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Social And
Emotional Learning

Evidence links social-emotional and mindful skills to reduced mental health issues, stronger interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships, and improved overall physical health. Tadaca’s SEL Program includes a Mindfulness Residency that will integrate elements of The impact of enhancing students' social and emotional learning: a meta-analysis of school-based universal interventions (Durlak, Weissberg, Dymnicki, Taylor, & Schellinger, 2011), Tom Conklin’s Social & emotional learning (2014) and Patricia C. Broderick’s Learning to Breathe : a Mindfulness Curriculum for Adolescents to Cultivate Emotio  Regulation, Attention, and Performance. Oakland, CA:New Harbinger Publications, 2021 in order to provide leadership development for principals, assistant principals, building level leadership teams, educators, and district level administrators in your learning community.

 

The planned outcomes of this program are:

1. The creation, implementation and evaluation of an adaptive multicomponent Social and Emotional Learning and Mindfulness Program that will engage principals, assistant principals, building level leadership teams, educators, district level administrators and other stakeholders in your learning community.

A. Social and Emotional Learning & Mindfulness Program will deliver a 3 unit, 20 lesson program for elementary and middle school and an adaptable 12 to 18 Session Program designed to
promote mindfulness practices as a way to regulate emotions and promote well-being at the high school level.





 

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2. The use of recommended The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)’s SEL Objectives for developing the following SEL skills: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills, and Responsible Decision-Making;

3. The establishment of a formal mindfulness practice across the district modeled after Patricia C. Broderick’s Learning to Breathe : a Mindfulness Curriculum for Adolescents to Cultivate Emotion Regulation, Attention, and Performance. Oakland, CA :New Harbinger Publications, 2021.

Tadaca will achieve the planned outcomes by working in collaboration with the leadership to determine the needs and then through the implementation of a series of guided collaborative workshops. The workshops are designed to examine theoretical frameworks:

A. Theoretical frameworks: Tom Conklin’s (2014) Social & emotional learning: essential lessons for student success: engaging lessons, strategies, and tips

A. Theoretical frameworks: Tom Conklin’s (2014) Social & emotional learning: essential lessons for student success: engaging lessons, strategies, and tips that help students develop  self - awareness and manage social challenges so they can focus on academics in the elementary and middle school levels and an examination for the adaptation of Patricia C. Broderick’s Learning to Breathe : a Mindfulness Curriculum for Adolescents to Cultivate Emotion Regulation, Attention and Performance. Oakland, CA :New Harbinger Publications, 2021 for implementation at the high school level.

B. Develop district mission/vision/values around the goal of SEL & Mindfulness,

C. Create/adapt an engaging program to meet the needs of individual schools, and engage in active practice.

.We will also adopt the SAFE Method (delivering program skills in a way that is sequenced, active, focused, and explicit) to ensure adequate program implementation and the active practice and integration of the skills within district and school settings



 

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Culturally Responsive
Education (CRE)

This course gives teachers the opportunity to analyze and apply components of Culturally Responsive Education (CRE) in order to promote Academic Rigor, Social and Political Consciousness, and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in their own practice. We will analyze Culturally Relevant Pedagogy texts & sources and will engage in community ethnography in order to develop genuine materials and approaches to build more connected classrooms and increase academic rigor relevant to student/community culture..

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy (CRP) is a philosophical outlook towards one's approach to teaching that informs the what, the how, and the why. CRP focuses on the academic and personal success of students as individuals and as a collective. It ensures students engage in academically rigorous curriculum and learning, feel affirmed in their identities and experiences, and develop the knowledge and skills to engage the world and others critically.

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GRADE

LEVEL

Educational Institutions:

All grades
and Stakeholders

AUDIENCE

All Students, Teachers and
Administrators/Parent Groups

COMPONENT

Online Training

"Schooling is the process by which
you institutionalize people to accept their place in a society... Education is the process through which you teach them to transform it."

Dr. Jeff
Duncan-Andrade

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Teaching English Language
Learners In The Mainstream
Classroom

This seminar is based on the best-selling Language, Scaffolding
Scaffolding Learning written by Pauline Gibbons. The program provides research-based strategies for teachers working with English Language/Multilingual Learners to ensure these student population become full members of the school community. scaffolding instructional process and introduces activities to promote higher level thinking and connections. The course covers the

GRADE

LEVEL

Educational Institutions All grades
and Stakeholders

AUDIENCE

All Students, Teachers and
Administrators/Parent Groups

COMPONENT

Online Training

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Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management

In partnership with Ed2Go, Tadaca offers Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management, leading to an industry recognized certification, the Entrepreneurship and Small Business (ESB) Certification (available in English and Spanish), provides participants with a set of skills to successfully launch a start-up business, content delves into the following objectives: Identify the characteristics, risks, benefits, opportunities, and drawbacks of being an entrepreneur; Assess the demand of an opportunity and its value proposition; Determine the appropriate legal structure, required licenses, and regulations for your
business; Investigate intellectual property law for entrepreneurs; Determine your operational costs and growth strategy for your business; Use financial statements to assess profitability and break-even analysis for your business; and the Design a business plan for the venture.

 

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Entrepreneurship Education

Our programs are designed to teach entrepreneurial skills to participants seeking to become entrepreneurs and also to those who seek to teach entrepreneurship.

 


Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management. In this course, participants will refine a startup idea as they prepare for the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Certification (ESB Certification). The course is 200 hours and can be completed in a span of 6
months

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The course has 12 Modules and can be offered in both English or Spanish

Module 1: The Entrepreneur
Module 2: Opportunity Recognition
Module 3: Starting Up
Module 4: Funding the Venture
Module 5: Ethics and Sustainability
Module 6: Human Capital
Module 7: Intellectual Property
Module 8: Operating Procedures
Module 9: Marketing
Module 10: Advertising
Module 11: Financial Statements
Module 12: Cash Flow Managementness plan for the venture.


 

Credential:

Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management. To earn the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Certification, students must take the ESB Examination which are administered via computer-based testing at CERTIPORT, a Pearson VUE test centers worldwide and online through the OnVue system. The ESB is 50 minutes in length; the English Examination consists of 45 Questions; the Spanish Examination consists of 45 Questions


 

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Career Education

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Logistics and Supply Chain
Management

In partnership with Ed2Go and the Association for Supply
Chain Management, Tadaca can offer the following career
programs. Each of the programs listed below leads to an
industry recognized certification given the participants
qualify the certification examination

Foundations of Supply Chain Management (ASMC)

Created by the Association of Supply Chain Management, allows students without prior experience, an understanding of the foundations of supply chain management and it qualifies them for entry level positions in the supply chain.



 

The Modules Includes:

Foundational Knowledge in Distributions and Logistics
Foundations in Manufacturing Management;
Foundations in Managing Operations,
Foundations in Managing Inventory;
Foundations of Operations Planning; and
Introduction to Supply Chain Principles.

Upon completion, individuals receive a downloadable & printable Letter of Completion from the ACSM, with no expiration date. They also receive badges and certificates from Tadaca Educational Solutions LLC demonstrating their knowledge to any third party (potential employer or certification program)
seeking to verify areas of knowledge.



 

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Workplace Credentials

IThe Foundations of Supply Chain Management Program created Upon completion, individuals receive a downloadable & printable Letter of Completion from the ACSM, with no expiration date

They also receive badges and certificates from Tadaca Educational Solutions LLC demonstrating their knowledge to any third party (potential employer or certification program) seeking to verify areas of knowledge. The badges are earned after completion of each of the Six (6) Categories: Foundational; Knowledge in Distributions and Logistics; Foundations in Manufacturing Management; Foundations in Managing Operations, Foundations in Managing Inventory; Foundations of Operations Planning; and Introduction to Supply Chain Principles. The ASCM Letter and Tadaca Certificate are earned after the successful completion of the entire program.



 

Certified Supply Chain Professional or the CSCP

Certification from APICS is an industry recognized
certification program that will teach participants best practices to elevate job performance and will train them to take advantage of common technologies. The knowledge gained through this program will help them drive improvement in organizations, maximize the efficiency of planning and operations & improve the bottom line.

For the Certified Supply Chain Professional or the CSCP Certification from APICS, the curriculum consists of o eight modules. The content includes:

Module 1: Supply Chains, Demand Management, & Forecasting
Module 2: Global Supply Chain Networks
Module 3: Sourcing Products and Services
Module 4: Internal Operations and Inventory
Module 5: Forward and Reverse Logistics
Module 6: Supply Chain Relationships
Module 7: Supply Chain Risk
Module 8: Optimization, Sustainability, and Technology




 

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The recommendations include 100 hours of study time divided into a 12-week course period. The Learning System (created by the APICS) is a comprehensive exam prep program, providing print and digital materials, interactive activities, and downloadable content, giving students the opportunity to successfully complete the program and pass certification examination

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Workplace Credentials:

To earn the Certified Supply Chain Professional or the CSCP Certification from APICS, participants must pass one exam covering eight modules of content. The exam consists of 150 questions, and you have 3.5 hours to finish. The exam score range is 200 to 350, with scores 300 and above are considered passing. Learn more about the exam. CSCP exams are administered via computer-based testing at Pearson VUE test centers worldwide and online through the OnVue system.






 

The APICS Certified in Planning & Inventory Management (CPIM)
Certification, provides a comprehensive body of knowledge, best practices and standards to allow candidates to better respond to supply disruptions, respond to demand variations and manage supply chain risk. CPIM serves the needs of both professionals and employers around the world by making you a more valuable asset to your organization and keeping you and your organization more competitive in today’s global economy.

The CPIM Learning System content is divided into 8 modules. The concepts and best practices in the learning system will help participants elevate job performance, drive improvement in the efficiency of planning and operations and make a positive impact on your organization’s overall bottom line.






 

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Logistics and Supply Chain
Management

In partnership with Ed2Go and the Association for Supply
Chain Management, Tadaca can offer the following career
programs. Each of the programs listed below leads to an
industry recognized certification given the participants
qualify the certification examination

Foundations of Supply Chain Management (ASMC)

Created by the Association of Supply Chain Management, allows students without prior experience, an understanding of the foundations of supply chain management and it qualifies them for entry level positions in the supply chain.



 

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The recommendations include 100 hours of study time divided into a 12-week course period. The Learning System (created by the APICS) is a comprehensive exam prep program, providing print and digital materials, interactive activities, and downloadable content, giving students the opportunity to successfully complete the program and pass certification examination.

Module 1: Supply Chains and Strategy
Module 2: Sales and Operations Planning
Module 3: Demand
Module 4: Supply
Module 5: Detailed Schedules
Module 6: Inventory
Module 7: Distribution
Module 8: Quality, Technology and Continuous Improvement







 

The APICS Certified
in Logistics, Transportation
and Distribution (CLTD)

An industry recognized certification, provides a comprehensive body of knowledge, best practices and standards for those in the logistics, transportation and distribution industries. The content is integrated with best practices in the day-to-day functions of logistics professionals that drive the improvement in distribution and transportation necessary to maximize an organization’s efficiency and impact the bottom-line.

The APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) Learning System content is divided into nine modules across two books. The content is integrated with best practices in the day-to-day functions of logistics professionals that drive the improvement in distribution and transportation necessary to maximize an organization’s efficiency and impact the bottom-line.

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Project Management

Essentials with CAPM® Prep

This course is designed for those who are new to project management and will provide you with a solid foundation of the most common terms and concepts you'll need and help you prepare for the Certified Associate In Project Management (CAPM®) certification exam. CAPM® and PMI® are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc.

Culturally Relevant Education

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