About CRLP at UCSD Open Programs
Different than our Signature Programs, the CRLP at UC San Diego offers a variety of learning opportunities throughout the year that are open to all.
Open Programs are available to all educators, regardless of location, school site, or district. They are one-day or half-day workshops, such as our sessions dedicated to unpacking the California Spanish Language Development standards or the California Dyslexia Guidelines, that are offered one-to-two times a year. These “one-off” opportunities are an excellent way to become acquainted with the Reading and Literature Project’s teacher-led approach to professional learning. Open Programs are also more accessible to educators due to their reduced cost and time commitment.
Programming Update - December 9, 2022
We are now back in full swing of offering in-person training/professional development workshops for all of our signature & specialty programs, however we now incorporate a virtual/hybrid option via online learning platforms for current and potential partners interested in one of our Signature Programs.
CRLP Open Program Highlights
- Professional development programs geared at teachers in San Diego county
- Open to anyone from any SD region school
- More affordable than signature programs
- Most programs are "one-off" programs - happen one time, or might repeat annually
Upcoming Open Programs
Take a look at our Open Programs listing to see what’s up-and-coming in the San Diego Region. You can access registration for the majority of our Open Programs through the Eventbrite platform.
Monthly meetings: Sept. 14, 2022 - Apr. 26, 2023
Deepen your knowledge of California’s newest guidance documents on supporting MLs, ELs, and educators.
February 17, 2023 and February 18, 2023
Unpack and implement Part II of the California ELD Standards
April 4, 2023
Join the California Reading & Literature Project (CRLP) San Diego region for a study session to learn about the California Dyslexia Guidelines. The goal of this workshop is to inform administrators, special education teachers, and general education teachers about what these new guidelines entail, how they will be used to identify students with dyslexia, and how to plan for appropriate instructional supports to assist these students.
July 11, 2023 & July 12, 2023
Learn routines for guiding teachers in creatively applying strategies and scaffolds for comprehension of challenging texts.