Facilitated by Eileen Smith and Math Consortium Teachers. Engage in 4 collaborative sessions with teachers across the county.
This Training focuses on the Special Circumstance Assistant (SCA). Part four of this four-part series takes place April 26, 2017, focusing on review of Ethical Considerations related to implementation followed by a clinical question and answer session related to the SCA assessment process that utilizes specific examples from the participants from the initial training session through the conclusion.
The final session of this three-part collaborative workshop focuses on:
- How to shift existing lessons to meet the NGSS
- The three-dimensionality of the standards
- Implementation of the Science and Engineering Practices
- Using phenomenon for high engagement
All educators are invited to participate in any portion of this series. The topic in April will be "A New Modern Teachre: Technology Tools That Transform Education". Technology use in schools are changing and so is the role that our teachers play. Learn new and innovative tools and strategies that reflect the skills needed for the new modern teacher.
Part four of this four-session workshop is titled "Tools to Analyze Data With Equity Build In". Participants are able to implement engagement strategies focused on micro-appreciations based on data analysis. Dr. Juan Carlos Arauz is joining forces with leaders like you to elevate collectively our excellence and leadership to a new level.
Beyond Diversity is a powerful, personally transforming, two-day seminar that helps leaders, employees, and organizations understand the impact of race on their lives and their work. Engage in a thoughtful, compassionate exploration of race and racism.
Walker Creek Ranch is hosting the 2017 Marin County Project Based Learning Institute in June, 2017. This is not only a great learning opportunity but also a chance to experience the beautiful outdoors at Walker Creek Ranch. There are four professional development opportunities to choose from: PLB 101 (Grade Level or Content Area), PBL 201 (Prerequisite: PBL 101); Coaching Academy and Leadership Academy. Please see the attached flyer for more information, registration and lodging at Walker Creek Ranch if needed/wanted.
MCOE and the Ross School District are partnering to offer a local location for the 2016-17 Marin NBC cohort. The cohort:
- Provides a supportive, collaborative, learning environment
- Certificate groups are led by National Board Certified Teachers
- Teachers learn to describe and analyze their practice, which results in deeper understanding and improved teaching
This year, the Ross School District in Marin County has generously offered to be the host site. There are currently teachers from Bolinas-Stinson, Miller Creek Elementary School, Larkspur-Corte Madera, Mill Valley, Reed Union, Ross, San Rafael, and Tamalpais. Teachers meet as a group, attend most Stanford sessions remotely, and only attend a few sessions at Stanford. This enables teachers to collaborate, but not have to drive to Stanford each month.