CULTURE

CULTURE

THAT EMPOWERS

INSTRUCTION

INSTRUCTION

THAT ENGAGES

TECHNOLOGY

TECHNOLOGY

THAT ENABLES

Literacy

Idaho Falls School District 91 will focus its professional development in the areas of:

  • Idaho Core Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy
  • Best practice literacy instructional strategies including building background knowledge.
  • Common practices and language that will help standardize the writing process, reading strategies and common note-taking strategies district wide.
  • Strategies for reducing disparities in language arts achievement.
  • Assessment literacy, especially in developing valid and reliable common formative assessments.

Numeracy

Idaho Falls School District 91 will focus its professional development in the areas of:

  • Idaho Core Standards for Mathematics Content and Practice
  • Best practice math instructional strategies
  • Common practices to help standardize district wide mathematics processes such as math instruction that moves from concrete to pictorial to abstract and problem-solving steps that include model drawing.
  • Strategies for reducing disparities in mathematics achievement
  • Developing valid and reliable common formative assessments
  • Training on effectively developing formative assessment lessons in 6th grade through Algebra II

College & Career Readiness

Idaho Falls School District 91 will focus its professional development in the areas of:

  • Increase capacity to implement the Learner Attributes Rubrics district wide by providing training for teachers and administrators.
  • Provide district and building level administrators with the tools needed to consistently model the rubrics at all levels across the district.

 Committed to supporting our teachers by providing them with the opportunity, 
time and resources to become exceptional teachers.

D91 University

Courses in this category are being offered as part of the D91 University catalog.

Fall and Winter Institute

Courses in this category will take place during October and January Inservice days.

Literacy

Courses in this category are designed to support a comprehensive districtwide literacy program in English language arts & across the content areas.

Numeracy

Courses in this category are designed to support teachers in providing instruction in student understanding of mathematical concepts.

Title I

Courses in this category are designed to support teachers and para-professionals in developing effective instructional practices in literacy and math.

ELL

Courses in this category are designed to support teachers and para professionals in providing effective instructional practices that support language learners.

Special Education

Courses in this category are designed for delivering effective instructional practices that support Special Education students. Professional Development will also be provided for teachers and paraprofessionals in IDEA/Medicaid compliance, behavior training, CPR/First Aide, etc.

New Teacher Support

Courses in this category are designed to support teachers new to District 91 in implementing district curriculum and programs.

Content Specific

Courses in this category are designed to support teachers in providing effective instructional practices in the content areas (e.g., Arts, Social Sciences, Sciences, Liberal Arts, Technical, etc.).

Newly Posted PD's

Engaging Elementary

        • Have fun and get activities you can use with students right away! Experience hands-on minds-on activities both indoors and out. Receive the award-winning Project Learning Tree Pre K-8th Grade Activity Guide.
          Visit https://idahoforests.org/content-item/project-learning-tree/ for workshop descriptions, schedule updates and to register and pay online or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (208-334-4061). Workshop fee = $40.
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          Pocatello Session
          06/04/2018
           
          06/05/2018
           
          9:00 a.m.
          3:00 p.m.
          Pocatello
          Project Learning Tree

Maximum # of Participants- 35

Credit offered: Yes

How many credits offered: 1

Credits offered from: Boise State University OR NNU

Course Requirments: Attend class and complete short assignment.

Cost Per Credit: $60

 

  • Please activate link to registration in the Description section.
 

 

 

Healing Discipline: Finding Joy in Working with Challenging Students

        • This two-day seminar is based on 33 years of combined experience working with children with challenging behaviors and finding success using research based strategies. This seminar provides educators with a better understanding of children who have suffered from disruptive attachment and trauma which are often the root cause of inappropriate and/or out of control behavior in the classroom. In a fun and interactive way participants will learn that an emotionally healing environment is establishing healthy boundaries as well as building healthy relationships with their students. As the educator develops the skills and confidence in working with challenging students they will feel more joy and success in their job. This leads to a deeper connection between the educator and the student thus enhancing emotional and academic growth. 
          Link to registration: www.eventbrite.com/e/healing-discipline-finding-joy-in-working-with-challenging-students-tickets-38153716794?ref=ebtn
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          Summer Session
          06/21/2018
           
          06/22/2018
           
          8:30 a.m.
          5:00 p.m.
          Marriott Springhill Suites, 424 East Park Center Blvd., Boise, ID
          Healing Children, LLC

Maximum # of Participants- 50

Credit offered: Yes

How many credits offered: 1

Credits offered from: Boise State University

Cost Per Credit: $60

 

  • Please activate link to registration in the Description section.
 

 

 

Meeting and Assessing the Idaho State Science and Literacy Standards

        • Learn how to engage your students in collaborative scientific inquiry to achieve deep scientific understanding and create performance-based assessments to meet the new standards.
          *Explore the new Idaho State Science Standards for your grade level & content areas, identify connections with the Idaho Content Literacy Standards
          *Identify key instructional shifts that will help you meet the standards
          *Learn how to create performance assessments aligned with the standards
          *Explore inquiry strategies for actively teaching to the standards
          *Engage with literacy strategies to help your students read scientific texts
          *Learn actively and engage in hands-on science and collaboration
          *Introduction to our new state assessment model
          Link to registration: https://secure.touchnet.com/C20444_ustores/web/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=6196&SINGLESTORE=true
          Price: $65.00
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          Pocatello Session
          06/12/2018
           
          06/15/2018
           
          8:30 a.m.
          4:00 p.m.
          Clarion Inn, 1399 Bench Road, Pocatello, ID 83201
          Boise State Writing Project
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Maximum # of Participants- 65

Credit offered: Yes

How many credits offered: 1

Credits offered from: Boise State University

Cost Per Credit: $60

 

  • Please activate link to registration in the Description section.
 

 

 

What Does "Follow the Child" Mean?

      • This three-part webinar series presented by David Brown will describe the process of using a child centered approach to assessment and how critical the interaction of a child's senses impacts their overall functioning and behavior. Register for individual sessions below.  Session 1: Availability for Learning: The Forgotten Senses
        Session 2: Looking at the World Through Rose-Colored Glasses: Approaches to Positive Assessment
        Session 3: Self-Regulation and Self-Stimulation: The Emotional Heart of the Child Link to Registration: https://uidaho.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kVUTRD-MROOOjTXAWJo_cQ
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        Session 1: Availability for Learning: The Forgotten Senses
        04/03/2018
         
        04/03/2018
         
        4:00 p.m.
        6:00 p.m.
        Online Webinar
        David Brown
         
        Session 2: Looking at the World Through Rose-Colored Glasses: Approaches to Positive Assessment
        04/10/2018
         
        04/10/2018
         
        4:00 p.m.
        6:00 p.m.
        Online Webinar
        David Brown
         
        Session 3: Self-Regulation and Self-Stimulation: The Emotional Heart of the Child
        04/17/2018
         
        04/17/2018
         
        4:00 p.m.
        6:00 p.m.
        Online Webinar
        David Brown

Maximum # of Participants- 30

Credit offered: No

How many credits offered: N/A

Credits offered from: N/A

Cost Per Credit: N/A

 

  • Please activate link to registration in the Description section.
 

 

 

D91 University

D91 University Course Catalog

June 13 & 14, 2018

Idaho Falls High School – 601 South Holmes, Idaho Falls, Id 83401

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Using this course menu, choose a course to fulfill your individual professional learning plan (2-day minimum).  Many of these courses will be offered again during Fall & Winter Institute.  We offer both face-to-face and online courses.  Take notice of the dates and times of each class as some classes do not follow the 2-day course format

Online Courses in Green                       Face-to-face Courses in Blue

 

 

Effective Questioning for Deeper Learning: Grades 6-12

In this course, you will embark on a learning journey designed to open up new vistas and offer new insights that you can use with your students to make classroom discussion a manageable process. First, you’ll explore four quality questioning practices that drive productive discussion: Framing a focus question; Promoting equitable participation; Scaffolding student responses to deepen thinking; Creating a culture for thoughtful discussion. Then, you’ll learn the discussion skills that comprise the DNA of meaningful discussion. Typically, students don’t arrive at school prepared to engage in productive discussion, so developing these discussion skills is crucial. You’ll explore research-based skills in three key categories: social, cognitive, and use-of-knowledge. Then, you’ll learn how to decide which skills are most appropriate for your students given their ages and developmental levels and the subject you teach. Using the threefold framework can help you plan disciplined discussions in which students’ skills are intentionally targeted for development.

 


 

Grading Smarter, Not Harder

This course is based on the ASCD book Grading Smarter, Not Harder: Assessment Strategies That Motivate Kids and Help Them Learn (2014) by Myron Dueck. This course provides teachers with specific tools, resources, and research to substantiate and incorporate new methods. Perhaps you want to embark on standards-based grading and need some assistance separating academics and behavior. For others, these learning opportunities may be part of a quest to jump from being a good teacher to a great educator, and this can be a daunting task for anyone. Regardless of your reasons and aspirations for taking this course, this set of readings, videos, assignments, and prompts should be of great value in examining your grading, evaluating assessment, and reporting beliefs and routines. As you start this course, use the journal and other tools to track your questions, concerns, and thoughts. Only when we are reflective and critical in our own learning do we get the most out of any experience.

 


 

Differentiated Instruction: An Introduction  

This introductory course helps teachers to build a conceptual understanding of the model of differentiated instruction (DI), including the philosophical underpinnings of this model. You will explore characteristics and key elements of differentiated instruction, as well as beliefs that guide the DI model and the five non-negotiables of differentiated instruction: high-quality curriculum, welcoming classroom environment, ongoing assessment, flexible grouping, and respectful tasks.

 


 

Differentiated Instruction: Creating an Environment That Supports Learning

In this course, you will gain an understanding of the role that a classroom environment plays in differentiated instruction. Throughout this course, you will explore the key elements of a supportive environment that encourage the implementation of the philosophy of differentiation.

 


 

Differentiated Instruction: Teaching with Student Differences in Mind

This course focuses on how teachers in a differentiated classroom plan for differentiation for readiness, interest, and learning profile, using multiple instructional strategies. You will also see how many of the components of differentiation previously discussed in this suite of courses come together to ensure solid planning and execution of high-quality differentiation.

 


 

Differentiated Instruction: The Curriculum Connection

This course directly addresses one of five non-negotiables of differentiated instruction: the role of curriculum in designing and delivering high-quality differentiated instruction. In this course, you will explore the attributes of high-quality curriculum and what it means to teach for understanding.

 


 

Differentiated Instruction: Using Ongoing Assessment to Inform Instruction

This course focuses on how teachers in a differentiated classroom plan for ongoing assessment and use information collected from assessments to inform instruction.


Data Based Decisions: ISAT/ PSAT/SAT Data Analysis Workshop

In the world of education, the word “data” is ubiquitous. As educators, we are all too familiar with this term. Yet, do we really know what data to look at? If you are struggling with this question, then this class is for you. Come on your own or sign up as a PLC group, and leave with the tools necessary for using data to inform and guide your instruction.

Day One of this class will offer you clear direction and hands-on experience looking at the standardized testing data from the Interim Assessment Blocks, ISATs, PSATs, and SATs. You will leave the first day with knowledge about how to access and analyze data reports, and you will gain a clearer understanding of how testing data can help inform the instruction in your classroom.

Day Two will focus on general data analysis that will allow you to more productively use data, from both standardized tests and common formative and summative assessments, to inform and drive instructional decisions in your classroom.

Presenter: Brooke Fleming

Target Audience: 7-12

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

Instructional Shifts of the NEW & IMPORVED Science Standards (K-8)

Bring your science classroom alive with the 3 dimensions of the new and improved science standards. Learn how to shift your science teaching from abstract recall of facts to students demonstrating proficiency by engaging in actual scientific practice, developing real world interconnections, practice crosscutting concepts, and integration of science and engineering.

Presenters:  Eryn Price

Target Audience: Grades K-8

Dates: June 13 & 14, 201, 8:30-3:30 pm, Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit offered: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

(SIOP) “Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol”

Educators gain an in-depth understanding of the components of the SIOP® Model and strategies to implement it in their classrooms in this multiday workshop. Using the best-selling research-based book Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners: The SIOP® Model, participants gain practical skills to collaborate, share, and implement lesson plans that incorporate all eight components and thirty features of SIOP® in order to teach content while developing students’ academic and social language. In addition to the SIOP® Model text, participants receive a workbook and A+RISE sampler
cards to support their implementation of the model upon returning to their schools.

OUTCOMES:

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Explain eight factors that affect second-language acquisition.
  • Identify the components and features of the SIOP® Model.
  • Observe and practice each of the eight components.
  • Incorporate the SIOP® Model into lesson planning.
  • Build a sample lesson using SIOP®.

 

Presenter: Cindy Martin

Target Audience: Administrators & Supervisors, Instructional Coaches & Specialists, Secondary Educators

Dates: June 13 & 14 (8:30 – 3:30) Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

Backwards Design: Guided Math Lesson Design (K-8)

Providing opportunities for our students to interact deeply with the mathematics they are expected to learn can be challenging.  In this course, we will dig deep in to your grade level standards and district math curriculum.  You will walk away with lessons that can be implemented in your classroom and a template to guide future lesson design.  In the lesson you design, your students will experience learning activities and structures that allow for deep interactions with mathematical skills and concepts we expect them to learn.

Presenter: April Taylor

Target Audience: K-8

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

Backwards Design: Guided ELA Lesson Design

A fresh new look at Guided ELA Lesson Design. In this course, we will dig deep into your grade level ELA standards, instructional shifts, and curriculum resources to design high quality lessons for your ELA Classroom. We will highlight teachers around the school district, who are currently working through the process: looking at different modules grades 3-8 and the different instructional shifts used to meet their students’ need. You will walk away with lessons you design, your students will experience learning activities and structures that allow for deep interactions with the reading, writing, language, speaking and listening concepts and skills that we expect them to learn.

 

Presenters:  Heather Rasmussen & Kim Taylor 

Target Audience: ELA Teachers in Grades 4-8

Dates: June 13 & 14 (8:30-3:30) Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

  


 

Vocabulary Instruction in the K-3 Classroom

Do you want your students using critical academic language throughout the school day? Do you struggle to identify the best words to teach and then how to teach them in an engaging way so that students make the words their own? You are not alone. “No aspect of instruction enjoys more inconsistency in practice than vocabulary development (Kinsella, 2015) Participants in this course will complete four main tasks: develop a collective agreement on what constitutes effective vocabulary instruction based on research, identify academic words for their own grade level (according to the CCSS), use their current curriculum to select appropriate high utility words, and finally, follow a research based routine for teaching these words.  Teachers will have work time to embed their grade level words into the weekly routines.

 

Presenter: Sarah Cherry

Target Audience: K-3

Dates: June 13 & 14 (8:30 – 3:30) Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit: 1 through NNU $60

 


 


(CHAMPS) Classroom Management:(K-8)

CHAMPS: A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management- This course helps teachers design (or fine tune) a classroom management system by organizing classrooms for student success, specifying classroom behavioral expectations, and reducing misbehavior (disruptions, disrespect, non-compliance). This approach to behavior has been shown to increase academic engagement, resulting in improved test scores by empowering and motivating students. CHAMPS provides teachers and students with a common language about behaviors, and teachers will be better prepared to design behavioral plans that fit their personal styles and the needs of their students. Teachers will learn how to teach students to behave responsibly and how to instill a desire in their students to be productive and positive contributors. Built on respect for the dignity and worth of every child, our strategies are effective because they are data-driven and grounded in the most current research.

 

Presenter: Jen Petersen

Target Audience: (K-8)

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60



Designing Instruction with PS Learning

It’s summer time and a great time to start building your PowerSchool Learning class for the fall! This course is designed to not only teach you how to create your very own course but also to give you time to start building your class in preparation of rolling it out to students on the first day of school. Please have access to all your digital files when you arrive by moving them to your Google Drive.

 

Presenter: Pat Gyles

Target Audience: 4-12

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

Step Up Your Tech: Grades K-12

Earn your Technology PD when and where you want to. This is the PD and NNU offering of the PowerSchool Learning course titled “Step Up Your Tech” 30 points from this online course must be earned for completion. (dates below). Note: Many of the activities that can be completed require classroom implementation but not all of them. Incentives and Badges can still be earned during this course.

How do I get started?  Getting started is easy! Go to your PowerSchool Learning Portal and click on the course titled Step Up Your Tech.  Make sure you complete the task called “Do This First”! After that, start exploring the different “Pages” in the left margin by clicking on them. Once you find a topic of interest, read the requirements, complete the task and submit your evidence.  Many of the activities are obviously designed to be implemented with your students but there are others that do not require that. (Google Certification for example)

 

Presenter: Pat Gyles

Target Audience: K-12

Dates: Online only - June 15, Oct 15, Oct 16, Jan 15, Jan 16, May 1.

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

  


 

Intro to Adobe Photoshop CC & InDesign CC

Learn the basics of Adobe InDesign CC to layout pages of any size with a complete mix of text, graphics and pictures in any form. Learn to produce any printed item from the size of a postage stamp to a Poster with the industry standard desktop publishing program.  Learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop CC to manipulate photos and graphics. Learn to select digital images and utilizing Photoshop’s tools erase, transform, merge, combine, and change colors of photos and graphics.  Get an introduction how to use these two powerful graphics programs for a myriad of uses in the classroom.

Presenter: Dave Heath

Target Audience: 7-12(Because of Adobe state licensing requirments, this course is for SECONDARY only)

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Skyline HS (603)

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

Comprehensive Literacy –6 Days 3 Credits

All 6 days of this 3-credit course is designed to meet the intent of Idaho Code § 33-1207A and will provide practical application of the Literacy Standards and Idaho’s Comprehensive Literacy Plan. Educators will identify best practices in instruction and assessment of reading. Course will examine current research in brain-compatible teaching and learning as well as learning theories as applied to reading. Participants will develop lessons in explicit and embedded phonics and phonemic awareness. They will also develop lessons in comprehension and vocabulary development. In addition, practicing educators will identify correlations between district adopted texts, core standards and the Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Plan. Web-sites relevant to literacy-development and the implications of technology will be explored.

Required resources:

  • Loose-leaf binder with tab dividers for each of the three Literacy Strands, including resources, research, handouts and assessments.
  • Teaching Reading Sourcebook 2nd Edition ISBN #978-1-57128-457-0
  • Assessing Reading Multiple Measures 2nd Edition ISBN #978-1-57128-464-8.

Dates: June 12-19

Strand I. June 12 & 13, Language Learning and Literacy Development (phonics, phonemic awareness and reading acquisition).

Strand II: June 14 & 15, is Reading Comprehension and Best Practice

Strand III: June 18 & 19, Literacy Assessment and Intervention

Presenter: Janelle Bennett

Target Audience: K-12

Dates: June 12-19, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School.

Credit Available: 3 through NNU $180 for 3 credits—Credit is required for certification requirement—Registration information later.

Please contact Literacy Coach, Janelle Bennett for more info.



Teaching Mathematical Thinking (TMT) June 25 – 29, 2018

Our district will host the Teaching Mathematical Thinking (TMT) course for The Regional Math Center on June 25th-29th at Idaho Falls High School.  Many teachers need this course to re-certify. By hosting the TMT course, we can bring the course closer to you and offer early registration. 

Use this link to register:  Regional Math Center

 

Presenter: from the Regional Math Center

Target Audience: Grades K-12

Dates: June 25-29, 2018, 8:00 – 3:30 pm –Face-to-Face at IFHS

Credit: 3 through ISU

 


 

Best Practices in Reading Instruction K-3

Drawing on current research, participants will build a deep understanding of the reading process and best practices in reading instruction.  Upon completion of this course, participants will leave with strategies to strengthen their own instructional practices in reading to reflect an understanding of evidence based best practices in reading, Idaho Core Standards, and district provided curriculum resources.

 

Please bring your Unit 2 and Unit 4 Journeys Teacher’s Editions

Presenter: Rachel Miller

Target Audience: K-3

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

Secondary Math-Backwards Design Workshop (7-12)

Participants will actively perform high rigor (DOK 4) examples to implement in the classroom.  They will create their own high rigor examples, confirm the rigor level, rationalize how to engage all learners, and explain possible adjustments to accommodate students during the process.

 

Presenter: Mindy Singer

Target Audience: 7-12

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm – Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

Creating a Plan for Successful Mathematics Discussions

Did you recently complete the District 91 staff development on Facilitating Meaningful Math Discourse? Do you find yourself wanting to know more? In this class we will take a deeper dive into how to have successful discussions that support student learning.  We will work with five concrete steps for planning and carrying out a math lesson rich with discussion (from the work of Stein and Smith in “5 Practices for Orchestrating Mathematical Discussions”).  We will also apply and build on strategies from the Facilitating Meaningful Math Discourse class to everyday routines and MIF lessons. There will be time set aside for individual planning so bring your MIF manual.

Prerequisite: Completion of Facilitating Meaningful Math Discourse class.

Presenters: Angie Lee

Target Audience: D91 elementary teachers (K-6).

Date: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30 – 3:30 pm Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School.

Credit Available: 1 through NNU $60

 


 

MANDT - Working with Children with Problem Behavior

In this course participants will gain knowledge, skills, and confidence in working with students with severe problem behavior(s).  Participants will learn the relational and communication skills necessary when working with children with problem behavior and understand the crisis cycle experienced by students demonstrating emotional and behavioral outbursts. Lastly, all participants will gain an understanding of the medical, legal, and professional liability issues involved with intervening physically with students. 

Chapter 1: Relational Skills

Chapter 2: Crisis Cycle

Chapter 3: RADAR skills and awareness

Chapter 4: Communication skills

Chapter 5: Applied Behavior Analysis / Positive behavior Support

Chapter 6: Legal and Liability issues

Chapter 7: Medical Risk Factors

Presenters: Pete Molino and Gina Sorenson

Target Audience: grades K-12

Dates: June 13 & 14, 2018, 8:30-3:30 pm, Face-to-Face at Idaho Falls High School
Credit: Mandt Certification and 1 credit through NNU $60


 

 

 

 

Behavior Foundations Proactive Strategies Workshop

 

  • This 2 day training (May 31 - June 1) is appropriate for general education teachers, special education teachers, administrators, and related service staff members. Paraprofessionals are welcome but are encouraged to attend with a school team or special education supervisor/teacher due to the planning/workshop format. Teams and individuals will have the opportunity to participate in face to face training and guided planning related to proactive strategies that support of students with challenging behavior. The content will be very similar to the Behavior Foundations 1 Fall training on proactive strategies. Teams or individuals will have embedded planning sessions throughout the 2-day workshop.

 

 
Behavior Foundations Proactive Strategies Workshop
05/31/2017
06/01/2017
9:00am
3:30pm
Jerome Middle School, Jerome, ID
Idaho SESTA

 

 

 

Maximum # of Participants- 60

Credit offered: Yes

How many credits offered: Clock Hours Only

Credits offered from: N/A

Cost Per Credit: $0

New Special Education Teacher Training Part 2

New Special Education Teacher Training (NSETT) Part 2 is for all new Special Education teachers, including those who were unable to attend Part 1 in the Fall. 

To register go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-special-education-teacher-training-nsett-part-2-idaho-falls-registration-30002935588

 

 
New Special Education Teacher Training Part 2
01/18/2017
01/18/2017
8:30am
4:30am
Residence Inn 635 W. Broadway, Idaho Falls Idaho SESTA

 

Is this event sponsored by the district?  No

What is the maximum enrollment for this class? 75

How many credits are offered? 0

Where is the credit offered from? N/A

What is the cost of each credit? N/A

What are the credit requirements?   N/A

 

To register go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-special-education-teacher-training-nsett-part-2-idaho-falls-registration-30002935588

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