We have a few sessions left in our Spring Paraeducator series. We encourage you to send staff to take advantage of the quality training that is taking place for staff integral to the success of our special education programs.
There is one Workshop in particular that will be zero cost to you as it is covered by a Grant MCOE received called the Student Support and Academic Enrichment grant. Youth In Arts will engage your Paraeducators in a highly engaging workshop “Confidence & Compassion Through Creativity” on April 17th.
The workshop will address the following:
- Multi-disciplinary approach to utilizing the arts to empower any student to express themselves, building confidence and meeting IEP goals in the process.
- Model hands-off techniques for empowering students to create their own work through the use of arts-based visual cue cards, sign language, and by sharing an array of adaptive tools.
If you have any questions about this series please contact Laura Trahan, Education Services – 415-499-5870
How do we include the study of climate change as it relates to Marin County’s coastal ecosystems in the curriculum and engage students to better understand their local aquatic ecosystems in a way that moves them to stewardship and action? The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration awarded Marin County Office of Education with a Grant to work with 6th grade to 12th grade science teachers for the 2018-19 school year around the impact of climate change on the local coastal ecosystems that surround Marin County.
This two-hour session will instruct you on how to prepare for an active shooter or active killer emergency as well as increase your understanding about what to expect before, during and after the event, at MCOE. Pre-registration required.
- A 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