• Professional Development at ACOE

    The Alameda County Office of Education offers a variety of professional development opportunities for early learning educators,  TK-12 teachers, and administrators to expand their skills and increase effectiveness in the schools and districts they serve. We provide a broad range of training and coaching support for all educators, including on-site and online workshops, professional certification, and summer institutes.  

    Click the links below to access additional information and a schedule of upcoming learning opportunities.

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  • JANUARY

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    JAN
    7

    Show Me What to Do!

    This session will focus on the teacher moves necessary to promote development for all students! Learn how our brains analyze visual, auditory, and tactile information, and more. 

     

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    JAN
    10

    Region 4 STEAM Hub Community of Practice

    Join Region 4 expanded learning site coordinators in a community of practice for improving the quality and quantity of STEAM learning opportunities addressing the ethnic and gender gaps in the field.

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    JAN
    12

    The Science of a Meaningful Life

    In this first virtual session of the Social and Emotional Learning Community of Transformative Practice (SEL CoTP), Dr. Emiliana Simon-Thomas from the Greater Good Science Center will reveal the 8 keys that unlock the pathway to a Meaningful Life.  

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    JAN
    18

    The Science Partnership for Global Change

    Inviting 6th grade educators to participate in a professional learning opportunity focused on environmental literacy, NGSS, and civic engagement.

     

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    JAN
    24

    Philip A. Harvey Memorial Mock Trial Competition

    You are cordially invited to serve as a volunteer judge and/or scorer for the Alameda County High School Mock Trial competition. Your support is invaluable!  

     

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    JAN
    25

    Our Changing Planet

    This intensive professional development opportunity addresses environmental literacy, social justice, and creativity in order to deepen an understanding of local ecosystems and develop creative solutions that can collaboratively strengthen a community’s climate resilience.  

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    FEB-APR

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    FEB
    1

    Arts as Life!

    Join this fun day of learning and immersive professional development, rich with opportunities to practice creativity and explore its connections to literacy and social and emotional learning.





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    FEB
    1

    CircleUp for Restorative Practices

    In this interactive and introductory workshop, learn about the three focus areas of Restorative Practices and how they can be used to help students develop Transformative SEL skills.




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    5/12

    Media Producer Fellowship: Futures We Dream

    Arts2Work is seeking 10 creative students looking to explore storytelling and media arts as a career. In this Fellowship, students will create their own 1-2 minute short videos around the theme of Futures We Dream, inspired by the Smithsonian FUTURES exhibition currently on view in Washington, DC.

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    FEB
    8

    New and Emerging Site Coordinator Series for Expanded Learning

    New and emerging expanded learning leaders interested in building supervisory, managerial and coaching skills can register for this 4-part level A series designed to improve high-quality programming through leadership basics.

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    FEB
    8

    Human Trafficking Prevention Education

    Participants will learn about recruiting tactics for human trafficking, the role of technology, how to identify situations where someone is at risk, and how to properly respond in the community.

     

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    FEB
    9

    Building a Culture of Collective Efficacy

    This is a 3-part professional development series for Administrators and Instructional Coaches. When school communities make a shared commitment to developing their own practice in service of student learning, everybody wins!  

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    FEB
    15

    Intro to Transformative Social and Emotional Learning (T-SEL)

    In this interactive workshop, discover how Social-Emotional Learning can be a transformative lever for equity and justice-oriented civic engagement.

     

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    FEB 28

    Summer Internship: Pitching A Concept

    BRIC (Break, Reinvent, Impact, Change) is seeking 45 creative students ages 18 and up looking to take part in a virtual creative experience. During the six-week-long internship, students will work in small groups to create an original concept for a television show, movie, or video game and will pitch their project to development executives and creators.

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    FEB 28

    Early Childhood Education Summer Internship

    ACOE, in partnership with The Unity Council and YMCA will provide fifteen internship opportunities for graduating High School Students, in Early Childhood Education at child development centers in Alameda County.



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    FEB 28

    Municipal Engineering Internship

    The City of San Leandro, Department of Engineering and Transportation, is looking for two student interns that are excited to learn and gain experience in Civil Engineering. The internship is entry-level and meant to provide a valuable hands-on experience to students interested in becoming registered professional engineers. Training is provided. San Leandro residents and Civil Engineering curriculum is highly preferred.

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    FEB 28

    3D Printing Shop Technician Internship

    Protocafe, a Newark, CA based, industry leader in 3D printing, rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, is looking for six interns interested in gaining hands-on experience in the 3D printing industry. The internship can be tailored to expertise and interests that include design, hands on fabrication, model finishing, machine operation, testing, documentation. Training is provided.

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    Experiences in Research - Virtual Internship

    Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab are advancing human knowledge and seeking science solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. Spend six weeks working directly with scientists on cutting edge STEM projects. The Berkeley Lab is looking for 20 interns. No experience is necessary.




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