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09/22/2022, 12/08/2022, 01/19/2023, 03/23/2023
09/14/2022, 10/26/2022, 11/30/2022, 01/18/2023, 02/15/2023
10/17/2022, 12/07/2022, 01/25/2023, 03/08/2023, 04/26/202
10/20/2022, 12/08/2022, 01/26/2023, 03/09/2023, 04/27/2023
05/24/2023, 05/25/2023
02/28/2023, 03/01/2023
02/16/2023, 02/17/2023
09/27/2022, 09/29/2022
09/20/2022, 12/13/2022
03/16/2023
02/09/2023, 03/02/2023
11/01/2022, 12/06/2022, 01/31/2023
10/11/22, 02/07/2022, 05/09/2023
09/13/2022, 10/04/2022
055/05/2023
04/17/2023, 04/24/2023
04/10/2023
12/15/2022
11/18/2022, 1/31/2023, 4/11/2023
11/01/2022
03/23/2023, 03/30/2023
03/06/2022, 3/13/2022
02/21/2023, 02/28/2023
02/14/2022
02/27/2022
01/31/2022
01/24/2022
01/17/2023
01/01/2023
12/06/2022
11/01/2022
10/18/2022, 10/25/2022
10/11/2022
10/03/2022
09/06/2022, 09/12/2022
November 2022, December 2022, Jan 2023, Feb 2023, Mar 2023, April 2023, May 2023
07/22/2022, 10/20/2022, 12/01/2022
10/07/2022
10/2022, 01/2023
08/30/2022, 11/03/2022, 01/10/2022, 03/21/2023
9/10/22
10/20/22

Math Leadership Network

Focus, plan, and lead to shift classroom practice in a way that leads to increased student confidence and achievement in mathematics!
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Date / Time / Location
09/22/2022, 12/08/2022, 01/19/2023, 03/23/2023
8:30am-11:30am
See registration link
Cost
$350.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Alisa Hamilton
Alisa Hamilton

Tim Hansen
Tim Hansen
tihansen@kern.org

April Pickett
Marylou Long
Zenaida Gallardo
Joaquin Castillo
Hilda Wright
Kyle Atkin

Kern County Science Leadership Network

To develop a countywide network of NGSS champions who will learn and share with each other new innovations that support the implementation of the CA NGSS. This year’s network will focus on key CA NGSS pedagogy and strategies to support students’ sense-making.  
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Date / Time / Location
09/14/2022, 10/26/2022, 11/30/2022, 01/18/2023, 02/15/2023
8:30am-2:00pm
See registration link
Cost
$350.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Roy

Ed Tech Leaders Network Series

The Educational Technology Leadership Network (EdTLN) provides a networking forum for technology and curriculum leaders and educators in Kern County. We address timely and relevant issues that support a stronger understanding of curriculum, networking, and expertise in technology integration. The EdTLN will be meeting five times during the school year. Agendas reflect current issues and emerging needs.
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Date / Time / Location
10/17/2022, 12/07/2022, 01/25/2023, 03/08/2023, 04/26/202
9:00am-12:00pm
See registration link
Cost
$375.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Network Meeting Series

This network is designed to support teachers, and administrators who would like to learn and share best practices regarding civic engagement, inquiry design, and instructional design.  
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Date / Time / Location
10/20/2022, 12/08/2022, 01/26/2023, 03/09/2023, 04/27/2023
9:00am-12:00pm
See registration link
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning with NGSS

The goal of the California Next Generation Science Standards (CA NGSS) is to prepare California students to be future citizens and future scientists. Science learning in school leads to citizens with the confidence, ability, and inclination to continue learning about issues, scientific and otherwise, that affect their lives and communities .Achieving this vision for all California students requires that they build toward science mastery through repeated opportunities for meaningful, engaging, and successful learning experiences. Come learn about and experience how the CA NGSS lays out a coherent progression for K-12 science based on accumulated research about science learning.
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Date / Time / Location
05/24/2023, 05/25/2023
8:30am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Jamie Viveros

Outdoor Science: Thinking Outside the Classroom

Research shows that environment-centered education improves student achievement. Whatever your school’s setting—urban, suburban, or rural—you can create stimulating outdoor classrooms for your students, with a little help from Outdoor Science. Come learn about how to create outdoor learning spaces that can be used from year to year—with little extra effort or resources.
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Date / Time / Location
02/28/2023, 03/01/2023
8:30am-3:00pm
CALM (California Living Museum)
Cost
$275.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Roy

Preparing for the CA Science Test

Although the CA Science Test is only administered to 5th graders, 8th graders, and once during high school, it is the job of the K-12 system to prepare students. Come learn about the implications of teaching and learning for the CAST.
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Date / Time / Location
02/16/2023, 02/17/2023
8:30am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Roy

Using Children’s Books to Inspire Learning

Come experience ready-to-teach science lessons that integrate science and reading in an engaging, kid-friendly way. Lessons include physical science, life science, earth and space science, and engineering.
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Date / Time / Location
09/27/2022, 09/29/2022
8:30am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$300.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Roy

Administrators Supporting CA NGSS

Implementing the CA Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) is indeed a major undertaking, and not just because implementing them is a large effort. The NGSS are a qualitatively big change. They require substantial changes in science teaching and learning, not merely a tweak or update. Indeed, it will take some earnest planning to be successful in bringing the exciting science learning opportunities of NGSS to all students.
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Date / Time / Location
09/20/2022, 12/13/2022
8:30am-10:30am
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$150.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Roy

Digital Tools

Mathematics should inspire and empower students. In mathematics, the process of learning is often more important than the actual results and knowledge: it teaches students problem-solving, logical reasoning, critical thinking, abstraction, and generalization. These skills are transferable to many other parts of life, even if the specific mathematical topics have no real-life applications. To make this most effective, students should be able to freely explore and be creative. Through the use of digital tools, students discover new patterns, ideas, reason mathematically, and communicate their thinking. The participants will be able to incorporate technology in a mathematics classroom enabling educators to craft powerful collaborative learning experiences that support problem-solving, reasoning, and flexible thinking based on the Rigor Stool from the CDE 2013 Mathematical Framework.
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Date / Time / Location
03/16/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$150.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Marylou Long
Joaquin Castillo

Building Thinking Classrooms

“If students aren’t thinking, everything is difficult. If students are thinking almost anything is possible,” states Peter Liljedahl, author of Building Thinking Classrooms. In this workshop, we will utilize the NCTM teaching practices, specifically emphasizing Implement tasks that promote reasoning and problem-solving, to engage in meaningful ways to create a student-centered classroom where students will collaborate and build positive math identities.
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Date / Time / Location
02/09/2023, 03/02/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$300.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Marylou Long
Hilda Wright
Kyle Atkin

Fraction Progression Series

Fractions are part of our everyday life and are a critical part of mathematics learning. Students need a strong foundation of numbers and fractions as they move through their math journey. In this interactive session, participants will engage in the progression of fraction understanding using a variety of tools and resources. We will dive into the conceptual meaning of fractions, equivalent fractions, fraction operations and more. Participants will walk away with specific tools and manipulatives that will support students’ reasoning and understanding of fractions that can be used immediately to build fraction sense.
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Date / Time / Location
11/01/2022, 12/06/2022, 01/31/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$575.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Zenaida Gallardo
Hilda Wright

Framework Series

California has adopted a new Math Framework filled with guidance for implementing CA Math Content Standards at high levels. Come and see what’s in this new framework, how it relates to the previous framework, and how it can be used to aid instruction and pedagogy. Each day will build on the previous day’s work for an entire three day series of learning and growing together.
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Date / Time / Location
10/11/22, 02/07/2022, 05/09/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$400.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Alisa Hamilton
Alisa Hamilton

Tim Hansen
Tim Hansen
tihansen@kern.org

April Pickett
Marylou Long
Zenaida Gallardo
Joaquin Castillo
Hilda Wright
Kyle Atkin

Counting Collections TK-2

Counting Collections is a hands-on routine in which students are at the center of the math learning as they build counting principles and additive thinking that is aligned to their grade-level standards. Students have opportunities to engage, play, and build a joy for math through collaboration, use of concrete objects, multiple representations, thinking, sense-making and reasoning. Counting Collections is particularly useful for developing the core practices of setting and maintaining clear expectations for participation, eliciting and responding to students’ ideas, and teaching toward an instructional goal.
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Date / Time / Location
09/13/2022, 10/04/2022
9:00am - 3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$300.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Marylou Long
Hilda Wright

Student-Centered Learning

Participants will learn the principles of student learning, and create screencasts for lessons. Teachers will also acquire strategies for promoting student autonomy, choice, and mastery.
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Date / Time / Location
055/05/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
City Centre
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Project Based Learning Series (Spring)

Participants will learn strategies for developing project-based learning curriculum that engages all learners. In series 1,  participants will identify the principles of PBL. In series 2, participants will create elements of a PBL lesson.
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Date / Time / Location
04/17/2023, 04/24/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Equity and Access (Spring)

Participants will understand the principles of equity and access as well as apply Chrome extensions to meet the needs of all learners.
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Date / Time / Location
04/10/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Reciprocal Teaching

Reciprocal teaching is scaffolded, or supported, discussion technique that incorporates four main strategies-predicting, questioning, clarifying, summarizing- that good readers use together to comprehend text.
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Date / Time / Location
12/15/2022
12:30 pm - 3:30pm
KCSOS Access Center Room 116
Cost
$75.00
Contact Info
miyoung@kern.org
661-636-4505
Who Will Benefit
Grades 3 - 12 District Administrators, Site Administrators, Other Instructional Leaders, Teachers (general education and special education)
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Young

Literacy Network

This network is an opportunity for educators to collaboratively explore best practices in literacy instruction in all instructional settings.
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Date / Time / Location
11/18/2022, 1/31/2023, 4/11/2023
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center, Room 204
Cost
$310.00
Contact Info
miyoung@kern.org
661-636-4505
Who Will Benefit
Tk - 12 District Administrators, Site Administrators, Other Instructional Leaders, Teachers (general education and special education)
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Mandy Fisher
Michelle Young

Notice and Note: Strategies for the Close Reading of Fiction

Do you want your students to go beyond simply decoding a text? To comprehend and to think deeply about what they've read? This training will show you how to teach your students to "notice and note" signposts in the texts they're reading. Just like the signposts that guide drivers in the right direction, the fictional signposts will guide your readers toward comprehension.
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Date / Time / Location
11/01/2022
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center, Room 101
Cost
$117.00
Contact Info
mafisher@kern.org
661-636-4239
Who Will Benefit
K - 12 Instructional Leaders, Teachers (general education and special education)
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Mandy Fisher

Strategies for Engagement Series

Teachers will identify various strategies for engaging all learners in a multimedia classroom. Teachers will create an engaging presentation to share with their students.
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Date / Time / Location
03/23/2023, 03/30/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
See registration link
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Differentiation with Technology Series (Spring)

Teachers will learn various strategies for using technology to differentiate instruction and facilitate engaging classrooms. In part 1, we examine some basic tools that can be utilized to differentiate. In part 2, we explore how to synthesize multiple tools that can be utilized to differentiate.
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Date / Time / Location
03/06/2022, 3/13/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Differentiation with Technology Series (Winter)

Teachers will learn various strategies for using technology to differentiate instruction and facilitate engaging classrooms. In part 1, we examine some basic tools that can be utilized to differentiate. In part 2, we explore how to synthesize multiple tools that can be utilized to differentiate.
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Date / Time / Location
02/21/2023, 02/28/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
See registration link
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Video Production

Participants will identify the basic features of a student-created video as a formative or summative assessment. Teachers will create a personalized video with audio, video, and images.
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Date / Time / Location
02/14/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Social Media

Participants will identify the principles of social media for education as well as learn strategies for creating engaging social media posts using popular platforms.
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Date / Time / Location
02/27/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Canva.com

Participants will utilize Canva for education to create engaging and multimedia presentations as a form of formative assessment.
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Date / Time / Location
01/31/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Engaging Presentations

Participants will learn how to customize the displays of information to create engaging presentations they can share with their students.
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Date / Time / Location
01/24/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Digital Inquiry Lesson Plans

Participants will identify the core elements of an inquiry before creating their own digital inquiries using various Google tools.
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Date / Time / Location
01/17/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

CAASPP & ELPAC Accessibility Features

Participants will identify the CAASPP and ELPAC accessibility features for universal and designated supports. Teachers will learn how Chrome extensions can be utilized to provide access to all learners throughout the year.
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Date / Time / Location
01/01/2023
9:00am-3:00pm
KCSOS City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Engagement with Games

Participants will evaluate various educational games and programs before creating their own games to play with students the next day.
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Date / Time / Location
12/06/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Scaffolding for English Language Support

Participants will learn how to leverage accessibility tools to provide access for all students including English Learners. The emphasis will be on dual coding, translating technology, and digital accessibility features that mirror those on the ELPAC.
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Date / Time / Location
11/01/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575

Project Based Learning Series (Fall)

Participants will learn strategies for developing project-based learning curriculum that engages all learners. In series 1,  participants will identify the principles of PBL. In series 2, participants will create elements of a PBL lesson.
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Date / Time / Location
10/18/2022, 10/25/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Equity and Access (Fall)

Participants will understand the principles of equity and access as well as apply Chrome extensions to meet the needs of all learners.
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Date / Time / Location
10/11/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
City Centre
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Multimedia Presentations

Participants will learn various strategies for engaging all learners in a multimedia classroom and create a multimedia presentation to share with their students.
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Date / Time / Location
10/03/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Differentiation with Technology Series (Fall)

Teachers will learn various strategies for using technology to differentiate instruction and facilitate engaging classrooms. In part 1, we examine some basic tools that can be utilized to differentiate. In part 2, we explore how to synthesize multiple tools that can be utilized to differentiate.
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Date / Time / Location
09/06/2022, 09/12/2022
9:00am-3:00pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
anedwards@kern.org
661-636-4575
Facilitator(s)
Zack Safi

Thinking Map Huddle

Now that you are using Thinking Maps, dive a little deeper and discover some new ways to extend learning with the maps. Share best practices, collaborate with others using Thinking Maps and learn new information. Attend all 7 huddles or just the topics you want to know more about.
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Date / Time / Location
November 2022, December 2022, Jan 2023, Feb 2023, Mar 2023, April 2023, May 2023
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Virtual
Cost
$75.00 per session
Contact Info
miyoung@kern.org
66-636-4505
Who Will Benefit
District Administrators, Site Administrators, Other Instructional Leaders, Teachers (general education and special education)
Facilitator(s)
Mandy Fisher
Michelle Young

Thinking Maps: Language for Learning

Thinking Maps is a set of eight visual patterns that correlate to specific cognitive processes. They are used across all grades and content areas to build the critical thinking, problem-solving, comprehension, and communication skills necessary for academic success in every domain.
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Date / Time / Location
07/22/2022, 10/20/2022, 12/01/2022
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
July - Larry E. Reider Education Center, Room 101 October - TBA December - KCSOS Access Center
Cost
$895.00
Contact Info
miyoung@kern.org
661-636-4505
Who Will Benefit
District Administrators, Site Administrators, Other Instructional Leaders, Teachers (general education and special education)
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Mandy Fisher
Michelle Young

High Impact Strategies for Comprehension (All Content Areas)

Reading comprehension is the act of understanding what you are reading. While the definition can be simply stated, the act is not simple to teach, learn, or practice. It is an intentional, active, interactive process that occurs before, during, and after a person reads.
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Date / Time / Location
10/07/2022
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Larry E. Reider Education Center, Room 101
Cost
$125.00
Contact Info
miyoung@kern.org
661-636-4505
Who Will Benefit
District Administrators, Site Administrators, Other Instructional Leaders, Teachers (general education and special education)
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Mandy Fisher
Michelle Young

Parents as Reading Partners

Reading at Home- Tips for Supporting Your Child School-aged children build skills in a variety of areas to become successful readers. Parents play an essential role in helping to develop lifelong readers and a love of reading in their children.
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Date / Time / Location
10/2022, 01/2023
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Virtual
Cost
Free
Contact Info
miyoung@kern.org
661-636-4505
Who Will Benefit
District Administrators, Site Administrators, Other Instructional Leaders, Teachers (general education and special education)
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Young

Kern Coaches Network

The Instructional Coaching Network connects TK-12 educators to learn, collaborate, and problem-solve the various aspects of coaching teachers. From building relationships to becoming a change agent, this network will focus on best practices to increase engagement and achievement for all students, including ELLs and students with disabilities.
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Date / Time / Location
08/30/2022, 11/03/2022, 01/10/2022, 03/21/2023
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Larry E. Rieder Education Center, Room 201 Larry E. Rieder Education Center, Room 202 Larry E. Rieder Education Center, Room 201 KCSOS City Centre, Room 1B
Cost
$350.00
Contact Info
miyoung@kern.org
661-636-4505
Who Will Benefit
K - 12 Instructional Leaders, Academic coaches
Includes
Materials
Facilitator(s)
Michelle Young

Kern’s CanvasCon 2022

What is Kern CanvasCon?

Kern CanvasCon is a one-day professional learning event in partnership with Kern County Superintendent of Schools and Kern High School District. Hear from educators and administrators who use Canvas to support teaching and learning wherever it happens—whether that’s fully remote, blended, or in person.

What you can expect:

Hear from an exciting keynote. Choose your own track-- novice, advanced user, and coach/admin. Learn new strategies. Get your questions answered. Swap stories with other Canvas-using educators like yourself!

Interested in presenting? Call for Proposals is open until July 15th. Presenters will receive free registration. Submit your session proposals here: https://bit.ly/KernCanvasCon
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Date / Time / Location
9/10/22
8:30 AM
Ridgeview High School
Cost
$250.00
Contact Info
jabumatay@kern.org
661-636-4628
Includes
Continental Breakfast & Lunch
Facilitator(s)
Krista Herrera
Cole Sampson

Power in Equity in Education Symposium: Choosing to See

Join us for this year's The Power of Equity in Education Symposium: Choosing to See on October 20, 2022! We will continue to focus on the best practices to strengthen our systems to more effectively prepare and respond to the needs of all students and create the conditions for them to thrive. More information regarding keynote speakers and breakout sessions to come! This year we will also be holding a half day pre-conference on October 19th at an additional cost. The Cost of Poverty Experience (COPE) is a 2.5 hour interactive simulation that highlights the lived realities and human impact of poverty. COPE is an experiential training that gives educators an opportunity to experience poverty firsthand through the eyes of real students and families.

Educators who attend COPE will gain a deeper insight into the realities of their students’ families who are experiencing poverty. It is designed for educators to see what the students they teach experience as their families navigate the system of social service organizations, governmental agencies and social challenges they face living in poverty.

The COPE pre-conference will be offered at two different time options on October 19th: 9-11:45 AM or 1-3:45 PM *Space is limited* Pricing will be as follows:   A thank you to our sponsor, 21st Century CSLA!
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Date / Time / Location
10/20/22
8:00 A.M.
Bakersfield Marriott, 801 Truxtun Ave.
Cost
Pre-Conference *Optional COPE Training October 19th $50 Early Bird Registration (Through August 15) $225 General Registration (After August 15) $250
Contact Info
jabumatay@kern.org
661-636-4628
Who Will Benefit
District and Site Administration, TOSAs, Teachers, Coaches, Educational Leaders
Includes
Continental Breakfast & Lunch
Facilitator(s)
Krista Herrera