Personalizing Learning in the Common Core Era
Empowering and preparing educators for 21st century learning
In the Common Core era, California educators are faced with the challenge of creating assignments and assessments which allow students to demonstrate critical thinking and analytical skills. The shift from lecture-based instruction to instruction focused on personalized learning, performance-based tasks, and 21st century soft skills has created a need for educators to refine their curriculum, instruction, and assessments. Now is the time to focus on deepening our understanding of how to best implement CCSS in ways that are personal and empowering for all students.
Join us at the Annual Conference North as we explore ways to shift educational mindsets, approach performance-based tasks, and adapt lessons for all learners.
Why Exhibit with CLS?
California League of Schools - which includes CLMS, CLHS and CLES - is a 30-year nonprofit educators’ association that produces three regional events per school year to reach K-12 educators in Southern, Central and Northern California. Many exhibitors choose to return year after year because CLS events are priced competitively and attract an optimal mix of decision-makers: K-12 teachers, principals/assistant principals, and district administrators. Each event features well-known keynote speakers, exceptional workshop quantity and quality, and dedicated exhibit time.
California League of Schools is a nonprofit educators' association encompassing the communities of California League of Middle Schools, California League of High Schools and California League of Elementary Schools. CLS is dedicated to helping K-12 educators improve student learning through useful, evidence-based professional development and other resources.