Sep
25
9:00 AM09:00

Assessment for Global Competence CGEP@WorldSavvy

World Savvy’s Assessment for Global Competence workshop is a one-day experience focused on building educator’s capacity for assessing global competence in the classroom. Through hands-on exploration, participants will explore the importance of reflections as a practice to deepen thinking around global competence, design high-quality performance assessments aimed at developing the global competence of students and explore World Savvy’s suite of resources. Opportunities for collaboration and shared learning will be featured throughout the day. For more information, contact Brooke Laundon at brooke@worldsavvy.org.

Cost: $150

Register:

https://bit.ly/2NfGLmo

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Oct
5
8:30 AM08:30

NEW TEACHER INSTITUTE- CGEP@LB

NEW TEACHER INSTITUTE

Professional Development that offers:

- Technology for You and Your Students

- Literacy in The Classroom

- A Teacher is a Person Too: Importance of Self-Care

$25 Deposit (will be returned upon attendance)

Breakfast and Parking Included

Free Supplies and Resources

Open to All Subjects

Grades 6-12

First Session:

Saturday October 5, 2019

8:30am - 1:00pm

Sign up at:

http://bit.ly/CGEP2019

F u t u r e S e s s i o n s :

J a n u a r y 2 0 2 0

A p r i l 2 0 2 0

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Dec
14
9:00 AM09:00

CGEP@CSULB NEW CURRICULUM FOR ETHNIC STUDIES, US HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, WORLD LANGUAGE (SPANISH) , ENGLISH L A N G U A G E A R T S , A N D O T H E R S !

Teachers will experience mini-lessons that introduce students to the personal struggles and triumphs of key Latino leaders representing a variety of professions including: education, politics, medicine, science, and others. This work is a collaboration between the California Global Education Project and the Latino Leaders Network.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOP, PLEASE CONTACT:

BARBARA DOTEN

BARBARA.DOTEN@CSULB.EDU

OR TEXT: 562-355-9400

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Aug
6
to Aug 8

China Program to Advance Cultural Education (PACE) CGEP@Fullerton

This 3-day program is designed by FIRST to advance the understanding of Chinese history, culture, literature, art, music and the educational needs of Chinese students in the classroom.  The program brings students, parents and teachers together to discuss how to maximize the education of all students.

CGEP will present this program in collaboration with the South Coast Chinese Cultural Center. (SCCCC)  You will learn about the history and culture of Greater China and about the Chinese Americans who are immigrating in records numbers into Southern California.  Learn about the needs and contributions of this population.  Teachers receive a classroom library and lessons for teaching about Chinese culture. A $300 stipend for full participation is provided by the SCCCC.  A banquet is provided to close the program on the final day.

Registration:  Email Connie DeCapite at cdecapite@fullerton.edu for more information on how to register

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Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@WorldSavvy (Bay Area)
Aug
5
to Aug 8

Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@WorldSavvy (Bay Area)

(Note: August dates not yet confirmed and TBD)

This year-long program for K-12 teachers begins with a 5-day institute, continues throughout the school year with follow-up meetings, field study, webinars, coaching, and/or other local support, and culminates with a student exhibition of learning and action projects that demonstrate agency and address local sustainability issues related to the environment. 

Throughout this program, educators interact with academic scholars, local government, professionals, community organizers, and colleagues to learn to:

·     Build knowledge about sustainability and the environment

·     Develop students’ global competence

·     Integrate design thinking into instructional plans

·     Engage students in relevant learning and problem solving

·     Facilitate student-driven action projects for sustainable communities 

This program is designed for interdisciplinary studies and the teaching of environmental literacy and global competence across subject areas. Sustainable communities value and embrace social, economic, and ecological diversity. As such, we are looking for diverse representation among participants and the students they serve. We will tailor content and resources to the group’s needs while focusing on strategies for equity and engagement for all students.

Register now at CalGlobalEd.org for the program closest to you before limited spaces are filled. For more information, please contact Regional Director Brooke Laundon at brooke@worldsavvy.org

       

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Jul
23
to Jul 25

Korea Program to Advance Cultural Education (PACE) CGEP@Fullerton

This 3-day program is designed by FIRST to advance the understanding of Korean history, culture, literature, art, music and the educational needs of Korean students in the classroom.  The program brings students, parents and teachers together to discuss how to maximize the education of all students.

CGEP will present this program in collaboration with the Irvine Korean Parents Association (IKPA).  You will learn about the history and culture of Korean and about the Korean American experience.  You will have an opportunity to participate in student, parent and teacher dialogues related to cultural and educational issues and needs. Teachers receive a classroom library and lessons for teaching about Korean culture, history and the arts. A $300 stipend for full participation is provided by the IKPA. A banquet at a nearby Korean restaurant concludes the program. 

Registration:  Email Connie DeCapite at cdecapite@fullerton.edu for more information on how to register

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CGEP @ Long Beach- New Teacher Institute
Jul
10
to Jul 12

CGEP @ Long Beach- New Teacher Institute

The California Global Education Project at Long Beach is hosting a 3-day New Teachers Institute for K-12 teachers with 5 years or less experience in the classroom, who are seeking supportive opportunities to foster their own pedagogical learning and leadership development. The program is designed to help new teachers develop into future leaders, to aid their professional growth both in the classroom and in the field of education, to increase their resources and to form a network of teacher support. Applications will be taken online at: https://bit.ly/2HUZYHh

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Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@Fullerton
Jun
25
to Jun 28

Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@Fullerton

This year-long program for K-12 teachers begins with a 5-day institute, continues throughout the school year with follow-up meetings, field study, webinars, coaching, and/or other local support, and culminates with a student exhibition of learning and action projects that demonstrate agency and address local sustainability issues related to the environment. 

Throughout this program, educators interact with academic scholars, local government, professionals, community organizers, and colleagues to learn to:

·     Build knowledge about sustainability and the environment

·     Develop students’ global competence

·     Integrate design thinking into instructional plans

·     Engage students in relevant learning and problem solving

·     Facilitate student-driven action projects for sustainable communities 

This program is designed for interdisciplinary studies and the teaching of environmental literacy and global competence across subject areas. Sustainable communities value and embrace social, economic, and ecological diversity. As such, we are looking for diverse representation among participants and the students they serve. We will tailor content and resources to the group’s needs while focusing on strategies for equity and engagement for all students.

Register now at CalGlobalEd.org for the program closest to you before limited spaces are filled. For more information, please contact Regional Director Connie DeCapite at cdecapite@fullerton.edu

       

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Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@Long Beach
Jun
24
to Jun 28

Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@Long Beach

This year-long program for K-12 teachers begins with a 5-day institute, continues throughout the school year with follow-up meetings, field study, webinars, coaching, and/or other local support, and culminates with a student exhibition of learning and action projects that demonstrate agency and address local sustainability issues related to the environment. 

Throughout this program, educators interact with academic scholars, local government, professionals, community organizers, and colleagues to learn to:

·     Build knowledge about sustainability and the environment

·     Develop students’ global competence

·     Integrate design thinking into instructional plans

·     Engage students in relevant learning and problem solving

·     Facilitate student-driven action projects for sustainable communities 

This program is designed for interdisciplinary studies and the teaching of environmental literacy and global competence across subject areas. Sustainable communities value and embrace social, economic, and ecological diversity. As such, we are looking for diverse representation among participants and the students they serve. We will tailor content and resources to the group’s needs while focusing on strategies for equity and engagement for all students.

Register now at CalGlobalEd.org for the program closest to you before limited spaces are filled. For more information, please contact Regional Director Barbara Doten at Barbara.Doten@csulb.edu

       

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Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@SDSU
Jun
10
to Jun 13

Teaching for Sustainable Communities CGEP@SDSU

This year-long program for K-12 teachers begins with a 5-day institute, continues throughout the school year with follow-up meetings, field study, webinars, coaching, and/or other local support, and culminates with a student exhibition of learning and action projects that demonstrate agency and address local sustainability issues related to the environment. 

Throughout this program, educators interact with academic scholars, local government, professionals, community organizers, and colleagues to learn to:

·     Build knowledge about sustainability and the environment

·     Develop students’ global competence

·     Integrate design thinking into instructional plans

·     Engage students in relevant learning and problem solving

·     Facilitate student-driven action projects for sustainable communities 

This program is designed for interdisciplinary studies and the teaching of environmental literacy and global competence across subject areas. Sustainable communities value and embrace social, economic, and ecological diversity. As such, we are looking for diverse representation among participants and the students they serve. We will tailor content and resources to the group’s needs while focusing on strategies for equity and engagement for all students.

Register now at CalGlobalEd.org for the program closest to you before limited spaces are filled. For more information, please contact Regional Interim Director Kelly Leon at kleon@sdsu.edu

       

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CGEP @ Sonoma -Social Justice Inquiry to Action Teacher Colloquium
May
2
4:30 PM16:30

CGEP @ Sonoma -Social Justice Inquiry to Action Teacher Colloquium

Please join us for the Social Justice Inquiry to Action Teacher Colloquium on Thursday, May 2 at 4:30pm in Ballroom B of the Student Center at Sonoma State University.  This is a public event showcasing the pivotal work of a committed group of educators from Santa Rosa City Schools focused on the integration of global competence and social justice principles into curriculum, policies, and practices in their respective spaces. With the support of their SRCS district leaders and partners from the Sonoma State University School of Education and the California Global Education Project, the Social Justice Inquiry to Action presenters – representing school staff, teachers, and administrators – have engaged in collaborative research and creative work spanning a variety of topics and goals, including but not limited to: restorative justice practices, creating spaces for student voice and decision-making, teacher performance evaluation for equitable teaching, and integrating social justice content and standards into the curriculum. Refreshments will be served.  For more information, please contact Aja LaDuke at laduke@sonoma.edu.

Hope to see you there!

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Global Book Bags   CGEP@Long Beach
Apr
27
9:00 AM09:00

Global Book Bags CGEP@Long Beach

Global Book Bags

FREE Workshop Series for Elementary Teachers

Global Book Bags are learning resources for students to take home to develop global competencies, practice literacy skills, and engage parents/guardians in learning activities. Each Global Book Bag consists of an age appropriate book, a set of instructions, and any materials necessary to complete the learning activities described in the instructions. These book bags were designed for elementary grade students to take home for 4-5 days and share with an older family member but can be adapted for instructional activities in the classroom.

This workshop is for elementary grade teachers and librarians interested in developing global competence and literacy skills through children's literature and home (or classroom) learning activities. Participants will learn about Global Book Bags and Global Competence, explore literature with global themes, and create book bags to take back to their classrooms

April 27 is the initial meeting. $100 mini-grants available for those participants who create and submit 3 book bags from a variety of titles.

Click here to register.

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Apr
20
9:00 AM09:00

World Religions Series: Buddhism CGEP@Fullerton

The California Global Education Project @ CSU Fullerton (formerly known as Fullerton International Resources for Schools and Teachers--FIRST) is providing this opportunity to learn about the religions and cultures of the diverse student populations in our Southern California classrooms. This series will continue over a 3 year period to provide an opportunity to explore all of the major World Religions.  Each class will provide appropriate classroom materials and lessons related to California State Standards. The major goals of this series, which is designed to increase global competence, are to promote a more peaceful community through knowledge and understanding of one another and to provide you with accurate information and standards based lessons ready to use in your classroom.    

Venue:  Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple - Hacienda Heights

Speaker:  Dr. Mugda Yeolekar

Materials:  All materials and standards-based lessons are provided

Lunch: Lunch is available at the cafeteria at the temple for $10 per person

In this session you will learn about the Buddhist religion and the culture of many students in your classroom. Throughout the tour you will be exposed to the literature, arts and celebrations practiced by Buddhist students and their families.  

Registration:  Email Connie DeCapite at cdecapite@fullerton.edu for more information and to register

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Living in Global California: Equality, Inclusion, Justice   CGEP@Long Beach
Mar
30
9:00 AM09:00

Living in Global California: Equality, Inclusion, Justice CGEP@Long Beach

California Global Education Project at CSU Long Beach is proud to work with the United Nations Association Chapter of Whittier in bringing to educators this three part series that will focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals around three topics: Sustainable Communities, Gender Equity, Immigration and Refugees. Teacher participants will receive free materials on each topic that are aligned to the state frameworks in history/social studies, English Language Arts, Science, and Health. Opportunities to connect with stakeholders in the community that are doing the local work on these global issues will be made available as well as models and structures for incorporating an inquiry lens that will facilitate the development of student action projects in the community.

For more information please contact cisplongbeach@gmail.com

Flyer

To register click here

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Mar
30
9:00 AM09:00

World Religions Series: Hinduism CGEP@Fullerton

The California Global Education Project @ CSU Fullerton (formerly known as Fullerton International Resources for Schools and Teachers--FIRST) is providing this opportunity to learn about the religions and cultures of the diverse student populations in our Southern California classrooms.  This series will continue over a 3 year period to provide an opportunity to explore all of the major World Religions.  Each class will provide appropriate classroom materials and lessons related to California State Standards. The major goals of this series, which is designed to increase global competence, are to promote a more peaceful community through knowledge and understanding of one another and to provide you with accurate information and standards based lessons ready to use in your classroom.    

 

You are invitedto participate in this session on Hinduism that is designed for you to: 

·      Learn about the Hindu religion and culture of many students in Orange County

·      Learn about the beliefs and celebrations that many of your Hindu students and their families practice

·      Learn about the history, literature, art and dance related to Hinduism

·      Visit a House of Worship representative of the Hindu religion

·      Participate in a dialogue/panel with parents and students about their educational needs related to their religion

 

Registration:  Email your registration to Connie DeCapite at cdecapite@fullerton.edu

Include your name, school, grade level and subject you are teaching, cell, and email address.   Registration is due by March 16, 2019.

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TEACHING WITH THE SDGs CGEP@WorldSavvy
Mar
14
9:30 AM09:30

TEACHING WITH THE SDGs CGEP@WorldSavvy

World Savvy is proud to host Teaching with the Sustainable Development Goals, a one-day workshop for educators. The workshop will focus on Sustainable Development Goal #11: Sustainable Communities and offer teachers a framework for their students to better understand how to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. This hands-on workshop will offer teachers the opportunity to learn from and dialogue with experts in the field, explore resources to enhance and support their teaching of SDG #11, engage with colleagues, and begin building meaningful student learning experiences. Light breakfast and a full lunch provided.

Where:

Google Community Space

188 The Embarcadero

San Francisco, CA 94105

Register:

Fee: $75. Register by March 13th.

https://sdg2019sf.eventbrite.com

More Information:

If you have additional questions, please reach out to Brooke Laundon at brooke@worldsavvy.org.

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Practical Global Competency In the Classroom Setting:
Jan
26
10:00 AM10:00

Practical Global Competency In the Classroom Setting:

The California Global Education Project 

Practical Global Competency 

In the Classroom Setting: 

Tim Forslund currently teaches World History, AP World History and Global Studies at Analy High School in Sebastopol, California. A graduate of Sonoma State University with a B.A. in History, Tim also holds a Masters in Education, with an emphasis in Global Studies in Education from the University of Illinois. 

10am-12 

Sonoma State University 

Salazar room 2016 

Rachel Ambrose teaches in the Social Science Department at Analy High School. She spearheaded the development of and wrote the curriculum for one of the first Ethnic Studies courses in Sonoma County and is actively advising other districts in their efforts to bring this critical class to their schools as well. She holds a B.A. in History from UCLA and an M.A. in International Relations from Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, where she lived for nearly a decade. 

Contact Nancy Case Rico 

Case@sonoma.edu or visit us on 

Facebook @CGEPatSSU 

www.cgepssu.com 

The California Global Education Project promotes global competence for all students through high quality, standards-based, and interdisciplinary professional learning programs for PK- 12 educators in California. CGEP collaborates with teachers, schools, districts, and education partners committed to developing global citizenship, which enhances curiosity, creativity, empathy, integrity, and agency while learning about personal, community, and global identities and issues. 

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Global Book Bags - CGEP @ Long Beach
Jan
26
9:00 AM09:00

Global Book Bags - CGEP @ Long Beach

Global Book Bags

J a n u a r y 2 6 , 2 0 1 9 9 a m - 3 p m

C S U L o n g B e a c h 1 2 5 0 B e l l f l o w e r B l v d .

L o n g B e a c h 9 0 8 4 0

FREE Workshop Series for Elementary Teachers

W H A T A R E G L O B A L B O O K B A G S ?

Global Book Bags are learning resources for students to take home to develop global competencies, practice literacy skills, and engage parents/guardians in learning activities. Each Global Book Bag consists of an ageappropriate book, a set of instructions, and any materials necessary to complete the learning activities described in the instructions. These book bags were designed for elementary grade students to take home for 4-5 days and share with an older family member but can be adapted for instructional activities in the classroom.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

This workshop is for elementary grade teachers and librarians interested in developing global competence and literacy skills through children's literature and home (or classroom) learning activities. Participants will : Learn about Global Book Bags and Global Competence Explore literature with global themes Create book bags to take back to their classrooms

T I M E L I N E O F T H E P R O G R A M

January 26 - Initial meeting with follow-up webinars:

$100 mini-grants available for those participants

who create 3 book bags from a variety of titles

Refer to source for flyer and more information.

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Global Scholars Series: Geography Education
Dec
8
10:00 AM10:00

Global Scholars Series: Geography Education

  • Sonoma State University, Shulz Room 1121 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Dr. Thomas Herman, California Geography Alliance Director, will engage students, teachers, and SSU faculty in a presentation on contemporary geography education and how this intersects with global education. This presentation extends the 2018-19 CGEP at Sonoma State Global Scholar Series, and introduces educators in the Sonoma region to this professional learning home formerly known as the North Bay International Studies Project. 

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Living in Global California: Equality, Inclusion, Justice- CGEP at LB
Dec
1
9:00 AM09:00

Living in Global California: Equality, Inclusion, Justice- CGEP at LB

California Global Education Project at CSU Long Beach is proud to work with the United Nations Association Chapter of Whittier in bringing to educators this three part series that will focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals around three topics: Sustainable Communities, Gender Equity, Immigration and Refugees. Teacher participants will receive free materials on each topic that are aligned to the state frameworks in history/social studies, English Language Arts, Science, and Health. Opportunities to connect with stakeholders in the community that are doing the local work on these global issues will be made available as well as models and structures for incorporating an inquiry lens that will facilitate the development of student action projects in the community.

JONATHAN PARFREY

THE CLIMATE RESOLVE LA INSTITUTE

Will present about their work in the community working with other stakeholders to keep our city resilient in the face of climate impacts, especially in those communities most affected by climate change and least able to defend against it.

For more information please contact cisplongbeach@gmail.com

Flyer

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Global Book Bags Workshop
Nov
3
9:00 AM09:00

Global Book Bags Workshop

  • San Diego State University (College of Extended Studies Room 209) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This workshop introduces elementary teachers to the Global Book Bags program, which presents global-themed children's literature for use in home or classroom learning activities. Based in the CGEP global competence framework, book lists are provided with sample books and engaging learning activities. This workshop is free, but online registration is required. Registration deadline is October 26, 2018.

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Global Scholars Series: Diversity and Global Competency
Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Global Scholars Series: Diversity and Global Competency

  • The Cooperage at Sonoma State University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Dr. Aaron Bruce will engage students, teachers, and SSU faculty in a presentation on contemporary issues of diversity and the need for global competence. This presentation launches the 2018-19 CGEP at Sonoma State Global Scholar Series, and introduces educators to this professional learning home formerly known as the North Bay International Studies Project. 

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Global Dialogue Workshop
Oct
13
9:00 AM09:00

Global Dialogue Workshop

Join us to learn about global competence, the essentials of dialogue, and how to engage your students in live videoconferences and online facilitated discussions about global issues with their peers around the world. Classroom lessons and follow-up support available. Lunch provided. This event is free, but online registration required.

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Jul
30
to Aug 2

Teaching for Sustainable Communities at CISP-Bay Area

Middle and high school educators are invited to apply to Teaching for Sustainable Communities, a year-long program that begins with a 4-day summer institute in Oakland. The summer institute launches a year of follow-up support through a meeting March 14, and optional webinars, coaching, and field studies designed to improve environmental literacy and global competence, and engage students in civic action projects. The program culminates in an exhibition of student learning at the World Savvy Festival at Mills College.

For more information, please contact CISP-Bay Area Site Director:

Rolland Janairo at rolland@worldsavvy.org

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Teaching for Sustainable Communities at CISP-Sonoma
Jul
16
to Jul 19

Teaching for Sustainable Communities at CISP-Sonoma

Middle and high school educators are invited to apply to Teaching for Sustainable Communities, a year-long program that begins with a 4-day summer institute at Sonoma State University. The summer institute launches a year of follow-up support through one follow-up day, webinars, coaching, and field studies designed to improve environmental literacy and global competence, and engage students in civic action projects. The program culminates in a school, district, or regional exhibition of student learning.

For more information, please contact CISP Sonoma Site Director:

Michelle Mazzeo at mazzeo@sonoma.edu

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Jul
9
to Jul 11

SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR NEW TEACHERS

The California International Studies Project at CSU Long Beach is hosting a

3-day New Teachers Institute for all core subject secondary teachers. The program is designed to help new teachers develop into future leaders, to aid their professional growth both in the classroom and in the field of education, to increase their resources and to form a network of teacher support.

 

Who Should Apply

Secondary teachers in the 4 core subjects (Math, History/Social Science, English, Science) 5 years or less, who are seeking supportive opportunities to foster their own pedagogical learning and leadership development.

 

Topics and Goals for the 3 Days

● Building teacher emotional resilience

● Developing strategies for a student-centered classroom

● Preparing students to be globally competent citizens

● Effective teacher collaboration for the Linked Learning classroom

● Working to spark curiosity, ignite passion, and unleash genius in your students

● Integrating technology for flipped/blended learning

● Participating in professional learning and leadership development

AND MORE!

To view flyer with more information, please click on the resource link below.

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Jun
26
to Jun 28

Teaching for Sustainable Communities at CISP-Fullerton

Middle and high school educators are invited to apply to Teaching for Sustainable Communities, a year-long program that begins with a 3-day summer institute at CSU Fullerton. The summer institute launches a year of follow-up support through one follow-up meeting in October, one personalized field study, and other supports designed to improve environmental literacy and global competence, and engage students in civic action projects. The program culminates in a school, district, or regional exhibition of student learning.

For more information, please contact CISP-Fullerton FIRST Site Director:

Connie DeCapite at cdecapite@fullerton.edu

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Teaching for Sustainable Communities at CISP-Long Beach
Jun
25
to Jun 29

Teaching for Sustainable Communities at CISP-Long Beach

K-8 educators are invited to apply to Teaching for Sustainable Communities, a year-long program that begins with a 5-day summer institute at CSU Long Beach and includes a follow-up meeting on January 12, 2019. The summer institute launches a year of follow-up support through webinars, coaching, and field studies designed to improve environmental literacy and global competence, and engage students in civic action projects. The program culminates in a school, district, or regional exhibition of student learning.

For more information, please contact CISP LB Site Director:

Barbara Doten at bddoten@gmail.com

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Jun
7
to Jun 12

Teaching for Sustainable Communities at CISP-San Diego

K-12 educators are invited to apply to Teaching for Sustainable Communities, a year-long program that begins with a 4-day summer institute (June 7, 8, 11, 12) in San Diego. The summer institute launches a year of follow-up support through one follow-up day (December 1), webinars, coaching, and field studies designed to improve environmental literacy and global competence, and engage students in civic action projects. The program culminates in a school, district, or regional exhibition of student learning.

For more information, please contact CISP Executive Director:

Emily Schell at eschell@mail.sdsu.edu

or CISP Program Manager:

Stephanie Duran at stephanie.duran@mail.sdsu.edu

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May
19
9:00 AM09:00

Global Book Bag at CISPLB

WH A T A R E G L O B A L B O O K B A G S ?

Global Book Bags are learning resources for students to

take home to develop global competencies, practice

literacy skills, and engage parents/guardians in learning

activities. Each Global Book Bag consists of an ageappropriate

book, a set of instructions, and any

materials necessary to complete the learning activities

described in the instructions. These book bags were

designed for elementary grade students to take home for

4-5 days and share with an older family member but can

be adapted for instructional activities in the classroom.

P R O G R AM O B J E C T I V E S

This workshop is for elementary grade teachers and

librarians interested in developing global

competence and literacy skills through children's

literature and home (or classroom) learning

activities. Participants will :

Learn about Global Book Bags and Global

Competence

Explore literature with global themes

Create book bags to take back to their classrooms

T IME L I N E O F T H E P R O G R AM

May 19 - Initial meeting with follow-up webinars:

November 2018, January & April 2019

$100 mini-grants available for those participants

who create 3 book bags from a variety of titles.

 

To view flyer and/or register please click on the source link below.

 

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Global Book Bag Workshop Series#4
Apr
10
4:00 PM16:00

Global Book Bag Workshop Series#4

  • San Diego County Office of Education (Annex C) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This workshop is for elementary grade teachers and librarians interested in developing global competence and literacy skills through children's literature and home (or classroom) learning activities. Participants will learn about Global Book Bags and global competence, explore literature with global themes, and create book bags to take back to their classrooms. 

To register, complete and submit registration form

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