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CLEVER CRAZES for your Program and Kids! - February, 23, 2018

Date: 02-23-2018
Duration: 8:30AM Sign In and 9:00 - 12:00PM Training
Cost: .00

Limited Seating - Registration Required - No Walk-Ins

Come learn about CLEVERCRAZES.com...everything is FREE!  This is an exciting way to engage kids in learning about STEAM: how Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math are integrated into their everyday lives.  Kids will be introduced to STEAM careers and be engaged in games and lessons that require knowledge of all disciplines and their interaction.  All of this is part the interconnected web of wellness - healthy planet, healthy relationships, and healthy individuals. CleverCrazes' worlds focus on a theme-based, interdisciplinary approach to standards-based curriculum providing ways to encourage young people to think about real world applications of STEM. Kids, grades K-8,  will be engaged online and with one another while being physically active too.

Great opportunities to win money for your program and supplies too!  Kids can earn gist cards, shoes, backpacks and more.

This workshop will be taking place in a computer lab so you can see, experience, and play within the worlds just as your participants do.

 

 



Location:

Dorris Dann Kids Campus
4316 Peck Road
El Monte, CA 91732

Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Program Director Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8 Middle School

0 of 26 seat(s) are still available

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Summer 202: Project-Based Learning for Summer Programs - February 28, 2018

Date: 02-28-2018
Duration: 8 am - 8:30 am Check in; 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Training
Cost: .00

This training is designed specifically for seasoned summer program providers to take programs to the next level. The training will focus on project-based learning and make connections to the Quick Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs (QuickCASP).



Location:

Lakeshore Learning
2695 E. Dominguez Street
Carson, CA 90895

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8 Middle School

23 of 60 seat(s) are still available

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STEM: Steering Committee Meeting #1 - February 28, 2018

Date: 02-28-2018
Duration: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost: .00

Come be a part of our STEM initiative by being a thought partner that will help guide LA County in supporting high-quality STEM learning opportunities for youth in expanded learning programs.



Location:

Columbia Memorial Space Center (Downey Space Center)
12400 Columbia Way
Downey, CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Consultant Grants Manager Other Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Special Projects Consultant Vendor

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

Awareness Development Mastery

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School High School K-8 Middle School

29 of 30 seat(s) are still available

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ASSETs Programs (High School) Professional Development Series - Day 1 of 3: March 1, 2018

Date: 03-01-2018
Duration: 9:30 am Check-in; 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Training
Cost: .00

The Professional Development Series will take place over a two-month period of time.  Each of the three meetings will be face-to-face and between those meetings participants will have aligned work in which their supervisor will support them.

Each participant will be required to have read and have with them the program narrative for their program site.  This will be used as a guiding document for their integrated learning and ongoing work throughout the professional development series.

 

Day 1

ADA & Annual Units of Service

Understanding Attendance

Student Recruitment and Participant Registration

The Art of a Master Schedule

Scheduling Staff

Participation Profile

 

Program Planning

Working with your Budget (labor, materials, and supplies)

 

Program Design

A balance of Academics and Enrichment

Quality and Compliance

Activities, Clubs, and Credit Recovery

Community Partnerships



Location:

TBD

, CA

Intended Audience:

Program Director Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

High School

15 of 30 seat(s) are still available

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Supporting English Language Learners Symposium - March 2, 2018

Date: 03-02-2018
Duration: 8:00 am Check-in; 8:30 am - 1:00 pm Training
Cost: .00

REGISTRATION REQUIRED:  No Walk-Ins Permitted

Supporting English Learners Symposium - March 2, 2018  

** This Symposium is for all Afterschool Expanded Learning Program Staff working with ELL Students! **

DID YOU KNOW? 

  • The number of school-age youth entering U.S. schools and participating in afterschool programs speaking little or no English has grown exponentially in the last decade. 
  • ELL students' achievement in critical academic areas, including reading and math, are lagging at all socio-economic levels, but this gap is most acute for students at the lowest socio-economic levels. 
  • Understanding and closing this persistent achievement gap requires a multifaceted approach:  one promising approach includes afterschool expanded learning programs helping support ELL students improve their English with traditional and unique supports during the hours after school. 
  • Participation in afterschool expanded learning programs and summer learning have been associated with improved academic achievement and improved linguistic and social development of ELLs.

 

SESSION DESCRIPTIONS

English Learner 101: Are you new to the world of Expanded Learning?  Are you new at working with English Learners?  Then this workshop is for you! This session will provide background information about English Learners and give you tips for making Expanded Learning spaces a place where they can succeed.  *This workshop is only offered once.  Make it your first stop!

English Learner 102:  Do you have some experience at working with English Learners but want to learn more?  This workshop will build upon the knowledge you already have and provide you with additional strategies to maximize your support for English Learners in Expanded Learning setting.

English Learners as Young Authors: This wonderful workshop will teach you THREE different ways to incorporate writing in your Expanded Learning program that affirms student voice and creativity, while building English Language skills.

Vocabulary Development for English Learners: Foster greater participation by English Learners in your Expanded Learning program by incorporating tips for vocabulary development, oral language development, and student engagement.



Location:

Almansor Court
700 South Almansor Street
Alhambra, CA 91801

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Consultant Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator Special Projects Consultant

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Alternative Charter Elementary School High School K-8 Middle School

102 of 120 seat(s) are still available

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Summer 101: 4-Part Train-the-Trainer Series (Part 3) – March 6, 2018

Date: 03-06-2018
Duration: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Cost: .00

This series will focus on the importance of summer learning including:

  • Summer learning loss (Part 1),
  • How to create a unique program culture (Part 2), and
  • How to use the Quick Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs (QuickCASP) (Part 3).
  • In Part 4, participants will practice utilizing the QuickCASP tool at a school site.


Location:

Student Success Institute
1603 S. Stimson Avenue
Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8 Middle School

30 of 30 seat(s) are still available

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Summer 101: 4-Part Train-the-Trainer Series (Part 4) – March 6, 2018

Date: 03-06-2018
Duration: 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Cost: .00

This series will focus on the importance of summer learning including:

  • Summer learning loss (Part 1),
  • How to create a unique program culture (Part 2), and
  • How to use the Quick Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs (QuickCASP) (Part 3).
  • In Part 4, participants will practice utilizing the QuickCASP tool at a school site.


Location:

Hoover Elementary School
6302 Alta Avenue
Whittier, CA 90601

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8 Middle School

30 of 30 seat(s) are still available

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Site Coordinator Super Saturday (Growth Heartset) - March 10, 2018

Date: 03-10-2018
Duration: 8:00 AM Check-In; 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Training
Cost: .00

Note:  This training is also offered April 6th.  Please only attend once.

GROWTH HEARTSET:  Establishing a Culture of Caring

This workshop will provide you with Skills, Strategies and Practices to share with your frontline staff for developing a new “growth heartset” in your teaching and learning.

Participant Outcomes:

1. Learn skills for assisting students to:  Honor and respect themselves and others; Resolve conflict through tolerance, understanding and compassion; Express themselves with authenticity and integrity; Empower themselves as creative, confident and heart-centered leaders; Take responsibility for their lives and make wise choices.

2. Be introduced to the 8 Heart-Centered Teaching Skills

3. Learn simple strategies for teaching students self-awareness, emotional self-management, relationship building, and wise decision-making skills.

4. Practice proven social-emotional intelligence principles including positive relationship building, effective communication, and interpersonal competencies, including empathetic listening.

NOTES:

  1. Parking is Complimentary
  2. Water will be provided, feel free to bring your coffee and breakfast
  3. Rooms run hot and cold, so bring jacket/sweater
  4. Wi fi available; feel free to bring laptop/tablet to take notes


Location:

LACOE - ECW 606 A
12830 Columbia Way
Downey, CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Alternative Charter Elementary School K-8 Middle School

32 of 90 seat(s) are still available

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TOOLS for TOLERANCE Workshop in partnership with the Museum of Tolerance

Date: 03-15-2018
Duration: 8:00AM Check-in and 8:30AM Sharp Training Start - 5:00PM
Cost: .00

Limited Seating... Registration Required... No Walk-ins Permitted... You must attend the entire day

K-12 Afterschool Staff:  Come experience this one-day training with other Expanded Learning Program practitioners! 

Be immersed in a learning environment of the Museum of Tolerance to advance anti-bias education and create inclusive and equitable programs.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED by March 1st:  walk-ins will be turned away.  Minimum of 35 participants required.

  • Experience the Museum of Tolerance as a laboratory for human behavior
  • Hear personal testimonies from witnesses to history
  • Engage in facilitated discussions around issues that matter
  • Participate in workshops customized to expanded learning program needs (promoting positive campus climate, Common Core through a social justice lens, teaching the Holocaust, media literacy, bullying prevention, restorative justice, and much more
  • Lunch and resources provided at no cost

TRAINING will begin promptly at 8:30 and end by 5:00 (provided at no-cost), You must attend the entire day (no late arrivals and no early departures)

BREAKFAST (not provided - be sure to eat before arriving

LUNCH and RESOURCES (provided at no-cost)

ON-SITE PARKING (arrive at 8:00AM, locate parking, provided at no-cost)

ARRIVE 30 minutes early for Parking Access (automobile search required to park on premises)

BRING a government issued photo ID for entry

 



Location:

Museum of Tolerance
9786 W. Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90035

Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

Awareness

Grade Level(s):

Alternative Charter Elementary School High School K-8 Middle School

36 of 45 seat(s) are still available

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ASSETs Programs (High School) Professional Development Series - Day 2 of 3: March 29, 2018

Date: 03-29-2018
Duration: 9:30am Check-in; 10:00am Training - 1:00pm
Cost: .00

The Professional Development Series will take place over a two-month period of time.  Each of the three meetings will be face-to-face and between those meetings participants will have aligned work in which their supervisor will support them.

Each participant will be required to have read and have with them the program narrative for their program site.  This will be used as a guiding document for their integrated learning and ongoing work throughout the professional development series. 

Day 2

Building Strong Relationships with the Instructional Day

Principal/SC Meetings: Communication, Shared Values, Space, Discipline, Agenda and Key Questions

Relationships:  Principal, Secretary, Janitor, Teachers, Food Service, Campus Security

Quality and Compliance, LIAS, and Quality Standards for Expanded Learning Programs

Identifying program/school alignment opportunities



Location:

TBD

, CA

Intended Audience:

Program Director Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

High School

15 of 30 seat(s) are still available

Reserve A Seat

Site Coordinator Fun Friday (Growth Heartset) - April 6, 2018

Date: 04-06-2018
Duration: 8:00AM Check-In and 8:30AM Training - 12:00PM
Cost: .00

NOTE:  This training is also offered March 10th.  Please only attend once.

GROWTH HEARTSET:  Establishing a Culture of Caring

This workshop will provide you with Skills,  Strategies and Practices to share with your frontline staff for developing a new “growth heartset” in your  teaching and learning.

Participant Outcomes:

1. Learn skills for assisting students to:  Honor and respect themselves and others; Resolve conflict through tolerance, understanding and compassion; Express themselves with authenticity and integrity; Empower themselves as creative, confident and heart-centered leaders; Take responsibility for their lives and make wise choices.

 

2. Be introduced to the 8 Heart-Centered Teaching Skills

 

3. Learn simple strategies for teaching students self-awareness, emotional self-management, relationship building, and wise decision-making skills.

 

4. Practice proven social-emotional intelligence principles including positive relationship building, effective communication, and interpersonal competencies, including empathetic listening.

 

 

NOTES:

  1. Parking is Complimentary
  2. Water will be provided, feel free to bring your coffee and breakfast
  3. Rooms run hot and cold so bring jacket/sweater
  4. Wi fi available; feel free to bring laptop/tablet to take notes


Location:

LACOE - ECW606B
12830 Columbia Way
Downey, CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Alternative Charter Elementary School K-8 Middle School

46 of 70 seat(s) are still available

Reserve A Seat

The Heart of Coaching: Creating a High Performance Coaching Culture (April 12th AND 13th)

Date: 04-12-2018
Duration: 7:30AM Check-in and 8:00AM Training - 4:30PM
Cost: .00

LIMITED SEATING - REGISTRATION REQUIRED

NO WALK-INS PERMITTED

ATTENDEES MUST PARTICIPATE IN 100% OF THIS TRAINING (No late arrivals or early departures:  Check-in at 7:30AM and Training from 8:00AM - 4:30PM)

 

The training event offers a full experience of the Coaching & Accountability Workshop over a full two days (April 12 and 13). 

Curriculum includes:  

  • The business and human case for coaching
  • The philosophy of the transformational coaching methodology
  • Hands-on coaching practice with feedback
  • How to constructively hold someone accountable
  • The coach's toolkit - 7 conversation strategies for results
  • The transformational coaching skills assessment and coaching contract
  • The coaching scorecard and goal planning and implementation activities

Boxed Lunch and water will be provided.

Feel free to bring your breakfast, snack, and other beverage choice.



Location:

Lakeshore Lounge
2695 E Dominguez Street
Carson, CA 90895

Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Alternative Charter Elementary School High School K-8 Middle School

0 of 44 seat(s) are still available

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ASSETs Programs (High School) Professional Development Series - Day 3 of 3: April 26, 2018

Date: 04-26-2018
Duration: 9:30am Check-in; 10:00am Training - 1:00pm
Cost: .00

The Professional Development Series will take place over a two-month period of time.  Each of the three meetings will be face-to-face and between those meetings participants will have aligned work in which their supervisor will support them.

Each participant will be required to have read and have with them the program narrative for their program site.  This will be used as a guiding document for their integrated learning and ongoing work throughout the professional development series. 

Day 3

Staff Development and Student Leadership in Program

Validating the Student Desired Learning/Leading Experience

Facilitating the Process



Location:

TBD

, CA

Intended Audience:

Program Director Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

High School

15 of 30 seat(s) are still available

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Summer 101: 4-Part Train-the-Trainer Series (Part 1) – May 9, 2018

Date: 05-09-2018
Duration: 8:00 - 8:30 am Check-in; 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Training
Cost: .00

This series will focus on the importance of summer learning including:

  • Summer learning loss (Part 1),
  • How to create a unique program culture (Part 2), and
  • How to use the Quick Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs (QuickCASP) (Part 3).

In Part 4, participants will practice utilizing the QuickCASP tool at a school site (the date will be determined at the Part 3 training).



Location:

LA County Office of Education, Room EC 107
9300 Imperial Hwy.
Downey, CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8 Middle School

23 of 30 seat(s) are still available

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Summer 101: 4-Part Train-the-Trainer Series (Part 2) – May 15, 2018

Date: 05-15-2018
Duration: 8:00 - 8:30 am Check-in; 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Training
Cost: .00

This series will focus on the importance of summer learning including:

  • Summer learning loss (Part 1),
  • How to create a unique program culture (Part 2), and
  • How to use the Quick Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs (QuickCASP) (Part 3).

In Part 4, participants will practice utilizing the QuickCASP tool at a school site (the date will be determined at the Part 3 training).



Location:

LA County Office of Education, Room EC 107
9300 Imperial Hwy.
Downey, CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8 Middle School

23 of 30 seat(s) are still available

Reserve A Seat

Summer 101: 4-Part Train-the-Trainer Series (Part 3) – May 17, 2018

Date: 05-17-2018
Duration: 8:00 - 8:30 am Check-in; 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Training
Cost: .00

This series will focus on the importance of summer learning including:

  • Summer learning loss (Part 1),
  • How to create a unique program culture (Part 2), and
  • How to use the Quick Comprehensive Assessment of Summer Programs (QuickCASP) (Part 3).

In Part 4, participants will practice utilizing the QuickCASP tool at a school site (the date will be determined at the Part 3 training).



Location:

LA County Office of Education, Room EC 107
9300 Imperial Hwy.
Downey, CA 90242

Intended Audience:

Academic Coach Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

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

N/A

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8 Middle School

21 of 30 seat(s) are still available

Reserve A Seat