California Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (CASCD)
The California Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (CASCD) is a diverse community of educators throughout California committed to promoting exemplary practices that ensure all learners reach their fullest potential.
ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
FOR CALIFORNIA ASCD
A golden opportunity to work from home while keeping connected to California's fast-paced educational community, collaborate with schools to personalize Professional Development as a partner with an international educational organization.
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TRAUMA INFORMED SCHOOLS
In meeting the needs of the Whole Child, schools, teachers and educator preparation programs continue to evolve their practices to address the reality of how trauma impacts children as people and as learners. In this issue, we offer a collection of original articles, videos and tools created by pioneering voices addressing this significant challenge. We hope these resources help frame the issue for you as you continue to learn, teach and lead. See more quality ASCD resources on this topic here.
Interested in digging deeper? Feel free to contact this issue’s contributing subject matter experts directly! Their contact information is included with each article.
Have valuable, original contributions you’d like to add to this theme? Want to offer feedback on this issue?
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California ASCD seeks to provide a constant and engaged community for educator ideas, growth, learning, and collaboration, particularly as we face challenging contexts unique to our state.
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CASCD members are active and involved in the changing face of education. Join CASCD and become empowered with innovative solutions to support the success of all learners.
We encourage all interested members to take advantage of opportunities for engagement with CASCD.CASCD strives to exist as a vibrant and active network where anyone who cares about quality teaching, leading and learning is welcome and can find meaningful ways to engage. Our members frequently volunteer to host workshops and institutes at their schools, serve on committees, produce newsletter articles or webinars, and serve the Association in a variety of ways. If you are a CASCD member and would like an opportunity for greater involvement, speak with a Board Member or our Executive Director, Kathleen McCreery at 916-206-8103, about opportunities.
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ASCD Exclusive Webinar with the CDC
Title: Leading Schools During the Coronavirus
Crisis: Short-Term Steps
Date: Thursday, March 26, 2020
Time: 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Duration: 1 hour
Join ASCD and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for this webinar focusing on steps for leading schools during the COVID-19 crisis. This webinar will focus on immediate and short-term steps that schools and educators should be considering with regard to student and staff physical health, school closures, remote learning, and ensuring well-being across all learning communities. This webinar will use the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model (WSCC) jointly developed and released by ASCD and the CDC as its frame.
ASCD is proud to be able to make this resource available to its members and subscribers. For more information on ASCD, please visit our website www.ascd.org.
About the Presenters:
Sean Slade, Sr. Director of Global Outreach ASCD
Sean Slade is the Senior Director of Global Outreach at ASCD, focusing on promoting and expanding the ASCD Whole Child approach across the United States and globally.
During his nearly three decades in education, spanning 5 countries and 4 continents, Slade has spoken and written extensively on topics related to the whole child and health and well-being, and he has been at the forefront of promoting and using school climate, connectedness, resilience, and a youth development focus for school improvement.
Sarah Lee, Team Lead, Research Application & Evaluation School Health Branch, Division of Population Health, CDC
Sarah Lee is team lead for the Research Application and Evaluation Team, with the School Health Branch, Division of Population Health at the CDC. Her team focuses on chronic disease prevention and management in schools. Sarah provides scientific expertise and leadership on pertinent documents, surveillance systems, and CDC school health programs relating to youth physical activity, nutrition, obesity prevention, school health services, and out of school time. Sarah is author of the Physical Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (PECAT), Guidelines for Schools to Promote Lifelong Healthy Eating and Physical Activity, and the Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program Guide, and is a co-author of many CDC publications on health and academic achievement. She is currently serving on the COVID-19 response within the Community Intervention Task Force that is responsible for creating guidance to communities.