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Teaching Permit for Statutory Leave - (TPSL)

TPSL allows an employing agency to fill a position where the teacher of record is unable to teach due to a statutory leave with a temporary teacher of record for the duration of the leave.

When:
Ongoing
Where:
Online
Fee: $200.00

The Riverside County Office of Education is offering online modules that meet the 45 hours of preparation required for a current or prospective substitute teacher to obtain an initial Teaching Permit for Statutory Leave. The modules are ongoing and can be taken at any time.

The Teaching Permit for Statutory Leave allows an employing agency to fill a position where the teacher of record is unable to teach due to a statutory leave with a temporary teacher of record for the duration of the leave. The TPSL requirement is 45 hours of preparation for each of the first three issuances of the permit. The preparation hour requirements are divided into three tiers (foundational, intermediate, and proficient). Each issuance is valid for one calendar year and permits a TPSL holder to remain in a classroom for for the duration of the leave.
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For additional information, please contact:

Dr. Tiffany Hill
Riverside County Office of Education 
(951) 826-6662
(951) 826-6950 FAX
thill@rcoe.us


California History–Social Science Framework Rollout Events

Dates: March 2 | March 3, 2017
Event Cost:
$125 per person (Rollout events hosted by County Offices of Education)
$225 per (Rollout events hosted by CA History-Social Science)

Who Should Attend: Join local teachers, administrators, and teacher educators for the first in a series of programs designed to introduce California’s History-Social Science Framework. These roll-out events are the result of collaboration between the California Department of Education (CDE), the State Board of Education (SBE), the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA), and in partnership with the California History-Social Science Project (CHSSP).

Event: These interactive and engaging one-day conferences across California offer time to collaborate with other educators, as well as state, regional, and local HSS leaders. Participants will leave with classroom-ready instructional materials, and a full-day examination of the instructional shifts, updated and expanded content, aligning HSS instruction with the ELA/ELD Framework, and inquiry-based instruction across grade levels.
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LOCATION:
Varied

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Experiencing the Progression

From Arithmetic to Algebra (Grades 3-8)

Dates: March 2 | March 3, 2017
Time:
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM


Event Cost: $495 (Includes materials and lunch.)

Who Should Attend: Grades 3-8 general and special education mathematics teachers, teacher leaders, mathematics
coaches, and district and site administrators.

Event: During this two-day session, Cathy Fosnot will focus on the big ideas, strategies, and models important in the development of algebra, for example the treatment of numeric and algebraic expressions as interchangeable equivalent objects (in contrast to procedures), the big ideas of equivalence, the properties of operations, variation, solving for unknowns, and using models such as the double number line, the ratio table, and the array as powerful tools for representing and thinking.
Each participant will receive a copy of “Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Algebra.”
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LOCATION:
Riverside County Office of Education - Conference Center
3958 Twelfth Street
Riverside, CA 92501

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Conferring With Young Mathematicians at Work (Grades K-8)

Dates: March 6 | March 7, 2017
Time:
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM


Event Cost: $495 (Includes materials and lunch.)

Who Should Attend: Grades K-8 general and special education mathematics teachers, teacher leaders, mathematics
coaches, and district and site administrators.

Event: Running a powerful mathematics classroom is no easy feat. The way we question, celebrate, and support has a dramatic effect on the way students feel about mathematics and what they learn.
Join Cathy Fosnot for a two-day intensive experience to deepen your understanding of how to question, guide, mentor
and support young mathematicians as they work on investigations..
Each participant will receive an advance copy of a chapter from Cathy Fosnot’s soon-to-be-released book, “Conferring With Young Mathematicians at Work.”
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LOCATION:
Riverside County Office of Education - Conference Center
3958 Twelfth Street
Riverside, CA 92501

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Engaging Girls in STEM: Making the Connection for Action

Dates: April 20, 2017
Time:
3:30 PM
- 7:00 PM

Event Cost:
There are no fees associated with this event.

Who Should Attend: Local educational agencies interested in starting or expanding their programs, Local business and community based organizations, Million Women Mentors (MWM), Parents, Students, and families.

Event: The Riverside County Office of Education in collaboration with the California Department of Education and California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls are working together to promote statewide outreach and encouraging girls and young women to explore, enroll, and complete STEM courses and pursue postsecondary degrees in STEM majors.
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LOCATION:
Riverside County Office of Education - Conference Center
3958 Twelfth Street
Riverside, CA 92501

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Designing High-Quality Performance Tasks Training

Dates: April 25, 2017
Time:
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM


Event Cost:
$95.00 (Includes material and meals)

Who Should Attend: District Assessment and Curriculum and Instruction Leaders, English Language (EL) and Mathematics Instructional Coaches, and School Lead Teachers.

Event: During this interactive training, participants will:

  • Deepen understanding of the evidence elicited from students through different types of performance tasks.
  • Experience an exemplar performance task.
  • Deepen understanding of Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) claims.
  • Build knowledge to become better consumers and adapters of high-quality performance tasks.
  • Prepare for participation in collaborative task design process.

Presenter: Theresa Morris, Performance Assessment Development & Research Associate, Stanford Center for Assessment Learning and Equity (SCALE).
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LOCATION:
Riverside County Office of Education - Conference Center
3958 Twelfth Street
Riverside, CA 92501

Map | Driving Directions

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Professional Learning for 21st Century Educators

For Information about our array of professional learning opportunities please contact us:

Phone: (951) 826-6632
Email: cti@rcoe.us