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Putting It All Together (Grades K-1)

Putting It All Together (Grades 2-3)

The Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Project

    09/03/2019 08:30:00

  • Location: Visalia
  • Address: 6200 S Mooney Blvd, Redwood EFGH



Implementing California’s History-Social Science Framework

Professional Learning and Networking Communities of Practice

The California Budget Act of 2017 has allocated funding for the Tulare County Office of Education to provide high-quality professional learning, resources, and targeted support for K-12 history-social science teachers, administrators, and para-professionals to go beyond the overview phase and move toward full implementation of the new HSS Framework.

Participants will receive at no cost:
  • Professional learning focused on developing inquiry-based critical thinking, improving literacy skills, and equipping teachers with knowledge and instructional strategies to promote civic engagement of students
  • Resources to comply with legislative mandates, i.e. FAIR Act, Armenian Genocide, Bracero Program, Contributions of Filipino-Americans
  • Community of Practice networking and sharing of best practices facilitated by history-social science experts in local regional settings throughout the 2018-19 school year
Space is limited. Visit the CLIC Project website to learn more!
Sessions are from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Informational flyer
Registration link for Sept 3 (Visalia) Content & Literacy Part II



Putting It All Together (Grades 4-5)

The Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Project

    09/03/2019 08:30:00

  • Location: Visalia
  • Address: 6200 S Mooney Blvd, Redwood EFGH



Implementing California’s History-Social Science Framework

Professional Learning and Networking Communities of Practice

The California Budget Act of 2017 has allocated funding for the Tulare County Office of Education to provide high-quality professional learning, resources, and targeted support for K-12 history-social science teachers, administrators, and para-professionals to go beyond the overview phase and move toward full implementation of the new HSS Framework.

Participants will receive at no cost:
  • Professional learning focused on developing inquiry-based critical thinking, improving literacy skills, and equipping teachers with knowledge and instructional strategies to promote civic engagement of students
  • Resources to comply with legislative mandates, i.e. FAIR Act, Armenian Genocide, Bracero Program, Contributions of Filipino-Americans
  • Community of Practice networking and sharing of best practices facilitated by history-social science experts in local regional settings throughout the 2018-19 school year
Space is limited. Visit the CLIC Project website to learn more!
Sessions are from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Informational flyer
Registration link for Sept 3 (Visalia) Content & Literacy Part II



Putting It All Together (Grades 6-8)

The Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Project

    09/03/2019 08:30:00

  • Location: Visalia
  • Address: 6200 S Mooney Blvd, Redwood EFGH



Implementing California’s History-Social Science Framework

Professional Learning and Networking Communities of Practice

The California Budget Act of 2017 has allocated funding for the Tulare County Office of Education to provide high-quality professional learning, resources, and targeted support for K-12 history-social science teachers, administrators, and para-professionals to go beyond the overview phase and move toward full implementation of the new HSS Framework.

Participants will receive at no cost:
  • Professional learning focused on developing inquiry-based critical thinking, improving literacy skills, and equipping teachers with knowledge and instructional strategies to promote civic engagement of students
  • Resources to comply with legislative mandates, i.e. FAIR Act, Armenian Genocide, Bracero Program, Contributions of Filipino-Americans
  • Community of Practice networking and sharing of best practices facilitated by history-social science experts in local regional settings throughout the 2018-19 school year
Space is limited. Visit the CLIC Project website to learn more!
Sessions are from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Informational flyer
Registration link for Sept 3 (Visalia) Content & Literacy Part II



Additional Professional Learning

The Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Project

    09/03/2019 08:30:00

  • Location: Visalia
  • Address: 6200 S Mooney Blvd, Redwood EFGH



Implementing California’s History-Social Science Framework

Professional Learning and Networking Communities of Practice

The California Budget Act of 2017 has allocated funding for the Tulare County Office of Education to provide high-quality professional learning, resources, and targeted support for K-12 history-social science teachers, administrators, and para-professionals to go beyond the overview phase and move toward full implementation of the new HSS Framework.

Participants will receive at no cost:
  • Professional learning focused on developing inquiry-based critical thinking, improving literacy skills, and equipping teachers with knowledge and instructional strategies to promote civic engagement of students
  • Resources to comply with legislative mandates, i.e. FAIR Act, Armenian Genocide, Bracero Program, Contributions of Filipino-Americans
  • Community of Practice networking and sharing of best practices facilitated by history-social science experts in local regional settings throughout the 2018-19 school year
Space is limited. Visit the CLIC Project website to learn more!
Sessions are from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Informational flyer
Registration link for Sept 3 (Visalia) Content & Literacy Part II




Content Connections



The Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Project

    09/03/2019 08:30:00

  • Location: Visalia
  • Address: 6200 S Mooney Blvd, Redwood EFGH



Implementing California’s History-Social Science Framework

Professional Learning and Networking Communities of Practice

The California Budget Act of 2017 has allocated funding for the Tulare County Office of Education to provide high-quality professional learning, resources, and targeted support for K-12 history-social science teachers, administrators, and para-professionals to go beyond the overview phase and move toward full implementation of the new HSS Framework.

Participants will receive at no cost:
  • Professional learning focused on developing inquiry-based critical thinking, improving literacy skills, and equipping teachers with knowledge and instructional strategies to promote civic engagement of students
  • Resources to comply with legislative mandates, i.e. FAIR Act, Armenian Genocide, Bracero Program, Contributions of Filipino-Americans
  • Community of Practice networking and sharing of best practices facilitated by history-social science experts in local regional settings throughout the 2018-19 school year
Space is limited. Visit the CLIC Project website to learn more!
Sessions are from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Informational flyer
Registration link for Sept 3 (Visalia) Content & Literacy Part II



Connect with our Professional Learning



Learning opportunities can be found on this page, as well as on our K-12 OMS Event Registration System.  Click on the link for any PD event on this page, and you'll be launched to the event's registration page.

For more information email Alesha Ramirez or call her at (559) 651-3031 Ext 3352.  For registration assistance, email Ame Quinonez or call her at (559) 651-3031 Ext 3362.


In order to register for and attend any of our listed learning opportunities, you will need to have a free K-12 Organizational Management (OMS) account.  Please visit here to create your account.