2019 CCAE State ConferenceSession Resources

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CCAE 2019 Conference Session Resources

5 DYNAMIC WAYS TO INTEGRATE TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL-WIDE
The presentation will, in a dynamic hands-on manner, both introduce and build upon school-wide integration of 21st century technology skills.
Presented by: Harkirat (Kira) Mann

Resource: 5 Dynamic Ways to Integrate Technology School-Wide (PDF)

ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM UPDATE
It’s 2019—so what’s on the horizon for the adult education program? Come join Neil Kelly of the State Office for a big picture update.
Presented by: Neil Kelly

Resource: Adult Education Program Update (PowerPoint)

ASAP REPORTS
Generate ASAP reports to retrieve and analyze your agency’s student enrollment and attendance data.
Presented by: Cindy Loo-Garcia, Kevin Ho

Resource: ASAP Reports Presentation (PDF)

CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES THAT DEVELOP SKILLS IDENTIFIED BY WIOA
Discover activities that develop skills identified by key statements in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) as essential for student success in academic and workforce settings.
Presented by: Donna Price

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EVERYONE NEEDS A TEN YEAR PLAN
We use the “Career Choices and Changes” curriculum to guide students through researching and an actionable plan for their postsecondary education, career, and lifestyle.
Presented by: Geno Malkiewicz

Resource: Everyone Needs a Ten Year Plan Presentation (PDF)

A HISTORY OF ADULT EDUCATION AND ITS PURPOSE IN AMERICAN DEMOCRACY
The purpose of this session will be to facilitate a discussion with adult educators about the historical role that adult education has played in building and maintaining an educated democracy and strong work force since the foundations of this country.
Presented by: Steven Casperite

Resource: A History of Adult Education and Its Purpose in American Democracy Presentation (PDF)

THE FUTURE IS HERE: RIGOR IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
In this session, participants engage in dynamic English communication activities, contextualized reading content, and critical thinking activities leading to college and workplace readiness.
Presented by: Ronna Magy

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HOW TO COLLABORATIVELY BUILD AND DELIVER AN ADULT ED-FOCUSED GOOGLE SUMMIT
Learn the process and steps we at Placer School for Adults went through, in collaboration with our consortium OTAN, and TAP, to host the first ever adult education focused Google Summit.
Presented by: Steven Casperite

Resource: How to Collaboratively Build and Deliver an Adult Ed-Focused Google Summit (PDF)

HOW COUNSELING STRATEGIES CAN ELIMINATE BARRIERS TO TRANSITIONS
Participants in this workshop will leave with a toolkit of strategies and ideas that can be used immediately in their own school districts to break barriers caused by culture, socio-economic conditions, immigration, finances, self-esteem, language, and transportation.
Presented by: Emma Diaz, Alex Jaco, Maria Duran

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INDUSTRY OUTREACH TO EMPOWER LABOR EMPLOYEES WITH CAREER ADVANCEMENT
This session will focus on skills that are integral for success in the workplace, which incorporates academic and training instruction for certification that will lead to promotional employment opportunities and career pathways.
Presented by: Sofia Mayoral, Lancy Asturias, Christine Ramirez, Rocelia Beard

Resource: Licensed Vocational Nurse Licensure Pathway Partnership (PDF)

iOS12: iPad TIPS, TRICKS, AND THE BASICS OF iOS YOU SHOULD MASTER
Have you updated your iPad's iOS recently? Want to learn the cool new features in iOS12? Not all iOS12’s new features are obvious ones, so come check out some lesser known tips. We'll explore using camera for QR codes, taking notes, browsing the web effectively with Safari, and some essential tips and tricks.
Presented by: Farzana Cassim

Resource: iOS12: iPad Tips, Tricks, and the Basics of iOS You Should Master (PDF)

iPADS IN ADULT EDUCATION
In this workshop, participants will learn about free apps to use in their adult education classroom from ESL, ABE, citizenship, and CTE.
Presented by: Francisco Xavier Pinedo

Resource: iPads in Adult Education Presentation (PDF)

IT’S A LONG WAY TO THE TOP: AC/DC IN JAIL ED
This workshop presents a regional approach to in situ career technical training and student support for inmates and re-entry populations.
Presented by: John Werner

Resource: Introduction to Electronic Technology (PDF)

LEGISLATIVE, BUDGET, AND ADVOCACY UPDATE
This session will be an opportunity to hear from CCAE’s Legislative and Budget Advocate, Dawn Koepke, regarding the latest activity surrounding legislative and budgetary activities of importance to adult education. Additionally, the discussion will include updates on advocacy and what the field can do to further support a successful year for K12 adult education.
Presented by: Dawn Koepke

Resource: Legislative, Budget, and Advocacy Update (PDF)

LEARN THE 10 EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FOR SUCCESS IDENTIFIED FOR SUCCESS IDENTIFIED BY NEW WORLD OF WORK
Learn how to teach students the necessary skills for success by mastering the New World of Work employability skills.
Presented by: Suzanne Murphy, Rob Lawrence, Marcio de Paula Wai

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LIFE AFTER ESL: INNOVATIVE TRANSITIONAL ESL PROGRAMS
The West End Corridor consortium will showcase three innovate and effective programs designed to facilitate transitions for high-level ESL students.
Presented by: Dana Galloway, Lisa Pinell Hernandez, Debra Haag, Alisa Kuhns

Resource: Life After ESL: Innovative Transitional ESL Programs (PDF)

NEW EDUCATION, NEW LIFE: DEVELOPING COMMUNITY LEADERS THROUGH A STUDENT COUNCIL
Student councils develop leaders, benefit the school, and promote civic engagement. Discover how you can start and run a successful student council at your campus.
Presented by: Stephanie Kriebel, Sa (Shelley) Cheng

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PREPARING ENGLISH LEARNERS FOR CENSUS 2020
It is crucial to California that our English learners complete Census 2020. Prepare your civic participation students for the Census using a new COAAP.
Presented by: Leslie Johnson-Tatsuta, Lori Howard

Resources: Preparing English Learners for Census 2020 Presentation (PDF)

SCAFFOLDING ACADEMIC WRITING: WRITING RECAPS AND PARAGRAPH FRAMES
Strong academic writing is key to ELLs’ college and career success. In this workshop, participants practice with scaffolded writing models: writing recaps and paragraph frames.
Presented by: Ronna Magy

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TEACHING MATH SKILLS IN CONTEXT: THE VALUE OF INTEGRATING ABE MATH AND CTE
ABE and CTE teachers collaborate and develop CTE-enhanced math lessons that identify the intersecting math concepts naturally embedded within the CTE curriculum.
Presented by: Lisa Vallejos

Resource: Teaching Math Skills in Context Presentation (PDF)

TEACHING WITH YOUTUBE
Participants will learn how to create curated playlists on YouTube. Then create interactive video lessons through EdPuzzle, Pear Deck, and Google Forms.
Presented by: Jennifer Gagliardi

Resource: PearDeck for Google Slides (PDF)

TOOLS AND RESOURCES FOR ACCURATE REPORTING OF OUTCOMES DATA IN TOPSPRO ENTERPRISE FOR CAEP CONSORTIA
The goal of the AEP program is to “enable adults to advance education, obtain employment, and improve wages.” Measuring our success requires accurate and reliable data on the six AEP outcomes.
Presented by: Bethany Ely

Resource: Tools and Resources for Accurate Reporting of Outcomes Data in TOPSpro Enterprise for CAEP Consortia Presentation (PDF)

WORKFORCE PREPARATION AND TRAINING: MODELS FOR INTEGRATING IELCE AND IET
Integrated EL Civics (IELCE) curriculum needs to support Integrated Education and Training (IET) to prepare English learners for the workforce. Presenters will demonstrate models, curriculum, and assessments.
Presented by: Lori Howard, Angela Rodriguez, Bryan Hicks, Magdalena Kwiatkowski

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