ND Indian Education Summit

Please join us for the 7th annual North Dakota Indian Education Summit for great information on a variety of topics affecting our Native American students, families, and schools.

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

2019 Fall Educators Conference

The 2019 Fall Educators Conference has something for everyone! It has been carefully designed to meet the needs of a multitude of educators and will host a variety of presenters, sessions, and activities.The purpose of this conference is to share and disseminate information about effective instructional practices, and provide updates on federal and state issues. The breakout sessions are designed to provide training for teachers, administrators, technology coordinators, counselors, special education staff, early childhood personnel, and specialty staff such as instructional coaches, Title I teachers, data coordinators, and RTI strategists and more.