CISC 2018 Continuous Improvement Sessions

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Improvement Science in Practice

 
Improvement Science in Practice is designed to help teams learn improvement methodologies through working on a specific problem facing their organization over the course of three months.

Offered twice, in two locations: Fall/San Diego, Spring/Tulare.
Fee: $1,800.00 per participant.

For more information and to register, click here.

Introduction to Differentiated Assistance and
the Continuous Improvement Model

 
Build understanding of the Differentiated Assistance process and the use of Improvement Science tools and resources in the facilitation of Differentiated Assistance with LEAs.

Offered once a year in three locations: Orange County, Tulare, and Shasta.
Fee: $1,200.00 per participant.

For more information and to register, click here.

Coaching Improvement

 
Improvement Science Coaching program will help build the county office’s improvement capacity by preparing experienced individuals to become improvement coaches who support school and district teams in using improvement science to tackle specific problems of practice in their local contexts. This program is also tailored to support Individuals that will regularly use improvement as part of their job.

Five 2.5 Day Sessions, and coaching, offered once a year.
Fee: $8,000.00 per participant.

For more information and to register, click here.

Differentiated Assistance Extender Series

 
This course applies improvement science principles as the framework of the County Office’s of Education Differentiated Assistance process. It is designed for individuals who have completed the Introduction to Differentiated Assistance session or attended the six-day Differentiated Assistance session in 2017-18, and who want to deepen their experience by doing improvement work in their context. The course will use improvement tools and processes to address challenges that emerged last year in Differentiated Assistance delivery, including workshopping specific responses to challenges.

Two, 2 Day workshops, with a 4-5 week action period in between.
Fee: $1,200 per participant

For more information and to register, click here.