2021 SCOE Summer Institute | Registration
Over the past 9 years, the Sonoma County Office of Education has hosted a teaching and learning summer institute to allow school and district teams to think deeply about transforming learning experiences for students. To prepare for the 2021-22 academic year, SCOE will once again offer a virtual learning institute for teachers, counselors, administrators and paraprofessional to reconnect, rejuvenate, and reimagine what's necessary and possible for TK-12 education.

This year’s institute will be conducted virtually on July 27th-29th. There is no cost to participate, and stipends will be made available to Sonoma County teachers and counselors who choose to engage in post-Institute collaboration and implementation. While it is not required, we strongly encourage attendees to participate in the Institute as part of a school or district team so that you can get the added benefit of a shared learning experience.

We sincerely hope that you and your colleagues will make plans to join us for the 2021 Institute. To submit your registration, please complete the form below by June 25, 2021.
First Name *
Last Name *
Email address (Please note, we'll use this address to contact you with more detailed information about the Summer Institute in June and July 2021) *
Best Phone Number For Contact (Optional)
Current Role in Education: *
School District *
School Site (if applicable)
Teachers Only: 2021-22 Grade Level(s)
Briefly describe your primary motivation for attending the 2021 Summer Institute. In other words, what would you like to be able to do during the 2021-22 academic year as a result of your participation? (300 words or less) *
Which of the following topics would you most want to engage in discussion with other Institute attendees about? (Please select no more than 2.)
I have informed my school and/or district administrator(s) that I plan to participate in the 2021 SCOE Summer Institute. Please feel free to include my administrator(s) in future updates and communication about the institute. *
Stipend Commitment: Stipends will be made available to Sonoma County teachers and counselors who choose to engage in collaboration and implementation post-Institute. Teachers and counselors may choose from several options to receive a stipend post-Institute such as documenting classroom implementation to be shared with others, extended contract time for collaborating with colleagues, or submitting a mini-grant proposal for instructional supplies. Please indicate your preference on stipend participation below. *
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