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White Presenting BIPOC in the Struggle for Racial Justice

May 04, 2022 9:30AM—12:30AM

Virtual

Being a white presenting BIPOC is a complicated and nuanced experience in the United States, particularly during this era of “racial reckoning”. This research-based and experiential workshop is meant to be a thought provoking conversation for individuals who are interested in deepening their understanding of the complexity of racial identity of their students, fellow colleagues, and families who identify as white-presenting BIPOC within our schools.

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Onboarding for Belonging and Connection (Virtual)

May 04, 2022 1:00PM—4:00PM

Virtual

This workshop is open to all educators, particularly those connected to the recruitment, hiring, and onboarding and mentoring of teachers, administrators, and staff. Through a series of small-group discussions and activities, participants will walk away with practical tips and strategies to reinvigorate ways new faculty and staff members enter a school’s community.

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Onboarding for Belonging and Connection (In-Person)

May 03, 2022 1:00PM—4:00PM

Vistamar School | El Segundo, CA

This workshop is open to all educators, particularly those connected to the recruitment, hiring, and onboarding and mentoring of teachers, administrators, and staff. Through a series of small-group discussions and activities, participants will walk away with practical tips and strategies to reinvigorate ways new faculty and staff members enter a school’s community.

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Mindsets for Meaningful Mathematics

Apr 26, 2022 9:30AM—2:00PM

Pilgrim School | Los Angeles, CA

In what ways can educators lay the foundation for all students to engage in mathematics? In this one day workshop PK-12 educators will learn about teacher and student mindsets that develop cultures of mathematical thinking, reasoning, and problem solving. Participants will analyze their belief systems about learning mathematics and understand how their beliefs impact student learning.

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Exploring an Inquiry Based Approach to Climate Literacy​​ and Sustainability

Apr 13, 2022 9:30AM—11:30AM

Virtual

In this 2-hour virtual workshop, educators will have a chance to explore resources and methods that allow them to infuse environmental sustainability and climate literacy across their existing curriculum using an inquiry-based approach rooted in project-based learning. Using a sustainability education framework teachers will gain a theoretical perspective with which to view their materials and pedagogy.

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Do You See What I Mean? Facilitating Courageous Conversations Visually

Mar 24, 2022 9:00AM—2:00PM

Virtual

Engage with veteran facilitators to learn common facilitation models, avoid pitfalls, and manage polarity. Learn visual facilitation from experts to help people see issues and perspectives more clearly. Through this workshop, participants will have an opportunity to unpack practical strategies on facilitating courageous conversations, practice facilitating, and leave with a visual toolset to deepen their practice.

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Tune In and Tune Up: Attending to Self and Team to Foster Resilience

Mar 16, 2022 3:00PM—5:00PM

Leadership is often assessed by one’s words and actions. But the work of being a leader is as much an inward exploration as it is an outward-facing experience. In this two-hour workshop, you will learn skills and tools to attend to yourself while supporting the adults you lead.

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Women + Leadership

Jan 21, 2022 9:00AM—3:30PM

Join the California Teacher Development Collaborative at the 12th annual Women + Leadership Conference! This one-day event provides inspiration and support for equity-centered women educators in navigating their professional journeys with purpose.

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Building Inclusive Classrooms through Differentiated Instruction

Nov 15, 2021 9:30AM—2:30PM

Curtis School

In this one day in-person workshop, we will explore what a differentiated classroom looks like using the work of researchers Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson and Dr. John Hattie. Participants will develop an understanding of differentiation and will gain practical skills and tools to use right away to foster a community of respect, engagement, and learning with their students.

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