Spring PD Sessions


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We have some great PD sessions lined up for this year.You can also find them on the district's PD calendar (SUHSD PD). Please register for all these sessions on the district's ERO registration site. If you do not have your login information, please contact Jennie Tomasino, jtomasino@seq.org, to obtain your ERO login (this site is not part of our single sign on system).

Please register in ERO, even if you plan to attend online.

Login instructions and how to register for sessions in ERO

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Digital Citizenship

Focus Area: Education Technology

Tuesday, April 24, 2018


Mahogany Conference Room

Presenter: Brooke Darmanin

Session Description:

Is digital citizenship and copyright law confusing to you? Come learn how digital citizenship applies to both you and your students, and gain free tools for finding and using FREE content!

Universal Design

Focus Area:

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Birch Conference Room

Presenter: Tara Charles

Session Description:

UDL is for both general and special education teachers. UDL is a set of principles for designing Common Core curriculum that provides all individuals with equal opportunities to learn. UDL has becoming increasingly important in implementing Common Core Standards by helping teachers differentiate for all learners, regardless of ability, disability, age, gender, or cultural and linguistic background. It provides a blueprint for designing curricular material, and assessments to reach all students including those with diverse needs. UDL participants will gain ideas on how to adjust their curriculum design process expecting the curriculum to be used by a diverse set of students with varying skills and abilities

Register Here!

Click here to sign up using the ERO system. If you need help with your PIN or have questions about using the ERO system, please email Jennie Tomasino.

Interested in a district unit? If you are not in TIPS, attend six seminars and complete two reflections for one district unit. If you are part of TIPS, fulfill the TIPS requirement first and then attend six additional seminars to receive a district unit. Ask Victoria Dye for more information.