Presenters’ Collective Network (PCN)
Session #5- Saturday, February 21st, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Session #6 – Saturday, March 21st, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Session #7 – Saturday, May 2nd, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
UC Berkeley, 3635 Tolman Hall 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
(Teacher Consultants Only )
For long-time consultants and presenters, we want to the PCN to be a place for you to try out a new presentation, or refine one you’ve already developed. For TCs who have not yet had a chance to present, we’d like the PCN to be an opportunity for you to further develop ideas and presentations put forth at your summer institute. For all of us, the collegial support at the center of the PCN is intended to help us work confidently with colleagues as we support continued growth as teachers of writing and teachers of content such as history and science.
For more information see invitation below. Contact Stan Pesick with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teachers, learn how to bring your class online through an introduction to Google Drive and Docs in this one-day workshop.
Saturday, March 28th
9 am – 3 pm @ UC Berkeley, 2326 Tolman Hall
Co-Taught by Stephanie Robillard and Ari Dolid
Participants will experience the writing process, from drafting and editing straight through to publishing. We will provide an overview of these Google applications, explore best practices for implementing online writing in your classes, and provide instruction on drafting, editing, revising and sharing writing through hands on learning.
Bring your own device for this excellent introduction to preparing students for writing in the digital age.
To register click here. Or, to mail in registration and check, fill out form below and follow instructions.
Our very popular Saturday Seminar Series begins again next month!
“Learning with Technology: A New Era”
Keynote Speaker: Phil Daro
Saturday, March 7th, 8:45 am – 12:30 pm @ Albany High School
Co-sponsored with The Bay Area Math Project and The Bay Area Science Project, these free half-day seminars will focus on critical thinking across all subject areas. After a dynamic keynote speaker, participants will have time to further explore connections to their own classroom in break-out sessions by discipline.
For more information, view the flyer below or contact Carolyn Billingsley at email@example.com or (510) 642-7154