CRLP at UC Santa Cruz offers many types of professional learning opportunities for teachers and administrators in the region, with a focus on the Common Core ELA/Literacy and California ELD standards and the ELA/ELD Framework.
The goal of these programs is to enhance teacher knowledge through intensive reading and literature institutes. These institutes strive to:
This institute is designed to provide teachers with support in teaching the Common Core ELA standards related to Foundational Skills. Assessment, interpretation, grouping and instruction are covered in this 2-4 day training.
Learning How English Works deepens understanding of the California ELD Standards and guides teachers in planning language lessons for Designated ELD instruction.
This institute is designed to provide teachers with the tools and skills necessary to analyze the academic language and literacy demands of complex literary and informational texts.
This institute has been carefully designed to effectively promote Spanish-to-English bi-literacy transfer.
CALL institutes provide secondary educators with the tools and skills necessary to analyze the academic language demands of course-specific texts and materials.
The ADEPT is a valid and reliable oral language assessment instrument (aligned with the CELDT) that can be used with students across grade levels.