Bringing Education Systems Together to
Strengthen California’s Teacher Workforce

Shaping the Future of Teacher Preparation

15-16 August 2019

Breakout Sessions Presentations
Day/Time

Title

Presenters Presentation Link
Thursday 2:45-3:45 pm Innovative Paths to Public Service: Scaling a Successful Regional Model to Build Pathways to Public Service Dr. Jeff Mrizek, Dean of Workforce and Economic Development, California Community College Chancellor’s Office

Bina Lefkovitz, Consultant to Institute for Local Government

Blaine Smith, Director Workforce & Economic Development, Los Rios College

Charley Gilmore, Curriculum Specialist, History-Social Science, Sacramento County Office of Education

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Handout

The Win-Win of Using Open Educational Resources (OER) and Creating a Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) in Elementary Education James Preston, VP of Educational Services, West Hills College Lemoore

Shannon Turmon, Education Faculty, West Hills College Lemoore

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Making the Case for Teachers: A Labor Market Approach Kathleen White, CCSF Teacher Prep Center Coordinator, Child Development & Family Studies Dept., City College of San Francisco

Laura Coleman, Statewide Director, Centers of Excellence for Labor Market Research

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Education Systems in the Same Region: Best Practices for Collaboration and Innovation Mariane Asad Doyle, Ph.D. Director, Career Technical and Adult Education, William S. Hart Union High School District

Gina Peterson, TEACH Director, College of the Canyons

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The Power of Partnerships: California State University and California Community Colleges Growing Teachers Together Dr. Marquita Grenot-Scheyer, CSU Assistant Vice Chancellor, Educator Preparation and Public School Programs

Colleen McKinley, Cerritos College, Director of Educational Partnerships and Programs

Sue Parsons, Cerritos College, Teacher TRAC Consultant and Director Emeritus

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CCC-CSU Collaboration Letter
CCC-CSU Collaboration Memo

Guided Pathways in Teacher Preparation: Implementation Efforts Yadira Arellano, Faculty El Camino College & Rio Hondo College/TEACH Community Coordinator for El Camino College

Steve Bautista, Counselor/Coordinator, Center for Teacher Education, Santa Ana College

Mary Funaoka, Ed.D., Associate Professor/Co-Chair, Child Development and Education Studies, Santa Ana College

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Thursday 4:00-5:00 pm 5 Tips to Establish a New Teacher Preparation Program Megan Kaplinsky, Teacher Preparation Program Coordinator and Education Faculty, Long Beach City College

Deanna Hall, Faculty, Co-chair of Child development and Education Department and CTE Liaison, Ventura College

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Best Practices: Collaborating with 4-year Transfer Universities Kathleen White, CCSF Teacher Prep Center Coordinator, Child Development & Family Studies Dept. City College of San Francisco

James Preston, VP of Educational Services, West Hills College Lemoore

Shannon Turmon, Education Faculty, West Hills College Lemoore

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Leveraging the Development of a Cradle-to-Career Data System to Assist Teacher Preparation Programs Cindy Kazanis, Director of Analysis, Measurement, and Accountability Reporting Division, CA Department of Education

Jonathan Isler, Administrator of Data Visualization and Reporting Office, California Department of Education

 

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Diversifying Early Childhood Education: Providing Opportunities, Support, and Resources for Males in the Field of Early Childhood Education Billy Truong, Adjunct Faculty, Child, Family, and Education Studies Department, East Los Angeles College

Greg Uba, Sacramento Valley Chapter of the California Association for the Education of Young Children

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ECE Handbook

Creating Pathways with 4-year institutions Agustin Cervantes, Director of Student Services Charter School of Education, CSULA

Yadira Arellano, Faculty El Camino College & Rio Hondo College/TEACH Community Coordinator for El Camino College

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Work-based Learning Internships Christina Smith, Child Development and Education Professor Saddleback College

Katelyn King, Saddleback College, Center for Teaching Pathways, Project Specialist

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Friday
9:30-10:30 am
They are on Campus (Untapped Populations): Tackling Opportunity Gaps for Future Teachers Alyssa Bahr Casillas, Project Director, CCCCO Statewide Collaborative for Special Populations

Tonette Salter, Equity Analyst, CA Perkins Joint Special Populations Advisory

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Grow Your Own: Community College’s Role in Diversifying the Teacher Pipeline Kathleen White, Teacher Prep Center Coordinator, City College of San Francisco

Gina Peterson, TEACH Director, College of the Canyons

Luis Chavez, Senior Director, Career Ladders Project

 

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Strengthening Teacher Pathways Through TK-12 and Community College Partnerships Colleen McKinley, Director of Educational Partnerships and Programs, Cerritos College

Janis Perry, Project Director, Orange County Teacher Pathway Partnership, Professor, Santiago Canyon College

Lisa Azevedo, Chief Executive Officer, CA Advancing Pathways for Students (CalAPS), CTE Administrator, Bellflower Unified

Dr. Isel Taylor, Education/Child Development Teacher, Bellflower Unified

Laura Rheaume, Education Pathway Teacher, ABC Unified

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Is California’s Largest Teacher Training Program Already Here? Mike Snell, CEO, California Teaching Fellows Foundation

Aleah Rosario, Senior Specialist, Workforce Development, Foundation for California Community Colleges

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Dual Enrollment Success: Resources and Best Practices of Dual Enrollment in a Teacher Preparation Pipeline Dr. Naomi Castro, Director, Career Ladders Project

Carla Yorke, Dual Enrollment Manager, Cerritos College

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Mentoring and Supporting Tomorrow’s Teachers Barbara Saur, Saddleback College, Center for Teaching Pathways, Program Facilitator

Dr. Sharon Seidman, Faculty, Academic Advisor, Early Childhood Coordinator for Child & Adolescent Studies, CSU Fullerton

Katelyn King, Project Specialist, Center for Teaching Pathways, Saddleback College

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