CLASS® Observer Certification Training

CLASS Observation Training: Participants will build an in-depth understanding of the CLASS system & learn to accurately observe & code classrooms using CLASS observation tool. Those who pass the reliability testing are certified to use the CLASS measure in classroom observations.

Target Audience: Observers, coaches, administrators, & individuals interested in becoming CLASS Affiliate Trainers. Within the first 2 months following training participants will complete an online certification

***There is no fee to attend – First come first serve basis***
Infant/Toddler CLASS® Observer Certification Training
December 17-19, 2019 – Fargo
8:00am – 4:00pm
PreK CLASS® Observer Certification Training
December 17-18, 2019 – Fargo
8:00am – 4:00pm
Training location – SEEC Office – 1305 9th Ave S

CLASS® Observer Certification Training

CLASS Observation Training: Participants will build an in-depth understanding of the CLASS system & learn to accurately observe & code classrooms using CLASS observation tool. Those who pass the reliability testing are certified to use the CLASS measure in classroom observations.

Target Audience: Observers, coaches, administrators, & individuals interested in becoming CLASS Affiliate Trainers. Within the first 2 months following training participants will complete an online certification.

***There is no fee to attend – First come first serve basis***

Infant/Toddler CLASS® Observer Certification Training
December 10-12, 2019 – Mandan
8:00am – 4:00pmPreK CLASS® Observer Certification Training

December 10-11, 2019 – Mandan
8:00am – 4:00pm
Location of training – West River Head Start – 1004 7th St SW

Threat Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Training for K-12 Schools

Take a caring and proactive approach to students who are expressing alarming and concerning behaviors. Learn the importance of developing a sound foundation for Behavioral Intervention Teams (BITs) including creating a multidisciplinary team made up of your organization’s key players. Apply best practices as they relate to addressing threats, identifying pre-attack indicators, and stopping the pathway to violence.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the pathway to violence
  • Select threat assessment team members
  • Understand pre-attack indicators
  • Identify available threat management resources
  • Document and improve report writing
  • Apply records management best practices

SPL: Using Proficiency Scales in the Classroom

Featuring: Jan Hoegh, Marzano Research

TO REGISTER: Please, follow the link below to register via SEEC’s escWorks site as the grant’s fiscal agent.

https://www.escweb.net/nd_mrec/catalog/conference.aspx?conference_id=39484

SESSION INFORMATION:

A proficiency scale is a valuable tool intended for various uses in the classroom. This workshop overviews three primary uses of proficiency scales:
1. To plan instruction
2. As a framework for high-quality classroom assessment
3. To offer meaningful feedback about learning to students and parents.
Participants gain an enhanced understanding of the power of using scales.

Please note: This is a workshop with 3 available location choices.

Option 1: June 4, 2019 @ Bismarck
Option 2: July 15, 2019 @ Jamestown
Option 3: August 2, 2019 @ Fargo

SPL: Using Proficiency Scales in the Classroom

Featuring: Jan Hoegh, Marzano Research

TO REGISTER: Please, follow the link below to register via SEEC’s escWorks site as the grant’s fiscal agent.

https://www.escweb.net/nd_mrec/catalog/conference.aspx?conference_id=39484

SESSION INFORMATION:

A proficiency scale is a valuable tool intended for various uses in the classroom. This workshop overviews three primary uses of proficiency scales:
1. To plan instruction
2. As a framework for high-quality classroom assessment
3. To offer meaningful feedback about learning to students and parents.
Participants gain an enhanced understanding of the power of using scales.

Please note: This is a workshop with 3 available location choices.

Option 1: June 4, 2019 @ Bismarck
Option 2: July 15, 2019 @ Jamestown
Option 3: August 2, 2019 @ Fargo

SPL: Using Proficiency Scales in the Classroom

Featuring: Jan Hoegh, Marzano Research

TO REGISTER: Please, follow the link below to register via SEEC’s escWorks site as the grant’s fiscal agent.

https://www.escweb.net/nd_mrec/catalog/conference.aspx?conference_id=39484

SESSION INFORMATION:

A proficiency scale is a valuable tool intended for various uses in the classroom. This workshop overviews three primary uses of proficiency scales:
1. To plan instruction
2. As a framework for high-quality classroom assessment
3. To offer meaningful feedback about learning to students and parents.
Participants gain an enhanced understanding of the power of using scales.

Please note: This is a workshop with 3 available location choices.

Option 1: June 4, 2019 @ Bismarck
Option 2: July 15, 2019 @ Jamestown
Option 3: August 2, 2019 @ Fargo