Partnering with Higher Education and Pre-Service Teachers

DESCRIPTION

Summer learning provides a unique training ground and flexible learning space for teacher preparation and pre-service teachers. These early-career teachers are an especially important workforce to tap this summer, when the existing teaching and expanded learning workforce is busy meeting the demands of school reopening. CSU and community college schools of education can provide a variety of resources and support to schools and expanded learning programs. Schools districts and their higher education partners can intentionally recruit and leverage new teachers and teachers candidates from their existing teacher pipeline programs.

This is the fourth webinar in Partnership for Children & Youth (PCY)’s Summer Game Plan webinar series.

PRESENTERS

Julie Stephens-Carrillo, Director, K-12 STEM Programs, Hartnell Community College

Speaker TBA, College of Education, Department of Education and Leadership, California State University Monterey Bay

Speaker TBA, Monterey County Office of Education

RESOURCE TYPE

Media, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Equity, LCAP

KEYWORDS

Leading Forward, Summer Learning

VIDEO

SLIDES

RESOURCES

PCY SUMMER PLANNING RESOURCES 

2021 CALIFORNIA SUMMER LEARNING GUIDE 

EXPANDED LEARNING WORKFORCE FACT SHEET 

STEM TEACHING TOOLS FOR PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS 

TASKED-BASED INSTRUCTION TOOL 

STUDENTS’ IDEAS AND SENSEMAKING PRACTICES 

SUPPORT FOR PRE-SERVICE SCIENCE TEACHERS 

SUMMER GAME PLAN WEBINAR SERIES

SUMMER RESEARCH, PRACTICE, AND FUNDING: FOUNDATIONS FOR SUMMER PLANNING (2/25) 

CREATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR SUMMER STAFFING (4/1) 

CREATING ENGAGING SUMMER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR HIGH-SCHOOL YOUTH (4/8) 

REGISTER FOR UPCOMING SESSIONS

HOW TO ENGAGE ENGLISH LEARNERS IN SUMMER LEARNING (4/29) 

Summer Technical Assistance Hub

DESCRIPTION

Summer 2021 offers an important opportunity to address the learning, social, and emotional recovery that so many California students need after a year of school closures and related challenges. In response to these challenges, CCEE and the Partnership for Children & Youth are offering no-cost technical assistance to LEAs needing support with the planning and implementation of summer learning programs. Click here for a flyer.

LAUNCH SUMMER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE HUB 

SUMMER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE REQUEST FORM 

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

Partnership for Children & Youth

Sperling Center for Research and Innovation (SCRI)

ADDITIONAL SUMMER LEARNING RESOURCES

FIELD GUIDE: REIMAGING SUMMER & EXPANDED LEARNING 

2021 CALIFORNIA SUMMER LEARNING GUIDE: INVESTING IN RESILIENCE AND RELATIONSHIPS

SUMMER LEARNING TOOLKIT 

PCY SUMMER RESOURCES 

PCY SUMMER GAME PLAN WEBINAR SERIES 

The Discussion Cards Teacher’s Guide

DESCRIPTION

The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) has created a suite of resources designed to help secondary students explore topics through text and talk. This learning path is an efficient avenue for educators to:

  • Better understand the Discussion Cards and the suite of resources in this interactive Teacher’s Guide
  • Start using the Discussion Cards

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE)

Launch

RESOURCE TYPE

Courses/Learning Paths, Professional Learning, Resources

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Responsive Teaching & Learning

KEYWORDS

Advancing Labor-Management Collaboration and Partnerships (Learning Path)

DESCRIPTION

This learning path includes five modules, each with a video, tools, and supporting documents. Developed by the California Labor Management Initiative (CA LMI), the modules provide an overview of the CA LMI, introduce three frameworks for labor-management collaboration, and present perspectives from statewide thought leaders and practitioners.

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

California Labor Management Initiative

Launch

RESOURCE TYPE

Courses/Learning Paths

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Board, Paraeducator, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Governance

KEYWORDS

CCEE Learning Paths: Tools and Tips for Blended Professional Learning

DESCRIPTION

CCEE has partnered with key organizations to produce learning paths – web-based learning resources to support educators in an on-demand learning environment. In this one-hour webinar, you’ll learn the what, where, why of learning paths and how to incorporate them into your professional learning plans. Also, the Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ) will take you through their companion facilitation guides that can support your use of the CTQ learning paths in a blended approach to professional learning.

PRESENTERS

James McKenna, Assistant Director, Professional Learning & Leadership Development, CCEE
Alesha Daughtrey, Executive Director and Partner, Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ)

ARCHIVED VIDEO

SLIDES

REFERENCES

CTQ LEARNING PATHS
Responsive Teaching & LearningFacilitation Guide
Advancing EquityFacilitation Guide
Systems LeadershipFacilitation Guide
Thriving Socio-EmotionallyFacilitation Guide
Formative AssessmentFacilitation Guide

RESOURCE TYPE

Courses/Learning Paths, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership, Teacher

TOPIC AREA

Responsive Teaching & Learning

Evidence-based Practices for Supplemental Instruction and Support Services

DESCRIPTION

This session will provide an overview of evidence-based practices for designing, implementing, and evaluating supplemental instructional programs and support services. The first in a series, this webinar will provide considerations for the design and early implementation of high-impact tutoring. Local educational agencies offering tutoring with providers from service, expanded learning, and higher education will share early implementation experiences and recommendations to strengthen supplemental instruction through tutoring.

PRESENTERS

Kim Dadisman, Senior Policy Research Manager, J-PAL North America, MIT
Laina Sonterblum, Policy Associate, J-PAL North America, MITMolly Mier, Director II, Alternative Education, Kern County Office of Education
Salvador Arias, MTSS Coordinator, Alternative Education, Kern County Office of Education

Resource Type

Professional Learning, Resources

Type of Audience

Systems Leadership

Topic Area

Continuous Improvement

KEYWORDS

ARCHIVED VIDEO

SLIDES

CAAASA Field Guide 7: School Re-orientation for Post-COVID Learning

DESCRIPTION

In Field Guide #7: School Re-orientation for Post-COVID Learning, we explore one of the most important challenges facing secondary students, which is providing a pathway to success for middle and high school students who have been failed by our traditional educational system, rather than the conventional “safety nets” that rescued students in relatively small numbers.

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

California Association of African-American Superintendents & Administrators (CAAASA)

Launch

Universal Design for Learning for School and District Leaders

DESCRIPTION

In this learning path, we’ve distilled the essential understandings necessary to begin planning for and implementing Universal Design for Learning. It’s a 30,000 ft. view of UDL – the why, what, and how – and guidance for beginning your journey as a school or district.

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

San Joaquin County Office of Education

Launch

CAAASA Field Guide 6: Enhancing Parent Engagement for Student Success

DESCRIPTION

In Field Guide #6: Enhancing Parent Engagement for Student Success, you will hear from education leaders, researchers, teachers, and families about the importance of family engagement and strong parent-school partnerships in order to address the needs of the whole child.

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

California Association of African-American Superintendents & Administrators

Launch

RESOURCE TYPE

Blog, Courses/Learning Paths, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Parent, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership

TOPIC AREA

Family and Community Engagement

CAAASA Field Guide 5: Back-to-School and the Year Ahead: Integrating Empathy, Compassion and Restorative Justice in Our Schools.

DESCRIPTION

In Field Guide #5 Back-to-School and the Year Ahead: Integrating Empathy, Compassion and Restorative Justice in Our Schools, you will hear from education leaders, researchers, teachers, and families about the need for culturally responsive approaches to instruction, discipline, and social emotional well-being.

DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

California Association of African-American Superintendents & Administrators

Launch

RESOURCE TYPE

Courses/Learning Paths, Professional Learning

TYPE OF AUDIENCE

Parent, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Systems Leadership

TOPIC AREA

Social-Emotional Well-being

KEYWORDS