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For information about hosting a regionally offered CALPRO workshop at your agency, please view the Host CALPRO Workshops for Your Region [PDF].

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Event: Postsecondary Transitions, Session 2: From Theory to Practice: Next Steps and Action Plans (Online)

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Location: Online (Moodle Learning Management System) Adobe Connect
Date: 1/17/2017 - 2/13/2017
Time: 12:00:00 AM - 11:59:00 PM

Description:
Session 2 of this series takes place entirely online and runs for four consecutive weeks, from 01/17/17 to 02/13/17. Weekly participation is required, though participants may, during a given week, log in whenever they wish. A kick-off Webinar will take place in the first week, and the date will be announced and posted.

Event: Application Deadline: Communities of Practice Training: Integrated and Contextualized Workforce Skills in the ESL Classroom (Oceanside and Online)

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Location: Mira Costa Community College 1831 Mission Drive Oceanside, CA 92058
Date: 1/17/2017 - 1/17/2017
Time: 12:01:00 AM - 11:59:00 PM

Description:
The California Department of Education (CDE) and the California Adult Literacy Professional Development Project (CALPRO) are pleased to offer this Communities of Practice training on Integrated and Contextualized Workforce Skills in the ESL Classroom. This training is intended to assist instructors of adult ESL students of all proficiency levels to construct and conduct lessons in ways that teach “soft skills” or “transferable skills” that are critically important for students to succeed in school, at work and in the community. Examples of “soft/transferable” skills are leadership, collaboration, problem solving and goal-setting. Given the current emphasis on workforce development and postsecondary transitions, this training is especially timely and applicable.

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