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Wednesday, May 11
 

1:30pm

CDE Legislative Updates (Session I)
As a result of AB 2276, county probation departments, COEs, and LEAs, are developing policies and agreements to improve the transition of juvenile court students back to their communities.  AB 2276 required a statewide group be established to make recommendations for state action as well as recommendations useful in the creation of the local MOUs and transition planning policies.  This session will review the workgroup's recommendations as well as legislation and other issues impacting JCC students.

Speakers
BU

Brian Uslan

Consultant, California Dept of Education
Brian Uslan has worked in California's Department of Education for over 25 years as a researcher, manager, program specialist and consultant on many of the State's important initiatives. Since joining the CDE in 1990, Brian has worked on a number of key State and department efforts... Read More →



Wednesday May 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Quarterdeck A

3:00pm

From Leading Edge to Student Achievement (Session II)
Discover how the SDCOE/JCCS planned, prepped, and implemented a 1:1 chromebook initiative county-wide, to include juvenile detention facilities. Focus will be on device selection, teacher preparation, partner agency coordination, and student use/achievement. Participants will be asked to share their journey and resources to whatever extent possible.

Speakers

Wednesday May 11, 2016 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Quarterdeck A
 
Thursday, May 12
 

10:45am

CDE Legislative Updates (Session III)
As a result of AB 2276, county probation departments, COEs, and LEAs, are developing policies and agreements to improve the transition of juvenile court students back to their communities.  AB 2276 required a statewide group be established to make recommendations for state action as well as recommendations useful in the creation of the local MOUs and transition planning policies.  This session will review the workgroup's recommendations as well as legislation and other issues impacting JCC students.

Speakers
BU

Brian Uslan

Consultant, California Dept of Education
Brian Uslan has worked in California's Department of Education for over 25 years as a researcher, manager, program specialist and consultant on many of the State's important initiatives. Since joining the CDE in 1990, Brian has worked on a number of key State and department efforts... Read More →



Thursday May 12, 2016 10:45am - 12:00pm
Quarterdeck A

2:15pm

Administration, Not Just a Job, But A Lifestyle! How to Not Burn Out, While Trying To Light Up the Team Self-Care for Administrators
This session is designed to examine the many social/emotional challenges facing new and veteran administrators.  How well do you balance taking care of your personal life while handling politics, demands and pressures of administration?  The format will be a group and personal exploration of the life/work balance.  There will be veterans there to share their experiences, tips and ideas.  Come prepared to reflect, laugh and have fun.

Speakers
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Sandy Mast

Santa Cruz County Office of Ed
Sandy Mast has a unique story,  She is a past JCCASAC board member, JCCASAC Peshkoff Award winner and was the  2014 Administrator of the Year for Santa Cruz County Office of Education. Before retiring in 2014,  Sandy was responsible for 24 Court and Community Schools.  As a former... Read More →



Thursday May 12, 2016 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Quarterdeck A

3:45pm

Character Based Literacy (Session V)
Character Based Literacy (CBL) of Santa Clara University's Markkula Center for Applied Ethics exemplifies Progress Through Innovation as the premier curriculum designed for students as risk for school faiure and antisocial behavior. It has been used in schools across California for over 20 years. The latest innovation has been the evolution of the CBL curriculum into flexible lesson plans for any teacher; whether they teach 40, 60, 90 minute periods or an independent study model.

Speakers
TK

Thomas Kostic

Assoc. Director of Character Education, Santa Clara University
Tom Kostic is the Field Program Coordinator at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Kostic is the key trainer for character-Based Literacy Curriculum, which is now in use in the majority of court-community schools in California and hundreds of regular... Read More →


Thursday May 12, 2016 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Quarterdeck A