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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.

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Workshops with highly sought-after presenter Dr. Kate Kinsella will be offered this winter....

Save the dates: 

January 24, 2020 - Clovis, CA 

January 28, 2020 - Monrovia, CA - Day 1

January 29, 2020 - Monrovia, CA - Day 2

February 6, 2020 - Panama-Buena Vista, CA

Titles and additional details to follow as soon as possible.


ASCD EDADVANTAGE

The Educator resource for ASCD Constituent Communities

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? 

​​Please email them to Walter McKenzie at wmckenzie@ascd.org. Thank you!

​​​​Published June 10, 2019

For other articles please click this link


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.


    Please consider joining us We'd like to extend the offer of a new member special rate of

2 years for the price of 1:  That's a savings of $49.


With membership, you will gain access to these benefits:

  • Bi-monthly Curriculum Feed newsletter
  • E-blasts with state and national educational news
  • Member discounts on cutting-edge workshops 
  • Legislative advocacy
  • Specialized on-line resources
  • Opportunities for meaningful collegial connections

Professional Development Events

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CASCD is excited to feature one of our valuable Corporate Partners...

Lexia Learning!

Lexia Learning is committed to helping all students become proficient readers and confident learners.  Lexia partners with K-12 educators to provide personalized instruction, actionable data, and professional learning to promote student achievement.  Lexia's signature program, Lexia Reading Core5focuses on foundational skill development, the new Lexia PowerUp Literacy supports literacy skills for non-proficient adolescent students, and the  Lexia RAPID Assessment (a partnership with Florida Center for Reading Research) provides an adaptive, computer based 3x/yr. benchmark assessment and screener for skills that are most predictive of reading success.

Website:  https://www.lexialearning.com/

Thank you for your continuing support!  


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Are you a member of California ASCD?

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.

Sign up to become a member or renew your membership today!

GET INVOLVED!

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. 

BUILDING A POSITIVE AND SAFE SCHOOL CULTURE - WEAVING SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING AND CHARACTER DEVELPOMENT INTO THE DAILY FABRIC OF YOUR SCHOOL

A resource packed training built by two of the foremost speakers and facilitators in the country. 

John Norlin and Houston Kraft, designed to create meaningful and sustainable climate & culture change!

September 12, 2019 - Pleasanton, CA Rosewood Commons-Register by 9/1 and save 20% with discount code: cspleasanton

September 24, 2019 So. California:  Location TBD - Register by 9/12 and save 20% with discount code: cscalifornia

October 9, 2019 - Clovis, CA:  Clovis Unified Professional Learning Center-Register by 9/12 and save 20% with discount code: cscalifornia

December 4, 2019 - Yolo, CA:  Yolo COE - Register by 9/12 and save 20% with discount code: cscalifornia

Please click the link below for the flyer with further information.

Building a Positive and Safe School Culture flyer.pdf

 

California ASCD Announces 2019 Outstanding Instructional Leader Award Winners:

Dr. Tom Adams, Deputy Superintendent, California Department of Education &

Mr. Michael McCormick, Superintendent, Val Verde USD 

The Outstanding Instructional Leader Award is given annually to California educators who have significantly impacted/influenced public education in California either through influence, advocacy, leadership, or teaching. The award is given in recognition of Helen Hefferman who provided California with outstanding service, keen insight, vision and leadership in curriculum and instruction.

Congratulations to our two winners this year as they are both equally deserving of this honor!


Corwin Presents Institute on...


Visible Learningplus

Foundation Day Institute

Featured Speaker:  JOHN HATTIE

February 6-7, 2019 

San Diego, CA

Part of the Visible Learning Foundation Series, this two day institute is designed to provide you with the tools to identify key takeaways from the Visible Learning research, learn about the five strands of Visible Learning, and identify the difference between influence that impact student achievement.

Enjoy $25 off registration with promo code:  CAASCD 

https://us.corwin.com/en-us/nam/home

Please see flyer below for more information and/or visit Corwin's webpage by using the inserted link. 

    

Dr. Thomas "Tom" Adams

Dr. Thomas "Tom" Adams, Deputy Superintendent, California Department of Education

Thomas "Tom" Adams has served as the Deputy Superintendent of the Performance, Planning and Technology Branch and the Deputy Superintendent of the Teaching and Learning Support Branch.  In his 22 years at the California Department of Education (CDE), Tom mainly worked in the Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Resources Division and served as the Executive Director of the Instructional Quality Commission.  Some of his professional accomplishments include the English Language Arts/English Language Development Curriculum Framework for Public Schools (2014) and the History-Social Science Curriculum Framework for Public Schools (2016).  He received his doctorate in modern European history from the University of California, Davis, and earned his BA in history from California State University, Chico.  Tom is also a member of the Board of Education for the Davis Joint Unified School District, was elected initially in 2014 and re-elected in 2018.  

      Mr. Michael R. McCormick

Michael R. McCormick is the superintendent of the Val Verde Unified School District.  He is known for his passion for innovation and helping students acquire their higher education aspirations.  Before becoming superintendent, Michael served for six years as the Assistant Superintendent for Education Services for Val Verde USD.  Under his leadership, VVUSD has been recognized by the Leadership Policy Institute (2019) as a California school district that is “Beating the Odds” for African American and Hispanic students and Education Trust West named Val Verde USD as, “tops among California districts Closing the Achievement Gap.”  He participated as a member of the Riverside County contingent of educators summoned by the White House to a meeting at the U.S. Department of Education to create the Riverside County Education Collaborative and connect with the College Day of Opportunity.

For more of their accomplishments please go to the "About" tab and click the "Outstanding Instructional Leader Award" link.



ASCD CaliforniaPhone: (530) 520-9412
Mailing: PO Box 1841
Oroville, CA 95965

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.

  

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