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This course has been developed in partnership with the North Dakota Department of Instruction and the AIM Institute for Learning & Research. It is designed for educators who are committed to learning about the connection between reading research, theoretical models of reading, and best practices for language and literacy instruction in the classroom. This course is funded by the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction to assist you in meeting the professional development requirements set forth in Century Code 15.1-21-12.1. Approximately 20 hours, to be completed asynchronously. A Pre- and Post-assessment are required.
AUDIENCE: K-3, reading, special education, and English learner teachers that teach reading directly; K-3 principals; and Instructional Coaches leading literacy work.
- Community of Practice: A total of 3 live, virtual community of practice sessions will also be offered for participants to connect and talk with other educators in North Dakota. Register!
- Facilitator Train-the-Trainer: A total of 2 live, virtual train-the-trainer sessions will be offered to those looking to facilitate their own Community of Practice in their districts (instructional coaches, teacher leaders, etc.). Register!
South East Education Cooperative (SEEC)
Name: Kerri Whipple
Phone: (701) 997-2482