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CAWS Fall Forum - 2019


CAWS Office: 20530 Via Talavera, Yorba Linda, CA 92887
TEL: (909) 896-9557, cawsedir@gmail.com


2019 Fall Forum for CAWS Schools

Monday, October 28, 2019

Teaching Balance in the Digital Age

Matt Davis, IB/GATE Coord, TOK/IB English Lit HL Teacher


311 Island Ave., San Diego, CA 92101
Tel: (619)544-1886, E-mail: www.hortongrand.com





7:00am – 8:30am


8:30am – 9:30am

Introduction of CAWS Board

  • CAWS Business Meeting - Mike Winsatt, CAWS President
  • Treasurer Report - Jessica Downing, CAWS Treasurer
  • Scholarship Update - Jessica Downing, CAWS Treasurer
  • Legislative Report - Robin Oliver, CAWS Executive Director
  • University Update - Dot Battenfeld, CAWS University Liaison
  • California Service Project -We Help Two - Trevor Bergman

9:30am – 10:15am

Keynote -Teaching Balance in the Digital Age

Matt Davis, IB/GATE Coordinator, TOK/IB English Lit Teacher


10:15am –10:30am


10:30am –11:15am

Featured Speaker –Using Play-Based Curriculum to Support Learning in IB - Erin Knight, PYP Coordinator, IBEN


11:20am –12:20pm

Programme Breakout Session #1(Facilitated Discussions)

  • PYP - From Principles Into Practice: Diving Into the Enhanced PYP Curriculum Framework, Part 1 - Erin Knight
  • MYP - MYP and the BQC! Building Quality Curriculum - Jennifer Sims and Karla Martinez
DP - Balance Tech with DP Curriculum - Matt Davis

12:25pm – 1:25pm


1:25pm – 2:25pm

Programme Breakout Session #2 (Facilitated Discussions)

  • PYP - From Principles Into Practice: Diving Into the Enhanced PYP Curriculum Framework, Part 2 - Erin Knight
  • MYP - Creative Solutions for Student Service & Action Through the MYP Commuity Project - Karla Martinez & Jennifer Sims
  • DP - Addressing Curriculum Changes for DP English/Math for Coordinators and Teachers- Mike Winsatt and Jared Phelps
  • Superintendent & Admin - Dr. James Hammond

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Closing Session – Matt Davis, Erin Knight, Jennifer Sims, Karla Martinez, Jared Phelps and Tom Krucli

3:00pm – 4:00pm

(optional session)

What is an IB education? – Phil Evans, Development Specialist, IB (for interested schools or adding new programmes)

  • A brief articulation of the value of IB – the latest programme research
  • What should your stakeholders know?
  • Q and A – programme specifics, application for candidacy, authorization process

CAWS FALL FORUM 2019                                                        INVOICE # 100217

Conference Registration                                                        CAWS Tax ID #94-3381716

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Please complete The On-Line Registration Form for this conference by going to the CAWS website at: www.cawsib.org and click on Upcoming Events, then, 2019 FALL FORUM, then Register. (View the CAWS yearly Calendar for all events)


$250 per person includes Monday breakfast, refreshments, and lunch plus conference materials. Advance payment is required. If payment is not received prior to the conference, please be prepared to present a Visa or Mastercard credit card or personal check. 


Authorized schools that have paid their 2018-2019 CAWS dues pay $200 per person.


Registrations will be confirmed only upon receipt of a Check or Purchase Order. Mail Payment made out to CAWS to 20530 Via Talavera, Yorba Linda, CA 92887 Be sure to write the name of your school or organization on the payment

No refunds after October 20, 2018. Registrations close Oct. 20, 2019.


Please make hotel reservations via the booking link: https://reservations.travelclick.com/73591?groupID=2632863 or by calling Tel: (619 544-1886), or 1 (800)542-1886 and refer to the room block as “CA Assn of IB World Schools”.  Rooms may be reserved for October 25 - October 27, at $119 per night, Traditional Fireplace Room (single) plus tax. Effective July 2018 Tax Exempt forms are no longer accepted. Call by October 4th. Taxi service approximately $25 and the downtown shuttle $12 provide transportation to and from the San Diego airport. The hotel has overnight valet parking for $48 per night, and day only parking is available. Parking structures close to the hotel are available. The Horton is approximately 3 miles from the San Diego airport.

SAVE THE DATE - March 2, 2020


CAWS Spring Seminar

Student Access in California IB Schools


Sheraton Grand Sacramento

Sacramento, Californ