California SLD Standards Training

CRLP Fresno State | CRLP UC San Diego | SDCOE

Exploring the California Spanish Language Development (SLD) Standards

CRLP Fresno State in collaboration with CRLP UC San Diego and San Diego County Office of Education will be holding an SLD Standards Training in August 2019! This training will provide an opportunity for participants to understand the design and organization of California’s new SLD standards and their relationship to the Common Core en Español and share ideas on how to use the new SLD standards for planning for Spanish learner instruction across content areas.

SLD Training | CRLP Fresno State

Thursday, Aug. 22nd, 8:30am-3pm

5200 North Barton Avenue

Fresno, CA


Henry Madden Library

5200 N. Barton Ave. Rm 2108

Fresno, CA 93740-8014

Institute Fee:

$145 per participant (includes teacher materials, breakfast, lunch, and parking code)

Sarah Peterson, M.Ed.

Sarah Peterson serves as Regional Director of the California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP) at UC San Diego. Her equity-centered work supports primary, dual language, secondary, and charter schools across San Diego County.

Jorge Cuevas Antillón

Jorge Cuevas Antillón is a renown biliteracy/multilingualism advocate, teacher professional development provider and dual language curriculum writer. His expertise comes from decades in public school education, as a teacher, as a reading coach, as a school/district administrator, as a graduate school university instructor, as a textbook author and as an educational grant writer/manager. Right now he is honored to be the national and state steward of Common Core en español as the District Advisor for Curriculum and Instruction at San Diego County Office of Education. He is also enjoys partnering with the brilliant company of SDSU College of Education faculty where he also prepares teacher candidates for their biliteracy classrooms. In his spare time, Jorge facilitates various scholarship committees for multilingual fist generation college-gong high school graduating seniors throughout San Diego County. He also serves on the board for Community HousingWorks, a California nonprofit producing affordable housing for thousands of California formerly homeless individuals as well as modest income families and seniors across California, including communities in Fresno.

Patty López, Ed.D.

Dr. Patricia M. López is the Regional Director of the California Reading and Literature Project at Fresno State. She is a first generation college graduate with a 17-year background in teaching, curriculum development, policy implementation, teacher skill development, budget administration in line with district and state standards, repeatedly successful in leading major initiatives critical to institutional growth and student/ teacher development, as well as incorporating innovative technologies to enhance instruction and increase student engagement. Patricia has encouraged a lifelong love of learning with all stakeholders and communities.