Education Services

  • Developing Math Fluency - February 13, 2017

    he Coaching Consortium of Marin County if offering this Developing Math Fluency workshop.  The Marin County Office of Education is frequently asked by teachers for assistance with strategies to help students develop number sense.  This workshop, intended for TK-5th Grade Teachers, will address intentional math talks, dot cards and ten frames, counting collections and number lines. This workshop is designed by a group of math coaches and Eileen Smith who will present this workshop as a team. 

    Immigrant Students & Families: Legal Context & Resources - February 15, 2017

    The Marin County Office of Education, 10,000 Degrees and The Canal Alliance are hosting this legal overview of immigration laws including:

    • Potential changes to DACA
    • Common issues/concerns for students/families
    • Possible changes on the horizon
    • Know your rights information

    This is a FREE workshop presented by Canal Alliance Senior Attorney, Alyssa Simpson, and Director of Immigration Legal Services, Lucia Martel-Dow.

    The Breakthrough Coach - February 27 & 28, 2017

    Education leaders will adapt proven business management techniques to the educational environment at both the building and the district level.  This coaching will:

    • Provide focused and effective instructional leadership
    • Develop managerial skills
    • Impact student achievement

    Project Based Learning Series (PBL) - March 2, 2017 & April 3, 2017

    The PBL series is an educator collaborative designed to provide educators guidance on:

    • Balance student learning goals
    • Build a culture of high-quality work
    • Create effective team roles
    • Scaffolding learning
    • Use standards-aligned rubrics
    • Begin coaching and engagement

    NGSS - Next Generation Science Standards for Secondary Teachers - March 2, & April 27, 2017

    Part two of a three-part collaborative workshop that offers CEUs will take place on March 2, 2017.  This workship is focused on:

    • How to shift existing lessons to meet the NGSS
    • The three-dimensionality of the standards
    • Implemention of the Science & Engineering practices
    • Using phenomenon for high engagement
    • Modeling
    • Assessment 

    Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) - March 9 & 10, 2017

    This strand is designed for AVID administrators, coordinators, AVID elective teachers, and site team members who are ready to work with their sites to conduct a self-examination and address issues of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and accountability through a growth mindset.  As a result of attending this strand, participants will be able to create multi-dimensional lessons and differentiated evaluations while incorporating rigor through various learning styles.  Please see the attached flyer for registration information.  (Note: Workshop available to AVID districts only)