CIVIC LEARNING - PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
In order to support schools and districts as they develop civic learning pathways and prepare for the California State Seal of Civic Engagement, SDCOE is offering a series of workshops. Current offerings are below. Please check back frequently for updates and new events.
Developing Pathways to Civic Learning
School and district teams learn about current initiatives focused on developing K-12 civic learning pathways. They will explore the new State Seal of Civic Engagement and its implication for all grade levels. Participants will receive planning tools that can be used to guide the development of local civic learning plans. The cost to participate is $50 with discounts for schools and districts that send teams.
Date: September 30
Time: 8:30 to 12:00
Integrating Civic Learning into the History-Social Science Classroom
K-12 educators will use the California History Social Science Framework and the Roadmap to Educating for American Democracy to integrate civic learning in authentic ways into their curriculum. The cost to participate is $50 with discounts for schools and districts that send teams.
Date: October 20
Time: 8:30 to 12:00
Leveraging Resources to Support Civic Learning
Educators will learn about existing free, online resources, including those available from the National Constitution Center, which can support civic learning in the classroom. The cost to participate is $50 with discounts for schools and districts that send teams.
Civic Learning through Environmental Literacy
Participants will learn about ways to integrate civic learning with environmental literacy, providing the perfect opportunity to create an integrated learning experience for students.
Date: January 25
Time: 8:30 to 3:00
SAVE THE DATE: The San Diego County Civic Learning Conference and Showcase
This event is being offered through a partnership between SDCOE, the San Diego Civic Learning Partnership, and the San Diego Unified School District. Participants will have opportunities to learn about local civic learning opportunities, hear from experts, and network with colleagues. The day will include breakout sessions and will culminate in a showcase of student civic learning projects.
This offering is currently being planned for March 15 and will be held at the SDCOE main campus in Linda Vista. However, for health and safety reasons, it could be moved to a virtual event. More information will be available in the fall.
Customized Services for Schools and Districts
The SDCOE History-Social Science Coordinator is available to work directly with schools and districts as they develop their civic learning plans and integrate civic education into classrooms. Please contact Matt Hayes at email@example.com
or (858) 295-8857 for more information.