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TEACH for LA Fall 2021

November 15, 20215:30pm - November 17, 2021

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November 15, 20215:30pm – November 17, 2021

To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teach-for-la-tickets-194193316437

Join us for breakout sessions with leaders in the field of education and early childhood education, panels, networking, and many opportunities to learn what you need to know to TEACH for LA!

The conference will have a variety of breakout sessions to choose from, including sessions on early childhood education, TK-12 education and special education. Those registered will receive a schedule of all breakout session topics, dates and times by November 8th. You will be registered for the conference and have access to whatever sessions your schedule allows. Breakout session links will be sent the day before the session to all registered.

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Conference kick off Monday November 15th 5:30-7:00 pm
Breakout sessions November 16th – November 17th
Panels with teachers, students, and education experts
Networking, collaboration and fun!

Everything you need to know to TEACH for LA!

We have a special FACULTY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS planned for Wednesday November 16th and Thursday November 17th.

Each day of the conference you will choose your own breakout sessions and join a community of educators and future educators in learning about such topics as:

  • Early Childhood Education Permit Matrix
  • Multiple Subject/Elementary School Credential Requirements
  • Single Subject/Junior High and High School Credential Requirements
  • Teacher Panel: Learn from Teachers Currently in the Field
  • Student Panel: Current Teacher Preparation Community College Students
  • Special Education Panel: Experts Share the Importance of High Quality SPED
  • TK-12 Interviewing Panel: Tips and Tricks to Help You be Successful
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in TK-12
  • Social Emotional Learning with Young Children
  • Invest in Your Future
  • Guest Speakers, Networking and an Opportunity Drawing

This conference is organized by TEACH LA Regional Collaborative (https://www.teachlarc.org). Sessions are hosted independently by regional community colleges and educations partners. This regional conference provides an opportunity to engage with faculty and teacher preparation programs from the Los Angeles Region.

Breakout sessions will be offered at various times of the day. There will be a special Conference Wrap Up on Wednesday November 17th and we will end the TEACH for LA conference with an opportunity drawing. You must be present during the opportunity drawing and live in California to win.

Join Us November 15th-November 17th for TEACH FOR LA

All are Welcome! This is a FREE Conference

Questions? Email: [email protected]

Teach for LA – Virtual Workshop Series

November 2, 2020

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November 2, 20205:30pm – November 17, 2021

Interested in becoming a teacher or in careers in the schools? Already a teacher and need some inspiration? Are you a professional that wants to learn more about programs in your region?

Join the Teach Los Angeles Regional Collaborative (Teach LA) & Partners in our 2nd FREE virtual workshop series.

Teach for LA – November 2-20, 2020

To view the full conference program and register for a workshop, flip through the virtual flipbook below. If you cannot access the virtual flipbook, please click here for the Excel format of the event registration program.

Conference Kick Off and Keynote Speaker (3 May 2021, 8:30-10a)

Simple Strategies for Student Engagement (3 May 2021, 10-11a)

Making Money with Substitute Teaching (3 May 2021, 11a-12p)

Anti-Bias Education and Anti-Racist Education: What’s the Difference? (3 May 2021, 12-2p)
https://youtu.be/lJ5DQ6LLJbU

My Retirement System (3 May 2021, 1-2p)
How to Build Your Classroom as a First-year Early Childhood Education (Preschool) Teacher (3 May 2021, 2-3p)

7 Secrets of a Successful Teaching Career (3 May 2021, 2;3:30p)

Special Education Speaker Panel: Let’s SPAR for Exceptional Children: Support, Programs, Advocacy, and Resources (3 May 2021, 5-6:30p)

Teacher Panel (3 May 2021, 7-8p)

Strategies for Successful Classroom Management (4 May 2021, 9-10a)

How do you become a teacher who can teach in elementary AND secondary classrooms? (4 May 2021, 11a-12p)

Racial Justice in Education: Uncovering the School to Prison Pipeline (4 May 2021, 12-1:30p)

Becoming a Transformative TK-12 Educator (4 May 2021, 2-3p)
Interested in Exploring Teaching? CPTP Information Session (4 May 2021, 4-5p)

Amplifying Student Voice in the Elementary Classroom (4 May 2021, 4:30-5:30p)

If Not Now, When? Strategies for Effective Time Management (4 May 2021, 4:30-6p)

LAMC and CSUN present teacher pathways. Child Development Certificates, Permits, and Transfer to… (4 May 2021, 5-6:30p)

Going it Alone vs. The Life Impact of a Mentor Relationship (4 May 2021, 6:30-7:30p)

Zero Textbook Cost Education Pathways (5 May 2021, 9-10a)

My Retirement System + Start Saving Now with Pension2 (5 May 2021, 10-11a)
Faculty Interviewing (5 May 2021, 11a-12p)

Expanded Learning as a Whole Child Laboratory for Future Teachers (5 May 2021, 1-2p)
Fake News and Real Curriculum… (5 May 2021, 2-3p)

Development and Research in Early Math Education (5 May 2021, 3-4p)

Culturally Responsive Approaches Meets Neuroscience for Secondary Teachers (5 May 2021, 4-5p)
My Latina (Leadership) Tribe (5 May 2021, 5-6p)

Navigating Special Education Programming/Services (6 May 2021, 10-11a)

Interested in Exploring Teaching? CPTP Information Session (6 May 2021, 11a-12p)

Expanded Learning as a Whole Child Laboratory for Future Teachers (6 May 2021, 1-2p)
Anti-Racism in Education (6 May 2021, 3-4p)

CPTP Teacher Mentoring Network (6 May 2021, 3-4p)

Difficult Moments (6 May 2021, 4-5p)
Creating and Sustaining Safe Spaces – Understanding Trauma-Informed Care (6 May 2021, 4-5:30p)

Know your Identity, Stand for Social Justice and Integrate Anti-Bias Curriculum in the Classroom (6 May 2021, 6-7p)

BONUS TEACHER PANEL!!! (6 May 2021, 7-8p)

Off the Path to Preschool (7 May 2021, 8-10a)
Conference Conclusion: Keynote Speaker, Networking and Giveaway (7 May 2021, 10a-12p)

School-Age Emphasis Child Development Workshop

April 30, 20202:30pm - 3:30pm

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April 30, 20202:30pm – 3:30pm

Workshop on the application process to obtain a Child Development Permit with a school-age emphasis. This is for students who are interestd in working with elementary are children (6-12 years of age).

Virtual Workshop Series

April 29, 2020

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April 29, 20202:30pm – 3:30pm

YOU ARE INVITED!
The Teach Los Angeles Regional Collaborative
presents
Teachers & Future Educators – Virtual Workshop Series

​These series of workshops are presented in celebration of Teacher Appreciation Month and

are offered for teachers, faculty, counselors, career pathway specialists,

future teachers (students) and other educators.

They are presented independently by each college and university that hosts them.

Registration is required for each workshop you want to attend.

REGISTER NOW!

Flip through the Virtual Workshop Program below to register for the session(s).

Registration is required for LIVE workshops. Pre-recorded workshops can be viewed now.

Only registered participants will receive a link to the Virtual Workshop(s).

School of Education College Recruitment Event

April 2, 202012:30pm - 5:30pm

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April 2, 202012:30pm – 5:30pm

Meet and greet college representatives from area Schools of Education to learn about various education and child development program transfer options.

Supporting LGBTQ+ Children & Families in the Classroom

March 12, 20202:30pm - 3:30pm

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March 12, 20202:30pm – 3:30pm

A professional development workshop for students and educators interested in learning how to advocate and foster inclusion and acceptance of LGBTQ+ children and families in the school setting. At the end of the workshop attendees will receive a certificate of completion.

‘Lion for a Day’ and TEACH Program Information Session

March 5, 202012:30pm - 1:30pm

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March 5, 202012:30pm – 1:30pm

Loyola Marymount University (LMU) and TEACH El Camino will present an information session for students to learn more about the programs. The Lion for a Day Program is designed to facilitate difficult transitions for 5th, 8th, and 11th grade students as they move from one level of their education to the next one.

School-Age Emphasis Child Development Workshop

March 3, 20202:30pm - 3:30pm

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March 3, 20202:30pm – 3:30pm

Workshop on the application process to obtain a Child Development Permit with a school-age emphasis. This is for students who are interestd in working with elementary are children (6-12 years of age).

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