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Scholastic LitCamp Webinar - February 21, 2018

Date: 02-21-2018
Duration: 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Cost: .00

To register for a webinar, click on the date you wish to attend!

Enhance your summer school and after school programs with LitCamp—
A joyous, fun, and interactive framework for literacy support!

Created through a one-of-a-kind partnership between Scholastic
and best-selling author and literacy advocate Pam Allyn, LitCamp
engages K-9 students in learning opportunities that prepare
them for college, career, and life through:
• Easy to implement, standards-aligned literacy lessons
• High-quality fiction and nonfiction literature
• Engaging group activities
• Dedicated time for independent reading

Find out how LitCamp meets and/or exceeds the Quality
Standards for Expanded Learning programs in California,
including:

• Safe and supportive environment
• Clear vision, mission and purpose
• Active and engaged learning
• Skill building
• Diversity, access and equity
• Collaborative partnerships
• And more!

For more information, please contact Brian Chernow, Regional Director:
949-328-0627 • BChernow@Scholastic.com

Wednesday, February 21st
OR 
Thursday, February 22nd



Location:

Webinar

, CA

Intended Audience:

Other

Event content will be offered for this/these competency level(s):

N/A

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Scholastic LitCamp Webinar - February 22, 2018

Date: 02-22-2018
Duration: 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Cost: .00

To register for a webinar, click on the date you wish to attend!

Enhance your summer school and after school programs with LitCamp—
A joyous, fun, and interactive framework for literacy support!


Created through a one-of-a-kind partnership between Scholastic
and best-selling author and literacy advocate Pam Allyn, LitCamp
engages K-9 students in learning opportunities that prepare
them for college, career, and life through:
• Easy to implement, standards-aligned literacy lessons
• High-quality fiction and nonfiction literature
• Engaging group activities
• Dedicated time for independent reading

Find out how LitCamp meets and/or exceeds the Quality
Standards for Expanded Learning programs in California,
including:

• Safe and supportive environment
• Clear vision, mission and purpose
• Active and engaged learning
• Skill building
• Diversity, access and equity
• Collaborative partnerships
• And more!

For more information, please contact Brian Chernow, Regional Director:
949-328-0627 • BChernow@Scholastic.com

Wednesday, February 21st
OR
Thursday, February 22nd



Location:

Webinar

, CA

Intended Audience:

Other

Event content will be offered for this/these competency level(s):

N/A

Grade Level(s):

N/A

0 of 0 seat(s) are still available

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Telling the Story of Trauma and Resilience: A Thought Leader Conversation with Keith Hefner - February 22, 2018

Date: 02-22-2018
Duration: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost: .00

There is a lot of good work these days to support adults who work with teens who have experienced trauma. But there is a dearth of trauma-informed stories and tools. Keith Hefner, Executive Director of Youth Communication, has made a career out of helping teens who have experienced trauma write their stories through participation in a rigorous writing program. In their stories, the teen writers demonstrate their social and emotional skills and navigate trauma to achieve their academic and life goals. These authentic youth voices are highly engaging and relevant for teens facing similar obstacles. They inspire teen readers to take positive action while also motivating them to read and write.

The stories also engage adults and underscore the strength and resilience of young people in their schools and programs. Hefner and the Youth Communication team are committed to reaching more teens--especially those whose voices and experiences are often missing from mainstream content--and the staff who work with them. Join us to learn more about who is using these new resources and how teens are responding.

Click here to register now!



Location:

Conference Call

, CA

Intended Audience:

Other

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RIVERSIDE - Getting Intentional About Social Emotional Learning: Promise, Progress, Priorities with Dr. Dale Blyth - March 7, 2018

Date: 03-07-2018
Duration: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost: 17.89

Dr. Dale Blyth served as the Howland Endowed Chair in Youth Leadership Development with the University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development and the College of Education and Human Development. From 2013 to 2015 he led the SEL Initiative, a partnership between the University and Youthprise. The American Youth Policy Forum describes Dr. Blyth as "one of our favorite SEL gurus".

Dr. Dale Blyth will offer reflections on the opportunities and challenges of improving social and emotional learning both within and after the school day.
 

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

COST:  $17.89 Includes light breakfast and ticketing fees!

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Location:

Riverside County Office of Education Conference Center
3958 Twelfth Street
Riverside, CA 92501

Intended Audience:

Other

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FRESNO - "Growth Heartset": Establishing a Culture of Caring with Stu Semigran - April 18, 2018

Date: 04-18-2018
Duration: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost: 17.89

Stu Semigran is the co-founder and president of EduCare Foundation and the executive director of EduCare's ACE (Achievement and Commitment to Excellence) Student Success Program, which currently serves more than 45 high schools and middle schools in Southern California.

Come and learn skills for developing a new "growth heartset" in our teaching and learning. This interactive session focuses on shaping successful learning environments that thrive upon a foundation infused with caring, connectivity, and proven SEL practices.


Wednesday, April 18, 2018
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

COST:  $17.89 Includes ticketing fees!

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Location:

Fresno Pacific University, North Fresno Campus
5 River Park Place West, #303
Fresno, CA 93720

Intended Audience:

Other

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MODESTO - "Growth Heartset": Establishing a Culture of Caring with Stu Semigran - April 19, 2018

Date: 04-19-2018
Duration: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Cost: 16.82

Stu Semigran is the co-founder and president of EduCare Foundation and the executive director of EduCare's ACE (Achievement and Commitment to Excellence) Student Success Program, which currently serves more than 45 high schools and middle schools in Southern California.

Come and learn skills for developing a new "growth heartset" in our teaching and learning. This interactive session focuses on shaping successful learning environments that thrive upon a foundation infused with caring, connectivity, and proven SEL practices.


Thursday, April 19, 2018
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

COST:  $16.82 Includes light breakfast and ticketing fees!

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Location:

Martin G Petersen Event Center
720 12th Street
Modesto, CA 95354

Intended Audience:

Other

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