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Guests Joyce Montgomery from the California Transition Alliance and Rachel De Bruin, Transition Coordinator for Connecting Waters Charter share resources, personal stories, and best practices in the area of transition. Guests provide context regarding the challenges and opportunities for graduating students stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as valuable information about building and sustaining a strong high school transition program.
To access Rachel De Bruin’s curated transition resource padlets, or sign up for upcoming workshops visit:
Padlet code: workshop
Visit the California Transition Alliance website at http://www.catransitionalliance.org to access transition tools and resources for teachers, parents and educators.
California Career zone https://www.cacareerzone.org/
California career center https://www.calcareercenter.org/
National Technical Assistance Center on Transition: https://transitionta.org/
Workforce Innovation Technical Assistance Center: http://www.wintac.org/topic-areas/pre-employment-transition-services
Disability Benefits 101: https://ca.db101.org/ca/situations/youthanddisability/planning/program.htm
JAN: Job Accommodation Network: https://askjan.org/
Special Guests Vanessa Lopez from the Imperial County SELPA, as well as Christine Kane and Valentyna Banner of San Diego Global Vision Academy join Jeremiah and Moises to discuss COVID-19 related challenges, English Learners, UDL, and much more.
To access resources for ELs and students with disabilities from Imperial County SELPA and the grant-based EL resources referenced in the episode, visit https://www.icoe.org/selpa/el-swd.
For more information about San Diego Global Vision Academy, visit SDGVA.org.
San Diego Area Writing Project: Provides year-round professional learning in all content areas with a focus on writing, equity, and teachers teaching teachers.
Project GLAD: “evidence-based practices that help design classrooms and lessons where language comes alive through content.”
SDSU CGI Collaborative: “The goal for students is to develop rich informal mathematical thinking and innate problem-solving abilities. Teachers learn how mathematical thinking develops and how to guide children toward deeper, more sophisticated levels of understanding.”
Imagine Learning: “Imagine Language & Literacy is an adaptive learning solution that accelerates reading and language proficiency for students in grades PreK–6. Designed to supplement core literacy instruction, Imagine Language & Literacy provides instruction and practice in all four domains of literacy—reading, writing, listening, and speaking.”
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