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Professional Development

Professional Development

Staff Development Team

Carol Loflin, Director of Instruction

Kathy Moore, Curriculum Coordinator


Human Resources Training

Click on the link below to access the PublicSchoolWORKS training site sponsored by the SRVUSD Human Relations Dept.

Safety Training Online

More Teacher Resources

Rick Morris was an elementary school teacher with great ideas on classroom management and student engagement.  Check out his website for great ideas--some have already been out there, he has simply taken them up a notch.  He modifies most for secondary educators as well.

Tools for the 21st Century Teacher

SimpleK12 has just released their newest version (v3) of the Interactive Whiteboard Workbook.

TED Talks is a 'must have' for any classroom.

Creative Commons is the place to find anything that can be used in your classroom, without violating copyright laws. Videos, documents, lesson plans, images, etc.

Search Engines to Check Out

A free 37 page eBook for everyone and three great search engines that are kids friendly and easy to use.

Sweet Search

Kid Rex 

Ref Seek 

Share Your Ideas

Welcome to our Staff Resource Center.  This resource is for all teachers and staff across San Ramon Unified School District.  We welcome you to explore, learn, and offer your own ideas and contributions to us by emailing Kathy Moore or by calling 925-552-2939.  Please check our site often for workshops, internet tips to share with your students, good reads,  and solutions as well as questions.

Share Your Expertise

We are fortunate to have many talented staff members in our community. If you are willing to share your talent and expertise with your colleagues, you can click here to access theWorkshop Proposal” form.  Email your proposal to Carol Loflin.  You will receive service credit through our Human Resources Department for your time.

The "HIT" List (Hot Internet Tips)

Youngzine is a 'mini' Time for Kids but it's digital. Elementary age students can stay updated on what's happening on the internet and around the work.

Woopid is a ...more

Professional Development and California State Standards Calendar

Today: 4/22/18

Finding a Workshop...

You will find workshops and events listed on the calendar above. Move your cursor over the date you desire to discover what we are offering. To register for a workshop, click on the offering and follow the instructions.  Additional events are listed for your information only.

Home to School Guide

Here's a great eBook from Edutopia about 10 Tips for Assessing Project Based Learning. 

'Home to School'.  A great guide from Edutopia.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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