Career Workshop: Demonstration Lessons

We are coming to the end of our workshop series for the month of February and the perfect transition to the Job Fair in March (TBA)!


In our third and final workshop, we want to prepare you for a segment of the interview process where you get to show your teaching skills. Do you know what a Demonstration Lesson is? Do all schools conduct Demonstration Lessons as part of a teacher interview? Can you perform/teach under pressure with a mock classroom and audience?

On Monday, February 27, 2017, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., we will be sponsoring the third and final career event workshop, “Demonstration Lessons.” The purpose of this event is to share best Demonstration (Demo) Lesson practices and to give you a 10-12 minutes session with one of our participating school administrators (Alliance College Public Schools (6-12), Bright Star Schools (TK-12), Greed Dot Public Schools (6-12), ICEF Public Schools (TK-12), Ingenium Schools (TK-*), LAUSD (TK-12), PUC Schools. Be prepared to receive feedback.

The Demonstration Lesson Workshop will be held at the USC/AT&T Building at 1150 South Olive Street, Suite 2100, Los Angeles, CA, 90015. Spaces are VERY LIMITED if you are interested in attending. If you have already RSVP’ed we will send out a reminder about your time slot. Also, for those who have already RSVP’ed, PLEASE let us know in advance (from 24 hours to 3-5 hours in advance) if you need to cancel or reschedule!!!

See the RSVP and the suggested tips in the links below:


**Please review this helpful link before you attend the Demonstration Lesson Workshop** Insider Tips on Teacher Demonstration Lessons

Plan on attending!!! FIGHT ON!!


For further questions, contact Debra Solorzano-Madrid, Placement Coordinator, Or Erlis R. Murph, Academic Advisor,


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