Geoff Belleau, Education Program Consultant at the California Department of Education, addresses participants.
Left to right: Michelle Blanton, Sara Armstrong, Sam Floyd, Trish Kelly
Raul Ayala (center), Chemawa Middle School Principal, works out the activity with
Team Lovonya DeJean Middle School.
Left to right: Raul Ayala, Steve Dunlap, Coleman Kells, Lynn McCown, Steve Harwood
The marshmallow challenge brings out aspects of collaboration and team personality.
Teams solve the marshmallow challenge with differing approaches.
Sunne Wright McPeak, President and CEO of California Emerging Technology Fund welcomes the participants.
Back row: Debra McIntyre-Sciarrino, Elisabeth Lester, David Helm, Dylan Porter, Terence Swarns, Matthew Llamas, Agustin Urgiles,Rustum Jacob, Leo Gonzalez, Chris Norton, Sunne Wright McPeak, Freddy Ortiz
Middle row: Rowel Salvador, Sarah Escajeda, Grisel Vasquez, Susan Walters, Laura Mikasa, Javier Pena
Front row: Louis Tapa, Gene Wong, Christina Martinez, Gretell Castro, Jaime Ledesma, Francisco Canche, Julie Gerges, Alex Avila
Participants had time to work within teams and across team to reflect, to learn from others
and to plan next steps.
The Leadership Academy inspires focused work on program goals and actions.
Left to right: Robert Carter, Nancy Zerner, Delaine Easton, Dina Conti, Toni Barone
Left to right: Lynn McCown, Delaine Eastin, Scot Porter, Maddison Nolan
Dr. Carl Cohn, Executive Director of California Collaborative for Excellence in Education takes a moment to greet Sunne Wright McPeak, President and CEO of
California Emerging Technology Fund.
Left to right: Tambera Thompson, Sunne Wright McPeak, Dr. LaRoyce Murphy, Anabel Fregoso, Araceli Rodriguez, Ang Rush
Tim Goree shares lessons learned from more than two decades in the field.
Participants learn how to foster intra-district relationships between technicians and staff.
Left to right: Araceli Rodriguez, Ang Rush, Anabel Fregoso, Jaime Ledezma,
Dr. LaRoyce Murphy, Sunne Wright McPeak
Participants work across schools and districts to decide priorities and identify solutions.
Participants learn that the 10 Core Components are adaptable to varied school contexts.
Though implemented uniquely in every situation, each of the 10 Core Components is essential to create a unified, effective program.
West Oakland Middle School's Kennan Scott indicates his appreciation of the Academy topic.
Delaine Easton underscores the critical need for an emphasis on academic excellence.
Delaine Easton champions academic excellence supported by technology integration.
Rustum Jacob shares a point of view with all the participants.
Left to right: Nicole Rayherne, Delaine Easton, Micah Studer, Raquel Mendoza Ulloa, Kristie Oates
Left to right: Ang Rush, Araceli Rodriguez, Dr. LaRoyce Murphy, Anabel Fregoso, Tambera Thompson
Left to right: Raj Ali, Trustee Danny Tillman, Ezekiel Adeleke, Trustee Mike Gallo,Trustee Margaret Hill, Barbara Richardson, Ruth Farmer, William Prudhomme
Back row: Robert Carter, James Parrish, Claire Barros, Andrew Sparkes, Benjamin Turner Front row : Nancy Zerner, Toni Barone, Dina Conti, Delaine Easton, Christian Portillo, Luisa Santos
Left to right: Nicole Rayherme, Kristie Oates, Raquel Mendoza Ulloa
Dr. Ruben Puentedura, gives the first hand perspective on the SAMR Model he created.
Jason Rodriguez makes a point to Louis Tapia.
Left to right: Richard Ramirez, Delaine Eastin, Ashley Carlos, Raul Ayala
Left to right: Consuelo Frausto, Steve Dunlap, Renee Hill, Coleman Kells, Raul Ayala, Trustee Brent Lee, Maddison Nolan, Scot Porter, Ashley Carlos, Lynn McCown
Tiffani Neal and Mark Lobaco discuss their school programs.