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Learning Session #3 [clear filter]
Friday, September 8


Innovative School Counseling Programs Improving Equity for ALL Students

This session will share the stories of statewide, award-winning school counseling programs that have improved equity, access, and outcomes for all students. These innovative school counseling programs use evidenced-based practices aligned with the American School Counselor Association national model. School counselors in these districts have aligned their programs to the Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), to create multi-tiered, multi-domained systems of support. School counselors ensure all students receive core instructional curriculum and data driven interventions in the domain areas: academic, college/career, and social emotional development. This session will share best practices in K-12 settings.

Audience: Elementary Counselor, Middle School Counselor, High School Counselor, Elementary Administrators, Middle School Administrators, High School Administrators, Superintendent, District Office Leaders

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Danielle Duarte

Director of Professional Development, Hatching Results
Danielle Duarte is the director of professional development for Hatching Results. She is a former school counselor and grant project director. She trains school counselors and administrators nationwide. She has experience at all levels and earned RAMP (Recognized ASCA Model Program... Read More →

Trish Hatch

President, CEO, Hatching Results
Dr. Trish Hatch is a professor at SDSU and the founder and president/CEO of Hatching Results. Her best-selling textbooks include: The Use of Data in School Counseling (Hatch, 2014), The ASCA National Model: A Framework for School Counseling Programs (ASCA, 2003; 2005) and Evidence-Based... Read More →

Friday September 8, 2017 8:00am - 9:15am
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Technology Equity: Students as Video Producers to Improve Science Comprehension and Literacy

As a teacher at a Title I school, the presenter understands the importance of differentiating lessons for all learners in the heterogeneous classroom. Technology fosters equity in the classroom to further prepare students with 21st century skills, and to be college- and career-ready. This approach to teaching includes English language development, special education, and gifted students. By attending this session, educators will learn through action research data and results, how to support students’ needs using one-to-one classroom technology through video production. Teachers will walk away with engaging strategies to support culturally relevant lessons and promote equity for all students.

Audience: Elementary Teacher, Middle Teacher, High School Teacher


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Alicia Johal

Science Teacher, Sweetwater UHSD
Alicia Johal is a fifth-year, equity-driven science educator and site curriculum specialist in Sweetwater Union High School District. She is an Apple Foundations Trainer, New Teacher Induction Mentor, and Adjunct Faculty with National Univeristy who strives to innovate and lead others... Read More →

Friday September 8, 2017 8:00am - 9:15am
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