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Teaching American History
MCOE assists teachers, principals, and districts in implementing State Board Adopted Content Standards, which form the basis for curriculum development in grades Kindergarten through 12. The County Office also provides workshops that focus on standards implementation, textbook adoption, and research based strategies. Workshops, seminars, and summer institutes are offered across subject areas, addressing effective instructional strategies.
For more information about these workshops, please contact Paul Joens Poulton at 707-467-5102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mendocino/Lake Leadership Network 2012-2013
THE BRIDGE TO THE COMMON CORE
Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are a powerful way to organize our schools to keep the focus on student learning. With the upcoming transition to the Common Core State Standards, how can we use our PLCs to learn from the past and bridge to the future?
The Mendocino-Lake Leadership Network is offering an opportunity for school teams to investigate how to use their PLC model to support this transition. Depending on enrollment and space availability, we hope to offer sessions in three locations, MCOE, LCOE and the coast.
This series will take a deep look at the content, structure and expectations of the Common Core Standards through the lens of PLCs. We will use the four guiding questions of a PLC to investigate the Common Core, with a focus on Literacy and Math.
2012-2013 SESSION LOCATIONS AND DATES
Intended audience: Cost per participant: $300
· School teams (must include administrator) Funding from RSDSS will support most schools in
· All grade spans Program Improvement
Questions: MCOE, contact Katie Sommer @ 467-5109; LCOE, contact Stephanie Wayment @ 707 262-4163
or Tim Gill @ 707 262-4152
2011-12 Advanced Cohort Session 2 Video Resources
2011-12 Advanced Cohort Session 2 Document Resources
DataDirector is the Student Assessment software used by most districts in Mendocino county. This link is for individuals wishing to log-in to their accounts.
Reading/Language Arts (E/LA)
Mendocino County Office of Education provides professional development in Reading/Language Arts focused on balanced, comprehensive programs and research-based strategies to improve skills of all students. The County Office also works collaboratively with the California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP), and the Redwood Writing Project (RWP) to provide high quality professional development to elementary and secondary reading and language-arts teachers.
For more information regarding the RWP, please contact Bob Sizoo, Director, at (707) 826-5109 or email@example.com
For information regarding the CRLP, please contact Kathy Harris, Director, at (707) 664-2257 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For information regarding specific reading/language arts professional development opportunities, please contact Nancy Rogers-Zegarra, (707) 467-5101 email@example.com
Pacing Guides and Resource Materials 2009-2010
To view the Pacing guides click on the grade title below to download the Excel file that contains Year at a Glance calendars and Calendars by Topic for that grade level. There are several worksheet in each file. If you can't see the tabs along the bottom, please be sure that your Excel window is fully expanded and that the spreadsheet file within the Excel window is also fully expanded. To print the Pacing guides please be sure to view each tab in page layout view to double check the format. Margins should be .5 on top and bottom, and .25 on the sides.
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