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  1. SEEC - PAC Meeting
    Whether you are a veteran principal or brand new to your position or school, the collaboration and networking that occurs during and after these meetings has provided support across our region. As one principal stated last spring, “Coming to these meetings is some of the BEST professional development I receive all year!” Come see what it is all about!

    Engage in Leadership for Learning activities
    Network with other SEEC Principals
    Provide feedback to SEEC Leadership and Staff regarding school needs
    Learn more about SEEC Professional Learning Opportunities, Programs and Services

  2. **Invite Only**Incredible Years - Teacher Classroom Management
    • The Teacher Classroom Management program is a prevention program to strengthen teacher classroom management strategies and promote children's prosocial behavior and school readiness (reading skills).
    • It is divided into 5, full day workshops, spread out with time in between each workshop so that teachers have time to practice the new skills they are learning. The program has been shown in control group studies to reduce classroom aggression and noncooperation, and promote peer interaction, school readiness, and enjoyment with school activities. It focuses on ways teachers can effectively collaborate with and support parents' school involvement, and promote home-to-school consistency. 
    There are three cohorts listed. It is most ideal to stay within your cohort.

    • 2 Credits Available through VCSU (optional) **Must attend all 5 days to get credit**



  3. NDMTSS: Developing Pathways for Academics - Year 1

    This training is intended for leadership teams, designed utilizing the NDMTSS Essential Components to solve problems at the school, classroom, and student level. Emphasis will be given to translating current educational research into practice to help schools maximize resources and outcomes for all students. Examples of data systems for universal screening and progress monitoring will be identified as well as specific interventions and curricula to address problems at a systems level. 

    Presenter, Wayne Callender, is an author and national RTI Consultant who has worked at the State, district and building levels improving educational outcomes.


    SESSION TIME:
    Breakfast & Sign-In: 8:00 AM
    Session Start: 8:30 AM

    Cost of Training: $3,000/team of 6, $120 for each additional member.
    A signed MOU is required for each school. Click here to download and complete the required MOU.

    Two continuing education credits are available through VCSU

    When registering, please select ONE option from Session 1, session 2, AND session 3

    It is strongly encouraged to register for the same location for each session (i.e. all Fargo or all Bismarck).

    A signed MOU is required for each school. If you receive an error message when attempting to register that reads "This session is restricted to a specific location," this means there is not a signed MOU on file for your school. In order to open registration for your school, please email Cheryl Hoggarth at cheryl.hoggarth@K12.nd.us to request an MOU for this training. Once MOU is complete, registration will be open and available for your school to register.

  4. NDMTSS: Evaluating Your System - Year 2
    This training, intended for school lead teams, will focus on innovation of the NDMTSS model with emphasis on:
    1. Data collection and disaggregation
    2. Data-driven decision making
    3. Problem solving for student, classroom, and system levels

    SESSION TIME:
    Breakfast & Sign-In: 8:00 AM
    Session Start: 8:30 AM

    Cost of Training: $3,000/team of 6, $120 for each additional member.
    A signed MOU is required for each school. Click here to download and complete the required MOU.

    Two continuing education credits are available through VCSU

    When registering, please select ONE option from Session 1, session 2, AND session 3

    It is strongly encouraged to register for the same location for each session (i.e. all Fargo or all Bismarck).

    A signed MOU is required for each school. If you receive an error message when attempting to register that reads "This session is restricted to a specific location," this means there is not a signed MOU on file for your school. In order to open registration for your school, please email Cheryl Hoggarth at cheryl.hoggarth@K12.nd.us to request an MOU for this training. Once MOU is complete, registration will be open and available for your school to register.

  5. Afterschool Coaching Book Study

    The Afterschool Coaching Book Study is comprised 6, 1-hour online sessions geared toward out-of-school time settings. This training will support supervisors in learning about the coaching process and carrying out the coaching model with a staff in their program.

    Sessions include a weekly reading assignment with discussions to build collective knowledge of participants around a coaching topic.

    A headset with microphone & webcam is required to participate online & the program is open to out-of-school time programs across ND.

    Fee includes the full coaching program & materials. 

    If you attend ALL session, Growing Futures credit is available.

    When registering, please select all six sessions. The book study meetings are required to fulfill the hours of the credit opportunity. 


  6. NDMTSS - Building Your System

    This training, intended for school or district lead teams, will assist schools in determining their desired state of providing high-quality instruction and interventions matched to student need while monitoring progress frequently to make decisions about changes in instruction and/or goals. The training will empower teams to build an action plan to determine the resources and supports necessary to ensure every student is provided the opportunity to succeed.


    SESSION TIME:
    Breakfast & Sign-In: 8:00 AM
    Session Start: 8:30 AM

    Cost of Training: $3,000/team of 5 or 6, $120 for each additional member.
    A signed MOU is required for each school. Click here to download and complete the required MOU.

    One continuing education credit is available through VCSU

    A signed MOU is required for each school. If you receive an error message when attempting to register that reads "This session is restricted to a specific location," this means there is not a signed MOU on file for your school. In order to open registration for your school, please email Cheryl Hoggarth at cheryl.hoggarth@K12.nd.us to request an MOU for this training. Once MOU is complete, registration will be open and available for your school to register.

  7. SEEC - Beginning Teacher Network

    This is a professional development program offering new educators an opportunity for support and collaboration in order to enhance classroom practices.

    Please click here for more information about Beginning Teacher Network

    Important Session/Credit Information: Up to 2 Credits will be available through VCSU. 

    To be eligible for 2 credits: *to amount to 30 credit hours* You must specifically attend the 2-day (Aug. 12-13th) opportunity from session 1, as well as your choice of date/location opportunity from all additional sessions. (Session 2, 3, & 4)

    To be eligible for 1 credit: *to amount to 15 credit hours* You must attend your choice of date/location opportunity from session 1, 3, AND 4. *(Note: Session 2 is not required for 1 credit eligibility but you're still welcome to register and attend).


  8. NDMTSS - PBIS Tier 1 Developing Schoolwide Behavior Expectations - Secondary Focus
    Secondary schools will plan for the identification and teaching of school-wide expectations of behavior.  Further, they will develop plans for active supervision, problem behavior, classroom management, data collection, and data systems.  Upon completion, schools will have identified gaps in current practice and have an Action Plan for steps to improve practice in their building.

    SESSION TIME:
    Breakfast & Sign-In: 8:00 AM
    Session Start: 8:30 AM

    Cost of Training: $3,000/team of 6, $120 for each additional member.
    A signed MOU is required for each school. Click here to download and complete the required MOU.

    One continuing education credit is available through VCSU

    A signed MOU is required for each school. If you receive an error message when attempting to register that reads "This session is restricted to a specific location," this means there is not a signed MOU on file for your school. In order to open registration for your school, please email Cheryl Hoggarth at cheryl.hoggarth@K12.nd.us to request an MOU for this training. Once MOU is complete, registration will be open and available for your school to register.

  9. Formative Instructional Practices: Leadership Development Session

    The foundations of formative instructional practices include four of the key components of assessment for learning; creating and using clear learning targets, collecting and documenting evidence of student learning, using evidence and feedback to increase learning, and fostering student ownership of learning.

    As a FIP leader you will carry the vision and build the culture at your school. You must be prepared to learn, practice, and commit to this very important work.

    TWO WEEKS prior to attending this session, you'll receive an email containing a login to Battelle for Kids giving you access to a REQUIRED, PREREQUISITE 2-hour online course (FIP006-Battelle Leadership) that is to be completed prior to attending on Sept. 19-20. The FIP006 course will give all participants key language and expectations of leading FIP therefore setting the stage for a great two days.

    Cost: $400 (A second participant from a school is $150 unless additional licenses are desired. Please email lacosta.potter@k12.nd.us to receive a discount code to be used when registering.)

    Cost includes:

    • 25 licenses to the Battelle for Kids online resource
    • (1) credit Moodle course for your use in house
    • Just in Time coaching for the FIP leader throughout the school year

    Learning Targets:

    • Plan for the change process and promote a systemic approach to FIP as part of a balanced assessment system.
    • Understand formative learning systems and a leader’s role
    • Understand conditions, processes and structures needed to support implementation
    • Leverage teams and online learning resources
    • Lead & sustain quality FIP implementation in your school/district
    • Model & Support the practices you expect to permeate

    • One continuing education credit is available through Valley City State University

  10. Creating a Highly Engaged Classroom

    This is 1 workshop with 4 available locations. Please select ONE of the sessions listed below when registering. 

    • Session 1: Sept. 3, 2019- Williston
    • Session 2: Sept. 4, 2019- Bismarck
    • Session 3: Sept. 5, 2019- Fargo
    • Session 4: Sept. 6, 2019- Devils Lake

    The CREA is managing these registrations and YOU MUST register via their escWorks site. Click Here to Register

     Creating a Highly Engaged Classroom Workshop Description: In this highly interactive workshop, participants will to learn how to raise students’ energy levels, demonstrate a positive demeanor, express enthusiasm, and use humor to create a highly engaged classroom culture in which all students are accepted and challenged. Participants


  11. SEEC - Engaging Students for High-Quality Learning

    One of our most important roles as educators is to create an environment where ALL students can learn and be successful. Engaging Students for High-Quality Learning provides an opportunity to utilize the practice of microteaching and public practice as a vehicle to enhance teaching and learning by exploring the implementation of student engagement strategies to create a classroom culture of “Everyone Does Everything!”

    When registering, please select ONE opportunity from Session 1, Session 2, and Session 3.

    Part 1: Intro and Making Learning Visible with Kevin Feldman

    • Sept 9th - Jamestown
    • Sept 10th - Fargo

    Part 2: Strategies for Making Learning Visible

    • Nov 20th - Richland
    • Nov 25th - Jamestown
    • Nov 26th - West Fargo

    Part 3: Online eWalks

    • TBD - 2hrs online

    One continuing education credit is available through Valley City State University.

  12. SEEC - Engaging Students in Academic Vocabulary

    [Prerequisite: Engaging Students for High-Quality Learning]
    Engaging Students in Academic Vocabulary provides educators practical strategies for assisting students with connecting and using prioritized academic vocabulary. Microteaching and public practice are used as a vehicle to enhance teaching and learning by exploring implementation of strategies related to explicit instruction of academic vocabulary in a classroom culture of “Everyone Does Everything!”

    When registering please select ONE opportunity from Session 1, Session 2, and Session 3.

    Part 1: Reflection & Review and Academic Vocabulary with Kevin Feldman

    • Sept 9th - Jamestown
    • Sept 10th - Fargo

    Part 2: Strategies for Explicit Vocabulary Instruction

    • Nov 5th - Oakes
    • Nov 6th - Jamestown
    • Nov 7th - TBD

    Part 3: Online eWalks

    • TBD - 2hrs online

    One continuing education credit is available through Valley City State University.

  13. SEEC - Administrators
    Administrators from SEEC member districts come together approximately five times a year to receive updates on the organization and its programs and services. These meetings also provide valued discussions about the direction of the organization and other education topics, issues, concerns both statewide and nationally.

  14. SEEC - Train-the-Trainer SEEDS of Relationship-based Infant-Toddler Caregiving (Baby SEEDS)
    SEEDS of Learning is a set of Early Childhood Professional Development frameworks. SEEDS of Infant/Toddler Learning uses a Train-the-Trainer model and coaching support that caregivers need to create supportive, caring, and productive interactions with children.

    This framework shows caregivers how to:
    Increase outcomes for children using evidence-based best practices
    Increase teacher efficacy through a research-based skill development cycle
    Strengthen community and learning through quality interactions

    This framework is designed for caregivers and leaders of infants and toddler programs.

    Potential SEEDS of Learning participants often have experience in education, psychology, special education, and/or early childhood education.

Working to ENHANCE STUDENT LEARNING...by building RELATIONSHIPS that make all members STRONGER
1305 9th Avenue South — Fargo, ND 58103 | Phone 701-446-3170 | registrar@ndseec.com