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Wednesday Sessions

Session 6 (60 minutes)   1:10pm-2:10pm

Coming Together as a Team: How South Orange County Regional Consortium used Collaborative Policy Development and Member Effectiveness Self-Assessment to Support Agency Fiscal Needs and Guide Consortium Practice
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Karima Feldhus
Join members of the South Orange County Regional Consortium as they describe how the consortium developed policies that facilitated more transparent sharing of fiscal information to maintain compliance with updated CAEP legislation and led to the development of a system of self-assessments to measure member effectiveness. Audience participants will be encouraged to ask questions and share best practices. Everyone will walk away with digital copies of the self-assessments and consortium bylaws.
(AUD: ADM, STF • PGM: LDR )
Meeting NRS Performance Goals Panel Discussion
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Jay Wright
This session features all star panelists that describe how they use data management reports and implement basic strategies to evaluate data, select key points and engage students and staff for agency improvement.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: PGE )
Appointment With Your Future — for Today and Tomorrow
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Teana Fredeen
Appointment with Your Future flips the traditional career fair on end & focuses on outcomes. For employers, this means connecting with qualified applicants and decreasing the time to hire. For applicants, this is an opportunity to refine their resume & self-pitch to align with the skills & abilities that employers are looking for. This session will walk you through how the program can match job seekers with employers by bridging the communication gap between the employers and training programs.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: LRT )
Equitable Program Development to Align to Regional Employer Needs
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Tamika Connor
Californians, especially adults over 25 years old, continue to face economic uncertainties and inequities amid dynamic labor market shifts. In order to understand these changes and to create equitable opportunities for students and workers, post-secondary education providers will need to deepen engagement with regional industry and employer partners in this education-to-workforce ecosystem to develop tailored programs and support services.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: PDV )
Guide This! An overview of the Digital Guidance Document
Single presenter
Francisco X Pinedo
Come learn about the Digital Learning Guidance through interactive activities. You have the opportunity to hear some vignettes, learn what is in the guidance, and find out what is next in digital learning. We explore how the Guidance can help elevate your online program and take you to the next level.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: CRR )
RIALTO USD'S 10 BEST WAYS TO TEACH IDIOMS & SLANG IN THE CLASSROOM: A Game-Changing Approach in "Cracking the Code" to Understanding Real-World English
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
David Burke
Many ELT teachers feel that they have failed their students because although their pupils are well prepared to pass tests, when it comes to understanding real-world English, namely idioms, slang, and common reductions, they fall short and remain "outsiders" feeling isolated from the locals. Author "Slangman" David Burke and Tamilla Palmer Perera from Rialto USD will discuss their game-changing, proven outcomes that help students connect with our culture, our spoken language, and to their peers.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: CRR )
A Bridge Over the Education Gap for HSE students: Saddleback College designed a comprehensive and inclusive Adult Education Dual Enrollment Program that supports students from enrollment through transition to program completion
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Nancy Miller
Saddleback College is eager to share how they carefully put together a plan to utilize the SB554 Adult Education Dual Enrollment legislature to encourage students already in the High School Equivalency (HSE) program or planning to enroll, to continue their education in one of Saddleback’s credit certificate and degree programs. This includes multi-language assistance to enroll in both Adult Education and Credit courses, as well as counseling, academic and financial supports.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: LRT )
Tips for Engaging All Learners with Digital Literacy
Single presenter
Elisia Doonan
Are you ready to learn some new tips for all your learners who are challenged in the digital world. You will learn some practical ways to aid with vision, finger dexterity and focusing on task on the computer. If you bring your computer/laptop, you can even practice some techniques. The tips will range from keyboards to immersive reader. Ther will be many resources sited for more information also.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: TDL )
WSCS - Giving Students the Edge with the Newly Remodeled Workforce Skills Certification System (Part 1)
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
JoDee Slyter
The session will Introduce the newly remodeled and streamlined Workforce Skills Certification System from CASAS with a focus on program implementation. Presenters will provide information on the value and relevancy of the components of the system and how participation provides opportunities for students entering the workforce, demonstrate the programs and software. Attendees will learn how students will benefit, consider ways of integrating content, and how students achieve certification.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: PDV )
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