Join us for non-stop learning and inspiration brought to you by a team of TK–12 experts!
Registration is now open for FREE professional development! The conference has been moved to a virtual format offering a blend of live and on-demand content.
This conference is offered by the California Department of Education in cooperation with CaPSPD NOW and is powered by SDE, Inc. The Conference is FREE to all private school educators and offers:
- A one and one-half day event specifically developed to go in-depth with a range of ready-to-implement ideas and strategies tosupport every grade level in boosting student growth and achievement.
- A hand-picked team of highly knowledgeable, motivating, and innovative presenters will deliver instructional best practices and research-based solutions relevant to what teachers are addressing in their classrooms today.
- In-depth sessions by the California Subject Matter Projects in Math, History/Social Science, Science, Writing, Reading PE, Arts,and Music.
- Specific strands for school administrators and for TK-1 teachers.
Breakout sessions will include:
- A strand for Administrators
- A strand for TK-K Teachers
- Subject matter specified by the California Subject Matter Projectsin Math, History/Social Science, Science, Writing, Reading, PE,Arts, and Music
- Differentiated Instruction
- Social Emotional Learning
- Special Education
- Digital Literacy
- Restorative Justice
- Formative Assessment
- Classroom Management
- And Much More!
Culturally & Linguistically Sustaining Instruction through
Join TCAP as we explore Latin Music this summer up close and personal with outstanding contemporary Latin, Latin-jazz, and salsa musicians. Experience three Latin music styles; son, rumba, and salsa in July and August.
Role of the Bass in Latin Music
August 18, 2020
Guest Artist Brian Wright
Investigate the role of the bass in rumba, son, and salsa music.
Examine the syncopated nature of bassline patterns and the bass and clave’s
This webinar will feature live musical examples and curated performance clips
highlighting the role of the bass in Afro-Caribbean musical traditions.
A Conversation Hosted by Create CA and the CCSESA
Date/Time: September 16, 2020 at 3 p.m.
Registration: Click here.
Join us for an interactive meeting where presenters will share about the power of the Arts and Social Emotional Learning. Don’t miss the debut of the new Create CA video on the Arts and SEL!
Featuring Headliner: Aaron Bryan, Fresno County Superintendent of Schools as well as other engaging speakers!
In a changing world, educational leaders are facing a new reality that may include distance learning, budget challenges and dramatic shifts in expectations. Join Peggy Burt and Kimberleigh Aarn in this interactive 2-day session that will introduce highly effective ways of collaborating to address trends and engage in meaningful dialogue that leads to concrete actions and priorities.
This online training will allow you to further develop your leadership and facilitation skills that may be translated into all aspects of your work. You will be provided with timely information to respond to this new landscape and learn strategies and processes that you can immediately apply.
Rural communities face specific challenges when working to deliver arts education to students. Learn from several experts who have created tailored approaches for rural communities. Presented in partnership with the California Alliance for Arts Education.
Come and join us in a new community of practice!
All are welcome: teachers, administrators, teaching artists, arts organizations, and arts allies serving the young people in Santa Clara County. Through the Artspiration Community of Practice, we will engage with each other around specific topics impacting our lives to improve teaching and learning in a virtual world.
Topics include ways to include new CA Arts Standards and Framework; social emotional learning and the arts; unpacking racism through the arts; arts and the Black Lives Movement; and, indigenous ways of knowledge and learning. We see the arts as a tool for healing, connecting to self and community, increasing student engagement, and nurturing creativity. The Arts are essential!
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Join us for this FREE event!
- Gain greater understanding of the rural context by engaging with national experts, Dr. Lisa Donovan, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Clayton W. Lord, Americans for the Arts, and California expert, Peggy Burt, Mindful Strategies;
- Learn a mapping process from Americans for the Arts based on a metaphorical frame of Emerald City to uncover key components to consider when expanding arts education in rural communities;
- Consider perspectives from next generation leaders; and
- Walk away with a process and a custom map to begin shaping strategies.
Enhancing student achievement though the arts
Because the safety of our staff and educators is of utmost importance, the ArtsLift Conference has been rescheduled to March 31, 2021.
Join us on March 31, 2021, for an innovative arts conference with 20 available sessions in art making, spoken word, theater, dance, and music to provide classroom teachers the skills and confidence to integrate arts practices into their classrooms.