Administering the AIMSweb Assessment
Administering the DIBELS Next Assessment
Administrators: Have successful pre-observation and post-observation conversations with your teachers
Administrators: Unleashing the Potential for Mobile Devices & BYOD
App Smashing: Bringing Innovation into the iPad Classroom
Beyond PowerPoint: Create a Documentary
Blended Learning—–Extending the Classroom Walls
Building Standards-Based Report Cards
Building Understanding of the Number System through Hands-on Experiences
CCSS Literacy for All Content Areas
Close Reading Strategies
Coaching Administrators to Coach Teachers
Code.org training
Cognitively Guided Instruction to Promote Inquiry in the Elementary Classroom
Cognitively Guided Instruction to promote Inquiry in the Middle School Classroom
Conversation Choices: Supporting Teachers’ Thinking with Structured Conversations
CORE Reading Instruction 5 days
Courage to Teach/Lead in Schools
Creating a Vision, Mission, and Beliefs 1-2 days
Data Retreat 1-2 days
Days 1-4 Cognitive CoachingSM: Having Successful Conversations With Your Teachers
Days 5-8 Cognitive CoachingSM: Deepening Conversation Skills through the Art of Problem Resolving
Designing Student Assessments and Using Assessment in Instruction
Developing Conceptual Understanding of Ratios and Proportions in the Middle Grades
Differentiation II Introduction: Content, Process, Product
Differentiation II–It’s Not Just About Changing Groups
Digital Literacy Skills All Educators Should Know
Effective Data Driven Feedback and Responding Behaviors: Discover the Effect of Feedback while Learning New Skills
Engage All Students in Learning All the Time
Establishing a Classroom Environment for Learning
Fact Fluency – Multiplication and Division
Fact Fluency- Addition and Subtraction – 1 day
Free Cool Tools
Google in the Classroom
Higher Order Thinking Skills to Engage Learning
Increasing Rigor with Webb Leveling
Integrating Online Primary Resources in the Classroom
Intel® Teach Elements: Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms
Intel® Teach Elements: Collaboration in the Digital Classroom
Intel® Teach Elements: Designing Blended Learning
Intel® Teach Elements: Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
Intel® Teach Elements: Inquiry in the Science Classroom
Intel® Teach Elements: Project-Based Approaches
Intel® Teach Elements: Thinking Critically with Data
Introduction to the SMART Board
Leading Socratic Seminars: Challenging Students to Think for Themselves
Learning the New Science Standards with a 3D View
Learning and Thinking Institutes (NMSI’s LTF Teacher Training Program)
Leverage the iPad for Learning
Literacy Strategies for All Content Areas
Literacy Strategies Using Google Earth–Engagement is Immediate
Makerspaces
Making the Most of Learning with the Smartboard
Mathematical Discourse
Math Gap Analysis
Moving from Persuasive to Argumentative Writing
Open Education Resources: developing your own textbook
Open Education Resources: Using myOER and other OER Sites to Build Rigorous and Engaging Lessons
Peer Observations: A rich, non-evaluative opportunity for teachers to learn from each other
Productivity on the Web for Chromebooks and Computers
Project-Based Learning
Questioning to Improve Rigor and Deepen Understanding
School-wide Improvements: Student Learning Accrues in Schools Whose Work Cultures are Collaborative
Smarter Balanced Digital Library
Smarter Balanced Interim Assessment
Smarter Balanced Reporting
Strategic Use of Video in Instruction
Supporting Administrators Through the 3-Part Observation Process
Supporting Implementation of the Common Core with Technology
The Six Literacy Shifts in the CCSS — What does this mean?
Three Faces of Feedback
TPACK Framework for Planning Technology Integration
Understanding Fraction in Grades 3-5
Understanding Place Value K-2
Unleashing the Potential of the iPad
Using Mathematical Tasks at the High School Level to Promote Rigor in the Classroom
Using Text-Dependent Questions to Build Higher Level Thinking Skills and Elevate Rigor in the Classroom
Webb Leveling & Higher Order Thinking: What do I ask and how do I assess?
WoLakota OSEU Modeling
WoLakota Professional Learning
Writing Across The Content