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Published by Innovative Technology Services, 2017-03-05 13:56:57

2017 PUSD PD Day

EducatingtheWholeChild
March31,2017
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Improving Your Physical Education Program (ALL DAY) (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Carrie Flint, Consultant
An engaging and creative approach to K-12 enrichment in physical education. This workshop is for PE & Adapted PE Teachers, and will span Sessions I, II, and III.
Let's Jive! (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Mazen Itani
Let's Jive! Learn about Easy Phone Setup, Easy Visual Voicemail, and Get Help with your Tech Troubles.
Sending Messages with ParentLink (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Beth Leyden
This workshop is an introduction for school personnel to learn the basics of composing a message, adding recipients, and choosing delivery methods on Balckboard's Parent Link Messaging System. Creating groups, identifying bad emails and phone numbers, and basic analytics will also be covered. Chromebook required.
Supporting the Whole Child Through Visual Arts (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Teresa Totaro & Lisa Muthiah
Why should art be a part of a student's school experience? How do we find time in our busy days? This workshop will give an overview of art as art curriculum, arts-enhanced curriculum and arts-integration curriculum. You will walk away with ideas from each of these paths to nurture the creative, artistic part of our students and ourselves.
Trauma Informed Care (3 HOURS) (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Jim Sporleder
Keynote Speaker, Jim Sporleder will facilitate the screening and debrief of Paper Tigers, the documentary of one school's journey to become a Trauma Informed community in support of their students. This workshop will span both Session I and II.
Working with Students who have Visual Impairments (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Adrian Amandi, CA School for the Blind
PUSD has over 40 students with a visual impairment, attending classes in both general and special education settings. Get specific tools to support such students. We will also address how to engage the significantly delayed learner, and caseload analysis for TVI and O&M.


Yoga and Meditation (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Dianne Cahir
Participants will learn about meditation and yoga breathing techniques and the benefits of both. I will demonstrate numerous poses that can be taught to students and adults in a chair as well as standing. I am a certified yoga instructor and teach these techniques weekly to my community.


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Alternative Facts, Fake News and Information Evaluation (Certificated only)
Facilitator: Helen Moses All of the above
How do you know if a resource is valid? Are the leaks real, but the news fake? There are tools that teachers can use to help students evaluate information, and build Information Literacy!
ARTiculation: Arts Specialist Planning with The California Arts Project (ALL DAY) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Jennifer Olson
Arts Specialists gather to continue planning a K-12 articulation in all four art forms for district-wide implementation.
Build a Hapara Workspace (Certificated only) Facilitator: Rachel Zonshine 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th Learn how to find, modify, and build your own Hapara workspace. Develop your classroom projects into a more differentiated and streamlined platform. Great for building student technology competency as well. This would be great for partners or grade- level teams to work on together. Please come prepared with a chromebook and a project/topic idea. Chromebook required.
CAA & Training for Special Education Moderate/Severe Teachers (ALL DAY) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Julie McKissick 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th
Introduction to CAA and Accommodations & Online Training Session w/ Certificate with Ms. McKissick; M/S specific training with Dr. Donaghy. Tis workshop spans Session I, II, and III. This is a required training for all moderate/severe Special Education Teachers.
Celebrating Student Success and Leadership in the Classroom (Certificated only) Facilitator: Candace Kovacic & Deborah Gangi-Hall 4th, 5th, 6th-8th
Participants will learn about different ways to celebrate student success in the classroom. A few strategies we will discuss are: incentive systems, leadership roles in the classroom, teacher and peer recognition, building classroom unity and building unity beyond the classroom
College and Career Readiness: The Early Years (Certificated only) Facilitator: Sofia Valadez-Paez 4th, 5th
This workshop is designed for 4th and 5th grade teachers inspired to dive into the PUSD Graduate Profile. Teachers will receive training to pilot an online resource that helps uncover student passions and unique strengths.
Connect, Engage, and Inspire The Whole Child (Certificated only) Facilitator: Kimberly Knudson All of the above
An interactive workshop on the "WHY's" and the 'HOW's" of CONNECTING, ENGAGING and INSPIRING each of your students.
Creating Standards Based Assessments in EADMS (Certificated only) Facilitator: Jason Green 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Have you ever wondered where you could get access to benchmark-like questions to assess your students? Do you wish you had an easy and effective way to assess a specific standard? Are you looking for interim assessments to assess your students between benchmarks? How about creating online assessments that target SBAC-like questioning methods? This is the workshop for you! This workshop will cover the basics of creating assessments you can use with your students in grade levels 1st to 5th. It will cover both print and online assessments, how to hone in on standards, and even vary the depth of knowledge. Both math and language arts assessments will be covered, and teachers should have time at the end of session to begin creating their own assessments. Chromebook required.
What are We Learning about Today? Using Depth of Knowledge (DOK) and More
Facilitator: Alejandra Mendoza
(Certificated only) All of the above
Is this a question you hear daily? In this workshop, teachers will learn how to write a student objective using a formula for student success. We will use DOK to look at depth and complexity vs. difficulty. Teachers will get the opportunity to practice creating learning targets and daily objectives.


Grand Conversations
Facilitator: Jessica McFall & Lauren Partma
Foster Youth Legislative
Updates (for Counselors) (Certificated only)
Facilitator: Megan Stanton- Trehan, Alliance for Children's Rights
Learn current information for Foster Youth, including AB 490. This workshop is intended for School Counselors.
Google Drive for
Certificated (Certificated only) Facilitator: Henry Monroy
See how you can leverage Google Drive to support and enhance instruction and maximize organizational potential for you and your students. Chromebook required.
(Certificated only) 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th
Having difficult conversations can be challenging and awkward. Whole group book discussions can be lengthy and boring. We get it! Come and learn how to have an authentic, student-led grand conversation where students make meaning together. Allow literacy to guide high-level comprehension and understanding. Targeted for grades 3rd-12th. Warning: Thoughts and feelings will be had and discussed as you are taken through this messy process.
Haiku 101: Power learning & the Power user (Certificated only)
Facilitator: Robert Ward
This workshop will show the features of the Haiku learning management system. We will go over set up and how to best use this resource in your classsroom. Chromebook required.
KTEA-3: Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement (ALL DAY) (Certificated only)
Facilitator: Matthew Roper TK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th- 8th, 9th-12th, All of the above
The Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement is given to virtually all students for initial IEPs and for Triennial IEPs. Learn how to administer and how to score the test. Learn about the changes from the KTEA-2. Learn how to use the online Q- Global scoring program. The workshop will be presented by Ellen Balsys-Murphy, a psychologist from Pearson Education, Inc. This workshop spans Sessions I, II, and III. This is a required training for all mild/ moderate special education teachers.
Nearpod 101: Access Interactive Presentations for All Grade Levels & Content Areas (Certificated only)
Facilitator: Nancy Swartz 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th
Learn how to operate Nearpod, where you can download, edit, or create engaging interactive presentations for all grade levels and content areas. With the Nearpod's features, visual presentations can contain open ended questions, quizzes, polls, videos, images, drawing-boards, 360 virtual field trips, web links and more. You be able to: embed videos with follow up questions, run reports of your classes of activities and quiz results; see and share student responses with the class; and provide students with a variety of activities to check for understanding. Chromebook required.
Step into the NGSS with STEMscopes (Elementary) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Becky Bickel K-5; admin
Come and explore why Stemscopes makes NGSS implementation easier in your classroom. We will be spending most of our time participating in the the actual activities that you will be teaching in class. Chromebook required.
Step into the NGSS with STEMscopes (Secondary) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Griselda Hermosillo 6th-8th
Come and explore why Stemscopes makes NGSS implementation easier in your classroom. Teachers walk away with tools and strategies on scaffolding lessons and activities. Learn how to set up a unit start to finish. Chromebook required.


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Aeries and Recording Discipline Data (Classified only) Facilitator: Carmen Juarez & CWAS
Work with Carmen & a representative from CWAS to make discipline records more efficient and organized.
CPI (Crisis Prevention Training) (Classified only) Facilitator: Adam DeVore
By using Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training as part of a comprehensive crisis prevention and intervention plan, you can learn how to defuse challenging and disruptive behavior before an incident escalates to a crisis situation.
IEP 101 & the Role of the Instructional Aide (Classified only) Facilitator: Carlos Garcia Lara & Lezlie Porter
One of the most important individuals in a students' school day is the instructional aide. This session is geared to explore the role of an IA, with IEPs and in the classroom.
New Classified Employee Orientation (Classified only) Facilitator: Denise McElroy
One of the most important individuals in a students' school day is the instructional aide. This session is geared to explore the role of an IA, with IEPs and in the classroom.


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Databases 101 (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Helen Moses
I have Google why should I use a database? An introduction to the PUSD databases and their power.
Foster Youth Sensitivity Training (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Theresa Reed, Turtlesea Group
Participants will learn more about the traumas endured by our foster youth student population and strategies teachers can use to support our foster youth.
Growth Mindset & Positive Coping Skills for the Special Needs Student (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Denise M. Mathis
This workshop will answer the following questions: What is a Mindset? What are the Two Mindsets That Shape Us? Why is Identifying Your's and the Student's Mindset is Important? What are Important Factors to Remember? How to Detect a Fixed Mindset? Participants will learn Strategies they can use to Promote a Growth Mindset.
Habits of Mind: Mathematical Thinking in Early Primary Grades (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Tina Renzullo
The habits of mind and behaviors that mathematical thinkers use have their foundation in early learning. In this hands-on, brains-on session you will interact with learning invitations and ask strategic questions designed to engage the usage of The 8 Standards for Mathematical Practices. You will take away lesson planning resources, observational structures, and effective strategies for deepening the mathematical thinking of your students.
Immigration Protection: Safe Zones
Facilitator: Yoland Trevino & Miriam Mendez, PACTL Group
Explore the potential impact on the status of immigrant families,
their children and what to do to continue to support our families and children.
Sending Messages with ParentLink Facilitator: Beth Leyden
(Both Certificated and Classified)
(Both Certificated and Classified)
This workshop is an introduction for school personnel to learn the basics of composing a message, adding recipients, and choosing delivery methods on Balckboard's Parent Link Messaging System. Creating groups, identifying bad emails and phone numbers, and basic analytics will also be covered. Chromebook required.
Special Education: Strategic Planning & Process Improvement (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Jerell Hill
Learn about the strategic plan currently in process to improve Special Education programs and services for PUSD. All stakeholders are welcome to engage in dialogue with Assistant Superintendent & SELPA Director, Jerell Hill.


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Class Discussions: Moving Toward a Student-Centered Classroom (Certificated only) Facilitator: Ricardo Robles & Lyndsay Ealey All of the above
This workshop will help educators learn to facilitate classroom discussions. The purpose is to move toward a student-centered environment, and away from the teacher as the only person in the room with knowledge.
College and Career Readiness: The Early Years Facilitator: Sofia Valadez-Paez
Connect, Engage, and Inspire The Whole Child Facilitator: Kimberly Knudson
(Certificated only) 4th, 5th
(Certificated only) All of the above
This workshop is designed for 4th and 5th grade teachers inspired to dive into the PUSD Graduate Profile. Teachers will receive training to pilot an online resource that helps uncover student passions and unique strengths.
An interactive workshop on the "WHY's" and the 'HOW's" of CONNECTING, ENGAGING and INSPIRING each of your students.
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (3 HOURS) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Jennifer Pringle All of the above
Learn how to differentiate instruction using high-tech and low-tech methods, keeping students' culture in mind for equity, engagement, and achievement. Chromebook required.
Google Classroom (and other Tech Tools ) for Beginners (3 HOURS) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Dr. Mary Stevens 6th-8th, 9th-12th
In this workshop, we will explore Google Classroom and how we may utilize it in our own classrooms. From creating Google Classrooms, to uploading documents in multiple formats, creating forms for interactive quizzes, to integrating with Hapara, we will explore these tools together. This workshop spans both Session II and III.
Grand Conversations (Certificated only) Facilitator: Jessica McFall & Lauren Partma 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th
Having difficult conversations can be challenging and awkward. Whole group book discussions can be lengthy and boring. We get it! Come and learn how to have an authentic, student-led grand conversation where students make meaning together. Allow literacy to guide high-level comprehension and understanding. Targeted for grades 3rd-12th. Warning: Thoughts and feelings will be had and discussed as you are taken through this messy process.
Haiku 101: Power learning & the Power user (Certificated only) Facilitator: Robert Ward
This workshop will show the features of the Haiku learning management system. We will go over set up and how to best use this resource in your classsroom. Chromebook required.
Haiku 201 - Creating assessments and WIKI projects (Certificated only) Facilitator: Amy Manasarian 5th, 6th-8th
Teachers will learn how to create tests on Haiku and how to create student portfolios using WIKI projects on Haiku. This workshop is for experienced Haiku users. Chromebook required.


Integrating STEMscopes into Guided Reading & Math (Certificated only) Facilitator: Nancy Davis-Maack 3rd, 4th, 5th
First we will explore the STEMscopes science program. Then we will discover some ways STEMscopes can be integrated into guided reading and math. Targeted for elemantary grades. Chromebook required.
Integrating Technology in Balanced Literacy (and Beyond!) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Katie Wiggins K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Are you struggling to find activities for Balanced Literacy? Join this session to learn about technology resources that adapt to your students' needs for Word Work, Listen to Reading, and more. Plus, learn about other tech resources you can use to support your students' whole learning needs throughout the school day. Targeted for K-5th grades.
More Art Than Science: Differentiating Instruction for the Gifted and
Talented (3 HOURS) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Dr. Morgan Appel, UCSD Extension Admin, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th
This session explores a variety of brain-compatible strategies to differentiate instruction for diverse gifted and talented learners, focusing on movement from manipulation to application to abstraction in the dynamic classroom environment. Holistic approaches to differentiation are discussed in the context of arts immersion; iconic teaching; content imperatives; and the use of universal themes to engage creative audiences. This workshop spans Sessions II & III.
**Workshop hours count toward PUSD GATE Certification**


Nearpod for the Intermediate User (Certificated only) Facilitator: Nancy Swartz 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th
If you've mastered the basics of Nearpod, attend this workshop to learn how to: turn your PowerPoints or Google Slides into a Nearpod with one click; seamlessly add an activity while you are presenting a lesson; skip slides mid-lesson; create a Nearpod presentation from scratch. Please have a Google Slides presentation in your drive that you would like to convert to a Nearpod presentation. We will have time to add all of the exciting Nearpod features that will bring that presentation to life! Chromebook required.
Yoga & Mindfulness (Certificated only) Facilitator: Dr. Karina Veas TK, K, 1st
This workshop will provide an introductory session on incorporating Yoga & Mindfulness in the classroom. Teachers will learn how leading children daily utilizing the Smiling Calm Hearts Open Our Learning, Inc. program helps students develop a calm brain, calm body, and calm heart. Geared toward Pre-K, TK, K. Participants in order to fully participate in this workshop, please bring a yoga mat or a beach towel.


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Aeries and the Master Schedule Tips & Tricks (3 HOURS) (Classified only) Facilitator: Carmen Juarez
New Features of the master scheduling process in Aeries, tips and tricks to make it happen!
Beginning Aeries Query (Classified only) Facilitator: Liz Champion & Lupe Jimenez
Ever want to know how many GATE students you have in your school? The gateway to the answer to this and questions like it is Queries. This will be a basic workshop on querying data from Aeries.
Google Sheets (Classified only) Facilitator: Angela Mata
Take a deep dive into one specific Google app... Sheets! From the basics of creating spreadsheets to the useful tools that organize the information within, unlock the power of Google Sheets!
New Classified Employee Orientation (Classified only) Facilitator: Denise McElroy
A speaker from Payroll, Benefits, Technology, Personnel Commission and various unions will discuss forms, policies and procedures with new hire employees for the 2016-2017 school year. Required attendance for new classified employees.


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Convince Me! Opinion in Oral Language Development (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Tina Renzullo, Beth Strehl, & Regina Major
Opinion and Persuasion for Early Primary Grades. Tips and resources for teaching students how to make a claim and back it up with evidence. You will leave this session prepared with lesson ideas, speaking structures, and a rubric to use across content areas.This session is targeted towards PreK, TK, K and 1st grade teachers and classroom aides.
Foster Youth Sensitivity Training (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Theresa Reed, Turtlesea Group
Participants will learn more about the traumas endured by our foster youth student population and strategies teachers can use to support our foster youth.
Growth Mindset & Positive Coping Skills for the Special Needs Student (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Denise M. Mathis
This workshop will answer the following questions: What is a Mindset? What are the Two Mindsets That Shape Us? Why is Identifying Your's and the Student's Mindset is Important? What are Important Factors to Remember? How to Detect a Fixed Mindset? Participants will learn Strategies they can use to Promote a Growth Mindset.
Immigration Protection: Safe Zones
Facilitator: Yoland Trevino & Miriam Mendez, PACTL Group
Explore the potential impact on the status of immigrant families,
their children and what to do to continue to support our families and children.
Supporting the Whole Child Through Visual Arts Facilitator: Teresa Totaro & Lisa Muthiah
(Both Certificated and Classified)
(Both Certificated and Classified)
Why should art be a part of a student's school experience? How do we find time in our busy days? This workshop will give an overview of art as art curriculum, arts-enhanced curriculum and arts-integration curriculum. You will walk away with ideas from each of these paths to nurture the creative, artistic part of our students and ourselves.
Technology: Where we are and where we are going? (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Tendaji Jamal
This session will provide you with up-to-date info on where we are with technology, where the vision for technology is going to take us, and a chance to do a Q&A with PUSD's Chief Technology Officer TJ Jamal, and an opportunity to voice your tech ideas.
Yoga and Meditation (Both Certificated and Classified) Facilitator: Dianne Cahir
Participants will learn about meditation and yoga breathing techniques and the benefits of both. I will demonstrate numerous poses that can be taught to students and adults in a chair as well as standing. I am a certified yoga instructor and teach these techniques weekly to my community.


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Aeries and the Master Schedule Tips & Tricks Facilitator: Carmen Juarez
New Features of the master scheduling process in Aeries, tips and tricks to make it happen! (FOR PRINCIPALS, ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS, AND COUNSELORS)
Build a Hapara Workspace Facilitator: Rachel Zonshine
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(Certificated only) 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th-8th, 9th-12th
Learn how to find, modify, and build your own Hapara workspace. Develop your classroom projects into a more differentiated and streamlined platform. Great for building student technology competency as well. This would be great for partners or grade-level teams to work on together. Please come prepared with a chromebook and a project/topic idea. Chromebook required.
Building Escape Rooms with Nearpod and BreakoutEDU Facilitator: Sabba Quidwai
(Certificated only)
Are you looking for a way to “escape” from traditional teaching and learning methods? In this session we will be exploring how to use Nearpod and BreakoutEDU to teach core academic subjects including math, science, history, and language arts alongside a box and locks to breakout of your routine and engage students not only in content, but also skills such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
Through the use of Nearpod and BreakoutEDU, the learning is centered around the process of figuring the problem out, all in a student centered, collaborative manner.
Each adventure has embedded standards that apply problem solving strategies within a real world OR collaborative context. Participants in this session will be solving a Breakout EDU mystery and will also learn how to find and create their own Nearpod and BreakoutEDU lessons.
(Certificated only) 4th, 5th, 6th-8th
Celebrating Student Success and Leadership in the Classroom Facilitator: Candace Kovacic & Deborah Gangi-Hall
Participants will learn about different ways to celebrate student success in the classroom. A few strategies we will discuss are: incentive systems, leadership roles in the classroom, teacher and peer recognition, building classroom unity and building unity beyond the classroom
Class Discussions: Moving Toward a Student-Centered Classroom (Certificated only) Facilitator: Ricardo Robles & Lyndsay Ealey All of the above
This workshop will help educators learn to facilitate classroom discussions. The purpose is to move toward a student-centered environment, and away from the teacher as the only person in the room with knowledge.


Creating Standards Based Assessments in EADMS (Certificated only) Facilitator: Jason Green 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Have you ever wondered where you could get access to benchmark-like questions to assess your students? Do you wish you had an easy and effective way to assess a specific standard? Are you looking for interim assessments to assess your students between benchmarks? How about creating online assessments that target SBAC-like questioning methods? This is the workshop for you! This workshop will cover the basics of creating assessments you can use with your students in grade levels 1st to 5th. It will cover both print and online assessments, how to hone in on standards, and even vary the depth of knowledge. Both math and language arts assessments will be covered, and teachers should have time at the end of session to begin creating their own assessments. Chromebook required.
Flexible Seating...because who wants to sit at a desk all day? (Certificated only) Facilitator: Stephanie Norton & Briana Kather All of the above
Participants will be introduced to the concept of flexible seating, how it benefits students, and how to make it work in your classroom.
Haiku 201 - Creating assessments and WIKI projects (Certificated only) Facilitator: Amy Manasarian
Teachers will learn how to create tests on Haiku and how to create student portfolios using WIKI projects on Haiku. This workshop is for experienced Haiku users. Chromebook required.
Integrating STEMscopes into Guided Reading & Math (Certificated only)
Facilitator: Nancy Davis-Maack
3rd, 4th, 5th
First we will explore the STEMscopes science program. Then we will discover some ways STEMscopes can be integrated into guided reading and math. Targeted for elemantary grades. Chromebook required.
Integrating Technology in Balanced Literacy (and Beyond!) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Katie Wiggins K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Are you struggling to find activities for Balanced Literacy? Join this session to learn about technology resources that adapt to your students' needs for Word Work, Listen to Reading, and more. Plus, learn about other tech resources you can use to support your students' whole learning needs throughout the school day. Targeted for K-5th grades.
Interdisciplinary Teaming (Certificated only) Facilitator: Kristin Vigil & Jacqueline Admin, PreK, TK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Brannon
We will explain how interdisciplinary teaching can be used to teach the CA Common Core standards through the workshop model. The workshop model is used to teach Reader's Workshop, Writer's Workshop, and Math Workshop. Targeted for Pre-K- 5th grades.
PUSD Math Pilot: Secondary Schools (Certificated only) Facilitator: Noemi Montano
Open roundtable session for 6th-12th grade teachers participating in the PUSD Math Pilot. Come to check in with colleagues piloting: Ready Mathematics, Carnegie Learning and Discovery Education.
Step into the NGSS with STEMscopes (Secondary) (Certificated only) Facilitator: Griselda Hermosillo 6th-8th
Come and explore why Stemscopes makes NGSS implementation easier in your classroom. Teachers walk away with tools and strategies on scaffolding lessons and activities. Learn how to set up a unit start to finish. Chromebook required.


What are We Learning about Today? Using Depth of
Knowledge (DOK) and More (Certificated only) Facilitator: Alejandra Mendoza All of the above
Is this a question you hear daily? In this workshop, teachers will learn how to write a student objective using a formula for student success. We will use DOK to look at depth and complexity vs. difficulty. Teachers will get the opportunity to practice creating learning targets and daily objectives.
Yoga & Mindfulness (Certificated only) Facilitator: Dr. Karina Veas TK, K, 1st
This workshop will provide an introductory session on incorporating Yoga & Mindfulness in the classroom. Teachers will learn how leading children daily utilizing the Smiling Calm Hearts Open Our Learning, Inc. program helps students develop a calm brain, calm body, and calm heart. Geared toward Pre-K, TK, K. Participants in order to fully participate in this workshop, please bring a yoga mat or a beach towel.


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Certica. What do I need to do? (Classified only) Facilitator: Jean Matsuzawa
Step by step training on how to correct errors reported by Certica.
Google Drive For Classified (Classified only) Facilitator: Henry Monroy
See how you can use Google Drive associated with your PUSD email to organize and maximize your productivity.
IEP 101 & the Role of the Instructional Aide (Classified only) Facilitator: Carlos Garcia Lara & Lezlie Porter
One of the most important individuals in a students' school day is the instructional aide. This session is geared to explore the role of an IA, with IEPs and in the classroom.
Intermediate Aeries Query (Classified only) Facilitator: Liz Champion & Lupe Jimenez
How many EL male students with birthdays in April with last names that do not start with L do you have at your site? If you don't know how to answer this question in just a minute or two then you need to enroll in this Intermediate applications of Query for school personnel workshop.


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