The National Center for Urban School Transformation and the San Diego County Office of Education are partnering to offer a Certificate in Urban Teaching.  Join us for this blended-learning certificate program.

Program Description

Goal

To build an understanding of practices that will generate improvement in learning results for diverse populations

Design

Blended learning format, combining face-to-face meetings and online course work

Strategies

The cohort model builds on research and peer coaching and includes opportunities to implement and reflect

Overview

This certificate program is designed for teams of teachers, coaches, and instructional leaders who want to work together to develop expertise in research-based teaching practices that improve student achievement.  Based on the book Teaching Practices from America’s Best Urban Schools: A Guide for School and Classroom Leaders, by Joseph Johnson, Lynne Perez, and Cynthia Uline, the certificate program shares teaching practices from high- performing urban schools that lead all students to excellent and equitable learning outcomes.

Site teams, with administrator, encouraged.  Content will be differentiated by role

Cost – $685 per person for teams of 3 or more, or  $725 per person

    To register – http://sdcoe.k12oms.org/1729-121744

For more information, please contact:

Nancy Sedgwicknancy.sedgwick@sdcoe.net858-569-5301

January 24, 2017 and April 20, 2017

8:30 am to 3:00 pm

Participants may be photographed for use in promotional and/or news materials.