Past Events

WestEd presents at regional and national conferences and offers professional learning opportunities throughout the year.

2017 CERA 96th Annual Conference

WestEd’s Robert Linquanti will deliver a keynote address.

Learning Forward 2017 Annual Conference

Attend WestEd’s sessions on instructional coaching and sustained effective professional learning. Visit us at booth #219.

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Western Regional Reengagement Plus! Convening

Visit our table to learn about WestEd's research, resources, and services.

2018 National Title I Conference

WestEd's Ruth Schoenbach, Terry Hofer, and Sharon Saez will make presentations.

Refueling Mid-Year: Self and Collective Care for School-Based Staff

Explore how school leaders can motivate and support school-based staff throughout the school year.

SREE Spring 2018 Conference

WestEd presenters and/or participants include Nikki Filby, John Rice, Sola Takahashi, Jonathan Dolle, Jason Snipes, Bryan Matlen, Kylie Flynn, Linlin Li, Cathy Ringstaff, Elizabeth Burr, Sylvie Hale, and Lenay Dunn.

New York State Council of School Superintendents 2018 Winter Institute and Lobby Day

Joe Sassone, Director of School and District Services at WestEd, will present a skill-building workshop on the Four Domains for Rapid School Improvement: A Systems Framework.

National Science Teachers Association National Conference 2018

WestEd's Cynthia Greenleaf will make a featured presentation on Reframing Reading as an Inquiry Practice of Science.

TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo

The convention offers professional learning opportunities to English language learner educators at all levels from around the world. Aída Walqui of WestEd's Teacher Professional Development Program is an invited speaker.

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Best Practices for Planning Curriculum for Young Children: Family Partnerships and Culture

Explore ways to integrate California Department of Education publications and initiatives into early childhood education/child development college coursework. This one-day seminar will focus on the Family Partnerships and Culture publication, the companion Faculty Initiative Project Instructional Guide, and provides opportunities for faculty to dialogue with colleagues.