Inquiry: Why Now?
How Leaders Can Foster Equitable Access to Inquiry-Based Instruction
Selected Wednesdays, March 17 – May 5, 3:00pm–4:30pm
Hosted by the California Subject Matter Project
Free and Open to the Public!
To support leaders in this difficult and unprecedented time, our partners at the California Subject Matter Project (CSMP) have developed a new online professional learning program, exclusively for the 21st Century School Leadership Academy (21CSLA): Inquiry: Why Now? How Leaders Can Foster Equitable Access to Inquiry-Based Instruction.
In this 15-hour series, educational leaders (site, district, and county office leaders, as well as teacher leaders) from across California are invited to explore the power and potential of inquiry-based instruction as a tool to promote and support a more equitable future. The series will offer support to educators working in a fully online environment, in hybrid models, and in-person instruction.
- Six synchronous 90-minute sessions (3:00 – 4:30 pm): March 17, April 7, 14, 21, 28, and May 5
- Three asynchronous modules first available the week of March 24
- Three individual consultation sessions (April 7 – May 12)
Please Note: Advance registration is required. You must be signed in to a Zoom account to access the webinar—this can be a free Zoom account or one from your institution.
About 21CSLA: The 21st Century School Leadership Academy (21CSLA) is dedicated to the professional learning and support of California’s educational leaders- teacher, site, and district- to create more equitable learning environments that ultimately improve success for underserved students. Headquartered at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education, it is led in partnership with UCLA School of Education, the California Subject Matter Projects and seven Regional Academies across the state. For more information, click here.