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  • CCTE SPAN 2021 March 4 and 5
    All day
    March 4, 2021-March 5, 2021

    No additional detail for this event.

  • CCCAOE March 3-5
    All day
    March 4, 2021-March 5, 2021

    No additional detail for this event.

  • CCCAOE Presentation: “Antelope Valley Teacher Accelerated Preparation Programs (TAPP) Project”
    8:30 am-10:00 am
    March 4, 2021

    The Antelope Valley Teacher Accelerated Preparation Programs (TAPP) Project will bring key stakeholders in teacher preparation together to coordinate, collaborate and design teaching pathways and contextualized learning opportunities for future teachers in Antelope Valley, with a special concentration on serving Hispanic students. This 5 year federally funded project will help to create EDU certificates and pathways that are carefully crafted to best support all students, but especially Antelope Valley’s Hispanic student population. The TAPP Project will allow community college teacher preparation students to seamlessly take courses at Antelope Valley College (including its’ satellite campus) that will support students on their pathway to the teaching workforce, with specific strategies and resources put in place throughout the pathway to best support a Grow Your Own model of teacher preparation within Antelope Valley’s Hispanic population. Attend the session to learn about building teacher preparation efforts in the South Central Coast region and this exciting 5 year project that Antelope Valley College kicked off in late fall 2020.

     

  • Virtual Education Job Fair (Tulare County and Kings County Offices of Education)
    4:00 pm-7:00 pm
    March 4, 2021

    From the California Center on Teaching Careers: Last chance to register for tomorrow’s statewide virtual event. If you missed the last Statewide event, here is your opportunity to attend another Statewide Event! Register with the link below.

    Tulare County Office of Education Kings County Office of Education Fresno State CSUBB (Official) CAAASA Edjoin.org Calsa – California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators UC Merced UCLA Fresno County Office Of Education #teachers #students #k12jobs #jobsearch #administrators #jobseekers #Graduates #career #careergrowth

    Register here: https://thecentervirtualevents-tkcoe21.vfairs.com/

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    • CCTE SPAN 2021 March 4 and 5
      All day
      March 4, 2021-March 5, 2021

      No additional detail for this event.

    • CCCAOE March 3-5
      All day
      March 4, 2021-March 5, 2021

      No additional detail for this event.

    • CCCAOE Presentation: "Antelope Valley Teacher Accelerated Preparation Programs (TAPP) Project"
      8:30 am-10:00 am
      March 4, 2021

      The Antelope Valley Teacher Accelerated Preparation Programs (TAPP) Project will bring key stakeholders in teacher preparation together to coordinate, collaborate and design teaching pathways and contextualized learning opportunities for future teachers in Antelope Valley, with a special concentration on serving Hispanic students. This 5 year federally funded project will help to create EDU certificates and pathways that are carefully crafted to best support all students, but especially Antelope Valley’s Hispanic student population. The TAPP Project will allow community college teacher preparation students to seamlessly take courses at Antelope Valley College (including its’ satellite campus) that will support students on their pathway to the teaching workforce, with specific strategies and resources put in place throughout the pathway to best support a Grow Your Own model of teacher preparation within Antelope Valley’s Hispanic population. Attend the session to learn about building teacher preparation efforts in the South Central Coast region and this exciting 5 year project that Antelope Valley College kicked off in late fall 2020.

       

    • Virtual Education Job Fair (Tulare County and Kings County Offices of Education)
      4:00 pm-7:00 pm
      March 4, 2021

      From the California Center on Teaching Careers: Last chance to register for tomorrow’s statewide virtual event. If you missed the last Statewide event, here is your opportunity to attend another Statewide Event! Register with the link below.

      Tulare County Office of Education Kings County Office of Education Fresno State CSUBB (Official) CAAASA Edjoin.org Calsa – California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators UC Merced UCLA Fresno County Office Of Education #teachers #students #k12jobs #jobsearch #administrators #jobseekers #Graduates #career #careergrowth

      Register here: https://thecentervirtualevents-tkcoe21.vfairs.com/

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  • Santiago Canyon College Tomorrow’s Teachers Annual Conference
    8:30 am-2:00 pm
    March 19, 2021

    Attend Santiago Canyon College’s Virtual Tomorrow’s Teachers Conference. This FREE conference is open to high school and community college students interested in pursuing a career in teaching. An amazing keynote speaker and various workshops on topics related to teaching will be presented. Every year the conference has over 400 participants from throughout Orange County.​ Don’t miss out on this amazing conference for future teachers!

    Greetings TPP Community!

    I wanted to forward the information about the Santiago Canyon College Tomorrow’s Teachers Annual Conference (virtual this year) in hopes that you might spread the word to your campuses and program students.

    Since we are virtual and free, I wanted to open it up to a larger audience and have future teacher students from all over invited to attend.

    It is a great way for students to gain some additional hours in their fieldwork courses since most of us have opted to add “professional development workshops” to field experience in lieu of 45 hours of just watching teaching videos!

    If it feels useful…spread the word.

    Below is the link and TTC flyer that can be shared with others. Registration is now open and students can register at www.sccollege.edu/TTC

    SCC TTC Flyer

  • Civic Dialogues Series: Teaching Hope and Reviving Democracy
    12:00 pm-2:00 pm
    March 19, 2021
    Civic Dialogues Series
    Each weekly session of the series is two hours in length, from 12 pm to 2 pm. During the first hour our guest speaker will share their topic and address your questions. This will be followed with a facilitated discussion designed to help you consider how these ideas or models could be practiced on your campus or in your classrooms.

    Our schedule of Civic Dialogues, topics, and speakers includes:

    February 26 – Democracy “With” the People – Dr. David Mathews, President and CEO, Kettering Foundation and former U.S. Secretary of Education, Health, and Welfare, Ford Administration

    March 5 – Reclaiming the Democratic Purpose of California’s Public Schools – Dr. John Rogers, Director, Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access (IDEA), University of California, Los Angeles and Dr. Joseph Kahne, Ted and Jo Dutton Presidential Chair in Education Policy and Politics, University of California, Riverside

    March 12 – Awakening Democracy through Public Work – Dr. Harry Boyte, Co-founder of the Institute of Public Life and Work, Augsburg University and Senior Scholar in Public Work Philosophy

    March 19 – Teaching Hope and Reviving Democracy – Dr. Sarah Stitlzein, Professor of Education and Affiliate Professor of Philosophy, University of Cincinnati

    March 26 – How to Promote Democratic Engagement on College Campuses – Dr. Jennifer Domagal-Goldman, Executive Director, All In Campus Democracy Challenge at Civic Nation

    April 2 – Democracy, Civic Engagement, and Citizenship in Higher Education: Reclaiming Our Civic Purpose – Dr. William Flores, Former President of University of Houston- Downtown and Professor of Political Science and Dr. Noel Bezette-Flores, Chief Student Engagement Officer and Associate Dean, Global Campus, San Diego State University

  • Dr. E.J.R. David (San Jose State Emancipatory Education Speaker Series)
    3:30 pm-5:00 pm
    March 19, 2021

    What should education look like post-COVID? How do we get there?

    Many are looking forward to a time when we can go back to “normal” in education; however, that “normal” wasn’t working for too many of our children, youth, families and communities. While we await the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine, we have an opportunity to imagine what a post-COVID education system can and should look like.

    Join us for a series of live, online conversations with nationally recognized speakers and emerging voices who will share their visions for post-COVID education through an emancipatory lens and to identify steps to enact their visions.  Read through the remainder of this page to learn more and register for each of our upcoming speaker events and check this page throughout February and March for updates about additional speaker events!

    This speaker series has been sponsored by the SJSU Connie L. Lurie College of Education and Division of Student Affairs.

    Various dates

    Link to series: https://www.sjsu.edu/education/community/iee/speaker-series?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiT1RJeVpEZ3lZak5tTkRobSIsInQiOiI4YmQxUm1vbjhIdU1vb0piaEY0Q1NTZGVQUFRCalFUUHBaM25EeTk5Q3B1Qmk2YTB0YTUzOE1UdWFTWXc0aTlkc01XazdCYlR5a2ViVE9IbU1pbllwR0R6M3IweWpaZnJEMlZranpTUWUxYm5CR2RhZ1RLT1U0WXlTZXFDTW05bCJ9

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  • Civic Dialogues Series: How to Promote Democratic Engagement on College Campuses
    12:00 pm-2:00 pm
    March 26, 2021
    Civic Dialogues Series
    Each weekly session of the series is two hours in length, from 12 pm to 2 pm. During the first hour our guest speaker will share their topic and address your questions. This will be followed with a facilitated discussion designed to help you consider how these ideas or models could be practiced on your campus or in your classrooms.

    Our schedule of Civic Dialogues, topics, and speakers includes:

    February 26 – Democracy “With” the People – Dr. David Mathews, President and CEO, Kettering Foundation and former U.S. Secretary of Education, Health, and Welfare, Ford Administration

    March 5 – Reclaiming the Democratic Purpose of California’s Public Schools – Dr. John Rogers, Director, Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access (IDEA), University of California, Los Angeles and Dr. Joseph Kahne, Ted and Jo Dutton Presidential Chair in Education Policy and Politics, University of California, Riverside

    March 12 – Awakening Democracy through Public Work – Dr. Harry Boyte, Co-founder of the Institute of Public Life and Work, Augsburg University and Senior Scholar in Public Work Philosophy

    March 19 – Teaching Hope and Reviving Democracy – Dr. Sarah Stitlzein, Professor of Education and Affiliate Professor of Philosophy, University of Cincinnati

    March 26 – How to Promote Democratic Engagement on College Campuses – Dr. Jennifer Domagal-Goldman, Executive Director, All In Campus Democracy Challenge at Civic Nation

    April 2 – Democracy, Civic Engagement, and Citizenship in Higher Education: Reclaiming Our Civic Purpose – Dr. William Flores, Former President of University of Houston- Downtown and Professor of Political Science and Dr. Noel Bezette-Flores, Chief Student Engagement Officer and Associate Dean, Global Campus, San Diego State University

  • Statewide CCC-TPP Meeting
    12:00 pm-2:00 pm
    March 26, 2021

    No additional detail for this event.

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