The 19th Annual Early Years Conference focus is Social Justice in Early Learning and Care.

Social justice in early childhood education is about ensuring that all children and families receive the educational and social opportunities responsive to their cultural identity. High quality programs put social justice teaching front and center by prioritizing anti-bias and culturally sensitive teaching.

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Early Years 2022 Digital Event Program

Participants will receive 6 PD hours per day. Their hours will be added into the Workforce Registry between 1 to 4 weeks after the conference. Participants will also receive a certificate of completion – but will not be asked to upload this certificate to the Workforce Registry.

Please contact Kelly Slocum at kelly.slocum@sdcoe.net for conference support. Also, visit our Early Years webpage at Early Years > Home (sdcoe.net).

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Saturday, March 12 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Running Records en dos idiomas: The Basics LIMITED

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Knowing how well your students are progressing in reading is a vital part of teaching. Running Records are an essential tool for determining students' reading assets, progress and needs. This is one of two sessions during this conference for TK-K-1st teachers to learn to apply running records in Spanish or in English or both as a practical formative assessment to guide instruction.

In "The Basics" session: You will learn from analyzing your students’ miscues and patterns across languages to move reading forward. In fact, you will practice administering running records in English and Spanish using video recordings from real classrooms with students who are English learners and Spanish learners.

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Cynthia Craft

Coordinator: Reading, Literacy, Language Arts, San Diego COE
Using running records as a part of a formative assessment process.Reading RecoveryEarly Literacy Interventions
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Jorge Cuevas Antillon

District Advisor, MEGA Department, SDCOE
Jorge Cuevas Antillón is a well-known voice on effective language learning. His capacity to serve schools and districts comes from decades in education, as a teacher, reading coach, school/district administrator and educational grant writer and manager. As the District Advisor for... Read More →

Saturday March 12, 2022 11:30am - 1:00pm PST