• Core Learning Communities of Practice

    In order to best serve our Alameda County district, site, and classroom leaders in their content expertise and implementation, the Core Learning Department has developed robust, virtual Communities of Practice in five areas of focus (view PDF).

    All Communities of Practice will meet virtually from 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m and are FREE of charge. Click on each area of focus below to learn more and to register to become a member.

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    3rd Tuesdays beginning August 18 2020
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    2nd Wednesdays beginning August 12 2020
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    4th Wednesdays beginning August 26 2020
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    3rd Wednesdays beginning August 19 2020
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    1st Wednesdays beginning September 2 2020
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    Join us for one or more Community of Practice, as we:

    • Provide the latest regional and state policy updates
    • Explore best practices through active, shared learning (including district spotlights)
    • Introduce high-quality, asynchronous and synchronous learning resources to drive standards-based instruction
    • Present ways in which to integrate multiple content areas
    • Demonstrate how to incorporate anti-racist teaching and social emotional supports into content delivery
    • Learn from colleagues through engagement in conversations around inquiry-based problems of practice Professional Communities