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New Teacher Institute Call for Presenters
Thank you for your interest in being a workshop presenter. The New Teacher Winter Institute is a half day virtual professional development, where  non-permanent teachers have the opportunity to grow and develop in their practice by attending workshops and hearing from content experts.  

The virtual institute will take place on Saturday, December 11, 2021.  Each workshop will be 85 minutes.  

Institute Schedule:
8:00 AM Opening & General Session
10:00 AM Workshop A (80 mins. presentation / 5 mins. eval)
11:35 AM Workshop B (80 mins. presentation / 5 mins. eval)
1:00 PM End of Institute

We are interested in workshops that will enhance new teachers’ pedagogy and skills. Workshops should be research based and include high rigor, culturally responsive instruction, and provide participants the opportunity to be engaged and reflective.  

We look forward to receiving your proposal.  Please complete the form below and  print a completed copy for your records.  

For additional information, please contact Lalaine Tan,

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Last Name *
Presenter  First Name *
LAUSD Employee *
If you are an LAUSD employee, what is your pay basis?
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LAUSD Employee Number
Are you a National Board Certified Teacher that is willing to present for NBC Hours?
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Best contact information (include phone # or email address) *
District, Organization or School
Current Role or Title
Area of Specialization
What is your experience with presenting professional development?
Proposed Workshop Title *
Which Topic Does your Workshop Address? *
Workshop Objective and Teacher Learning Outcomes *
Workshop/Course Description (To be included in the program) *
What strategies will you use to engage thinking and learning? *
What activities will the participants be engaged in? *
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