ASCD California

Upcoming Professional Development Events

Coming up

    • 09/17/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Fresno County Superintendent of Schools, 1111 Van Ness Ave., Conference Room 101T, Fresno, CA 93721
    Register
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    California ASCD and Fresno County Superintendent of Schools present:

    9/17/18 Trauma Informed Practice:  

    Fostering Resilient Learners - LEVEL 1

                             "Forever Changed Not Forever Damaged" 

      with Presenter Kristin Souers, MA LMHC

    Monday, September 17, 2018

    Hosted by: Fresno County Superintendent of Schools
    Location: 1111 Van Ness Ave., Conference Room 101T, Fresno, CA  93721
    8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.  

    Level 1/Day 1

    This day (September 17th) is for first time participants!

    Level 2/Day 2

    Sign up for Day 2 (September 18th) for additional, in-depth content at the member discount if attendance at a Level 1 workshop.

    Workshop Description: 

    Trauma is real, and it is more prevalent than we might believe.  In this engaging, relevant, and practical session, learn from childhood trauma expert Kristin Souers (lead author of "Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for creating a trauma-sensitive classroom") about the importance of trauma informed practices in the school setting.  Participants will be introduced to and provided with opportunities to reflect on information centered around the role that trauma plays in the school environment; the importance of self-awareness and regulation and strategies to support these in the school setting; the power of relationships and the role they play in the establishment and maintenance of school safety; and the importance of self-care and the need for the professionals to have tools and strategies to support their own health.  This professional development experience will emphasize strength-based approaches to use with students, families, fellow faculty, school personnel, and community members.   

     Intended Professional Learning Outcomes:

    • Participants will deepen their understanding of the prevalence of childhood trauma and the impact of trauma and toxic stress on learning and development.
    • Participants will explore multiple strategies for education staff and community members to utilize with children with (known and unknown) trauma histories—helping to sustain learning-ready states.
    • Participants will collaborate to identify best practices associated with trauma-informed care that they can implement into their workplace settings.
    • Participants will reflect on how this information impacts their role and their overall health, collecting several suggestions for self-care and self-awareness.  

    Discussion Topics: 

    • What Does It Mean to be Trauma Informed?
    • Impact of Trauma on Learning and Graduation Rate
    • Strategies for Staff and Community
    • Self-Care and Awareness
    • Best Practice
    Comments from her 10/30/17 workshop hosted by Tulare COE in Visalia:
    • Great Presenter and so knowledgeable! Extremely enthusiastic!  Presenter was awesome!
    • She provided practical advice for the classroom - illustrated the upstairs and downstairs brain. A deeper understanding of what it means to be trauma informed and understanding difficult students
    • She presented the 3 R's, videos and finding the base line and good content.  Helpful and great explanation and ideas on how and why to reconnect with students
    • Great strategies to help students self-regulate
    • The validation of the importance of creating safe learning environments while meeting the needs of our students with trauma
    • Understanding behaviors as attempts to solve a problem that becomes the basis of empowerment. Very positive view on teaching behavior
    • Kristin is a fabulous presenter, she is the real deal-EVERY educator should have the privilege of hearing Kristin’s message to support all students

    Workshop Presenter:                     

    Kristin Souers: For over two decades, she has dedicated herself to the improvement of people’s lives. As a licensed mental health counselor, she has provided counseling services to individuals, couples, and families.  With a history of working in the fields of early learning, law enforcement, education, and mental health, she has been able to develop an extensive knowledge base.  This, partnered with her expertise in complex trauma, the impact of violence, crisis management, counseling, and trauma-informed practices in a multitude of settings.  As an independent consultant and adjunct faculty member at the Gonzaga University School of Education in the Counseling Dept., Kristin now provides critical professional development, consultation, education and training services to schools, school districts, and organizations throughout the country.  She has presented to hundreds of audiences, facilitated group learning, supervised internships, directed programs, and supported the learning and growth of countless educators, caregiving professionals, and other individuals.

    The award-winning Publication, “Fostering Resilient Learners:  Strategies for Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Classroom”  (ASCD 2016) and many articles published in education journals, her most recent “Responding with Care to Students Facing Trauma”, (December 2017/January 2018) have strengthened Kristin’s impact in education.                                              


    • 09/18/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Double Tree by Hilton, Sequoia Room, 2233 Ventura St., Fresno, CA 93721
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    California ASCD and Fresno County Superintendent of Schools  present:

    9/18/18 - LEVEL 2 -  

    Fostering a Trauma Sensitive Learning Environment

       with Presenter Kristin Souers, MA LMHC

    "Forever Changed Not Forever Damaged"

    Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    Hosted by: Fresno County Superintendent of Schools
    Location: Double Tree by Hilton, Sequoia Room, 2233 Ventura St., Fresno,  CA  93721
    8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.  

    Level 2/Day 2:  This workshop is for those who have attended Level 1/Day 1 (previously, or on September 17th) and are interested in additional, in-depth content.  Please contact cascd@cascd.org for required pre-approval to possibly attend Level 2 without having attended Level 1.

    "All too often, we reduce students to their experiences and make decisions about their capabilities based on those experiences.  Changing our focus enables us to concentrate on nurturing the whole child and creating trauma-sensitive learning environments for all students.  - "Fostering Resilient Learners" by Kristin Souers and Pete Hall, page 16.

    Workshop Description: 

    Trauma is real, and it is more prevalent than we might believe.  In this engaging, relevant, and practical session, learn from childhood trauma expert Kristin Souers (lead author of "Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for creating a trauma-sensitive classroom") about the importance of trauma informed practices in the school setting.  Participants will be introduced to and provided with opportunities to reflect on information centered around the role that trauma plays in the school environment; the importance of self-awareness and regulation and strategies to support these in the school setting; the power of relationships and the role they play in the establishment and maintenance of school safety; and the importance of self-care and the need for the professionals to have tools and strategies to support their own health.  This professional development experience will emphasize strength-based approaches to use with students, families, fellow faculty, school personnel, and community members.   

     Intended Professional Learning Outcomes:

    • Participants will deepen their understanding of the prevalence of childhood trauma and the impact of trauma and toxic stress on learning and development.
    • Participants will explore multiple strategies for education staff and community members to utilize with children with (known and unknown) trauma histories—helping to sustain learning-ready states.
    • Participants will collaborate to identify best practices associated with trauma-informed care that they can implement into their workplace settings.
    • Participants will reflect on how this information impacts their role and their overall health, collecting several suggestions for self-care and self-awareness.  

    Discussion Topics: 

    • What Does It Mean to be Trauma Informed?
    • Impact of Trauma on Learning and Graduation Rate
    • Strategies for Staff and Community
    • Self-Care and Awareness
    • Best Practice
    Comments from her 10/30/17 workshop hosted by Tulare COE in Visalia:
    • Great Presenter and so knowledgeable! Extremely enthusiastic!  Presenter was awesome!
    • She provided practical advice for the classroom - illustrated the upstairs and downstairs brain. A deeper understanding of what it means to be trauma informed and understanding difficult students
    • She presented the 3 R's, videos and finding the base line and good content.  Helpful and great explanation and ideas on how and why to reconnect with students
    • Great strategies to help students self-regulate
    • The validation of the importance of creating safe learning environments while meeting the needs of our students with trauma
    • Understanding behaviors as attempts to solve a problem that becomes the basis of empowerment. Very positive view on teaching behavior
    • Kristin is a fabulous presenter, she is the real deal-EVERY educator should have the privilege of hearing Kristin’s message to support all students

    Workshop Presenter:                     

    Kristin Souers, MA LMHC: For over two decades, she has dedicated herself to the improvement of people’s lives. As a licensed mental health counselor, she has provided counseling services to individuals, couples, and families.  With a history of working in the fields of early learning, law enforcement, education, and mental health, she has been able to develop an extensive knowledge base.  This, partnered with her expertise in complex trauma, the impact of violence, crisis management, counseling, and trauma-informed practices in a multitude of settings.  As an independent consultant and adjunct faculty member at the Gonzaga University School of Education in the Counseling Dept., Kristin now provides critical professional development, consultation, education and training services to schools, school districts, and organizations throughout the country.  She has presented to hundreds of audiences, facilitated group learning, supervised internships, directed programs, and supported the learning and growth of countless educators, caregiving professionals, and other individuals.

    The award-winning Publication, “Fostering Resilient Learners:  Strategies for Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Classroom”  (ASCD 2016) and many articles published in education journals, her most recent “Responding with Care to Students Facing Trauma”, (December 2017/January 2018) have strengthened Kristin’s impact in education.  

     

                               


    • 10/16/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Charter Oak USD, Royal Oak Middle School Library, 303 S. Glendora Ave., Covina, CA 91724
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    California ASCD and Charter Oak Unified School District present:

    10/16/18 Tools for Classroom Instruction That Works:  Classroom-Ready Techniques for Increasing Student Achievement

      with Presenter Cheryl Abla, M.A. 

    Registration Includes Lunch

    Tuesday, October 16, 2018

    Hosted by: Charter Oak Unified School District
    Location: Royal Oak Middle School Library, 303 S. Glendora Ave.,  CA  91724
    8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.  

    Workshop Description: 

    Aligned with McREL's renowned Classroom Instruction That Works strategies and framework, this 1-day workshop is an intensive learning and planning session for classroom teachers, instructional coaches, teacher mentors, principals and assistant principals, and district/county professional development leaders. 

     Participants will learn:

    • Nine categories of instructional strategies that research shows have the strongest connections to higher levels of student learning and success.
    • Specific instructional strategies, activities, and tools that create a classroom environment for learning that allows students to flourish.
    • Specific instructional strategies, activities, and tools that help students develop understanding of new content and concepts.
    • Specific instructional strategies, activities, and tools that help students extend and apply their knowledge to other situations and challenges.
    • Tech tools teachers can use that promote engaging and meaningful learning.

    Comments from an Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services, Southern California:

    • "Cheryl Abla possesses a unique gift!  In essence, she is able to genuinely speak to educators from all levels.  Her knowledge and approach are so invaluable that we continue to invite her back to our district so that she can continue to help us grow.  As students are our number one priority, Cheryl Abla is student-centered and all educators should have the pleasure of learning from her."

    Workshop Presenter:                     

    Cheryl Abla, MA, believes deeply in all students' capacity to achieve at high levels and is passionate about helping educators use their full potential to make a positive impact on students.  At McREL International, Cheryl trains and coaches K-12 teachers and school leaders on effective instructional strategies, problem-based learning, classroom technology, teacher coaching, English-language-learner supports, and creating engaging school cultures and climates.  Prior to joining McREL, she taught grades 1-12 for over twenty years; served as a national facilitator for the FACES, Inc. charter education program; and was the director of both a Parents as Teachers district program and a Migrant Education Even Start district program.  Drawing on her extensive and diverse classroom experience, she has presented at educational conferences around the United States and the Pacific.  She has authored several articles for McREL's "Changing Schools Magazine" and is a co-author of "Tools for Classroom Instruction that Works".

     

                                     


    • 10/25/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Yolo County Office of Education, 1280 Santa Anita Court, Woodland, CA 95776
    Register
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    California ASCD and Yolo County Office of Education present:

    10/25/18 Trauma Informed Practice:  

    Fostering Resilient Learners - LEVEL 1

                             "Forever Changed Not Forever Damaged" 

      with Presenter Kristin Souers, MA LMHC

    Thursday, October 25, 2018

    Hosted by: Yolo County of Education
    Location: 1280 Santa Anita Court, Woodland,  CA  95776
    8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.  

    Level 1/Day 1

    This day (October 25th) is for first time participants!

    Level 2/Day 2

    Sign up for Day 2 (October 26th) for additional, in-depth content at the member discount if attendance at a Level 1 workshop.

    Workshop Description: 

    Trauma is real, and it is more prevalent than we might believe.  In this engaging, relevant, and practical session, learn from childhood trauma expert Kristin Souers (lead author of "Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for creating a trauma-sensitive classroom") about the importance of trauma informed practices in the school setting.  Participants will be introduced to and provided with opportunities to reflect on information centered around the role that trauma plays in the school environment; the importance of self-awareness and regulation and strategies to support these in the school setting; the power of relationships and the role they play in the establishment and maintenance of school safety; and the importance of self-care and the need for the professionals to have tools and strategies to support their own health.  This professional development experience will emphasize strength-based approaches to use with students, families, fellow faculty, school personnel, and community members.   

     Intended Professional Learning Outcomes:

    • Participants will deepen their understanding of the prevalence of childhood trauma and the impact of trauma and toxic stress on learning and development.
    • Participants will explore multiple strategies for education staff and community members to utilize with children with (known and unknown) trauma histories—helping to sustain learning-ready states.
    • Participants will collaborate to identify best practices associated with trauma-informed care that they can implement into their workplace settings.
    • Participants will reflect on how this information impacts their role and their overall health, collecting several suggestions for self-care and self-awareness.  

    Discussion Topics: 

    • What Does It Mean to be Trauma Informed?
    • Impact of Trauma on Learning and Graduation Rate
    • Strategies for Staff and Community
    • Self-Care and Awareness
    • Best Practice
    Comments from her 10/30/17 workshop hosted by Tulare COE in Visalia:
    • Great Presenter and so knowledgeable! Extremely enthusiastic!  Presenter was awesome!
    • She provided practical advice for the classroom - illustrated the upstairs and downstairs brain. A deeper understanding of what it means to be trauma informed and understanding difficult students
    • She presented the 3 R's, videos and finding the base line and good content.  Helpful and great explanation and ideas on how and why to reconnect with students
    • Great strategies to help students self-regulate
    • The validation of the importance of creating safe learning environments while meeting the needs of our students with trauma
    • Understanding behaviors as attempts to solve a problem that becomes the basis of empowerment. Very positive view on teaching behavior
    • Kristin is a fabulous presenter, she is the real deal-EVERY educator should have the privilege of hearing Kristin’s message to support all students

    Workshop Presenter:                     

    Kristin Souers: For over two decades, she has dedicated herself to the improvement of people’s lives. As a licensed mental health counselor, she has provided counseling services to individuals, couples, and families.  With a history of working in the fields of early learning, law enforcement, education, and mental health, she has been able to develop an extensive knowledge base.  This, partnered with her expertise in complex trauma, the impact of violence, crisis management, counseling, and trauma-informed practices in a multitude of settings.  As an independent consultant and adjunct faculty member at the Gonzaga University School of Education in the Counseling Dept., Kristin now provides critical professional development, consultation, education and training services to schools, school districts, and organizations throughout the country.  She has presented to hundreds of audiences, facilitated group learning, supervised internships, directed programs, and supported the learning and growth of countless educators, caregiving professionals, and other individuals.

    The award-winning Publication, “Fostering Resilient Learners:  Strategies for Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Classroom”  (ASCD 2016) and many articles published in education journals, her most recent “Responding with Care to Students Facing Trauma”, (December 2017/January 2018) have strengthened Kristin’s impact in education.                                              


    • 10/26/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Yolo County Office of Education, 1280 Santa Anita Court, Woodland, CA 95776
    Register
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    California ASCD and Yolo County Office of Education present:

    10/26/18 - LEVEL 2 -  

    Fostering a Trauma Sensitive Learning Environment

       with Presenter Kristin Souers, MA LMHC

    "Forever Changed Not Forever Damaged"

    Friday, October 26, 2018

    Hosted by: Yolo County Office of Education
    Location: 1280 Santa Anita Court,  Woodland,  CA  95776
    8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.  

    Level 2/Day 2:  This workshop is for those who have attended Level 1/Day 1 (previously, or on October 25th) and are interested in additional, in-depth content.  Please contact cascd@cascd.org for required pre-approval to possibly attend Level 2 without having attended Level 1.

    "All too often, we reduce students to their experiences and make decisions about their capabilities based on those experiences.  Changing our focus enables us to concentrate on nurturing the whole child and creating trauma-sensitive learning environments for all students.  - "Fostering Resilient Learners" by Kristin Souers and Pete Hall, page 16.

    Workshop Description: 

    Trauma is real, and it is more prevalent than we might believe.  In this engaging, relevant, and practical session, learn from childhood trauma expert Kristin Souers (lead author of "Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for creating a trauma-sensitive classroom") about the importance of trauma informed practices in the school setting.  Participants will be introduced to and provided with opportunities to reflect on information centered around the role that trauma plays in the school environment; the importance of self-awareness and regulation and strategies to support these in the school setting; the power of relationships and the role they play in the establishment and maintenance of school safety; and the importance of self-care and the need for the professionals to have tools and strategies to support their own health.  This professional development experience will emphasize strength-based approaches to use with students, families, fellow faculty, school personnel, and community members.   

     Intended Professional Learning Outcomes:

    • Participants will deepen their understanding of the prevalence of childhood trauma and the impact of trauma and toxic stress on learning and development.
    • Participants will explore multiple strategies for education staff and community members to utilize with children with (known and unknown) trauma histories—helping to sustain learning-ready states.
    • Participants will collaborate to identify best practices associated with trauma-informed care that they can implement into their workplace settings.
    • Participants will reflect on how this information impacts their role and their overall health, collecting several suggestions for self-care and self-awareness.  

    Discussion Topics: 

    • What Does It Mean to be Trauma Informed?
    • Impact of Trauma on Learning and Graduation Rate
    • Strategies for Staff and Community
    • Self-Care and Awareness
    • Best Practice
    Comments from her 10/30/17 workshop hosted by Tulare COE in Visalia:
    • Great Presenter and so knowledgeable! Extremely enthusiastic!  Presenter was awesome!
    • She provided practical advice for the classroom - illustrated the upstairs and downstairs brain. A deeper understanding of what it means to be trauma informed and understanding difficult students
    • She presented the 3 R's, videos and finding the base line and good content.  Helpful and great explanation and ideas on how and why to reconnect with students
    • Great strategies to help students self-regulate
    • The validation of the importance of creating safe learning environments while meeting the needs of our students with trauma
    • Understanding behaviors as attempts to solve a problem that becomes the basis of empowerment. Very positive view on teaching behavior
    • Kristin is a fabulous presenter, she is the real deal-EVERY educator should have the privilege of hearing Kristin’s message to support all students

    Workshop Presenter:                     

    Kristin Souers, MA LMHC: For over two decades, she has dedicated herself to the improvement of people’s lives. As a licensed mental health counselor, she has provided counseling services to individuals, couples, and families.  With a history of working in the fields of early learning, law enforcement, education, and mental health, she has been able to develop an extensive knowledge base.  This, partnered with her expertise in complex trauma, the impact of violence, crisis management, counseling, and trauma-informed practices in a multitude of settings.  As an independent consultant and adjunct faculty member at the Gonzaga University School of Education in the Counseling Dept., Kristin now provides critical professional development, consultation, education and training services to schools, school districts, and organizations throughout the country.  She has presented to hundreds of audiences, facilitated group learning, supervised internships, directed programs, and supported the learning and growth of countless educators, caregiving professionals, and other individuals.

    The award-winning Publication, “Fostering Resilient Learners:  Strategies for Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Classroom”  (ASCD 2016) and many articles published in education journals, her most recent “Responding with Care to Students Facing Trauma”, (December 2017/January 2018) have strengthened Kristin’s impact in education.  

     

                               


    • 11/01/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Solano County Office of Education, 5100 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA 94534
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    California ASCD and Solano County Office of Education present:

    11/1/18 Tools for Classroom Instruction That Works:  Classroom-Ready Techniques for Increasing Student Achievement

      with Presenter Cheryl Abla, M.A. 

    Registration Includes Lunch

    Thursday, November 1, 2018

    Hosted by: Solano County Office of Education
    Location: 5100 Business Center Drive, Fairfield, CA 94534
    8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.  

    Workshop Description: 

    Aligned with McREL's renowned Classroom Instruction That Works strategies and framework, this 1-day workshop is an intensive learning and planning session for classroom teachers, instructional coaches, teacher mentors, principals and assistant principals, and district/county professional development leaders. 

     Participants will learn:

    • Nine categories of instructional strategies that research shows have the strongest connections to higher levels of student learning and success.
    • Specific instructional strategies, activities, and tools that create a classroom environment for learning that allows students to flourish.
    • Specific instructional strategies, activities, and tools that help students develop understanding of new content and concepts.
    • Specific instructional strategies, activities, and tools that help students extend and apply their knowledge to other situations and challenges.
    • Tech tools teachers can use that promote engaging and meaningful learning.

    Comments from an Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services, Southern California:

    • "Cheryl Abla possesses a unique gift!  In essence, she is able to genuinely speak to educators from all levels.  Her knowledge and approach are so invaluable that we continue to invite her back to our district so that she can continue to help us grow.  As students are our number one priority, Cheryl Abla is student-centered and all educators should have the pleasure of learning from her."

    Workshop Presenter:                     

    Cheryl Abla, MA, believes deeply in all students' capacity to achieve at high levels and is passionate about helping educators use their full potential to make a positive impact on students.  At McREL International, Cheryl trains and coaches K-12 teachers and school leaders on effective instructional strategies, problem-based learning, classroom technology, teacher coaching, English-language-learner supports, and creating engaging school cultures and climates.  Prior to joining McREL, she taught grades 1-12 for over twenty years; served as a national facilitator for the FACES, Inc. charter education program; and was the director of both a Parents as Teachers district program and a Migrant Education Even Start district program.  Drawing on her extensive and diverse classroom experience, she has presented at educational conferences around the United States and the Pacific.  She has authored several articles for McREL's "Changing Schools Magazine" and is a co-author of "Tools for Classroom Instruction that Works".

     

                                     


    • 11/30/2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Orange County Department of Education, D Conference Center, Rooms D1001-3, 200 Kalmus Dr., Costa Mesa, CA 92626
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    California ASCD and Orange County Department of Education present:  

    11/30/18-Essential Instructional Routines to Maximize Speaking 

    and Listening within Designated and Integrated ELD 

    (Grades 3-12)

    with Presenter Kate Kinsella, Ed.D.

    Friday, November 30, 2018
    Hosted by: Orange County Department of Education
    Location: D Conference Center, Rooms D1001-3, 200 Kalmus Drive, Costa Mesa,  CA 92626

    8:30 a.m.— 3:00 p.m. - Registration Includes Lunch 

    Workshop Description: 

    Drawing from research and extensive classroom practice, Dr. Kinsella will focus on a core set of potent instructional routines appropriate for any ELD curriculum, content area, or grade level. Participants, ideally in site-based teams, will leave with extensive practical print and digital resources to support lesson delivery, professional development, and coaching initiatives.

    Participants will learn essential ELD instructional routines including effective ways to:

    • Provide mindful modeling of academic language throughout lesson delivery
    • Engage learners at every English proficiency level in academic discussions
    • Facilitate productive student interaction and collaboration with clear language targets
    • Design and assign response frames that model and scaffold competent communication
    • Encourage thoughtful elaboration and justification during lesson discussions

    WORKSHOP PRESENTER:

    Kate Kinsella, Ed.D. is an adjunct teacher educator at San Francisco State University and a highly-sought after speaker and consultant to school districts and state departments throughout the US regarding development of academic language and literacy across the K-12 subject areas. Her 25 year teaching career focus has been equipping youths from diverse backgrounds with the communication, reading and writing skills to be career and college ready. A consummate “teacher’s teacher”, Dr. Kinsella maintains active K-12 classroom involvement by writing and implementing curriculum, co-teaching lessons, and providing practical mentoring for teachers and instructional coaches. Her extensive publishing record includes articles, chapters, English learners’ dictionaries, English Language development curriculum, and reading intervention programs. She is particularly proud of the research validated and extensively implemented programs she has written to support English learners in making academic strides: READ 180, English 3D, and the Academic Vocabulary Toolkit.


Past events

04/13/2018 Fostering a Trauma Sensitive Learning Environment -LEVEL 2- with Presenter Kristin Souers 4/13/2018
04/12/2018 Trauma Informed Practice: Fostering Resilient Learners-LEVEL 1- with Presenter Kristin Souers 4/12/2018
03/19/2018 Trauma Informed Practice: Fostering Resilient Learners with Presenter Kristin Souers 3/19/2018
03/14/2018 3/14/18-Tools to Support English Learners and Struggling Readers in Constructing Competent Written Responses (Grades 3-10) with Presenter Kate Kinsella, Ed.D.
02/05/2018 2/5/18-Essential Instructional Routines to Maximize Speaking and Listening within Designated and Integrated ELD (Grades 3-12) with Presenter Kate Kinsella, Ed.D.
12/15/2017 Promoting Excellence Through Equity in California Schools with Presenter Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
12/14/2017 Trauma Informed Practice: Fostering Resilient Learners with Presenter Kristin Souers, MA LMHC 12-14-17
11/29/2017 Essential Instructional Routines to Maximize Speaking and Listening within Designated and Integrated ELD with Presenter Kate Kinsella, Ed.D.
10/30/2017 Trauma Informed Practice: Fostering Resilient Learners with Presenter Kristin Souers
05/25/2017 Grading Smarter, Not Harder with Presenter Myron Dueck
04/27/2017 Creating Passionate Learners; presented by Tony Frontier, hosted by Los Angeles County Office of Education,
11/29/2016 Teaching, Leading and Learning in a Digital World
09/28/2016 Preparing EL to Construct Competent CCSS-Aligned Written Responses
08/25/2016 Board of Directors August Meeting

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