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Spring 2024 LCRSET Professional Learning Series-Tuesdays

Spring 2024 LCRSET Professional Learning Series-Tuesdays

 

Between January and May 2024, the LCRSET Team will facilitate an 8-part professional learning series covering the following topics:

  • Science of Reading - 3 Sessions
  • Conditions for Learning 
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Needs Assessment
  • Literacy Plan Development - 2 sessions

 

Register your LCRS Site Literacy Teams* (Grant Lead, Site Administrators, Literacy Coach, Reading Specialist, Grade Level Lead Teachers)

*Each person needs to register separately.

Tuesdays 3:30pm - 5:00pm

·       January 23, 2024

·       February 13, 2024

·       February 27, 2024

·       March 19, 2024

·       April 16, 2024

·       April 30,2024

·       May 21, 2024

·       TBD with Regional Hub

 

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Starts: 1/23/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 1016 open seats left
Class Size: 1500 seats

Spring 2024 LCRSET Professional Learning Series-Wednesdays

Spring 2024 LCRSET Professional Learning Series-Wednesdays

 

Between January and May 2024, the LCRSET Team will facilitate an 8-part professional learning series covering the following topics:

  • Science of Reading - 3 Sessions
  • Conditions for Learning 
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Needs Assessment
  • Literacy Plan Development - 2 sessions

 

Register your LCRS Site Literacy Teams* (Grant Lead, Site Administrators, Literacy Coach, Reading Specialist, Grade Level Lead Teachers)

*Each person needs to register separately.

Wednesdays 3:30pm - 5:00pm

·       January 24, 2024

·       February 14, 2024

·       February 28, 2024

·       March 20, 2024

·       April 17, 2024

·       May 1 ,2024

·       May 22, 2024

·       TBD with Regional Hub

 

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Starts: 1/24/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 802 open seats left
Class Size: 1500 seats

Spring 2024 LCRSET Professional Learning Series-Thursdays

Spring 2024 LCRSET Professional Learning Series-Thursdays

 

Between January and May 2024, the LCRSET Team will facilitate an 8-part professional learning series covering the following topics:

  • Science of Reading - 3 Sessions
  • Conditions for Learning 
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Needs Assessment
  • Literacy Plan Development - 2 sessions

 

Register your LCRS Site Literacy Teams* (Grant Lead, Site Administrators, Literacy Coach, Reading Specialist, Grade Level Lead Teachers)

*Each person needs to register separately.

Thursdays 3:30pm - 5:00pm

·       January 25, 2024

·       February 15, 2024

·       February 29, 2024

·       March 21, 2024

·       April 18, 2024

·       May 2, 2024

·       May 23, 2024

·       TBD with Regional Hub

 

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Starts: 1/25/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 675 open seats left
Class Size: 1500 seats

State and Federal Programs Network

The SCOE State and Federal Programs Network meets monthly following the CDE State and Federal Directors meeting. District and charter school administrators are invited to join these meetings. Topics will be curated to include timely information with relevance for local context.

This is a virtual meeting, conducted via Zoom.  The Zoom link will be shared via personalized email and calendar invite (sent by program staff) prior to date of meeting.

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Starts: 6/26/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 28 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

LCRSET Fall 2024 Technical Assistance Session

Join us at the LCRSET Fall 2024 Technical Assistance Session!


Topics include:  

  • Reviewing Spring Professional Learning Series
  • Year 2 Professional Learning plan and registration information
  • Incentive Plan 
  • August Coach Convening 
  • Annual Reporting Requirements

Target Audience: LCRS Grant Leads, LEA/Site Administrators, Literacy Coaches, Reading Specialists, and Lead Teachers.


Date and Time: August 8, 2024, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

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Starts: 8/8/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 961 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

LCRSET Fall 2024 Technical Assistance Session

Join us at the LCRSET Fall 2024 Technical Assistance Session!


Topics include:  

  • Reviewing Spring Professional Learning Series
  • Year 2 Professional Learning plan and registration information
  • Incentive Plan 
  • August Coach Convening 
  • Annual Reporting Requirements

Target Audience: LCRS Grant Leads, LEA/Site Administrators, Literacy Coaches, Reading Specialists, and Lead Teachers. 


Date and Time: August 14, 2024, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

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Starts: 8/14/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 985 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

OL&LA Sessions-Registration by Invitation Only

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING IN STRUCTURED LITERACY TAILORED FOR LANGUAGE-DIVERSE CLASSROOMS

OL&LA (Online Language & Literacy Academy) personalizes professional learning for literacy by integrating evidence-based reading instruction, second-language acquisition research, and CORE’s nationally acclaimed Teaching Reading Sourcebook. This Structured Literacy course is specifically tailored for educators in language-diverse classrooms that include Multilingual Learners, English variety speakers, and students with dyslexia.

Be sure to check all four sessions when registering.

August 28, 2024, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm-In person, SCOE Board Room, 10474 Mather Boulevard, Mather, CA

September 25, 2024, 3:30 pm-4:30 pm-Virtual

November 6, 2024, 3:30 pm-4:30 pm-Virtual

December 18, 2024, 3:30 pm-4:30 pm-Virtual

What to expect from the course:

  • 9 asynchronous, self-paced modules, learning materials to be picked up at SCOE

  • 4-5 hours per module (9 modules) totaling approximately 45 hours

  • One in-person kick-off session

  • Three 1-hour face-to-face Zoom meetings following Module 3, 6, and 9

What we can expect from participants:

  • $25 cost

  • A commitment to fully participate and complete the course in the time allotted

  • Attend all live sessions

 

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Starts: 8/28/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $25
Location:


Status: 0 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

LCRSET Virtual Coach Convening

Join us for an exciting kick-off event! 

Literacy Coaches and Reading Specialists from LCRS Sites across the state will come together virtually to learn from guest speakers who are nationally renown literacy and coaching experts.

In addition, we will review Literacy Plans, gather input, and get ready for the first few months on the job. 

Participants will also receive books written by our guest speakers. You won’t want to miss this opportunity!

This is designed for LCRS Literacy Coaches, Reading Specialists, Lead Teachers, and/or Designee.

Session Date

Thursday, August 29, 2024

 

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Starts: 8/29/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 764 open seats left
Class Size: 990 seats

LCRSET CRLP Literacy Leadership Training Series-Tuesday Mornings


This four-part professional development series is focused on the literacy leadership fundamentals for supporting the coaching and teaching of reading. The sessions are grounded in the California Reading and Literature Project's Signature Course Results: Word Recognition and Fluency. By the end of the series, administrators will gain practical strategies and tools for leaders to foster conditions for success and drive continuous improvement in reading and literacy outcomes at their school sites. This knowledge will empower participants to better support their literacy teams in achieving the goals outlined in the LCRSET Literacy Plan.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/Site Administrators and Grant Leads.

Session Dates

Tuesday, September 10, 2024

Tuesday, November 5, 2024

Tuesday, January 14, 2025

Tuesday, March 4, 2025

 

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Starts: 9/10/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 929 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

LCRSET CRLP Literacy Leadership Training Series-Tuesday Afternoons

This four-part professional development series is focused on the literacy leadership fundamentals for supporting the coaching and teaching of reading. The sessions are grounded in the California Reading and Literature Project's Signature Course Results: Word Recognition and Fluency. By the end of the series, administrators will gain practical strategies and tools for leaders to foster conditions for success and drive continuous improvement in reading and literacy outcomes at their school sites. This knowledge will empower participants to better support their literacy teams in achieving the goals outlined in the LCRSET Literacy Plan.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/Site Administrators and Grant Leads.

Session Dates

Tuesday, September 10, 2024

Tuesday, November 5, 2024

Tuesday, January 14, 2025

Tuesday, March 4, 2025

 

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Starts: 9/10/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 944 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

LCRSET CRLP Literacy Leadership Training Series-Wednesday Mornings

This four-part professional development series is focused on the literacy leadership fundamentals for supporting the coaching and teaching of reading. The sessions are grounded in the California Reading and Literature Project's Signature Course Results: Word Recognition and Fluency. By the end of the series, administrators will gain practical strategies and tools for leaders to foster conditions for success and drive continuous improvement in reading and literacy outcomes at their school sites. This knowledge will empower participants to better support their literacy teams in achieving the goals outlined in the LCRSET Literacy Plan.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/Site Administrators and Grant Leads.

Session Dates

Wednesday, September 11, 2024

Wednesday, November 6, 2024

Wednesday, January 15, 2025

Wednesday, March 5, 2025

 

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Starts: 9/11/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 936 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

LCRSET CRLP Literacy Leadership Training Series-Wednesday Afternoons

This four-part professional development series is focused on the literacy leadership fundamentals for supporting the coaching and teaching of reading. The sessions are grounded in the California Reading and Literature Project's Signature Course Results: Word Recognition and Fluency. By the end of the series, administrators will gain practical strategies and tools for leaders to foster conditions for success and drive continuous improvement in reading and literacy outcomes at their school sites. This knowledge will empower participants to better support their literacy teams in achieving the goals outlined in the LCRSET Literacy Plan.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/Site Administrators and Grant Leads.

Session Dates

Wednesday, September 11, 2024

Wednesday, November 6, 2024

Wednesday, January 15, 2025

Wednesday, March 5, 2025

 

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Starts: 9/11/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 985 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

LCRSET CRLP Literacy Coach Expert Training Series-Tuesdays

The CA Reading and Literature Project’s Signature Course Results: Word Recognition and Fluency is designed specifically for LCRSET Coaches and Reading Specialists. Over four sessions we will dive into the CCSS for Foundational Skills (print concepts, phonological awareness, phonics, sight words, and fluency) through 11 modules that explore the Science of Reading, instruction, intervention, spelling, differentiation, and coaching.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/SiteCoaches, LEA/Site Reading Specialists, Lead Teachers, and/or Designees.

Session Dates

September 24, 2024

November 12, 2024

January 28, 2025

March 18, 2025

 

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Starts: 9/24/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 950 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

LCRSET CRLP Literacy Coach Expert Training Series-Wednesdays

The CA Reading and Literature Project’s Signature Course Results: Word Recognition and Fluency is designed specifically for LCRSET Coaches and Reading Specialists. Over four sessions we will dive into the CCSS for Foundational Skills (print concepts, phonological awareness, phonics, sight words, and fluency) through 11 modules that explore the Science of Reading, instruction, intervention, spelling, differentiation, and coaching.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/SiteCoaches, LEA/Site Reading Specialists, Lead Teachers, and/or Designees.

Session Dates

September 25, 2024

November 13, 2024

January 29, 2025

March 19, 2025

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Starts: 9/25/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 882 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

LCRSET CRLP Literacy Coach Expert Training Series-Thursdays

The CA Reading and Literature Project’s Signature Course Results: Word Recognition and Fluency is designed specifically for LCRSET Coaches and Reading Specialists. Over four sessions we will dive into the CCSS for Foundational Skills (print concepts, phonological awareness, phonics, sight words, and fluency) through 11 modules that explore the Science of Reading, instruction, intervention, spelling, differentiation, and coaching.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/SiteCoaches, LEA/Site Reading Specialists, Lead Teachers, and/or Designees.

Session Dates

September 26, 2024

November 14, 2024

January 30, 2025

March 20, 2025

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Starts: 9/26/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 913 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

Growth HEARTSET Education

Participants will learn strategies for self-awareness (mindfullness), emotional self-management (or self-care), relationship building, and empathetic listening.

 

DATES:  10/1/24, 10/8/24, 10/15/24, 10/22/24

TIME: 10:00am - 11:30am

LOCATION: ZOOM *link will be sent prior to session.

 

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Starts: 10/1/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 13 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 1 out of 8

Building Trusting Relationships

and a Vision 

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence in Community School implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: October 3rd, 2024

Time: 9:30-11:30am (virtual) 

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Starts: 10/3/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

LCRSET Coach Network

Literacy Coaches and Reading Specialists will collaborate across four sessions a year facilitated by LCRSET Hub Leads to hone their literacy content knowledge and coaching skills. Using a student-focused coaching model, these sessions will provide opportunities for participants to support their sites with the implementation and monitoring of their Literacy Plan goals and actions.

Coaches and Reading Specialists will explore practices tailored to address the unique needs of different contexts. There will be ample time for sharing successes, collectively solving problems of practice, and networking with peers. Through this dynamic and enriching professional development experience, Literacy Coaches and Reading Specialists will deepen their expertise and develop strategies to effectively guide their school sites in achieving their literacy objectives. The collaborative nature of the sessions, including opportunities for networking, will foster the exchange of ideas and collective problem-solving to drive continuous improvement in support of student literacy growth.

This is designed for LCRS Literacy Coaches, Reading Specialists, Lead Teachers, and/or Designee.

Session Dates

Tuesday, October 8, 2024

Tuesday, December 10, 2024

Tuesday, February 25, 2025

Tuesday, April 8, 2025

 

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Starts: 10/8/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 986 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 2 out of 9

Focusing on Learning

and Building Family

Engagment Systems

(Unlocking the How)

 

This session enhances the Dual Capacity Framework, delves into the "Unlocking tne How" report, and offers tools for effective family partnerships. 

 

Date: Wednesday, October 9th, 2024

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 10/9/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Foundations of a Meaningful Multilingual-English Learner Master Plan

This session will focus on developing an English Learner Master Plan (ELMP) that builds on the collective commitment of the district or charter to develop an equitable, coherent, and sustainable system of services for multilingual students. Participants will engage with elements of The English Learner Master Plan Playbook and California EL Roadmap Implementation Guides and Toolkits for Administrators, as well as a multitude of other resources that build participants' capacity to intentionally lead for equity for multilingual students.  LEAs and Charters at all stages in their development of their ELMP are invited to attend this session.

Participants will walk away with the elements of a solid ELMP. 

 

October 10, 2024

9:00 AM- 11:00 AM (Virtual)

 

Audience:

Site Administrators, District Teams, EL Leaders

 

Presented By:

Sonoma County Office of Education

 

Sponsored by the Educator Workforce Investment Grant through the California Department of Education and the California Collaborative for Excellence in Education.

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Starts: 10/10/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 296 open seats left
Class Size: 300 seats

LCRSET Family and Community Engagement TOT

Through a TOT structure, LEA and/or site representatives will explore and learn about ways sites can engage with their families and communities to support literacy development connected to the understandings from the CA Reading and Literature Project’s professional learning series. Participants will leave with ideas and resources they can implement right away with their school communities.

Audience may vary: LCRS Site Administrators, LEA Grant Lead, Teachers, Literacy Coaches, Reading Specialists, Community and Family Liaisons and Curriculum Directors.

Session Dates

Monday, October 14, 2024

Monday, December 16, 2024

Monday, February 24, 2025

Monday, May 5, 2025

 

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Starts: 10/14/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 981 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

CALPADS Watch Party & Networking

LEA Administrators and CALPADS Administrators are encouraged to attend the CALPADS Network together where we will share resources to support data quality and learn more about how CALPADS data impacts accountability

 

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Starts: 10/16/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:
Library


Status: 28 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

District Systems for Community Schools - Session 1 out of 5

The goal of District Systems for Community Schoolss is to provide time and space for District staff who are implementation Community Schools to connect, support and advise each other. These sessions are responsive to the opportunties and challenges that particpants are facing and highly interactive. We look to Community Schools Forward Framework for structure and content, and draw heavily from each other's expereince.

 

Date: October 17th, 2024

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 10/17/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 15 open seats left
Class Size: 15 seats

Teaching and Learning in Community Classrooms - Session 2 of 8

Leveraging Coherence

Towards a Vision for 

Teaching and Learning

 

Let's look at why it is important to have a shared vision of a learner in your Community School. How can you engage with this, who needs to be at the table and how can that profile be used to inform the work being done in a Community School?

 

Date: Wednesday, October 23rd, 2024

Time: 3:00-4:30pm (virtual)

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Starts: 10/23/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

LCRSET Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycles

The Plan-Do-Study-Act cycle is at the heart of successful implementation of Literacy Plan action steps in order to achieve your overall literacy goals for your students. You will engage in four PDSA cycles throughout the year with your site literacy teams to address a problem of practice identified in your Literacy Plan. 

During these collaborative sessions, you will go through the key steps of the PDSA process - planning a change idea and how to measure its success, implementing the change and collecting data, analyzing the results, and deciding whether to adopt, adapt, or abandon the idea based on your findings.

In addition to the PDSA work, you will have opportunities to network and learn from your peers across sites. By sharing successes, challenges, and strategies, you can collectively problem-solve and discover new approaches to drive continuous improvement in support of your literacy objectives.

By actively engaging in this iterative PDSA process and collaborative networking, you and your site literacy teams will develop the skills to effectively implement change and make data-driven decisions to support student literacy growth.

This is designed for LCRS LEA/Site Literacy Team. Teams include but are not limited to Grant Lead, Site Administrators, Grade Level Leads, Coaches, Reading Specialists and Parents.

Session Dates

Thursday, October 24, 2024

Tuesday, December 17, 2024

Thursday, February 27, 2025

Thursday, May 1 2025

 

 

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Starts: 10/24/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 962 open seats left
Class Size: 1000 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 2 out of 8

Supporting Effective Teams

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence of Community Schools implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: November 7th, 2024

Time: 9:30-11:30am (virtual) 

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Starts: 11/7/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Teaching and Learning in Community Classrooms - Session 3 of 8

Deeper Learning

 

What is Deeper Learning? How can you know if the students are engaging in this and ensure that teachers have the support to design lessons that engage students in Deeper Learning?

 

 

Date: Wednesday, November 20th, 2024

Time: 3:00pm-4:30pm

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Starts: 11/20/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 3 out of 8

Data Primer

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence og Community Schools implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: December 5th, 2024

Time: 9:30-11:30am (virtual)

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Starts: 12/5/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 4 out of 9

Community Assets

and Leadership: 

Student and Family Voice 

 

Discover Community Assets and Leadership, leveraging student and family voices to shape educational outcomes, with practical strategies for empowerment and change. 

 

Date: Wednesday, December 11th, 2024

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 12/11/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

District Systems for Community Schools - Session 2 out of 5

See Session 1 Description

 

Date: December 19th, 2024 

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 12/19/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 15 open seats left
Class Size: 15 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 4 out of 8

Actionable Data in a Culture of

Inquiry and Continuous

Improvment

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence of Community Schools implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: January 9th, 2025 

Time: 9:30-11:30am (virtual) 

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Starts: 1/9/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 6 out of 9

Be Strong Families: Parent Cafe and The Power of Family 

Communications and

Home Visits

 

A Parent Cafe is a structured and supportative gathering where parents and caregiviers come together to engage in meaningful conversations on topics related to parenting, family, well-being, and community connections. Family Communication and Home Visits prioritize relationships, fostering collabration for student success through open communication and personalized intercactions. 

Join us to learn more and explore ways to strengthen families and support children's developement. 

 

Date: Wednesday, January 22nd, 2025

Time: 12:30-4:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 1/22/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

District Systems for Community Schools - Session 3 out of 5

See Session 1 Description 

 

Date: January 30th, 2025

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 1/30/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 15 open seats left
Class Size: 15 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 5 out of 8

Deeper Engagement Toward a

Shared Vision 

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence of Community Schools implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: February 6th, 2025

Time: 9:30-11:30am (virtual) 

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Starts: 2/6/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 7 out of 9

Improving Attendance

 

Improving attendance requires clear expectations, incentives, and support, including tracking data, identifying at-risk students, and collaborating with families and communities. 

 

Date: Wednesday, February 12th, 2025

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 2/12/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 0 open seats left
Class Size: 0 seats

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Teaching and Learning in Community Classrooms - Session 5 of 8

Connect and Collaborate

 

Take a deeper look at some of the ways Community Connected Classrooms are happeneing now. Get specfic examples of promising practices and have a chance to connect with others. 

 

Date: Wednesday, February 26th, 2025

Time: 3:00-4:30pm (virtual) 

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Starts: 2/26/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 8 out of 9

Fostering Community

Partnerships

 

Fostering community partnerships includes clear communication, shared goals, and leveraging strengths to address challenges, enhancing resources, supporting students, and community. 

 

Date: Wednesday, March 12th, 2025

Time: 93:0-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 3/12/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

District Systems for Community Schools - Session 4 out of 5

See Session 1 Description

 

Date: March 20th, 2025 

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 3/20/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 15 open seats left
Class Size: 15 seats

Teaching and Learning in Community Classrooms - Session 6 of 8

Demystifying Community

Connected Classrooms

 

It is time to get some learners out in the community and invite the community into classroom. It is not as hard as you think and it is already happening all over our region. 

 

Date: Wednesday, March 26th, 2025

Time: 3:00-4:30pm (virtual)

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Starts: 3/26/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Teaching and Learning in Community Classrooms - Session 7 of 8

Alternative Assessments

 

There are many different ways to asess student learning, we will collectively examine ways to do this from a students centered perspective.

 

Date: Wednesday, April 23rd, 2025

Time: 3:00-4:30pm (virtual) 

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Starts: 4/23/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Teaching and Learning in Community Classrooms - Session 8 of 8

Celebrating Success-

Digging in for Next Year

 

It is time to put it all together! Let's refelct on the year, uplift bright spots and develop a strategy for next year.

 

Date: Wednesday, May 7th, 2025

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 5/7/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 8 out of 8

Reflections: on the past year and

the arc of next year

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence of Community Schools implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: May 8th, 2025

Time: 9:30-11:30am (virtual)

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Starts: 5/8/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
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District Systems for Community Schools - Session 5 out of 5

See Session 1 Description 

 

Date: May 15th, 2025

Time: 9:30-11:00am (virtual)

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Starts: 5/15/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location:


Virtual
Status: 15 open seats left
Class Size: 15 seats

Time Management Best Practices - (SCOE ONLY)

 

This session will cover a variety of time management techniques that can be used by any working professional. The techniques introduced in this session will include task management, time blocking, calendaring, and tips and tricks for work efficiency and time management.

 

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Starts: 8/28/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 48 open seats left
Class Size: 50 seats

Sacramento County READS

Join us in our FIRST session of year two of our countywide reading and literacy initiative! The community of practice will be held four times during the 2024-2025 school year and is desigated for LEA literacy leadership teams. Sessions will include keynote speakers, collaborative learning within and across LEAs, district spotlights, and team time.

Suggested LEA Literacy Leadership Team members include Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Chief Academic Officers, Site Leaders, Instructional Coaches, and LEA Elementary and Secondary leaders in; Curriculum & Instruction, Equity, MTSS, Special Education, Multilingual Education, Early Learning, Expanded Learning, and Assessment & Research.

 

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Starts: 9/5/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 114 open seats left
Class Size: 126 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 1 - 9/24/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 9/24/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 8 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 2 - 9/25/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 9/25/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 15 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 3 - 9/26/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 9/26/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Leaders Supporting Building Thinking Classrooms (Option 1 - 9/30/24)

***For Administrators and Coaches Only***

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, for an interactive, collaborative workshop designed to support administrators and coaches.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner
  • Explore the 14 research-based Building Thinking Classrooms practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into genuine cognitive engagement, ensuring equitable access to grade-level content for all students, including multilingual and neurodiverse learners
  • Gain resources and tools that will help you build capacity while supporting your educators’ implementation journey

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 9/30/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 29 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Leaders Supporting Building Thinking Classrooms (Option 2 - 10/1/24)

***For Administrators and Coaches Only***

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, for an interactive, collaborative workshop designed to support administrators and coaches.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner
  • Explore the 14 research-based Building Thinking Classrooms practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into genuine cognitive engagement, ensuring equitable access to grade-level content for all students, including multilingual and neurodiverse learners
  • Gain resources and tools that will help you build capacity while supporting your educators’ implementation journey

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/1/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 29 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Leaders Supporting Building Thinking Classrooms (Option 3 - 10/2/24)

***For Administrators and Coaches Only***

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, for an interactive, collaborative workshop designed to support administrators and coaches.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner
  • Explore the 14 research-based Building Thinking Classrooms practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into genuine cognitive engagement, ensuring equitable access to grade-level content for all students, including multilingual and neurodiverse learners
  • Gain resources and tools that will help you build capacity while supporting your educators’ implementation journey

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/2/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 28 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Three: Refining Thinking Classrooms (Option 1 - 10/3/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches who have attended Part One and Part Two of this series OR a summer intensive OR have read Chapters 1-11 and are implementing those practices and want to refine them. ***This is not for beginners.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on refining your thinking classroom culture, connections to curriculum, & closure by revisiting Chapters 9, 10, and 11.

  • Experience math tasks as a learner
  • Refine practices 9-11 that keep your students thinking and retaining learning
  • Practice Consolidation by Selecting, Sequencing, & Seeding a Divergent Task
  • Fine-tune your SEL-embedded practices that enhance student belonging and motivation
  • Build your understanding of Thin-Slicing by reordering sets of tasks by type
  • Explore Centers and Activities that can provide opportunities to extend thinking and build fluency while allowing you time to address and front-load unfinished learning

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/3/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 19 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part One: Shifting to a Thinking Classroom (Option 3 - 10/15/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches beginning or refining their initial implementation of Chapters 1-8 & 12

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that build the culture of your thinking classroom.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner

  • Explore the first 8 practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into true cognitive engagement

  • Gain valuable resources as you plan for implementation and explore ready-to-go rich thinking tasks

  • Learn how to strategically embed SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) to unlock empathy while building self and social-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making

  • Begin your journey of courageous change

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/15/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 18 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part One: Shifting to a Thinking Classroom (Option 4 - 10/16/24)

IAudience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches beginning or refining their initial implementation of Chapters 1-8 & 12

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that build the culture of your thinking classroom.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner

  • Explore the first 8 practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into true cognitive engagement

  • Gain valuable resources as you plan for implementation and explore ready-to-go rich thinking tasks

  • Learn how to strategically embed SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) to unlock empathy while building self and social-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making

  • Begin your journey of courageous change

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/16/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 32 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part One: Shifting to a Thinking Classroom (Option 5 - 10/17/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches beginning or refining their initial implementation of Chapters 1-8 & 12

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that build the culture of your thinking classroom.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner

  • Explore the first 8 practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into true cognitive engagement

  • Gain valuable resources as you plan for implementation and explore ready-to-go rich thinking tasks

  • Learn how to strategically embed SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) to unlock empathy while building self and social-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making

  • Begin your journey of courageous change

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/17/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

SCOE SEL Community of Practices: Deepening Equity-Centered Systemic SEL

Building on the previous CoP themes of adult transformative SEL and student-facing tSEL practices, the 2024-2025 will feature a deepening of whole-systems implementation of equity-centered SEL across school systems. In this interactive CoP series, CASEL facilitators will guide teams and individuals through a process to deepen the understanding of systemic structures to support tSEL, tSEL and academic integration, Integration of tSEL and equity work, and to be prepared to take the key next steps in deepening tSEL implementation. Upon completion of the CoP series,  participants will have a clear understanding of their role and responsibilities in the implementation of tSEL in their school/district, and each school/district will have a viable and impactful implementation plan tailored to their goals and priorities. 

Communty of Practice Goals: 

  • Offering a collaborative space for professional learning around SEL and connected equity efforts.
  • Providing ongoing networking and sharing of best practices
  • Integrating district/school action planning opportunities
  • Showcasing successful SEL efforts in districts/schools
  • Session 1: October 31, 2024
  • Session 2: December 12, 2024
  • Session 4: February 13, 2025
  • Session 5: April 3, 2025

Light breakfast and lunch will be included. Please fill out the link of your participation in person or via zoom: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeBaAWM8N20ZOSV3X-eoV0qhUbG6cxcmrfVXTQsfVgZI_Pw2A/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Starts: 10/31/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Virtual
Status: 94 open seats left
Class Size: 120 seats

Sacramento County READS

Join us in our SECOND session of year two of our countywide reading and literacy initiative! The community of practice will be held four times during the 2024-2025 school year and is desigated for LEA literacy leadership teams. Sessions will include keynote speakers, collaborative learning within and across LEAs, district spotlights, and team time. 

Suggested LEA Literacy Leadership Team members include Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Chief Academic Officers, Site Leaders, Instructional Coaches, and LEA Elementary and Secondary leaders in; Curriculum & Instruction, Equity, MTSS, Special Education, Multilingual Education, Early Learning, Expanded Learning, and Assessment & Research.

 

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Starts: 11/7/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 116 open seats left
Class Size: 126 seats

Sacramento County READS

Join us in our THIRD session of year two of our countywide reading and literacy initiative! The community of practice will be held four times during the 2024-2025 school year and is desigated for LEA literacy leadership teams. Sessions will include keynote speakers, collaborative learning within and across LEAs, district spotlights, and team time. 

Suggested LEA Literacy Leadership Team members include Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Chief Academic Officers, Site Leaders, Instructional Coaches, and LEA Elementary and Secondary leaders in; Curriculum & Instruction, Equity, MTSS, Special Education, Multilingual Education, Early Learning, Expanded Learning, and Assessment & Research.

 

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Starts: 1/16/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 116 open seats left
Class Size: 126 seats

Time Management Best Practices - (SCOE ONLY)

This session will cover a variety of time management techniques that can be used by any working professional. The techniques introduced in this session will include task management, time blocking, calendaring, and tips and tricks for work efficiency and time management.

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Starts: 1/22/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 48 open seats left
Class Size: 50 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part One: Shifting to a Thinking Culture (Option 6 - 1/28/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches beginning or refining their initial implementation of Chapters 1-8 & 12

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that build the culture of your thinking classroom.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner

  • Explore the first 8 practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into true cognitive engagement

  • Gain valuable resources as you plan for implementation and explore ready-to-go rich thinking tasks

  • Learn how to strategically embed SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) to unlock empathy while building self and social-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making

  • Begin your journey of courageous change

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 1/28/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part One: Shifting to a Thinking Classroom (Option 7 - 1/29/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches beginning or refining their initial implementation of Chapters 1-8 & 12

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that build the culture of your thinking classroom.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner

  • Explore the first 8 practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into true cognitive engagement

  • Gain valuable resources as you plan for implementation and explore ready-to-go rich thinking tasks

  • Learn how to strategically embed SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) to unlock empathy while building self and social-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making

  • Begin your journey of courageous change

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 1/29/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 7 - 2/19/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 2/19/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 8 - 2/20/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 2/20/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Three: Refining Thinking Classrooms (Option 3 - 3/4/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches who have attended Part One and Part Two of this series OR a summer intensive OR have read Chapters 1-11 and are implementing those practices and want to refine them. ***This is not for beginners.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on refining your thinking classroom culture, connections to curriculum, & closure by revisiting Chapters 9, 10, and 11.

  • Experience math tasks as a learner

  • Refine practices 9-11 that keep your students thinking and retaining learning

  • Practice Consolidation by Selecting, Sequencing, & Seeding a Divergent Task

  • Fine-tune your SEL-embedded practices that enhance student belonging and motivation

  • Build your understanding of Thin-Slicing by reordering sets of tasks by type

  • Explore Centers and Activities that can provide opportunities to extend thinking and build fluency while allowing you time to address and front-load unfinished learning

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 3/4/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 3 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Three: Refining Thinking Classrooms (Option 4 - 3/5/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches who have attended Part One and Part Two of this series OR a summer intensive OR have read Chapters 1-11 and are implementing those practices and want to refine them. ***This is not for beginners.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on refining your thinking classroom culture, connections to curriculum, & closure by revisiting Chapters 9, 10, and 11.

  • Experience math tasks as a learner
  • Refine practices 9-11 that keep your students thinking and retaining learning
  • Practice Consolidation by Selecting, Sequencing, & Seeding a Divergent Task
  • Fine-tune your SEL-embedded practices that enhance student belonging and motivation
  • Build your understanding of Thin-Slicing by reordering sets of tasks by type
  • Explore Centers and Activities that can provide opportunities to extend thinking and build fluency while allowing you time to address and front-load unfinished learning

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 3/5/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 31 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Three: Refining Thinking Classrooms (Option 5 - 3/6/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches who have attended Part One and Part Two of this series OR a summer intensive OR have read Chapters 1-11 and are implementing those practices and want to refine them. ***This is not for beginners.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on refining your thinking classroom culture, connections to curriculum, & closure by revisiting Chapters 9, 10, and 11.

  • Experience math tasks as a learner
  • Refine practices 9-11 that keep your students thinking and retaining learning
  • Practice Consolidation by Selecting, Sequencing, & Seeding a Divergent Task
  • Fine-tune your SEL-embedded practices that enhance student belonging and motivation
  • Build your understanding of Thin-Slicing by reordering sets of tasks by type
  • Explore Centers and Activities that can provide opportunities to extend thinking and build fluency while allowing you time to address and front-load unfinished learning

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 3/6/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 31 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Sacramento County READS

Join us in our FOURTH session of year two of our countywide reading and literacy initiative! The community of practice will be held four times during the 2024-2025 school year and is desigated for LEA literacy leadership teams. Sessions will include keynote speakers, collaborative learning within and across LEAs, district spotlights, and team time. 

Suggested LEA Literacy Leadership Team members include Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Chief Academic Officers, Site Leaders, Instructional Coaches, and LEA Elementary and Secondary leaders in; Curriculum & Instruction, Equity, MTSS, Special Education, Multilingual Education, Early Learning, Expanded Learning, and Assessment & Research.

 

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Starts: 3/27/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: Conference Center
3661 Whitehead Street, Suite 100
Mather CA 95655
Status: 116 open seats left
Class Size: 126 seats

Integrated and Designated ELD for Secondary Teachers (6th-12th)

An EPiCC Summer Series Offering - Limited Space! Register Soon!

The classroom teacher plays a crucial role in providing access to content and building language proficiency for their English learners.

This two-day summer series is framed by the four principles of the English Learner Roadmap and focuses primarily on deepening knowledge and implementing quality teaching and learning practices for English learner students. It will feature guidance provided in key California Department of Education resources; including: the ELD Standards, ELA-ELD Framework, and Improving Education for Multilingual and English Learner Students: Research to Practice. A light breakfast and lunch will be offered for both days of this series.

Note: Due to the popularity of this series and limited number of seats, please contact SCOE Multilingual Education if you are no longer able to attend. Your confirmation to attend will be required.

June 24-25, 2024

9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

In-Person Event at SCOE

Audience: 6th-12th Grade Teachers and Teacher Leaders in All Content Areas, EL Leaders

Sponsored by the Educator Workforce Investment Grant through the California Department of Education and the California Collaborative for Excellence in Education.

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Starts: 6/24/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Board Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 42 seats

2024 Building Thinking Classrooms Summer Intensive - Toolkit 4 (Option 1 - 6/27 to 6/28)

Audience: TK-12 Math Educators who have implemented practices 1-11 OR Coaches, Administrators, and Leaders supporting this implementation. ***This is not intended for beginners.  

In this 2-day workshop, we focus on assessment and transferring collective knowing and doing to individual understanding. Expect to extend and refine the purpose and practice of facilitating the Launch, Body, and Closure in your thinking classroom. Explore the why, what, when, and how of crafting and providing each of your students a map of where they are and where they are going. Ensure that all students have equitable access to the content and competencies of their grade level standards.

We recommend that participants have read the entire book, have either attended a summer intensive OR have been implementing practices 1-12 in their classrooms for at least a year, and are ready to shift their assessment practices to match the shift in their thinking classroom. This is not a workshop for beginners.

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

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Starts: 6/27/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $50
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 37 open seats left
Class Size: 60 seats

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Co-Teaching Summer Institute

In this institute teams will take a deep-dive into co-teaching, planning and practicing a variety of models.

Team building activities will set teams up for success from the start, and time will be allotted for planning the first 2 weeks of instruction.

 

Benefits of the co-teaching model are numerous, but thereare five that can directly impact the day-to-day and long term progress of your students:

1.        Reduced teacher-to-student ratio

2.        Increased Instructional Options

3.        Greater Student Engagement Time

4.        Modeled Teamwork

5.       Balance and Time Management 

 

Facilitator: Stephanie Coleman scoleman@scoe.net

          Coordinator: Inclusive Practices & Integrated Systems

 

 

 

 

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Starts: 7/8/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $20
Location: DPMEC
Room C
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 11 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Universal Design for Learning Summer 2024 Summit

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) eliminates barriers in the design of the learning environment and makes curriculum accessible to all students.

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the underlying principles of UDL
  • Understand the basic neuroscience to reach all learners
  • Explore & use UDL principles for designing instruction tomeet student needs
  • Engage in professional conversations around UDLapplications across classrooms

 

Please note that this is a two day event

 

Facilitator: Stephanie Coleman scoleman@scoe.net

          Coordinator: Inclusive Practices & Integrated Systems

 

Link for UDL Training Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-Un3P6rCZtPDfNArOTIIvLTOZsudl0Zw/view

 

 

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Starts: 7/10/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $40
Location: DPMEC
Room B
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 12 open seats left
Class Size: 24 seats

An Introduction to New Math Framework (Option 1 - 7/10/24)

In this interactive workshop, participants will explore the 2023 Math Framework and engage in activities focused on the five components of equitable and engaging teaching for all students.

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Starts: 7/10/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $125
Location: DPMEC
Room C
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 13 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

2024 Building Thinking Classrooms Summer Intensive - Toolkits 1-3 (Option 2 - 7/15 to 7/19)

Audience: TK-12 Math Educators and Coaches 

In this 5-day workshop, we focus on building thinking classrooms (BTC). Delve into the first 3 research-based Toolkits shown to foster active learning, engagement, and mathematical thinking in any classroom setting. Explore how to integrate the 3 Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Signature Practices into your routines, and how they can help you fine-tune your thinking classroom by enhancing student belonging and motivation. Participate in two rounds of team-driven Task Study utilizing summer school classrooms. Deepen your understanding of the macro & micro moves found in the (BTC) practices so that you can apply them in your own classroom.

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

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Starts: 7/15/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $125
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 0 open seats left
Class Size: 60 seats

Power Up with PowerPoint: New Features & Tip Bring your charged laptop for demonstration (SCOE ONLY)

Discover PowerPoint’s new features and elevate your presentations with captivating, visually stunning slideshows. Learn to create transparent text overlays, rotating transitions, craft visually appealing bullet points and techniques to make text appear dynamically within content. The session will be conducted as a workshop using the desktop version of PowerPoint. Bring your charged laptop to apply directly into any of your presentations.

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Starts: 7/22/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room A
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 22 open seats left
Class Size: 24 seats

Foundational Literacy Skills for Multilingual-English Learners (TK-3rd)

An EPiCC Summer Series Offering - Limited Space! Register Soon!

How can we support the development of foundational literacy skills for our diverse multilingual-English learner students? 

It  is critical to adapt instructional practices to meet the unique needs and characteristics of multilingual-English learners (MLL-ELs). This event will specifically address strategies to intentionally support MLL-EL students with phonological/phonemic awareness and phonics skills while simultaneously fostering the development of both expressive and receptive language. Aligned to Principle 2 of the English Learner Roadmap, participants will learn to effectively identify and address the strengths and needs of MLL-EL students in support of foundational literacy development. Learn concrete strategies to assess the phonological/phonemic awareness needs for decoding and encoding, recognize opportunities for cross-linguistic transference and oral language development, and acquire instructional practices to intentionally strengthen the foundational literacy of multilingual learners. All attendees will receive a hard copy of the book Literacy Foundations for English Learners by Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan.

Note: This event is geared toward Tk-3rd grade educators; however, the concepts could be valuable to intermediate teachers and coaches seeking a deeper understanding of ELD foundational literacy instruction. A light breakfast and lunch will be offered.

Your confirmation to attend will be required.

August 2, 2024

9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

In-Person Event at SCOE

(session repeats August 12)

Audience: TK-3rd Grade Teachers, Instructional Coaches, TOSAs, EL Leaders

Sponsored by the Educator Workforce Investment Grant through the California Department of Education and the California Collaborative for Excellence in Education.

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Starts: 8/2/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Board Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 0 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Strategies for Elementary Integrated and Designated ELD

An EPiCC Summer Series Offering - Limited Space! Register Soon!

How can teachers easily and effectively build language proficiency for their English learner/emergent bilingual students throughout their daily lessons? 

This interactive three-day in-person summer series provides teachers with a construct and set of strategies that can be effectively integrated into existing lessons and practices. Aligned to Principle 2 of the English Learner Roadmap and the English Learner Toolkit of Strategies, participants will learn to effectively identify and address the strengths and needs of English learner/emergent bilingual students by providing targeted scaffolds and supports. Participants will develop strategies to actively engage students in all four language domains (listening, reading, speaking and writing), deepening students’ use of sophisticated academic language and tapping into their linguistic genius. Teachers will be prepared with tools and resources to implement in their classrooms. 

All attendees will receive a hard copy of the English Learner Toolkit of Strategies.

Note: This event is geared toward elementary educators; however, the concepts could be valuable to secondary teachers and coaches seeking a deeper understanding of ELD. A light breakfast and lunch will be offered for each day of this series.

Your confirmation to attend will be required.

August 6-8, 2024

9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

In-Person Event at SCOE

(Repeat of June 4-6 Event)

Audience: Elementary Classroom Teachers, Instructional Coaches, TOSAs, EL Leaders

Sponsored by the Educator Workforce Investment Grant through the California Department of Education and the California Collaborative for Excellence in Education.

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Starts: 8/6/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Board Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 2 open seats left
Class Size: 28 seats

The Coaching Habit (SCOE ONLY)

The Coaching Habit

This course was offered in 2021 and because of its popularity, it’s back! Join Kasia Faughn (CSAPA), Rachel Perry (CSAPA), and Becky Sullivan (C&I) to learn how to tame your “Advice Monster” and stay curious longer. Curiosity is the key to providing effective coaching to your team members. This course is designed for leaders who supervise others. You’ll be provided with tools, resources, and key questions to build your coaching habit. A copy of two books, “The Coaching Habit” and “The Advice Trap” are included with registration. The books will be tools for learning; reading both books is not requires. Small sections of material will be recommended for each session. 

Course Details:

·       Three in-person sessions.

·       Continental breakfast is included for each session.

·       Attendance at all three sessions is strongly recommended.

Session Dates and Times:

·       All sessions run from 9-10:30 AM

·       August 7, Room D

·       August 21, Room C

·       September 4, Room C

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Starts: 8/7/2024
Sessions: 3
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room D
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 16 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

Foundational Literacy Skills for Multilingual-English Learners (TK-3rd)

An EPiCC Summer Series Offering - Limited Space! Register Soon!

How can we support the development of foundational literacy skills for our diverse multilingual-English learner students? 

It  is critical to adapt instructional practices to meet the unique needs and characteristics of multilingual-English learners (MLL-ELs). This event will specifically address strategies to intentionally support MLL-EL students with phonological/phonemic awareness and phonics skills while simultaneously fostering the development of both expressive and receptive language. Aligned to Principle 2 of the English Learner Roadmap, participants will learn to effectively identify and address the strengths and needs of MLL-EL students in support of foundational literacy development. Learn concrete strategies to assess the phonological/phonemic awareness needs for decoding and encoding, recognize opportunities for cross-linguistic transference and oral language development, and acquire instructional practices to intentionally strengthen the foundational literacy of multilingual learners. All attendees will receive a hard copy of the book Literacy Foundations for English Learners by Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan.

Note: This event is geared toward Tk-3rd grade educators; however, the concepts could be valuable to intermediate teachers and coaches seeking a deeper understanding of ELD foundational literacy instruction. A light breakfast and lunch will be offered.

Your confirmation to attend will be required.

August 12, 2024

9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

In-Person Event at SCOE

Audience: TK-3rd Grade Teachers, Instructional Coaches, TOSAs, EL Leaders

Sponsored by the Educator Workforce Investment Grant through the California Department of Education and the California Collaborative for Excellence in Education.

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Starts: 8/12/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Board Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 9 open seats left
Class Size: 42 seats

Connection Before Content - Creating A Generative Social Field - (SCOE ONLY)

The Generative Social Field is a collaborative endeavor aimed at deepening our comprehension of the relational environments that shape our lives, and how shifts within these spaces can result in personal, familial, and organizational transformation. The Social Field encompasses the inherent structure of relationships among individuals, groups, organizations, and systems, influencing collective behaviors and outcomes. Human beings possess emotional systems that indicate our equilibrium or imbalance, where emotions act as physiological markers and feelings emerge upon our awareness of these markers. Interacting with others can pose challenges due to the presence of emotional systems in everyone we encounter, potentially acting as triggers. In this session, let's delve into the two core practices vital for fostering a generative social field.

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Starts: 8/14/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 23 open seats left
Class Size: 25 seats

Creating Inclusive Spaces: Accessibility in Meetings and Trainings

Discover practical strategies for fostering inclusivity and accessibility in meetings and trainings. Learn Universal Design principles, explore assistive technologies, and develop effective communication techniques to ensure participation from all attendees. Through interactive exercises, understand accessibility challenges and compliance standards. 

 

Participants will: 

1. Understand Universal Design principles and their application in meeting and training environments.

2. Explore assistive technologies and digital tools to enhance accessibility.

3. Develop communication strategies for inclusive information delivery.

4. Engage in hands-on exercises to simulate accessibility challenges and explore solutions collaboratively.

5. Gain knowledge of legal requirements and best practices for meeting accessibility standards. 

 

Leave empowered to create inclusive, welcoming spaces for all participants.

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Starts: 8/21/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 46 open seats left
Class Size: 60 seats

California College Guidance Initiative Training

The California College Guidance Initiative manages CaliforniaColleges.edu, the state of California’s official college and career planning platform. It serves as a one-stop shop to help students discover their college and career goals, make plans for how to achieve them, and launch into fulfilling futures. In this session, you will learn about the college and career tools available to students, , as well as the reporting features that provide educators with the opportunity to track college and financial aid applications for students. Attendees will see the platform in action via a live demonstration and have the opportunity to login themselves to explore further with their own demo account.

 

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Starts: 8/22/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Board Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 29 open seats left
Class Size: 42 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part One: Shifting to a Thinking Culture (Option 1 - 9/4/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches beginning or refining their initial implementation of Chapters 1-8 & 12

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that build the culture of your thinking classroom.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner

  • Explore the first 8 practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into true cognitive engagement

  • Gain valuable resources as you plan for implementation and explore ready-to-go rich thinking tasks

  • Learn how to strategically embed SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) to unlock empathy while building self and social-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making

  • Begin your journey of courageous change

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 9/4/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 0 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Create with Canva - (SCOE ONLY)

Discover Canva, an intuitive digital media creation tool empowering users to craft stunning visuals effortlessly, regardless of prior design experience. From posters and flyers to videos and logos, explore the limitless possibilities within this user-friendly platform. Unleash your creativity with purposeful and eye-catching artifacts, guided by templates, color palettes, and pre-made designs. Delve into accessibility considerations and proper SCOE logo usage to elevate your creations. Your Word Document fliers can become masterpieces with Canva!

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Starts: 9/4/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room A
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 25 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part One: Shifting to a Thinking Culture (option 2 - 9/5/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches beginning or refining their initial implementation of Chapters 1-8 & 12

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that build the culture of your thinking classroom.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner

  • Explore the first 8 practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into true cognitive engagement

  • Gain valuable resources as you plan for implementation and explore ready-to-go rich thinking tasks

  • Learn how to strategically embed SEL (Social & Emotional Learning) to unlock empathy while building self and social-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making

  • Begin your journey of courageous change

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 9/5/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 17 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Multilingual Education Leadership Network (mELn)

The Sacramento County Office of Education hosts quarterly meetings for Coordinators of English Learner programs in Sacramento County. Administrators from districts throughout the Capital Service Region (Region 3) are welcome to attend.

The purpose of these meetings is to provide timely, relevant, and reliable information on English Learner legislation such as the Every Student Succeeds Act and policy such as the English Learner Roadmap implementation.

Additionally, meetings offer best practices to meet state and federal accountability requirements and resources for assisting districts to increase student achievement across all subgroups. Staff from the California Department of Education and other agencies are frequently invited to present new information and answer questions. Participants value the opportunity to collaborate and share information with colleagues from other districts. Members are asked to disseminate information provided to them during meetings to the schools in their districts.

Event Meeting Details:

Thursday, September 12, 2024  

12:30 PM- 3:30 PM 

Thursday, December 12, 2024

12:30 PM- 3:30 PM 

Thursday, March 13, 2025 ***Virtual***

12:30 PM- 3:30 PM 

Thursday,  May 22, 2025 ***Virtual***

12:30 PM- 3:30 PM 

Note: Your registration will automatically register you for all sessions.

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Starts: 9/12/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC

10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Secondary English Learner Collaborative (sELc)

The sELc is a learning community among English Learner Coordinators/ Administrators districts and charters that serve secondary (7–12) grades to collaboratively learn about how to establish equitable services and programs for English learners.

Participants will:

• Participate in bimonthly meetings to discuss ongoing programs and services at the middle and high school levels.

• Focus on addressing the needs of multilingual-English learners: Newcomers, Long-Term English Learners (LTEL), At Risk of becoming Long-Term English Learners (AR-LTEL), Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education (SLIFE), Refugee and Immigrant Youth.

• Build partnerships/network among EL coordinators, administrators, and ELD teacher leaders within the Sacramento County.

• Have ongoing collegial support, access coordinated resources, implement, and share best practices.

• Develop strategies to establish equitable services for secondary English learners by targeting their varying needs.

• Make meaning on how to address current laws, policies, and practices at the secondary level.

• Measure progress collect data and set benchmarks to increase English Learner reclassification rates.

In-Person Event Meeting Details: 9:00 AM-11:30 AM

  • September 16, 2024
  • December 16, 2024
  • March 17, 2025
  • April 21, 2025

Audience: Administrators, Teachers, Teacher Leaders, TOSAs, English Learner Coordinators and ELD Teachers

Note: Your registration will automatically register you for all sessions.

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Starts: 9/16/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room C
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Elementary English Learner Collaborative (eELc)

This elementary learning community among teacher leaders, coordinators and administrators from districts and charters collaboratively focuses on how to establish equitable services and programs for multilingual-English learners.

Session Dates:

September 16, 2024

December 16, 2024

March 17, 2025

April 21, 2025

All sessions are held in-person at SCOE from 12:30 - 2:30 PM. 

Participants will engage in:

  • Addressing the needs of multilingual-English learners: newcomers, long-term English learners (LTEL), at risk of becoming long-term English learners (AR-LTEL), students with limited or interrupted formal education (SLIFE), refugee and immigrant youth.
  • Building partnerships/network among EL coordinators, administrators and ELD teacher leaders within the Sacramento County.
  • Have ongoing collegial support, access resources and implement and share best practices.
  • Developing strategies to establish equitable services for multilingual-English learners by targeting their varying needs. 
  • Meaning making on how to address current laws, policies and practices.
  • Measuring progress, collecting data and setting benchmarks to increase multilingual-English learner reclassification rates.

Audience: Administrators, Teachers, Teacher Leaders, TOSAs, English Learner Coordinators and ELD Teachers

Note: Your registration will automatically register you for all sessions of the eELc.

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Starts: 9/16/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room C
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 8 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Me, You, We: How SEL is Aligned with Positive Sports Culture

This comprehensive three-part series intended for Coaches, Athletic Directors and sports administrators is designed to highlight how the core competencies of Social Emotional Learning are aligned with the best practices of coaching. The participants will gain an under standing of the CASEL Competencies, positive coaching strategies, and how to recognize the SEL strategies present in sports culture.

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Starts: 9/17/2024
Sessions: 3
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room A
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Virtual
Status: 17 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

Expanded Learning - Building Communities of Inclusivity and Belonging

Participants will learn about accessibility and inclusivity and explore how to create these environments in expanded learning programs.

Number of Days: 4

In-Person

Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Dates: September 19, 2024

            September 26, 2024

            October 3, 2024

            October 11, 2024

Lunch will be provided

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Starts: 9/19/2024
Sessions: 1
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room C
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 97 open seats left
Class Size: 100 seats

How SEL and Restorative Practices support School Counseling

This session is targeted for school counselors and will provide insight into how school counselors can use SEL and Restorative Practices to guide their work. Foundations of SEL, RP, and the ASCA National Model will be highlighted to make connections between the three. 

Please attend one of the two available dates for the training session.

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Starts: 10/8/2024
Sessions: 2
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Room C
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Virtual
Status: 18 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Writing for Busy Readers (SCOE ONLY)

How can you ensure that your emails are read and your presentations are understood? What are some common pitfalls in written communication? This workshop will explore the six principles for effective communication based on Todd Rogers’ work, including a simple checklist for assessing your communication. Participants will have hands-on practice to explore concepts and revise samples.

 

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Starts: 10/22/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Board Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 28 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 4 - 10/29/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/29/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 18 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 5 - 10/30/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/30/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 32 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Two: Connecting to Curriculum & Closure (Option 6 - 10/31/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators and Coaches that have participated in Part One of this series OR have already read Chapters 1-8 in the book and are implementing those practices.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on the practices that ensure equitable access to grade-level content (Chapters 9-11):

  • Experience curricular tasks as a learner

  • Learn how to maintain FLOW by using hints & extensions asynchronously to create balance between challenge and ability

  • Explore the why, what, how, and when of consolidating a lesson

  • Shift your understanding Meaningful Notes as you consider the structure of making instead of taking notes

  • Gain valuable resources such as lesson examples, templates, and graphic organizers that help you move students through curricular outcomes with individual understanding

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 10/31/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

An Introduction to the 2023 Math Framework (Option 3 - 11/13/24)

In this interactive workshop, participants will explore the 2023 Math Framework and engage in activities focused on the five components of equitable and engaging teaching for all students.

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Starts: 11/13/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $125
Location: DPMEC
Room C
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 18 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

CALPADS Watch Party & Networking

LEA Administrators and CALPADS Administrators are encouraged to attend the CALPADS Network together where we will share resources to support data quality and learn more about how CALPADS data impacts accountability.

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Starts: 12/3/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Library
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Leaders Supporting Building Thinking Classrooms (Option 4 - 12/4/24)

***For Administrators and Coaches Only***

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, for an interactive, collaborative workshop designed to support administrators and coaches.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner
  • Explore the 14 research-based Building Thinking Classrooms practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into genuine cognitive engagement, ensuring equitable access to grade-level content for all students, including multilingual and neurodiverse learners
  • Gain resources and tools that will help you build capacity while supporting your educators’ implementation journey

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 12/4/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 33 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Leaders Supporting Building Thinking Classrooms (Option 5 - 12/5/24)

***For Administrators and Coaches Only***

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, for an interactive, collaborative workshop designed to support administrators and coaches.

  • Experience a thinking classroom as a learner
  • Explore the 14 research-based Building Thinking Classrooms practices that shift your students’ non-thinking behaviors (slacking, stalling, faking, and mimicking) into genuine cognitive engagement, ensuring equitable access to grade-level content for all students, including multilingual and neurodiverse learners
  • Gain resources and tools that will help you build capacity while supporting your educators’ implementation journey

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 12/5/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Three: Refining Thinking Classrooms (Option 2 - 12/9/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators & Coaches who have attended Part One and Part Two of this series OR a summer intensive OR have read Chapters 1-11 and are implementing those practices and want to refine them. ***This is not for beginners.

Join Chelsea McClellan, Math Specialist, as we focus on refining your thinking classroom culture, connections to curriculum, & closure by revisiting Chapters 9, 10, and 11.

  • Experience math tasks as a learner
  • Refine practices 9-11 that keep your students thinking and retaining learning
  • Practice Consolidation by Selecting, Sequencing, & Seeding a Divergent Task
  • Fine-tune your SEL-embedded practices that enhance student belonging and motivation
  • Build your understanding of Thin-Slicing by reordering sets of tasks by type
  • Explore Centers and Activities that can provide opportunities to extend thinking and build fluency while allowing you time to address and front-load unfinished learning

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 12/9/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 23 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Four: Focus on Assessment (Option 1 - 12/10/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators who have implemented Ch. 1-12 OR Coaches & Leadership who are supporting this implementation 

Join Chelsea McClellan, as we focus on assessment and transferring collective knowing and doing to individual understanding by focusing on Chapters 13 & 14.

  • Experience curricular math tasks as a learner
  • Extend and refine the Launch, Body, and Closure by viewing and responding to videos of thinking classrooms in action
  • Explore Navigation Tools as you consider the why, what, when, and how of crafting and providing each of your students a map of where they are and where they are going
  • Elevate Formative Assessment so that all students have equitable access to the content and competencies of their grade level standards
  • Gain valuable resources including examples of Navigation and Grading Tools

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 12/10/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 17 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Four: Focus on Assessment (Option 2 - 12/11/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators who have implemented Ch. 1-12 OR Coaches & Leadership who are supporting this implementation 

Join Chelsea McClellan, as we focus on assessment and transferring collective knowing and doing to individual understanding by focusing on Chapters 13 & 14.

  • Experience curricular math tasks as a learner
  • Extend and refine the Launch, Body, and Closure by viewing and responding to videos of thinking classrooms in action
  • Explore Navigation Tools as you consider the why, what, when, and how of crafting and providing each of your students a map of where they are and where they are going
  • Elevate Formative Assessment so that all students have equitable access to the content and competencies of their grade level standards
  • Gain valuable resources including examples of Navigation and Grading Tools

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 12/11/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 31 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Four: Focus on Assessment (Option 3 - 12/12/24)

Audience: TK-12 Educators who have implemented Ch. 1-12 OR Coaches & Leadership who are supporting this implementation 

Join Chelsea McClellan, as we focus on assessment and transferring collective knowing and doing to individual understanding by focusing on Chapters 13 & 14.

  • Experience curricular math tasks as a learner
  • Extend and refine the Launch, Body, and Closure by viewing and responding to videos of thinking classrooms in action
  • Explore Navigation Tools as you consider the why, what, when, and how of crafting and providing each of your students a map of where they are and where they are going
  • Elevate Formative Assessment so that all students have equitable access to the content and competencies of their grade level standards
  • Gain valuable resources including examples of Navigation and Grading Tools

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 12/12/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 35 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

CALPADS Watch Party & Networking

LEA Administrators and CALPADS Administrators are encouraged to attend the CALPADS Network together where we will share resources to support data quality and learn more about how CALPADS data impacts accountability.

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Starts: 2/4/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Library
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Four: Focus on Assessment (Option 4 - 3/25/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators who have implemented Ch. 1-12 OR Coaches & Leadership who are supporting this implementation 

Join Chelsea McClellan, as we focus on assessment and transferring collective knowing and doing to individual understanding by focusing on Chapters 13 & 14.

  • Experience curricular math tasks as a learner
  • Extend and refine the Launch, Body, and Closure by viewing and responding to videos of thinking classrooms in action
  • Explore Navigation Tools as you consider the why, what, when, and how of crafting and providing each of your students a map of where they are and where they are going
  • Elevate Formative Assessment so that all students have equitable access to the content and competencies of their grade level standards
  • Gain valuable resources including examples of Navigation and Grading Tools

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 3/25/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 1 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Four: Focus on Assessment (Option 5 - 3/26/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators who have implemented Ch. 1-12 OR Coaches & Leadership who are supporting this implementation 

Join Chelsea McClellan, as we focus on assessment and transferring collective knowing and doing to individual understanding by focusing on Chapters 13 & 14.

  • Experience curricular math tasks as a learner
  • Extend and refine the Launch, Body, and Closure by viewing and responding to videos of thinking classrooms in action
  • Explore Navigation Tools as you consider the why, what, when, and how of crafting and providing each of your students a map of where they are and where they are going
  • Elevate Formative Assessment so that all students have equitable access to the content and competencies of their grade level standards
  • Gain valuable resources including examples of Navigation and Grading Tools

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 3/26/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 25 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

Building Thinking Classrooms Part Four: Focus on Assessment (Option 6 - 3/27/25)

Audience: TK-12 Educators who have implemented Ch. 1-12 OR Coaches & Leadership who are supporting this implementation 

Join Chelsea McClellan, as we focus on assessment and transferring collective knowing and doing to individual understanding by focusing on Chapters 13 & 14.

  • Experience curricular math tasks as a learner
  • Extend and refine the Launch, Body, and Closure by viewing and responding to videos of thinking classrooms in action
  • Explore Navigation Tools as you consider the why, what, when, and how of crafting and providing each of your students a map of where they are and where they are going
  • Elevate Formative Assessment so that all students have equitable access to the content and competencies of their grade level standards
  • Gain valuable resources including examples of Navigation and Grading Tools

 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

8:30 am - 9:00 am registration and breakfast. Lunch will be served 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

You can register with a Purchase Order even if you do not have one in place just yet. Please complete all the payment information fields and enter "Pending" for the Purchase Order number. We will bill your district unless you contact us to cancel your session. Contact Amanda Wirz (awirz@scoe.net) for more questions.

 

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Starts: 3/27/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $200
Location: DPMEC
Mather Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 34 open seats left
Class Size: 35 seats

CALPADS Watch Party & Networking

LEA Administrators and CALPADS Administrators are encouraged to attend the CALPADS Network together where we will share resources to support data quality and learn more about how CALPADS data impacts accountability.

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Starts: 4/8/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: DPMEC
Board Room
10474 Mather Blvd.
Mather CA 95655
Status: 30 open seats left
Class Size: 30 seats

SEL and Academic Integration Summer Workshops

This workshop is intended for any PK-12th grade teacher in Sacramento County. Content will be differentiated by grade level and content area as appropriate. School leaders, instructional coaches, counselors, and social workers may attend if space is available, as this workshop is geared towards classroom teachers.

This engaging two-day workshop will set you up for success with SEL and Academic Integration in the next school year. You will come together with colleagues from across the county to deepen SEL and equity foundations and experience dynamic activities that are designed to deepen your adult SEL and also be applied in your classroom. Most importantly, you will gain access to a teacher-created bank of activities and lessons, differentiated by grade level and content area, that will help you to easily and effectively integrate social and emotional learning into your academic content.

Dates/Times: We are offering four 2-day workshops to choose from:

  • June 13th-14th- SCOE Conference Center 

  • June 18th-19th- SCOE Board Room

  • July 30th-31st- SCOE Mather Room

  • August 7th-8th- SCOE Mather Room

*Please choose ONE session, and plan to attend both days. Sessions will run from 8:30am-2pm on both days, with a half hour lunch break. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided

 

 

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Starts: 6/13/2024
Sessions: 3
Pricing: $0
Location: SCOE DPMEC & CONFERENCE CENTER


Status: 92 open seats left
Class Size: 192 seats

Professional Development with Dora Dome

Join us for four workshop opportunities!

The sessions on Wednesday, October 23, 2024 and Wednesday, March 5, 2025 will cover a wide range of topics including Student Discipline Basics, Expulsion Rehabilitation Plans and Readmission, and a brief overview of Title IX.

The session on Thursday, October 24, 2024 and Thursday, March 5, 2025 will be a deeper dive into Special Education and Title IX as they relate to Education Code and legislation.

These sessions are designed for site administrators and district leaders looking to grow their understanding and practices to decrease exclusionary practices.

**Participants are welcome to attend one or both sessions. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Dora Dome’s book, The Student Discipline Resource Binder will be provided for participants at the October 23, 2024 and March 4, 2025 sessions.**

Space is limited! Don’t miss out. Register today!

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Starts: 10/23/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location: SCOE Locations


Status: 98 open seats left
Class Size: 100 seats

Joyful Literacy Institute - BY INVITATION ONLY

This three-day Joyful Literacy Institute focuses on joyful and evidence-based language and literacy learning for children in PK-1st grade. Participants will engage with colleagues to learn a week-long interactive read aloud routine using culturally affirming storybooks designed to support children’s development of oral language, listening/reading comprehension, writing, creative expression, and social-emotional skills. Participants will also learn how to teach and assess foundational literacy skills in joyful and inclusive ways. 

Institute content includes California’s new Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten Learning Foundations (PTKLF) and P-3 Learning Progressions, K-3 Literacy and English Language Development Standards, and English Language Arts/English Language Development Framework. Meaningful family engagement with home-school activity guides in English and Spanish is promoted. Participants will be provided with children's trade books, lesson plans, and many resources to cultivate joy, creativity, and literacy development with young children.

Featuring Minh Lê, author of Drawn Together.

Learning Objectives

Participants will learn how to --

  1. support a wide range of development and learning needs through joyful, evidenced-based literacy practices using culturally and linguistically affirming storybooks
  2. plan and implement joyful, evidenced-based literacy practices anchored in repeated interactive read aloud routines, vocabulary instruction, and creative writing
  3. assess children’s foundational literacy skills and use assessment data to provide instruction that responds to children’s strengths and needs
  4. strengthen family-school/program literacy partnerships through shared understanding of Joyful Literacy techniques

Participants who complete the 3-day professional learning will receive a $600.00 stipend for full participation (three day attendance), children's books, and teaching materials.

Stipend information and W-9 upload

All participants are required to complete this form: https://forms.gle/xqEqasAM3mQ7sV58A

Whether or not you are requesting a stipend, participants must complete the form.

You may download a W-9 form athttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qdj_EVhGM13ZYsIg_hjKN-tNI-rVjrKu/view. Please complete lines 1, 5, and 6, enter your social security number, sign and date the form.  Your address should be where you would like your stipend to be sent.

Teams of PreK to 1st grade teachers and administrators encouraged to attend.

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Starts: 6/25/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: Serna Center
5735 47th Avenue
Sacramento CA 95824
Status: 52 open seats left
Class Size: 200 seats

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2024-2025 Community Schools Launch for the Capitol Area R-TAC

This event launches the 2024-2025 year of community school innovation for all grantees and interested LEAs in the Capitol Area region. This full day session for county, district and school teams and individuals will include networking, content, role-alike groups, planning time, and orientation to the full set of R-TAC supports. Come with ideas, expertise and questions. Leave with connections, understanding and inspiration for the year end. 

 

Date: September 12th, 2024

Time: 9:00am-3:00pm (in-person) 

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Starts: 9/12/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 100 open seats left
Class Size: 100 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 1 out of 9

Family Partnerships and

Engagement Strategies

 

In this session we apply Dr. Karen Mapp's framework for family-school collabration, explore strategies from "Unlocking the How" and prioritize authentic family partnerships. 

 

Date: Wednesday, September 18th, 2024 

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 9/18/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

2024-25 Attendance and Engagement Network Meetings

These Network meetings are designed for district teams leading Attendance and Engagement work. Each Network meeting builds upon another. We encourage you to select a team that can attend all three sessions.

 

8:30 am - 9:00 am - Breakfast Social and Networking

9:00 am - 11:30 am - Network Meeting

 

Location: TBD

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Starts: 9/19/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 95 open seats left
Class Size: 100 seats

COE Network for Community Schools - Session 1 out of 5

Opportunities for County Office of Education team members to learn about state/regional updates, gather and share tools/resources, network and collabrate. 

It is highly reccomended but not required to attend all sessions. 

 

 

Date: September 19th, 2024 

Time: 9:00am-2:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 9/19/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

Counselor Community of Practice Meetings

Join us for the 2024 - 2025 Counselor Community of Practice Meetings!

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Starts: 9/23/2024
Sessions: 4
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 57 open seats left
Class Size: 60 seats

Teaching and Learning in Community Classrooms - Session 1 of 8

What’s the Why:

See it in Action

 

Why is it imperative that the teaching and learning environment transforms in a Community School? In this session we will examine the framework, begin to unpack the how and dig into the ways to center Community Schools practices across initiatives. 

 

Date:  Wednesday, September 25th, 2024 

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm (in-person)

 

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Starts: 9/25/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 3 out of 9

Empathy Interviews:

The Power of Listening

 

Empathy interviews foster understanding through active listening, promoting meaningful connectiond and uncovering insights for effective problem-solving and collabration. 

 

Date: Wednesday, November 12th, 2024

Time: 9:00-12:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 11/12/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

COE Network for Community Schools - Session 2 out of 5

Opportunities for County Office of Education team members to learn about state/regional updates, gather and share tools/resources, network and collabrate. 

It is highly reccomended but not required to attend all sessions. 

 

 

Date: November 21st, 2024

Time: 9:00am-2:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 11/21/2024
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

COE Network for Community Schools - Session 3 out of 5

Opportunities for County Office of Education team members to learn about state/regional updates, gather and share tools/resources, network and collabrate. 

It is highly reccomended but not required to attend all sessions. 

 

 

Date: January 16th, 2025

Time: 9:00am-2:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 1/16/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 5 out of 9

Be Strong Families:

Parent Cafe 

 

Learn about Parent Cafe - a supportative space where caregivers discuss parenting, family well-being, and community connections, fostering supporte relationships and learning. 

 

Date: Wednesday, January 22nd, 2025

Time: 12:30-4:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 1/22/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 6 out of 8

Inclusive Decision Making

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence of Community Schools implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: March 6th, 2025

Time: 9:30-11:30am (in-person)

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Starts: 3/6/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

COE Network for Community Schools - Session 4 out of 5

Opportunities for County Office of Education team members to learn about state/regional updates, gather and share tools/resources, network and collabrate. 

It is highly reccomended but not required to attend all sessions. 

 

 

Date: March 27th, 2025

Time: 9:00am-2:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 3/27/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats

Learning Together: A Community for Site Level Leads - Session 7 out of 8

The Power of Partnerships

(and Resource Fair)

 

Sessions aligned with the scope and sequence of Community Schools implementation, consultation around problems of practice, and community building. 

 

Date: Aprill 10th, 2025

Time: 9:00am-3:00pm (in-person) 

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Starts: 4/10/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

Building Bridges: Strengthening Family and Community Partnerships - Session 9 out of 9

Reflect and Plan

 

Reflecting and planning for the year to come is essential for setting goals, identifying areas for growth, and strategizing ways to improve outcomes and experiences for both students and stakeholders.

 

Date: Wednesday, May 7th, 2025 

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 5/7/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size: 40 seats

COE Network for Community Schools - Session 5 out of 5

Opportunities for County Office of Education team members to learn about state/regional updates, gather and share tools/resources, network and collabrate. 

It is highly reccomended but not required to attend all sessions. 

 

 

Date: May 22nd, 2025

Time: 9:00am-2:00pm (in-person)

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Starts: 5/22/2025
Sessions: 0
Pricing: $0
Location: TBD


Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size: 20 seats