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Teachers Teaching Teachers Day and Making Sense of Science Training, September 2019
 

Welcome to our October Newsletter!

The ILC is a partnership among the California Teachers Association (CTA), the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education, and the National Board Resource Center at Stanford University. The purpose of the ILC is to bring together teachers and other educational leaders from across California to develop expertise in growing the local capacity necessary for implementing the California Standards for English/Language Arts, Mathematics and Science.

What's New

New Impact Data

Empowering Teacher Learning 

 
On October 21, join the Learning Policy Institute, American Federation of Teachers, Learning Forward, and National Education Association for an event showcasing innovative models of teacher-led learning and professional development. Representatives from California's Instructional Leadership Corps, the National Writing Project, and the 
International Network for Public Schools will share highlights from their professional learning models that have made a difference for teacher practice, student learning, and school environments. Join the conversation #EmpoweredEdPD.

When: Monday, October 21, 2019
Time: 8:30AM - 11:45AM
Where: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Conference Center - Root Room
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

Space is limited. Register here
 

CDE Survey for Educator Workforce Investment Grant (EWIG) 


The CDE and the CCEE are seeking input through a survey to comply with the requirements of Senate Bill 75 to establish the Educator Workforce Investment Grant (EWIG) program to support one or more competitive grants for professional learning opportunities for teachers and paraprofessionals across the state. They will be establishing a process to select one or more institutions of higher education or nonprofit organizations to conduct activities in the following areas:
  1. Professional learning activities to implement the California English Learner Roadmap Policy
  2. Special education-related professional learning
  3. Professional learning for teachers and paraprofessionals statewide in the following areas:
  • Practices and strategies to create a positive school climate, including social-emotional learning and restorative justice
  • Strategies for providing high-quality instruction and computer science learning experiences aligned to the 2018 California Computer Science Standards
  • Practices to support the 2020 Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum
Stakeholder input on "critical areas" for professional learning for teachers and paraprofessionals may be accessed through the EWIG Development Input Survey or https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EWIG

The survey will close on October 25, 2019. Since October 25 is a Friday, the survey will remain open throughout the entire weekend.

Draft LCAP Redesign Template


The California Department of Education (CDE) has developed a survey to solicit feedback from stakeholders regarding both the draft Local Control and Accountability Plan Template (LCAP) and draft LCAP Template instructions. The survey will be available from October 9, 2019 through November 1, 2019. The survey may be accessed here: https://www.lcapredesign.org/

Based on feedback from the State Board of Education (SBE) at its September 2019 meeting, and in an effort to ensure the template and instructions support local educational agencies (LEAs) in the development of the LCAP beyond the minimum requirements, it has been decided that the CDE will present the finalized draft LCAP Template (including instructions) to the SBE at its January 2020 meeting for adoption.

ILC Member Spotlight


We’re pleased to highlight ILC members and their accomplishments each month here and on the ILC website at cta.org/ilc. Congratulations all!

We encourage celebrating ILC member accomplishments listed here with social media posts. Click each post to share! 
Congratulations ILC member Lori Celiz, Kristi Arredondo and Rachel Flanagan for leading the way and making an impact!
ILC member Gabriela Gonzalez learned the latest about Growth Mindset from Stanford professor and author Jo Boaler at the Limitless Mind event!  
Multiple ILC members collaborated with CCSESA Region V colleagues on the Implicit Bias in Mathematics Series!  

ILC in the News

Upcoming & Recent Events

Empowering Teacher Learning 


Do you need new ideas to implement in your classroom? Teacher leaders presents Teachers Teaching Teachers! Come join us for a morning of empowerment as we work together to build our professional capital!   

San Bernardino - Learn more 
October 19: 8:30am - 12pm
Interested in presenting? Sign up here

Implicit Bias In Mathematics Series


How might unconscious attitudes and belief systems affect our behavior as math teachers? Join colleagues to discuss ways in which classroom, school, and district practices and policies reflect implicit bias that impact student learning. Engage in continuous improvement to shift instructional practices in order to promote inclusivity in our educational community. 

Hollister - Register here
October 17, October 24, November 7: 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Announcements

#NBCALIStrong

Join Accomplished California Teachers for a monthly Twitter Chat. National Board Certified teachers, candidates and any teacher interested in accomplished teaching are encouraged to participate!

Use #NBCALIStrong to join our monthly discussions and expand your Professional Learning Network! The chat topics are centered around in depth discussion of topics for accomplished teaching including the National Board Five Core Propositions.

All chats begin at 7PM.

Next chat: October 21, 2019: The Many Faces of Assessment: Effective use of formative and summative assessment

Save the Chat Dates:
November 18, 2019: On the Same Team - Building Adult Relationships: Exploring the importance of relationships between teachers, administrators, classified staff in supporting learning

December 16, 2019: Starting with Questions: Getting students to ask the questions - inquiry and questioning strategies 

Cordelia Instructional Leadership Conference (CILC)

CILC, a conference planned by local educators, trained by local educators on topics suggested by local educators, is looking for presenters and attendees! This opportunity is a chance to attend with or present to CTA members from Solano County to Sacramento. Don't miss out!

When: Saturday, November 2, 2019
Time: 8:30AM - 4PM
Where: Will C. Wood High School, 998 Marshall Road, Vacaville, CA


For a brief video of the first CILC in 2015: http://bit.ly/2MieUSS
For a look at the 2018 program: https://sites.google.com/view/cilc2018
To present a workshop at CILC 2019: http://bit.ly/2KGvkkT
Tell us what topics YOU would like to see: https://tinyurl.com/2019cilcinterest

Follow us!


The ILC is on Facebook and Twitter! Follow us @ilceducators to keep in touch and see ILC highlights.
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Many Thanks


It would be impossible to thank everyone who has helped the ILC reach more than 120,000 educators in thousands of schools in at least 530 school districts. We are especially grateful for our funders, without whom none of this would have happened. The ILC project has been made possible in part by grants from the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, the Stuart Foundation, the National Education Association, the California Education Policy Fund (CEPF), and the Community Education Fund grant making strategy of Silicon Valley Community Foundation, in addition to in-kind contributions from the project partners, the CTA, SCOPE, and the NBRC.
 
Kind Regards,
The ILC Team
www.cta.org/ilc
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