysis, literacy needs assessment, and support for developing the literacy action plan. Site Literacy Teams consist of six people: One Teacher per grade level TK/K-3, Literacy Coach, and Principal. Site Literacy Teams and LEA Project Leaders should all register for the same Cohort and attend together. Session specifics can be found at https://padlet.com/beckybruin/ELSBGrant under "Professional Learning Series Overview." More
Starts Starts: 1/27/2021 2:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 9
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 95 seats
Closed Enrollment
ELSB2B
This 9-session series is designed for ELSB Grant Site Literacy Teams and LEA Grant Project Leaders. This professional learning series includes training on evidence-based reading instruction and assessment, root cause analysis, literacy needs assessment, and support for developing the literacy action plan. Site Literacy Teams consist of six people: One Teacher per grade level TK/K-3, Literacy Coach, and Principal. Site Literacy Teams and LEA Project Leaders should all register for the same Cohort and attend together. Session specifics can be found at https://padlet.com/beckybruin/ELSBGrant under "Professional Learning Series Overview." More
Starts Starts: 1/27/2021 2:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 9
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 77 seats
Closed Enrollment
ELSB3A
This 9-session series is designed for ELSB Grant Site Literacy Teams and LEA Grant Project Leaders. This professional learning series includes training on evidence-based reading instruction and assessment, root cause analysis, literacy needs assessment, and support for developing the literacy action plan. Site Literacy Teams consist of six people: One Teacher per grade level TK/K-3, Literacy Coach, and Principal. Site Literacy Teams and LEA Project Leaders should all register for the same Cohort and attend together. Session specifics can be found at https://padlet.com/beckybruin/ELSBGrant under "Professional Learning Series Overview." More
Starts Starts: 1/28/2021 2:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 9
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Location Location:
Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 90 seats
Closed Enrollment
ELSB3B
This 9-session series is designed for ELSB Grant Site Literacy Teams and LEA Grant Project Leaders. This professional learning series includes training on evidence-based reading instruction and assessment, root cause analysis, literacy needs assessment, and support for developing the literacy action plan. Site Literacy Teams consist of six people: One Teacher per grade level TK/K-3, Literacy Coach, and Principal. Site Literacy Teams and LEA Project Leaders should all register for the same Cohort and attend together. Session specifics can be found at https://padlet.com/beckybruin/ELSBGrant under "Professional Learning Series Overview." More
Starts Starts: 1/28/2021 2:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 9
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 77 seats
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EL RISE! The English Learner Roadmap Elementary Teacher Strand
ELELR1
Over two years, participants will engage in five learning modules. Similar to the Leadership/Administrator Strand, the modules of the Teacher Strand are constructed following the four Principles of the English Learner Roadmap - and follow the same basic timeline. The Teacher Strand focuses on classroom practices, on teaching and learning, and specific instructional strategies. Principle #1 will be one module that engages teachers in understanding the typologies and diversity within the English learner population and implications for classroom practices and for creating inclusive and affirming classroom environments, including working with culturally and linguistically diverse families. Principle #2 will be three modules on Integrated and Designated ELD - immersion in the ELD standards, understanding integration of language development and content knowledge, planning responsive Designated ELD, and learning high-leverage instructional strategies that build comprehension, support active engagement, intentionally build language, focus on all four domains of language (oracy, listening/comprehension, reading and writing). Principle #3 and #4 will be shared in Module 5 in the series focusing on formative assessment, collaborative and reflective teacher practice. In year one, the participants will receive Principle #1 and part of Principle #2. In year two, the participants will receive the rest of Principle #2, Principles #3 and #4 of the EL Roadmap. More
Starts Starts: 1/29/2021 2:30 PM
Sessions Sessions: 4
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Status Status: 22 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 75 seats
EL RISE! Integrated and Designated ELD Institute for Secondary Teachers
IntELD218
Integrated and Designated ELD in conjunction with culturally and linguistically sustaining practices are the foundational components of effective and responsive secondary schools for meeting the needs of English Learners. In this institute participants will: • build an understanding of how to integrate support for language development with disciplinary content knowledge • learn how to plan responsive Designated ELD that is linked to academic content • become acquainted with high-leverage instructional strategies • focus on all four domains of language Participants will become acquainted with the guidance provided in key California Department of Education resources, including the English Learner Roadmap, ELD Standards, ELA/ELD Framework, and the newly published "Improving Education for Multilingual and English Learner Students: Research to Practice." Audience: middle and high school teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators. Participants should plan to attend both sessions. Register on or before February 16, 2021 if you would like a hard copy of materials mailed to you. Cancellations must be made through your Go Sign Me Up account prior to March 12, 2021 in order to avoid charges. More
Starts Starts: 3/12/2021 3:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 150 seats
Closed Enrollment
Reopening Schools: Learn to Overcome Disruption and Stress (Reopening with the 3 R's)
RW3Rs

Sacramento County Office of Education, in partnership with Turnaround for Children, is offering a set of free supports designed to help districts understand the science of learning and development and apply strategies and tools that are grounded in this science. The intention is to help districts prepare for in-person instruction in the summer and fall. 

Here is what participants can expect from each session:

April 13th - Introduction to the Science of Learning and Development – Learn how the brain develops, responds to stress and trauma and what that means for teaching and learning.

April 27th - Relationships – Explore the science behind the human relationship—and the power of positive developmental relationships as the “active ingredient” in any learning environment.

May 6th - Routines – Learn practical strategies for building routines so that students can focus on learning despite all the disruptions they have experienced over the past year.

May 20th - Resilience – Explore self-awareness and self-regulation as foundational skills for resilience, and learn how co-regulation helps students strengthen the skills, mindsets, and habits to persevere in the face of challenges. 

Each session will be recorded and will be followed up with a resource and strategy filled PDF that can be shared broadly across schools and districts. 


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Dates Dates: Meeting URL: https://tfcusa.zoom.us/j/96711190173?pwd=azdXZjdqdUJ1ZUVJSHdPeEJDK2R2Zz09&from=addon
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 250 seats
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Trainer-of-Trainer- Support for Immigrant and Refugee Students
ELRI02
Classroom Lessons for Supporting Resilience and Social-Emotional Learning Californians Together in collaboration with Loyola Marymount University's Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL), curriculum specialists, and mental health practitioners with expertise in trauma-informed practice to bring our new set of literature-based, standards-aligned lesson modules designed for K-2, 3-5, and 6-12 grade-spans. Please join us to get the latest updates and receive the resources needed to implement this program in your classrooms.


This is a Trainer of Trainer Workshop(s) and is designed for you to make the commitment to train educators in your community.


This 2-part virtual workshop(s) will include:

Literature-based interactive classroom lesson modules addressing social, emotional and educational needs of immigrant students (K-2, 3-5, 6-12)
Educator toolkit with resources to support social-emotional learning and trauma-informed practices in the classrooms and schools
Trainer Binder, including presentation slides, activity handouts, and other educational resources to support successful implementation.

Participants should plan to attend both sessions.


Audience: District and County Professional Development Staff, teacher leaders, English learner specialists and coordinators, Title I and Title III administrators and specialists, leadership teams from the district, county or school site. 


Please enroll before March 24 and respond to the materials request from in the confirmation email to ensure timely delivery of materials. 


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Starts Starts: 4/14/2021 1:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 60 seats
Closed Enrollment
TK/K Educator Network
TK006
The Transitional Kindergarten/Kindergarten Educator Network will be facilitated by members of SCOE’s team and provide an opportunity to collaborate and share strategies and resources to address the needs of young learners in the current context. The sessions will include topics such as social and emotional learning, engagement, age-appropriate technology resources, and teaching and learning in the content areas. Location: Zoom (link will be sent via email following registration) Cost: No fee Audience: Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Teacher LeadersDate/Time: Sessions will be held monthly from 3:30-4:30. More
Starts Starts: 4/20/2021 3:30 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 28 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 100 seats
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