November 2022

Updates include resources and opportunities from System Leads to support educators.
Please share these resources with others in your educational community. 

RCOE Educational Services Summit
Join the Riverside County Office of Education for an innovative conference designed to support leadership and collaboration across educational services disciplines. Sessions are planned for all job classifications, focused on maximizing our current education climate. Visit the event website for more information or to register for this event. 

NCUST Session 5 Making Students Feel Valued and Capable
During this session educators will learn how to demonstrate caring about and valuing their students. They will understand the importance of knowing and valuing individual students, modeling courtesy and respect, praising and acknowledging students, transforming classroom practices in ways that helped students succeed, and creating attractive and educationally rich physical environments. Additionally, the session will introduce NCUST's newest publication, When Black Students Excel. The book focuses upon six public schools that have won NCUST’s America’s Best Urban Schools Award. At all six of these schools, Black students (as well as every other demographic group of students) achieve impressive academic successes on multiple indicators, often outperforming the overall academic performance of all students in their state. Visit the webinar registration site to attend this event. 

EDDS Project Training - November Series
Training will focus on practical lessons about disproportionality and data literacy for busy special education administrators. Training includes the EDDS data tool and related services to help you prevent disproportionality and promote equity in your school districts. Participants will:

  • Learn how to login to EDDS and navigate to disproportionality reports
  • Learn how to review EDDS data and interpret results
  • Learn how to verbally share EDDS using person to person language
  • Learn and apply principles of ethical data use
  • Design a data sharing routine
  • Deepen understanding of EDDS output by analyzing unexpected results

Visit the event site to register for this event.

South County SELPA – iTAAP Demo and Information Session
Join the South County SELPA ED&D Team for an Information session and demo to learn about iTAAP and the data tool expansion, open to non-SEIS users. Visit the event page for more information or to register for this event.

UDL for Parents & Guardians
Parents & guardians play an essential role in a student’s support team. In this session, this training will provide an overview of UDL for caregivers and offer information to empower them to be the best advocates for their children in support of inclusion, access, and equity. For educators and administrators are invited to consider: How might you universally redesign your IEP process in support of families? Visit the registration page to attend this virtual event. 

Early Literacy Professional Learning Network
Join SCOE on December 7, 2022 for the Fall Early Literacy Professional Learning Network featuring Dr. Claude Goldenberg as the Keynote speaker on the topic of English Learners and the Reading Rope. Following the keynote, participants will be able to choose from breakout sessions (repeated twice) featuring Dr. Nancy Cushen White, Dr. Maria Murray, Dr. Jan Hasbrouck, Dr. Nancy Hennessy, and Dr. David Kilpatrick. Visit the registration site to attend this learning opportunity.

Effective Data Visualization for Education Improvement
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to cut through the massive wall of data we often see in educational environments and identify a curated, less intimidating subset of the data. Then you’ll learn how to use pivot tables to transform that small subset of data into meaningful charts and graphs for exploration with your data teams. Several graphs will be pulled into a static one-page handout and an interactive dashboard. Visit the registration page to select a workshop date to attend. 

Root Cause Analysis in Action
Given the complexities of our school systems, identifying the root causes of systemic inequities can be challenging. To promote meaningful improvement that is sustainable over time, leadership teams must engage in deep, thoughtful, and multi-faceted root cause analysis. In this professional learning offering, participants will be introduced to the process of root cause analysis and provided with key information that will empower them to develop improvement plans resulting in better outcomes for students with disabilities. In this training, participants will:
•Discuss key system thinking concepts, with an emphasis on identifying and managing our mental models
•Explore three steps of a thorough root cause analysis: data collection and analysis, investigate and summarize findings, improvement, and implementation
•Create an investigation plan to guide and launch the process of root cause analysis

View the event flier for additional workshop information or registration details

High Leverage Practices for Mathematical Thinking
This two day in-person event will introduce participants to what it means to think and reason mathematically, including learning about six areas (conceptual processing, visual-spatial processing, language, attention, organization, and memory) that students must access when thinking mathematically. They will engage in a reasoning routine and reflect on the accessibility areas they called upon when thinking mathematically. They will unpack the routine and analyze how five research-based instructional strategies (ask yourself questions, sentence frames and starters, annotation, the Four R’s, and turn-and-talks) woven throughout its design provided access to and supported the mathematical thinking. Lastly, participants will plan to use a routine in the classroom. They will leave ready to facilitate the routine and support strategies with students. Breakfast, lunch, and parking will be provided for participants on both days.  View the workshop flyer for additional information or to register for this event.  

2022-23 System of Support Leads Directory
The 2022-2023 System of Support Directory is ready!  This annual resource is tool to assist with making connections between the Statewide System of Support Leads. Please view the current Directory for Lead contact information.  If you have Lead changes, please submit a contact update form to send your most recent contact information. Updates to information are made quarterly.  

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