Following the release of the Governor's January budget, Michael Fine and Brooks Allen will share their unique and valuable insights. This is a great opportunity to hear from the state's fiscal and policy leaders about the future of school funding.
- Michael Fine, CEO, Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team (FCMAT)
- Brooks Allen, California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE) Liaison/Legal Counsel, Marin County Office of Education
Marin Educators for Equity will convene an in-person forum hosted by the College of Marin. Educators will connect and build community with other educators, hear key findings form Marin Educators for Equity listening sessions, learn about equity initiatives taking place within Marin educational institutions.
Increase capacity for imagination, awareness and connection of body-mind through the art of dance. Integrating theory and practice, these workshops activate the imagination to improve teaching and create change. Click here to register for the workshop..
Raising Healthy Families Community Education Series - Teen Cannabis and Alcohol Use: What Parents Can Do - March 2, 2019
Today's widespread under-age use of alcohol and cannabis puts Marin adolescents at greater risk for emotional, physical, and cognitive harm than ever before, including risk for suicide and mental illness. Moreover, it is likely the recent legalization of recreational cannabis will only increase its use and availability for teens. Join us for this informative workshop addressing these issues. Please refer to flyer for registration details.
Teachers, Instructional Coaches, and District and School Site Administrators are invited to join us to explore the materials and meet with the publishers of the California NGSS adopted and supplementary curriculum. Click here to register for the workshop..
For Elementary, Middle and High School Teachers, Instructional Coaches. Participants will work in grade levels using the Science Framework Instructional Segments, and bundle blueprints to deepen science lessons and units.
- Design deep thinking science lessons using 3 Dimensions of CA NGSS
- Collect evidence to analyze student learning
- Connect natural world to science in the classroom
Designed for K-12 Educators and Special Education Administrators. Learn to backwards map lessons to meet the unique needs of each student, eliminating barriers and creating voice and choice in the classroom. Strategies support all lessons including: PBL, math, science, GLAD, SEAL, Reader's & Writer's Workshop, and Social Studies.
School and College Legal Services - School Attendance Review Board with Carl Corbin - March 12, 2019
Designed for school site/district staff, law enforcement, probation, community mental health and youth advocates who have responsibilities as members of School Attendance ReviewBoards.
There are two more workshops scheduled for this 2018-19 series: March 19th and April 23rd. Designed for K-12 Social Studies Teachers, Instructional Coaches and Administrators, this free series presents an exciting opportunity to participate in the shifts from the History-Social Science Framework, which include:
- Focus on Inquiry at the Core
- Community of Practice Network
- An engaged and knowledgeable citizenry in history using the C3 Framework
- An approach that integrates culturally and linguistically responsive teaching to ensure that all students thrive
CEUs may be earned.