Behavior Management and Positive Discipline

Presenter: Renee Marshall
Moderator: Bobby Becka
Hosted by El Camino College, Friday, 22 May 2020 from 9a – 10a (Pacific)

Workshop participants will learn behavioral developmental norms of elementary aged children and strategies to help your child be successful. During this workshop we will review best practices of behavior management and will discuss related topics.

Materials: Behavior Management and Positive Discipline PowerPoint presentation

Build A Better Future: Go Teach!

Presenter: Wendy Muzien
Hosted by: Cal-State, Long Beach College of Education, Monday, 11 May 2020, 11a – 12p

Learn how to become an elementary, middle and high school teacher.

Materials: Build A Better Future (Outreach SP20)

Cal Poly Pomona, Teacher Credential Programs

 

Presenter: Jeanne Reynaga
Hosted by: Cal Poly Pomona College of Education and Integrative Studies

This workshop allows one the opportunity to learn more about the Teacher Credential Programs – Multiple Subject (Elementary Teacher), Single Subject (Middle School and High School Teacher), and Education Specialist (Special Education Teacher) – offered at Cal Poly Pomona.

Materials: Cal Poly Pomona Teacher Credential Programs Workshop 5_14_2020
Cal Poly Pomona Teacher Credential Programs Workshop 5_15_2020
Cal Poly Pomona Teacher Credential Programs Workshop 5_21_2020
Cal Poly Pomona Teacher Credential Programs Workshop 5_22_2020
CL667_Basic Skills Requirement
Education Specialist Mild to Moderate
Education Specialist Moderate to Severe
Mulitple Subject Credential Flyer
Single Subject Credential Flyer

California State University Dominguez Hills, Teaching Requirements for Elementary and Secondary School Settings

Presenter: Dr. Maria Morales-Thomas
Hosted by: California State University, Dominguez Hills, College of Education

Information on Teaching Credentials and Masters Programs.

Materials: Information Session – Spring 2020 April

Cal State Fullerton, Teacher Preparation Pathway

Presenter: Jennifer Robles
Hosted by: California State University, Fullerton, Monday, 18 May 2020, 11a – 12p

During this workshop you will learn about the services provided by CSUF’s Center for Careers in Teaching, transferring to CSUF, and information on the teacher preparation pathway.

Materials: Virtual teacher pathway presentation

Faculty Interviewing Success: Tips for Community College Faculty Positions

Presenter: Renee Marshall
Hosted by El Camino College, Wednesday, 20 May 2020, 11a – 12p (Pacific)

This workshop will cover tips and strategies for those interviewing for adjunct and full time faculty positions within the California Community College system.

Integrating 21st Century Technologies in Education, Two-Part Workshop, Part 1 of 2

Presenter: Dr. Manisha Javeri, Professor, CSULA
Hosted by: Rio Hondo College, 18 May 2020, 11:30a – 1p

This workshop will educate participants with four authoring tools (Flipgrid, Nearpod, Adobe Spark, and Kahoot), and their effective classroom integration, information on the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards, including computational thinking competencies and the new computer science standards. The workshop will also provide the participants with some best practices for remote/online teaching. The workshop will be delivered via zoom and will be interactive. Companion Website: https://sites.google.com/view/talkedtech/home

Integrating 21st Century Technologies in Education, Two-Part Workshop, Part 2 of 2

Presenter: Dr. Manisha Javeri, Professor, CSULA
Hosted by: Rio Hondo College, 19 May 2020, 11:30a – 1p

This workshop will educate participants with four authoring tools (Flipgrid, Nearpod, Adobe Spark, and Kahoot), and their effective classroom integration, information on the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards, including computational thinking competencies and the new computer science standards. The workshop will also provide the participants with some best practices for remote/online teaching. The workshop will be delivered via zoom and will be interactive. Companion Website: https://sites.google.com/view/talkedtech/home

Managing Home and School Life in Quarantine

Presenters, Future Teachers: Corretta L Gray and Alexandros Steven Martinez (El Camino), and Berenice Pagan and Teresa Velasquez (Rio Hondo)
Moderator: Yadira Arellano
Hosted by El Camino and Rio Hondo Colleges, Tuesday, 22 May 2020 from 10a to 11a (Pacific)

Future teachers helping future teachers! Come and get some best practices on managing your class, children, and yourself during this time at home.
Materials:

Mindfullness Practices for Future Teachers

Presenter: Melanie Levy
Hosted by: Long Beach City College, 19 May 2020, 12 – 1p and 5 – 6p

This workshop will share mindfulness techniques specific for teachers and students. We will work to address common triggers including time management, financial and personal responsibilities and studying. The goal is to create intentional actions to soothe and bring clarity in uncertain situations.

Materials: Mindfulness Practices
Resources for mindfulness

Teaching Your Occupation

Moderator: Renee Marshall
Presenter: Richard Nicholson
Hosted by El Camino College on Thursday, 21 May 2020, 11a – 12p (Pacific)

This workshop will give information on the application process to obtain a credential to teach your career in the State of California. Career Technical Education (CTE) programs, such as automotive, culinary education, etc., are examples of those taught by instructors with experience in their industry fields. Learn about the Designated Subjects Credential and bring any questions you have about transitioning from industry to the classroom. This workshop is 30 minutes long, followed by time for questions and answers.

The Path to Becoming a Teacher - Many Roads, Many Voices

Presenters: Dr. Katherine Marsh, Biology Instructor and developer of a new Biomanufacturing Program (Compton College); Abigail Tatlilioglu, Mathematics Instructor (Compton College); Don Mason, Administration of Justice Instructor; Philip May, Compton HS CTE/ROP Teacher – Project Lead the WayEngineering; and Dr. Deena Smith, Lynwood HS Biomedical Pathway Teacher

Hosted by: Compton College, Tuesday, 12 May 2020, 6 – 7p

The path towards becoming a STEM or CTE teacher can be filled with uncertainty and a number of job opportunities that will inform your practice. Establishing the level of education you might want to teach at and the type of community you might want to impact are just the beginning of a list of questions that will help prepare you for the journey. Join us on Tuesday, May 12th at 6:00 pm to hear the first-hand perspective of teachers from a variety of disciplines and instructional levels.

Materials: TEACH collaborative webinar 05.12.20

The Teacher's Lounge

Presenter: Melanie Levy
Hosted by: Long Beach City College, Thursday, 21 May 2020, 12p – 1p

Want to know what goes on behind doors? Join us for an informal chat with former and current K-12 teachers. They will share stories that reveal the ups and downs of our profession. Laugh, cry and get inspired!

Materials: The Teacher’s Lounge – agenda
The Teacher’s Lounge – presentation

Thriving in the Classroom: 10 Essential Tips

Presenter: Renee Marshall
Hosted by El Camino College, Monday, 18 May 2020, 1-2p (Pacific)

This workshop will engage future K-12 teachers on strategies to thrive in the classroom. The workshop will open with a brief overview of employment trends and opportunities in the field of K-12 education. Participants will learn 10 tips to help them be the best teacher they can be. During this workshop, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in dialogue.

Materials: 10 Tips for Thriving in the Classroom

Unpacking STEM Identi(ties) and Agenci(ies), Two-Part Workshop, Part 1 of 2

Presenter: Dr. Christina Restrepo, Professor, CSULA
Hosted by: Rio Hondo College, Monday, 18 May 2020, 1p –
2:30p

In this workshop, attendees will unpack their identities (Part 1) related to the role science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and STEM education has impacted their past, present and future lives and pursuits. In Part 2 of the workshop, attendees will unpack their agencies related to the role science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and STEM education has impacted their past, present and future lives and pursuits.

Materials: Part 1 presentation – STEM Identi(ties)_RH

Unpacking STEM Identi(ties) and Agenci(ies), Two-Part Workshop, Part 2 of 2

Presenter: Dr. Christina Restrepo, Professor, CSULA
Hosted by: Rio Hondo College, Tuesday, 19 May 2020, 1p –
2:30p

In this workshop, attendees will unpack their identities (Part 1) related to the role science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and STEM education has impacted their past, present and future lives and pursuits. In Part 2 of the workshop, attendees will unpack their agencies related to the role science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and STEM education has impacted their past, present and future lives and pursuits.

Materials: Part 2 presentation – CRN_Agenc(ies)

Exploring Careers in Education (Pre-Recorded)

Presenters: Colleen McKinley – Director, Educational Partnerships and Programs, Cerritos College; Dionne Gibson – Assistant Professor and Program Director, Child Development, Cerritos College; Dr. Xochitl Ortiz – Principal, Columbus High School, Downey USD; and Lori Acosta – College and Career Counselor, Downey High School, Downey USD

Hosted by: Cerritos College

Panelist share their individual journeys to becoming educators and their current positions.

Cerritos College’s Teacher Training Academy program hosts a series workshops for students known as “TRAC Time”. In this edition of TRAC Time the focus is on the different careers possible for students who are interested in education. The panel of 5 guest educators discuss their purpose for becoming educators, their personal educational journeys, and their current roles within the communities they serve. We hope you enjoy the video, for more information on our program or how to enroll please visit our website: https://www.cerritos.edu/teachertrac/
Virtual Teacher Panel (Pre-Recorded)

Virtual Teacher Panel hosted by Rio Hondo College, 23 April 2020

Panelists share their personal experiences and pathways to becoming a teacher.

Virtual Workshop Series Program

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The Los Angeles regional TPP community college partners collaborated to organize a virtual conference for May 2020.

Please check back on this page, or on the
TEACH Los Angeles Regional Collaborative website (https://www.teachlarc.org/)
for more materials and videos from the individual sessions.

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