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NAVIGATING NARRATIVES: CREA WINTER CONFERENCE: Central Campus - Minot Public Elementary Staff

CREA WINTER CONFERENCE - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2020

Target Attendees:  Minot Public Elementary Staff

Registration Open:  Tuesday, January 28th at 3:30 pm cst to Friday, January 31st at 5:00 pm cst.

Graduate Credit Available

For registration questions or issues, send an email to admin@ndmdec.com


Session 1 (Required)
(Monday, February 17, 2020 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM)
Session ID: 40314
Featured Session or Breakout Session (see schedule for details)
Seats Filled: 245 / 525
Location:Minot Public School District, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, Central Campus High School



Important Breakout Information:

Featured Session: ND Independent Youth Leadership Board

Breakout Session:

  • Brain Architecture Game
  • Drug Trends
  • Elementary Second Step: A Strive to Thrive Journey

Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40316
A Deep Dive into CHAMPS for Elementary Classrooms (Part 1)
Seats Filled: 15 / 15
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, cc 300



Important Breakout Information:
Location:  Central Campus Room 300

Note Time Block: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Session Description:

This session is intended to take participants into a deeper dive of school-wide CHAMPS.  Intensifying practices, utilizing CHAMPS rating scales, and building a culture of Tier 1 CHAMPS culture will be the focus.  Participants will learn how to engrain CHAMPS into the PLC focus, onboard new staff to the Tier 1 culture and monitor accountability throughout the school year.  


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40317
Deep Dive: Building Better Behaviors in Elementary Classrooms (Part 1)
Seats Filled: 26 / 18
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, CC Library



Important Breakout Information:

Location: Central Campus -AV Library

Note Time Block: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Session Description:

Improving student behavior requires a deep understanding of behavior, its function, and its influences.  This session is designed to explore practical evidence-based, educator-centric strategies that pair with specific functions and behavior influence principles.


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40318
Suggested School Leader Track: Lessons Learned in School-Based Mental/Behavioral Health Supports Implementation
Seats Filled: 49 / 100
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, CC Cafeteria



Important Breakout Information:

Location:  Central Campus Cafeteria 

Note Time Block: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Session Description:

One districts journey into developing an Interconnected Systems Framework.  Bismarck Public Schools is working to expand its continuum of supports to include agreements with community partners to provide additional evidence based interventions in the areas of mental/behavioral health.  Early in the development process, we will be sharing our experiences and lessons learned along the way.  


Registration for this session has ended
Session 2 (Required)
(Monday, February 17, 2020 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM)
Session ID: 40319
Featured Session or Breakout Session (see schedule for details)
Seats Filled: 242 / 525
Location:Minot Public School District, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, Central Campus High School



Important Breakout Information:

Featured Session:  Yoga Relaxation for Educators  *Bring Your Own Mat

Breakout Sessions:

  • In the Eyes of OT: Restoring Your Self-care and Self Worth to work better
  • Brain Architecture Game
  • Mandated Reporting 101
  • Human Trafficking Awareness in an Education Setting
  • Together We Get Better Behaviors
  • OER: Open Education Resources

Schedule:  9:45 am to 11:00 am


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40326
A Deep Dive Into CHAMPS for Elementary Classrooms (Part 2)
Seats Filled: 15 / 15
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, cc 300



Important Breakout Information:

A Deep Dive Into CHAMPS for Elementary Classrooms (Part 2)

Note Time Block: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Session Description:  

This session is intended to take participants into a deeper dive of school-wide CHAMPS.  Intensifying practices, utilizing CHAMPS rating scales, and building a culture of Tier 1 CHAMPS culture will be the focus.  Participants will learn how to engrain CHAMPS into the PLC focus, onboard new staff to the Tier 1 culture and monitor accountability throughout the school year.  


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40327
Deep Dive: Building Better Behaviors in Elementary Classroom (Part 2)
Seats Filled: 26 / 18
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, AV Library-3rd floor



Important Breakout Information:

Building Better Behaviors in Elementary Classrooms (Part 2)

Location: Central Campus -AV Library 

Note Time Block: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Session Description:

Improving student behavior requires a deep understanding of behavior, its function, and its influences.  This session is designed to explore practical evidence-based, educator-centric strategies that pair with specific functions and behavior influence principles. 


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40328
Suggested School Leader Track: Lessons Learned in School-Based Mental/Behavioral Health Supports Implementation (Part 2)
Seats Filled: 52 / 100
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, CC Cafeteria



Important Breakout Information:

Suggested school Leader Track: Lessons Learned in School-Based Mental/Behavioral Health Supports Implementation (Part 2)

Presenters: Tracy Famias & Mike Yantes

Location: Central Campus Cafeteria

Note Time Block: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Session Description:

One districts journey into developing an Interconnected Systems Framework.  Bismarck Public Schools is working to expand its continuum of supports to include agreements with community partners to provide additional evidence based interventions in the areas of mental/behavioral health.  Early in the development process, we will be sharing our experiences and lessons learned along the way.


Registration for this session has ended
Session 3 (Required)
Session ID: 40330
Keynote: 'Trauma is a Word, Not a Sentence'
Date/Time: Monday, February 17, 2020 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Seats Filled: 315 / 525
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, CC Auditorium



Important Breakout Information:

Keynote Speaker: Pete Hall

Session Description:

Childhood trauma is real, and it is more prevalent than we might believe.  In this engaging, relevant, and practical session, learn from former principal Pete Hall (co-author of the best-selling and award-winning Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for creating a trauma-sensitive classroom ASCD, 2016) about the importance of implementing trauma-invested practices in the school setting. Incorporating research, building a common vocabulary, and exploring the impact of stress on brain development begins our exploration. Together, we will investigate the power of relationship as we collaboratively build a Culture of Safety (affectionately known as a "nest") for our students, families, staffs, and communities. This session will help you reframe your work, strengthen your toolkit, and ignite your passion to foster resilient learners.


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40391
Deep Dive: Poverty Simulation (Part 1) @ Magic City Campus
Date/Time: Monday, February 17, 2020 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Seats Filled: 9 / 35
Location:Minot Public School District, Magic City Campus High School, 1100 11th Ave SW, Minot, 58701, MCC Commons



Important Breakout Information:

Poverty Simulation at Magic City Campus (Part 1)

Presenter: Anne Williamson and Liz Tofteland

Note Location and Schedule: Magic City Campus - Commons Area (12:30 pm to 3:30 pm)

Session Description:

Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families.  Unless you have experienced poverty firsthand, it can be difficult to truly understand.  The Poverty Simulation is an interactive immersion experience designed to bridge the gap from misconception to understanding, sensitizing participants to the realities of living in poverty.  In this simulation, participants are assigned to a "family" where they will experience what it is like to live from week to week in a low-income scenario.  The objective of the simulation is to promote awareness, increase understanding and inspire local change. 


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40392
Deep Dive: MSU Cooperating Teacher Session at MCC (Part 1)
Date/Time: Monday, February 17, 2020 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Seats Filled: 10 / 10
Location:Minot Public School District, Magic City Campus High School, 1100 11th Ave SW, Minot, 58701, MCC 208



Important Breakout Information:

MSU Cooperating Teacher Session at Magic City Campus (Part 1)

Presenter: Kathy Hintz

Note Location & Schedule: Magic City Campus -Room 208  (12:30 pm to 3:30pm)

Session Description:

In this workshop, we will discuss strategies for mentoring student teachers and requirements for cooperating teachers.  All cooperating teachers must have this workshop in order to mentor a student teacher from any university in North Dakota.

 


Registration for this session has ended
Session 4 (Required)
(Monday, February 17, 2020 2:15 PM - 3:30 PM)
Session ID: 40333
Featured Session or Breakout Session (see schedule for details)
Seats Filled: 276 / 525
Location:Minot Public School District, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, Central Campus High School



Important Breakout Information:

Featured Session: "Mindfulness in Education:  Building Essential Skills to Support Social Emotional Learning"

Breakout Sessions: 

  • Behavioral Health Digital Resources: You're Not Alone
  • Establishing a Circle Practice in Your Classroom
  • Love and Logic: 9 Essential Learnings for All Kids

Schedule: 2:15 pm - 3:30 pm


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40335
Suggested School Leader Track @ Central Campus: Clarifying our Vision for Trauma-Invested Practice
Seats Filled: 40 / 200
Location:Minot Public School District, Central Campus High School, 215 1st St SE, Minot, 58701, CC Cafeteria



Important Breakout Information:

Suggested School Leader Track @ Central Campus - Clarifying our Vision for Trauma-Invested Practice

Presenter: Pete Hall

Location & Schedule: Central Campus -Cafeteria (2:15 pm to 3:30 pm)

Session Description:

As leaders, we're called to manage the implementation of strategies, initiatives, and other efforts to improve educational outcomes for kids.  In this section, continue the journey with today's keynote presenter, Pete Hall, as he shares a protocol for building and/or refining the vision of trauma-invested practice within your school.  Clarify your understanding, gather consensus, and gain momentum by incorporating approaches that show the connection between your current efforts and trauma-invested practice.  It's not "another thing added to the plate," it's the actual plate itself!


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40337
Deep Dive: MSU Cooperating Teacher Session @ Magic City Campus (Part 2)
Seats Filled: 10 / 10
Location:Minot Public School District, Magic City Campus High School, 1100 11th Ave SW, Minot, 58701, MCC Room 208



Important Breakout Information:

MSU Cooperating Teacher Session @ Magic City Campus

Presenter: Kathy Hintz

Note Location & Schedule: Magic City Campus - Rm 208 (12:30 pm to 3:30 pm)

Session Description:

In this workshop, we will discuss strategies for mentoring student teachers and requirements for cooperating teachers.  All cooperating teachers must have this workshop in order to mentor a student teacher from any university in North Dakota.


Registration for this session has ended
Session ID: 40393
Deep Dive: Poverty Simulation @ Magic City Campus (Part 2)
Seats Filled: 8 / 35
Location:Minot Public School District, Magic City Campus High School, 1100 11th Ave SW, Minot, 58701, MCC Commons



Important Breakout Information:

Poverty Simulation @ Magic City Campus (Part 2)

Presenters: Anne Williamson and Liz Tofteland

Note Location & Schedule: Magic City Campus-Commons (12:30 pm - 3:30 pm)

Session Description:

Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families.  Unless you have experienced poverty firsthand, it can be difficult to truly understand.  The Poverty Simulation is an interactive immersion experience designed to bridge the gap from misconception to understanding, sensitizing participants to the realities of living in poverty.  In this simulation, participants are assigned to a "family" where they will experience what it is like to live from week to week in a low-income scenario.  The objective of the simulation is to promote awareness, increase understanding and inspire local change.


Registration for this session has ended


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