Developing Academic Language through Oral Discourse: a Four-Part Series

This 4 part professional learning series will use history and science content to provide district teams tools and strategies to plan instruction for English Learners (EL).  Participants will be provided with tools to lead their departments, sites and district to implement language development strategies from the California History- Social Science Framework (adopted July of 2016) and Science Framework (adopted November 2016).  The workshops will include model lessons that use content to develop language and incorporate academic discourse.

Santa Clara County: Administrator and TOSA H-SS Framework Implementation

The UCB History-Social Science Project is partnering with the Santa Clara County Office of Education to provide an ongoing and collaborative space for Administrators and TOSAs to learn and share strategies for implementing the new CA H-SS Framework. Whether Administrators and TOSAs are building upon previous partnership with the UCBHSSP or working independently, this program will provide a valuable opportunity to collaborate and share ideas.

Santa Clara County: H-SS Framework Implementation Study Group for Teachers

Are you intrigued by the new Framework and interested in exploring how it encourages a shift in your instructional planning and teaching? The UCB History-Social Science Project in partnership with the SCCOE is offering professional development to support teachers in the implementation of the new California History-Social Science Frameworks.

History-Social Science Orientation Session

A second session was just added! 8 spots available. Register here for April 24.

In partnership with the Contra Costa County Office of Education, UCBHSSP will lead an orientation session on the new H-SS Framework.

An Un-Conference - Teaching Contemporary Issues in K-12 Classrooms

UCBHSSP invites Bay Area educators to participate in an "un-conference." This participate-driven event will allow teachers to share and learn from one another with regard to how to approach contemporary issues in the K12 classroom.

Power and Authority - Understanding Genocide: The Khmer Rouge

Khatharya Um, a professor of Ethnic Studies, will discuss the history of the Khmer Rouge and place this period in history in the context of genocide studies. A model lesson on using oral history as evidence for discussing the Khmer Rouge will be introduced.


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