K14 Career Education Professional Development
Professional Development (PD) is a critical component of the region’s strategy for long-term change and improvement in services for students. PD is required both to facilitate the implementation of best practices and to support continuous improvement. In accordance with adult learning theory, high quality PD includes goal-driven, active engagement of learners, peer to peer learning, and experiential learning, with strategic use of written materials and oral presentations.
K14 Career Education Professional Development Coordinators
Heather Cavazos – [email protected]
Health, Life Sciences & Biotechnology
Monica Rosas – [email protected]
Advanced Manufacturing, Advanced Transportation & Logistics, Business & Entrepreneurship, ICT & Digital Media
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COMING SOON! ICT & Digital Media Sector Discussion Forum (K-14) – November 20
COMING SOON! Health Sector Discussion Forum (K-14) – November 19
Health Sector Discussion Forum (K-14) – October 15
Manufacturing Month 2020 – WBL Weekly Sessions (K-14)
10/7 – Microtek and Tandem Metal Products
10/14 – SeaSpine and Jabil
10/21 – Johnson Matthey and Otter Products, LLC.
10/28 – General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. and Imperial Irrigation District
Strong Workforce Program Faculty Institute (Community College) – September 25
Skills of the Future: Advanced Manufacturing (K-14) – September 23-24
Work-Based Learning SG21 Forum – Part I (Community College) – September 18
Adv. Manufacturing Skilled Trades Discussion Forum (K-14) – August 19
Adv. Manufacturing Skilled Trades Discussion Forum (K-14) – July 15
For additional K-12 Professional Development opportunities, check out:
San Diego County Office of Education CTE Instructors Network
With a focus on instructional practice for distance learning, blended learning, and socially distant learning, the CTE Instructors Network will be focused on instructional practices, and collaboration including planning, sector specific collaboration, student engagement, assessment, accessibility and networking.