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Super Saturdays for Teachers

Spring 2021 Super Saturday Panel Open for Registration!

SPRING 2021 SERIES

  • February 6, 2021

  • March 6, 2021

  • April 24, 2021

Teachers may attend workshops of interest which are not their grade level assignment. 

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At Super Saturdays, teachers and students participate in the presenter’s workshop, which includes demonstration, mentor texts, engaging strategies, writing time, and sharing.

1-3 units of graduate credits available for $150 per unit. Look into our Credit Information options for more details.

Note to Coaches: Participate for free, attending with one of your mentees! Register and scroll to the bottom of the ticket option to select “FREE Mentor & Coaching Ticket.”

Registration Fees
Online

Now online only

Free Admissions!

ESUHSD Teachers
Contact Jefferylynn Davis (davisj@esuhsd.org) for the latest conference request form. Complete and submit that form before the workshop you plan to attend. The district will pay your registration fee only.

 

Super Saturday Spring 2021

Super Saturday Panel

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with Arcadia Conrad and Hannah Jayne

The San Jose Area Writing Project is excited to put forward a new Super Saturday format for the Spring: a panel discussion in which teacher panelists will share best practices, anecdotes, or something they wish they knew from the beginning with regard to distance learning. Each panelist will speak briefly (5-10 minutes) about the topic of their choice before we open the floor to a general discussion and Q&A about distance learning & teaching during the pandemic.

Teachers are also welcome to stay online with us after the panel discussion to attend the Super Saturday series offered to students. On February 6 we will have an author talk with Faith Gardner about her new novel, Girl On the Line. On March 6 & April 24 we will offer Page to Stage, a screenwriting class with Arcadia Conrad, director of the Cupertino Actors Theater.

Register for Free!