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Learning Series Webinar 6: Adolescent Development & Making Healthy Choices - Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Date: 12-08-2020
Duration: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Check In Time: 9:50am

Registration deadline: 12-1-20, 12pm

Learn various stages and theories of adolescent development and the characteristics of each. Understand the decision making process and how to effectively teach adolescents the importance of making healthy choices. Learn specific intervention strategies as they relate to the different stages of adolescence and gain an understanding of these "hormonally challenged" individuals.

Presented by Dr. Gale Gorke

The webinar link will be emailed to registered participants 1 business day before the session.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

Charter Elementary School High School K-8 Middle School
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

0 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Every Monday Matters (EMM): Supporting Social-Emotional Well-Being in Expanded Learning Programs (Elementary) - Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Date: 12-09-2020
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:30 am
Check In Time: 8:50am

This training is designed for ELEMENTARY school staff.  The training for MIDDLE and HIGH school is on December 10, 2020.

Social-emotional well-being is more important today than ever.  This training will help participants understand our current environment and how to support the social-emotional well-being of the adults and youth we work with.

Using the Every Monday Matters (EMM) curriculum, participants will be provided with:

     • Strategies to adjust to our “new normal” by exploring the cycle of change and using it as a tool to better understand the changing environment.

     • The understanding of the importance of social-emotional learning (SEL) and the importance of it for self, students, and the community.

     • The ability to utilize the Every Monday Matters (EMM) curriculum to support students.


NOTE: This same training will be offered in January; Date TBD.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

Elementary School K-8
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

53 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Every Monday Matters (EMM): Supporting Social-Emotional Well-Being in Expanded Learning Programs (Middle and High School) - Thursday, December 10, 2020

Date: 12-10-2020
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:30 am
Check In Time: 8:50am

This training is designed for MIDDLE and HIGH school staff.  The training for ELEMENTARY is on December 9, 2020.

Social-emotional well-being is more important today than ever.  This training will help participants understand our current environment and how to support the social-emotional well-being of the adults and youth we work with.

Using the Every Monday Matters (EMM) curriculum, participants will be provided with:

     • Strategies to adjust to our “new normal” by exploring the cycle of change and using it as a tool to better understand the changing environment.

     • The understanding of the importance of social-emotional learning (SEL) and the importance of it for self, students, and the community.

     • The ability to utilize the Every Monday Matters (EMM) curriculum to support students.


NOTE: This same training will be offered in January; Date TBD.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

High School Middle School
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

21 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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How Best to Utilize ASSIST: The EXLD Online Reporting System (hosted on Zoom) - Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Date: 12-16-2020
Duration: 09:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn how to utilize the online reporting system ASSIST for attendance and fiscal reporting. Walk through an actual tutorial on submission of budgets, attendance and expenditure reports in ASSIST. We will cover: How to enter budgets, budget revisions, attendance, submitting of expenditures, entering in-direct costs, use of 5100 line for sub-contracting. What to do if you lose your password for ASSIST, how to update your contact information, and how to pull your own reports for funding allocations per school, payments, and attendance reports.  


Intended Audience: ASSIST/Fiscal Coordinators, Grant Managers, and Program Directors


The Zoom link will be sent to registered participants at least 1 business day prior to the meeting.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Other Regional Manager / Supervisor

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

58 of 70 seats(s) are still available.

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Introduction to Project-Based Learning in Expanded Learning Programs - Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Date: 01-20-2021
Duration: 09:00 am - 12:00 pm
Check In Time: 8:50am

Introduction to Project-Based Learning in Expanded Learning Programs introduces project-based learning and its application in the VIRTUAL expanded learning classroom.

Participants Will:

  • Gain an understanding of the essentials of project-based learning
  • Learn how to develop driving questions that will lead to successful projects
  • Learn how to incorporate the 21st Century Learning Skills in a project

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

48 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Understanding Implicit Bias - Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Date: 02-03-2021
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50am

Social scientists determined we all carry unconscious biases due to a lifetime of exposure to cultural attitudes about age, race, ethnicity, religion, social class, gender, gender identity, physical abilities, and other social constructs. Our brains are incredibly complex. We know implicit bias and micro-aggressions associated with it are activated involuntarily, without awareness or intentional control. Psychologists posit Implicit Biases we have formed can be gradually unlearned through a variety of de-biasing techniques.

We invite you to explore your own implicit biases as an individual and member of society at large. Diverse social groups are exposed to preconceived cultural attitudes that result in small gestures or comments leading to increased negative social-emotional impacts. Join us as we explore ways to suspend these unconscious judgments about ourselves and others. 

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

113 of 200 seats(s) are still available.

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Recognizing Trauma and Building Resilience in Youth - Friday, February 5, 2021

Date: 02-05-2021
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50am

This workshop is a follow-up to the Trauma-Informed Practices for Schools (TIPS) training that Expanded Learning staff received in the 2019-2020 school year. It is designed to provide participants with an understanding of how to use a trauma-lens to identify the needs of students impacted by trauma as a result of COVID-19 and other traumas as well as build resilience in youth. The workshop will address the needs of all students, however it will also highlight specific strategies that relate to improving outcomes for students in foster care and other marginalized groups. Participants will receive strategies and resources that can be used in distance learning or face-to-face settings.

The webinar link will be emailed to registered participants one (1) business day before the session.

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

49 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Preparing for Expanded Learning Programs Federal Program (FPM) Monitoring

Date: 03-03-2021
Duration: 09:00 am - 12:00 pm
Check In Time: 8:50am

The CDE's EXLD has a new 2020-21 Expanded Learning FPM Instrument which has some significant adjustments from previous FPM instruments due to our unique circumstances in schools this year. This training session for grant management teams will highlight the changes to the 2020-21 Expanded Learning Instrument and also share how compliance with the various fiscal and program requirements helps improve the quality of Expanded Learning Programs. This is in alignment with the Expanded Learning Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) process. The CQI process requires programs to submit evidence of a data-driven program quality improvement process based on the CDE's guidance on program quality standards. 

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

62 of 100 seats(s) are still available.

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Understanding Implicit Bias - Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Date: 03-10-2021
Duration: 09:00 am - 11:00 am
Check In Time: 8:50am
Social scientists determined we all carry unconscious biases due to a lifetime of exposure to cultural attitudes about age, race, ethnicity, religion, social class, gender, gender identity, physical abilities, and other social constructs. Our brains are incredibly complex. We know implicit bias and micro-aggressions associated with it are activated involuntarily, without awareness or intentional control. Psychologists posit Implicit Biases we have formed can be gradually unlearned through a variety of de-biasing techniques.

We invite you to explore your own implicit biases as an individual and member of society at large. Diverse social groups are exposed to preconceived cultural attitudes that result in small gestures or comments leading to increased negative social-emotional impacts. Join us as we explore ways to suspend these unconscious judgments about ourselves and others. 

Location: Online


Intended Audience:

Frontline Staff Grants Manager Program Director Regional Manager / Supervisor Site Coordinator

Grade Level(s):

N/A
Beverage and Food NOT Provided

181 of 200 seats(s) are still available.

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