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. For more information and to register, call 415-499-5870.
For K-12 Social Studies Teachers, Instructional Coaches, and Administrators, this is an exciting opportunity to participate in the shifts from the History-Social Science Framework. Click here to register for the workshop..
MCOE welcomes formerly incarcerated San Quentin men Antwan Williams and Eric Abercrombie who will lead powerful, life changing performances and conversation about mass incarceration, social justice, and stories of life inside San Quentin. Teachers, students, staff and local community are welcome. Click here to register for the workshop.
Presented by author Charlie Appelstein, this training emphasizes understanding and responding to kids with emotional and behavioral challenges using a positive, trauma-informed, strength-based approach. Click here to register for the workshop.
In order for students of all backgrounds to succeed and thrive, a safe and inclusive learning environment is essential. To create such an environment, engagement with students and their families must go beyond academics. Creating Welcoming Environments II offers tools and strategies to create safe and welcoming schools for all students, including immigrants and refugees. This workshop is recommended for office staff and Community Liaisons. Click here to register for the workshop.
This one-day workshop focuses on providing strategies and skills for educators to safely respond to various levels of risk behavior while balancing the responsibilities of care. Click here to register for the workshop.
The Marin County Office of Education and School & College Legal Services presents this workshop at MCOE. Topics will include: employee file contents and formatting; retention rules; public records requests and subpoenas; and interview files. Click here to register for the workshop.
There are two remaining Speech & Language Workshops for 2020:
- January 14, 2020 - Getting Started: Creating Social Skills Groups for Students on the Spectrum
- February 10, 2020 - Keep Talking! Narrative Development for Language and Social Learning
Presented by Steve Gardner, Family Life Health Education Specialist. Topics include: current biological/scientific education information; philosophy of family life education; family cultural values; and ground rules. Click here to register for the workshop. For questions, please call the Marin County Office of Education, Education Services Department at 415-499-5870.
Part two of this two-part series will provide participants with skills to engage in difficult conversations and self-reflection to develop trusting relationships based on vulnerability and empathy. Call the Marin COE Education Services Department at 415-499-5870 for more information.
Designing Reading & Writing Workshops to Meet the Needs of English Learners - December 3, 2019, January 28, 2020, March 24, 2020
In this four-part series intended for grade level teaching teams, participants will learn how to design small and large group effective instructional strategies to meet the needs of diverse learners. Click here to register for the workshop.. Topics for the remaining workshop dates are as follows:
- December 3, 2019 - Building Vocabulary
- January 28, 2020 - Reading Comprehension
- March 24, 2020 - Writing Across Genres
Seminar discussion: How do we intentionally integrate technology with content standards by understanding the challenges students face in an increasingly digital world? Click here to register for the workshop..
All English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) Test Examiners are required to be trained to administer the ELPAC 2019-2020 Summative Assessment. The ELPAC Summative Assessment testing window is February 2020 to May 31, 2020. Click here to register for the workshop.
Workshops for Parents and Guardians with instructional tools to use at home and in partnership with the school community. Click here to register for one or all seminars. Upcoming No Bully seminars are as follows:
- January 29, 2020 - Power of Zero - Raising children in a connected world: Understanding the internet and social media; building every child's ability to connect positively; the importance of digital citizenship; helping children thrive in the digital world.
- February 5, 2020 - How to Stop Cyberbullying: For grades 3-8; what cyberbullying is and isn't; bully proof your child on their phone, tablet, and computer; build citizenship skills to promote social emotional learning and respect for diversity.
- March 19, 2020 - Stop Cyberbullying and Navigating the Social Media Landscape: Grades 6-12; how to bully proof your children on their phone, tablet, and computer; navigate the ever changing social media landscape as responsible digital citizens.
Teen Talk for Middle and High School is a comprehensive sexual health education training for teaching students in grades 7-12. Presented by Health Connected, the curriculum presented will ensure your school is in compliance with the CA Healthy Youth Act. For questions please contact Beth Kradepohl at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to register for the workshop.
A workshop focusing on the essential foundations to identify and apply trauma support and healing strategies with cultural relevance. Click here to register for the workshop.