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Event Details

DateMonday, May 8th, 2017
Time

2:00-3:00

Audience

Members of your CALLI team

Location

Zoom Virtual Call Link:

https://zoom.us/j/5593511224

This is an incredible opportunity to include district members outside of the Leadership Team to gain critical knowledge around the shifts necessary for supporting academic discourse in ALL classrooms!

Objective

The purpose of the site visit consultancy is to provide cross-district learnings to support the effective design and implementation of tools for building the capacity of teachers to cultivate structured collaborative discussions in all classrooms.

Essential Questions

1) How might we implement structures and processes which build the capacity of teachers to cultivate structured collaborative discussions in all classrooms?
2) How do tools such as rubrics cultivate a coherent, district-wide vision for academic language, facilitative common understanding of prioritized instructional shifts, and build individual teacher and group capacity to enact those shifts?

Link to the Agenda

coming soon!

About the Expert

Steven Weiss is a Senior Research Associate at Understanding Language/SCALE at Stanford. His work includes managing the Stanford ELL Leadership Network, a collaboration between 7 small to medium sized school districts in Northern California focused on developing leadership capacity around English Learners. Prior to joining Understanding Language/SCALE, he worked at the Quality Teaching for English Learners (QTEL) program at WestEd, where he was a professional developer and instructional coach of secondary teachers and administrators in urban school districts such as New York City, Austin, San Diego and San Jose. He has also worked as a K-8 school administrator, a bilingual/ESL resource teacher, and a high school Spanish/History/ESL teacher. Steven is bilingual in Spanish. He holds a M.Ed. from U.C.L.A., an M.A. in Educational Administration from San Francisco State University and an M.A. in Spanish from Middlebury College.

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