March 1 2019 Professional Development

1st March, 2019

When

1st March, 2019 08:00 am - 03:00 pm

Where

Brawley Union High School
480 N Imperial Ave.
Brawley, CA 92227

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Friday, 1st March 2019

Time Library Room 42 Room 43 Room 44 Room 38 Room 53 Room 68 Room 34
8:00 am Breakfast              
8:05 am              
8:10 am              
8:15 am              
8:20 am              
8:25 am              
8:30 am              
8:35 am   With Access and Equity for All...*
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With Access and Equity for All...*

With Access and Equity for All...*
Join Erika Morquecho in exploring the various CAASPP Accessibility Resources to ensure equity for ALL students in ALL content through the use of Universal Tools, Designated Supports and Accommodations.
Participants will engage in identifying supports that match various student needs through either engagement, representation, or expression

By:
Erika Morquecho
March 1, 2019, 8:35 am to 10:10 am
Hall: Room 42 Track: Session 3 Type: Workshop
Innovative Thinking II
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Innovative Thinking II

Join John Lazarcik and Queana Givens-Jarvis to explore the Icons of Depth and Complexity beyond the GATE or advanced learner setting. Explore how the icons can be used in any content area to motivate students while increasing the rigor for a ALL learners, including struggling readers and English language learners.
Participants will experience an engaging lesson that focuses on Depth and Complexity and Content Imperatives. Take your instruction to the next level and help students grow their ability to make sense the world around them.

By:
John Lazarcik and Queana Givens-Jarvis
March 1, 2019, 8:35 am to 10:10 am
Hall: Room 43 Track: Session 2 Type: Workshop
  Another Brick in the Wall...*
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Another Brick in the Wall...*

Another Brick in the Wall...*
Join Tracy Canalez in exploring the wonderful world of CAASPP resources. In this session, participants will analyze Smarter Balanced Blueprints and other CAASPP resources to understand the connection between Claims, Targets, and Standards and their content area instruction.
No matter what content you teach, you will begin to understand how the resources in CAASPP can help you build a strong foundation as we continue to build our students skills as a strong foundation for their future learning.

By:
Tracy Canalez
March 1, 2019, 8:35 am to 10:10 am
Hall: Room 38 Track: Session 4 Type: Workshop
Go Formative!*
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Go Formative!*

Go Formative!*
Take your class assignments and assessments to the next level with Goformative. This program will help you to digitally embed questions and tasks to any PDF, document, video, website, etc. The tasks/ questions that you can embed include; short response, drawing response, sequencing, categorizing, graphing, audio response, numerical, multiple choice and much more! Easily edit your assignments on the fly and collect real-time data (your student responses) in a very user friendly format that will allow for easier grading and empower you to provide instant feedback to your students. This program is great for all subject matters.

By:
Albert Padilla
March 1, 2019, 8:35 am to 10:10 am
Hall: Room 53 Track: Session 7 Type: Workshop
  How to Create Student Cooperative Groups and Design Scoring Guides*
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How to Create Student Cooperative Groups and Design Scoring Guides*

How to Create Student Cooperative Groups and Design Scoring Guides*
Do your students work in groups, or would you like them to do so? Do you take too long to grade performance-based assignments from groups or individuals, or avoid them because of the workload they generate? Or maybe you don't think you are objective enough in assessing performance-based work.
In this session, we'll discuss student groups and how you can design and assign them to help the success of struggling students and minimize discipline problems.
We'll also look at a strategy to generate a "scoring guide" that spells out exactly what you expect of students and how they will be graded. Scoring guides can be used to evaluate performance-based assignments like research papers, essays, labs, presentations and more. You can create them in 5 to 10 minutes.
Participants will create groups for at least one class (please bring student rosters) and one or more scoring guides. You can use these in your classes right away!

By:
Nancy Kellogg
March 1, 2019, 8:35 am to 10:10 am
Hall: Room 34 Track: Session 10 Type: Workshop
8:40 am      
8:45 am      
8:50 am      
8:55 am      
9:00 am      
9:05 am      
9:10 am      
9:15 am      
9:20 am      
9:25 am      
9:30 am      
9:35 am      
9:40 am      
9:45 am      
9:50 am      
9:55 am      
10:00 am      
10:05 am      
10:10 am Break              
10:15 am              
10:20 am              
10:25 am   With Access and Equity for All...
 Attend Link

With Access and Equity for All...

With Access and Equity for All...
Join Erika Morquecho in exploring the various CAASPP Accessibility Resources to ensure equity for ALL students in ALL content through the use of Universal Tools, Designated Supports and Accommodations.
Participants will engage in identifying supports that match various student needs through either engagement, representation, or expression

By:
Erika Morquecho
March 1, 2019, 10:25 am to 12:00 pm
Hall: Room 42 Track: Session 3 Type: Workshop
Exploring the CAASPP Digital Library*
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Exploring the CAASPP Digital Library*

Exploring the CAASPP Digital Library*
Join your tour guide, Queana Givens-Jarvis, as she leads a expedition to find instructional treasures in the CAASPP Digital Library. Updates to the Digital Library

By:
Queana Givens-Jarvis
March 1, 2019, 10:25 am to 12:00 pm
Hall: Room 43 Track: Session 5 Type: Workshop
Ramping Up the Rigor with Performance Tasks*
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Ramping Up the Rigor with Performance Tasks*

Ramping Up the Rigor with Performance Tasks*
Join John Lazarcik as he helps to train your teacher eyes to distinguish between the levels in Webb’s depth of knowledge. John will show you how to create opportunities to cluster standards together to meet the CAASPP/CAST performance expectations.

By:
John Lazarcik
March 1, 2019, 10:25 am to 12:00 pm
Hall: Room 44 Track: Session 6 Type: Workshop
Another Brick in the Wall...
 Attend Link

Another Brick in the Wall...

Another Brick in the Wall...
Join Tracy Canalez in exploring the wonderful world of CAASPP resources. In this session, participants will analyze Smarter Balanced Blueprints and other CAASPP resources to understand the connection between Claims, Targets, and Standards and their content area instruction.
No matter what content you teach, you will begin to understand how the resources in CAASPP can help you build a strong foundation as we continue to build our students skills as a strong foundation for their future learning.

By:
Tracy Canalez
March 1, 2019, 10:25 am to 12:00 pm
Hall: Room 38 Track: Session 4 Type: Workshop
  Illuminate Online Testing
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Illuminate Online Testing

Illuminate Online Testing
Come and learn how to create, print and administer an online assessment using illuminate. It is a very simple program to use and it does communicate with Aeries. I can also show you how to import your scores to your gradebooks. Please come ready with your username and password. Ask Diana Renteria for them if you do not know them prior to the training.

By:
Lizbeth Pirrie
March 1, 2019, 10:25 am to 12:00 pm
Hall: Room 68 Track: Session 8 Type: Workshop
 
10:30 am      
10:35 am      
10:40 am      
10:45 am      
10:50 am      
10:55 am      
11:00 am      
11:05 am      
11:10 am      
11:15 am      
11:20 am      
11:25 am      
11:30 am      
11:35 am      
11:40 am      
11:45 am      
11:50 am      
11:55 am      
12:00 pm Lunch              
12:05 pm              
12:10 pm              
12:15 pm              
12:20 pm              
12:25 pm              
12:30 pm              
12:35 pm              
12:40 pm              
12:45 pm              
12:50 pm              
12:55 pm              
1:00 pm                
1:05 pm     Exploring the CAASPP Digital Library
 Attend Link

Exploring the CAASPP Digital Library

Exploring the CAASPP Digital Library
Join your tour guide, Queana Givens-Jarvis, as she leads a expedition to find instructional treasures in the CAASPP Digital Library. Updates to the Digital Library

By:
Queana Givens-Jarvis
March 1, 2019, 1:05 pm to 2:40 pm
Hall: Room 43 Track: Session 5 Type: Workshop
Ramping Up the Rigor with Performance Tasks
 Attend Link

Ramping Up the Rigor with Performance Tasks

Ramping Up the Rigor with Performance Tasks
Join John Lazarcik as he helps to train your teacher eyes to distinguish between the levels in Webb’s depth of knowledge. John will show you how to create opportunities to cluster standards together to meet the CAASPP/CAST performance expectations.

By:
John Lazarcik
March 1, 2019, 1:05 pm to 2:40 pm
Hall: Room 44 Track: Session 6 Type: Workshop
Innovative Thinking I
 Attend Link

Innovative Thinking I

Join Erika Morquecho and Tracy Canalez to explore the Icons of Depth and Complexity beyond the GATE or advanced learner setting. Explore how the icons can be used in any content area to motivate and increase rigor for a variety of learners including struggling readers and English language learners.
Participants will experience an engaging and rigorous lesson that focuses on Depth and Complexity and Content Imperatives. Take your instruction to the next level and help students grow confidence when working with challenging text.

By:
Erika Morquecho and Tracy Canalez
March 1, 2019, 1:05 pm to 2:40 pm
Hall: Room 38 Track: Session 1 Type: Workshop
Go Formative!
 Attend Link

Go Formative!

Go Formative!
Take your class assignments and assessments to the next level with Goformative. This program will help you to digitally embed questions and tasks to any PDF, document, video, website, etc. The tasks/ questions that you can embed include; short response, drawing response, sequencing, categorizing, graphing, audio response, numerical, multiple choice and much more! Easily edit your assignments on the fly and collect real-time data (your student responses) in a very user friendly format that will allow for easier grading and empower you to provide instant feedback to your students. This program is great for all subject matters.

By:
Albert Padilla
March 1, 2019, 1:05 pm to 2:40 pm
Hall: Room 53 Track: Session 7 Type: Workshop
Flip Grid and Pear Deck!
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Flip Grid and Pear Deck!

Flip Grid and Pear Deck!
Cath the #FlipgridFever

Check out the hottest tool around and see how Flipgrid is empowering student voice like never before. Play and learn with us as we share tips and tricks to help you get started with Flipgrid today. Engaging students, giving them a voice, and integrating technology has never been easier.Use Flipgrid allows for: digital ticket out the door; reflections on learning; oral language development; constructing and presenting a viable argument concisely; literary response; role playing and speaking from specific points of view, etc... Flipgrid is ideal for all learners!!!Join us and catch the #FlipgridFever!

Engaging students, giving them a voice, and integrating technology has never been easier. Flipgrid provides an easy to use platform that allows teachers and students to present and reflect on ideas and concepts in a digital format that can be cataloged and organized. Flipgrid allows for a variety of activities that include (but are not limited to): digital ticket out the door; reflections on learning; oral language development; constructing and presenting a viable argument concisely; literary response; role playing (historical/biographical) and speaking from specific points of view, etc... Flipgrid is ideal for all learners!!!

Pear Deck

Do you find it difficult to achieve 100% student engagement in your classroom? Pear Deck helps teachers deliver powerful learning moments by effortlessly leveraging student devices. In this immersive session we will examine some of the research around engagement while learning Pear Deck’s top features. Participants will have time to experience both student and teacher views of the app and ask questions. By the end of the session, you will walk away as a Pear Deck expert - and have a Pear Deck of your own to use in your classroom!

By:
Lizbeth Pirrie
March 1, 2019, 1:05 pm to 2:40 pm
Hall: Room 68 Track: Session 9 Type: Workshop
How to Create Student Cooperative Groups and Design Scoring Guides
 Attend Link

How to Create Student Cooperative Groups and Design Scoring Guides

How to Create Student Cooperative Groups and Design Scoring Guides
Do your students work in groups, or would you like them to do so? Do you take too long to grade performance-based assignments from groups or individuals, or avoid them because of the workload they generate? Or maybe you don't think you are objective enough in assessing performance-based work.
In this session, we'll discuss student groups and how you can design and assign them to help the success of struggling students and minimize discipline problems.
We'll also look at a strategy to generate a "scoring guide" that spells out exactly what you expect of students and how they will be graded. Scoring guides can be used to evaluate performance-based assignments like research papers, essays, labs, presentations and more. You can create them in 5 to 10 minutes.
Participants will create groups for at least one class (please bring student rosters) and one or more scoring guides. You can use these in your classes right away!

By:
Nancy Kellogg
March 1, 2019, 1:05 pm to 2:40 pm
Hall: Room 34 Track: Session 10 Type: Workshop
1:10 pm    
1:15 pm    
1:20 pm    
1:25 pm    
1:30 pm    
1:35 pm    
1:40 pm    
1:45 pm    
1:50 pm    
1:55 pm    
2:00 pm    
2:05 pm    
2:10 pm    
2:15 pm    
2:20 pm    
2:25 pm    
2:30 pm    
2:35 pm    
2:40 pm Evaluations
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Evaluations

By:
Principal
March 1, 2019, 2:40 pm to 3:00 pm
Hall: Library
             
2:45 pm              
2:50 pm              
2:55 pm              

Legend

 Break Session 3 Session 5 Session 4
 Session 6 Session 7 Session 10 Session 9
 Session 8 Session 2 Session 1