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Empowering Equity

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Tuesday, December 3
 

2:30pm PST

Adult Learning Theory: Informing Our Practice
This presentation focuses on the influential work of Malcolm Knowles and is applied directly to supporting mentors, providing them with tools to best meet the needs of their teachers. Using induction-related tasks, the connections are made between what adults need and want in their personal learning experience. Participants work together to engage with eight principles of adult learning and relate them directly to mentor and teacher tasks.

Keynote Speakers

Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Valencia I

2:30pm PST

2:30pm PST

Building Cohesive Teams Through Positive Leadership and Coaching
Are you interested in leading with equity and a growth mindset? Do you need strategies to boost motivation and build teacher and administrator efficacy?
The tenets for building cohesive teams will be explored in this interactive presentation based on Jon Gordon's three pillars of Communication, Coach, and Care. Ideas for listening, re-framing questions, and being an empathetic leader will be discussed as ways to build trust and cohesion. This is an interactive session in which participants will engage in pair share, whole group, journaling, and video clip discussions using presentation slides, facilitated discussions, and hands on activities. You will want to use these strategies with your own teams! Participants will receive a booklet with a collection of team building ideas.
Get ready to move, interact, engage, and have fun!


Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Valencia V

2:30pm PST

Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Teachers
Do you aspire to build your own resilience, or that of those you coach, lead, or supervise? Do you want to make organizational changes that foster resilience in groups? The Cultivating Emotional Resilience workshop will present strategies to cultivate resilience that can be incorporated into conversations—be those coaching or supervision conversations, as well as suggestions for organizational and structural changes that foster resilience in teams and groups. You’ll learn how to recognize entry points to building resilience in individuals and in organizations, and you’ll practice doing so. The content of this workshop is based on Elena Aguilar’s book, Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators (Jossey-Bass, 2018) and is perfect for those who support beginning teachers or those who design programs of support in both the pre-service and induction settings and who seek to practice these strategies that cultivate resilience and consider systematic implementation.

Keynote Speakers
avatar for Janet Baird

Janet Baird

Senior Associate, Bright Morning Consulting
Janet has been in education for over 20 years, teaching, coaching, and designing and facilitating professional development. She holds a BA from Loyola Marymount University in English and an MA in Curriculum and Instruction, Secondary Education from San Francisco State University... Read More →


Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Esmeralda 7

2:30pm PST

Effectively Supporting Mentors Using Online Tools and Resources
Quality mentors develop their practice by collaborating and networking with their mentoring peers. This interactive session will provide participants with practical and engaging ways to support mentors using online tools. Unique ways to provide feedback, promote networking and offer just-in-time support will be shared. Participants will walk away with specific mentoring resources and protocols to use. Participants will have the opportunity to experience online support strategies and tools firsthand. Bring a laptop or tablet for easy access to the tools.

Keynote Speakers
avatar for Marcia Russell

Marcia Russell

Director, Educator Support and Effectiveness, Ventura County Office of Education
I am an educational leader dedicating my career to supporting teachers and school leaders in order to improve outcomes for our children. I lead and support teacher and administrator induction for Ventura County Office of Education and am always interested in connecting with other... Read More →


Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Valencia VI

2:30pm PST

Far from the Shallows: Diving Deep into Induction and Mentor Training (Previously scheduled at 3:45)
During this interactive session, participants will be provided with an overview of the Ceres Teacher Induction Program.  The on-going processes for the utilization of induction resources to support new teacher learning, mentor support and training has resulted in a robust program.  Ongoing coaching for program staff has increased the effectiveness and purposefulness of candidate and mentor meetings which has resulted in greater teacher retention and satisfaction. Join your colleagues for an opportunity to collaborate and share ideas for a deep and meaningful dive into induction.

Keynote Speakers
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Ronda Munoz

Induction Program Specialist, Ceres Unified
Administrator for Ceres Induction Program and continuum of new teacher support.
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Julie McVicker

Senior Consultant, Just ASK Publications and PD
We provide professional development in all aspects of education. We work with many California districts and across the nation. See us about our powerful induction and mentoring programs.


Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Valencia II

2:30pm PST

Social & Emotional Learning Change Agents: Mission Possible
This engaging, collaborative session will take participants through the beginning stages of SEL district-wide implementation using a grass roots model used at Walnut Valley Unified School District. In this workshop, participants will see how a district formed and empowered an SEL K-12 advisory cohort that researched different SEL models, created district surveys, desegregated data, planned curriculum, and delivered engaging and energetic social emotional presentations to various stakeholders across the district. Learn how a district vision and mission statement were developed to ignite hope and to promote positive emotional support for students and the school community. At this dynamic workshop, presenters with K-12 experience, will also model meaningful, hands-on SEL strategies. Participants will engage in making powerful student connections, participate in SEL activities, learn how to make a calming jar, and will practice other meaningful SEL strategies that can be immediately used in their classrooms or sites. Other highlights of the workshop will be the Mood Meter from Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence RULER Program and the development of wellness spaces at various sites. Get ready to make SEL Mission Possible at your site!

Keynote Speakers
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Elisabeth Jones

Instructional Coach, Walnut Valley USD


Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Rodes A&B

2:30pm PST

Video-based Observation: Increasing Equity for Both Educators and Learners
Sponsored Presentation. Recent research has underscored the critical value of video observations to effectively assess and improve teaching skills as well as to provide mentorship and coaching support. Video continues to stand out as the most comprehensive and natural means to capture performance in educational settings. Yet the ability to conduct frequent and effective video observations has been perceived as cumbersome and expensive.

This session will present a practical overview of new tools and strategies that facilitate the use of video economically and at scale. The presentation will include a live interactive demonstration highlighting the ease with which new cloud-based technologies can be deployed.

In particular, we will demonstrate how video solutions can support timely, formative feedback in professional learning environments. We will address how the demonstration of competency, informed self-reflection, and thoughtful input from qualified observers (including peers) can be achieved using video, and how video observations can be integrated into existing professional development best practices and standards.

Finally, we will provide guidance on emerging trends and upcoming standards that assume the use of video technology. There will be open time for Q & A and follow up information provided.

Keynote Speakers

Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
San Remo

2:30pm PST

Writing to the CASC Program
Keynote Speakers
avatar for Gay Roby

Gay Roby

Consultant Professional Services Division, CTC
CTC Consultant since 2010, serving the teacher and education leader induction programs. Former BTSA Cluster Regional Director and local program director. Site visit consultant for many CTIP visits. Mom of 4, grandma of 8 (and hoping for more), loves reading, sewing, and crafting... Read More →


Tuesday December 3, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Esmeralda 8