California Educator

June/July 2022

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CA LMI Summer Institute JUNE 21–23, 2022 C O N F E R E N C E San Diego. The California Labor Man- agement Initiative institute convenes labor-management teams to energize partnerships, build community, and navigate the upcoming year. Pre-con- ference on June 21 for new teams. ² ISTE Live 22 JUNE 26–29, 2022 C O N F E R E N C E New Orleans/virtual. The International Society for Technology in Education o•ers over 1,000 sessions presented by experts from education and beyond to provide practical, immediately usable strategies for your classroom. ² PBL World 2022 JUNE 27–30, 2022 C O N F E R E N C E American Canyon High School, Napa. Sponsored by the nonprofit Buck Insti- tute for Education, this is the premier conference for Project Based Learning. ² California MTSS Professional Learning Institute JULY 12–14 C O N F E R E N C E Anaheim. The 2022 California Multi- Tiered System of Support PLI theme is "Hear Us, Together We Rise." Educators, administrators, school counselors and psychologists, county o•ices of edu- cation leaders, and community-based organizations come together to support inclusive and equitable learning envi- ronments. ² QTEL Summer Institutes JULY 18–22, JULY 25–29, 2022 C O N F E R E N C E S San Francisco/virtual. WestEd's Quality Teaching for English Learners team o•ers professional development sup- porting education for English learners. ² 2022-summer-institutes NSTA Chicago22 JULY 21–23, 2022 C O N F E R E N C E Chicago. The National Science Teach- ing Association event brings together educators, presenters and exhibitors, and features the latest tools and technologies for successful STEAM education. ² Presidents Conference JULY 14–17, 2022 Hyatt SFO, Burlingame. Provides new and returning chapter presidents and vice presidents a foundation to build on as we prepare for the challenges ahead. Includes a variety of skills-building sessions and multi- ple opportunities to network with other leaders. 2021 National Poet Laureate Alexandra Huynh speaks at Summer Institute; see page 51. Summer Institute JULY 24–28, 2022 UCLA , Los Angeles. CTA's premier training o•ers ses- sions and activities to hone the skills needed to meet the challenges of the coming year – in both education and labor. The various strands assist chapter leaders in the day-to-day representation and support of members, and include Communications, Instruction and Profes- sional Development, Emerging Leaders, Bargaining, School Finance, Healthcare Benefits and Issues, Legal, Member Benefits, and Community Engagement. Scenes from 2019 Summer Institute. We're back, baby! After CTA's Presidents Conference and Summer Institute went virtual for a few years, both are back in person in 2022. There's nothing like learning and networking face-to-face with your colleagues. Chapter leaders, emerging leaders and members interested in enhancing their skills as educators and unionists should head to for details and to register. CTA Summer Conferences & Trainings 9 J U N E / J U L Y 2 0 2 2

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