California ASCD and Yolo County Office of Education present:
C3-California State Standards
Cadre-North: Creating Access for ALL Students
with Presenter Sue Z. Beers
6 Dates: Thursday, October 26, 2017, Friday, October 27, 2017, Tuesday, December 5, 2017, Friday, January 26, 2018, Thursday, March 15, 2018 and Friday, March 16, 2018 (Registration includes 6 days of workshops, webinars, digital support, sharing of materials and resources.) It is imperative that participants commit to all sessions over the one-year project.
Hosted by: Yolo County Office of Education
Location: 1280 Santa Anita Court, Woodland, CA 95776
Time: 8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.
Six Day In-depth Experience for Teachers, Instructional Staff and Administrators:
The California State Standards Cadre is an intensive 1-year professional development experience, designed to provide participants with deep knowledge and experience in implementing the CSS with high levels of quality and rigor. Training will go into depth on various aspects of CSS implementation and instructional design. C-3 CSS Cadre members will be formed into cadres or networks of job-alike groups to gain a deep understanding of the standards and how they can become embedded in instructional practice in classrooms.
- The goal is to build internal capacity in schools and districts by creating in-house expertise to model, deliver and monitor successful implementation of the CSS.
- The project will span 1 year with five or six face-to-face sessions and digital contents between sessions.
- Sessions will be hands-on and interactive. Participants will be asked to reflect on, build and share their understanding of the CSS and its instructional shifts.
- Networking systems among participants will be built in order to share work and increase the quality and quantity of work produced. Webinars and cohorts will support the work between sessions.
- Learning from the sessions will be implemented in the classroom for piloting, feedback and refinement. These classroom experiences will also provide observation opportunities for staff members not in the cadre training.
During her 35 year career in education, Sue Z. Beers has been a middle and high school teacher, technology coordinator, and school administrator. She is currently the Director of the Mid-Iowa School Improvement Consortium, which serves over 160 schools and districts in Iowa. Sue has worked with over 400 school districts in the areas of secondary reading strategies, effective teaching, 21st century learning, curriculum mapping, instructional coaching, student assessment and school improvement.