November 2022
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22-23 Training Calendar
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Renaissance STAR Feb. 7 - Register here!

Assessing to Inform

Phase 2 - Diagnostics

You have completed your fall benchmark assessments, now what? 

Learn about the purposes of diagnostic assessments and how to find an instructional match for students at all levels, whether as a class-wide Tier 1 intervention or as a small group intervention for either Tier 2 and/or Tier 3 students.


of Reading

Jan. 9, Feb. 6, March 27

FOUR location options

Bismarck, Kindred,

Minot, and Williston

This three-part learning series is designed to provide educators with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to address a variety of students' needs in reading.

Training is aimed at K-5 educators and does align with the ND Science of Reading to meet the requirements of House Bill 1388 (15.1-21-12.1).

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Supporting Secondary Struggling Readers

Spring: Feb. 7 and March 28

FOUR location options

Bismarck, Minot,

Valley City, and Williston


Participants in this two-day course will learn how to assist struggling readers at the secondary level through concentrating on 3 essential elements: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment.

A large portion of the course will be designated to diagnosing student reading needs and how to match those needs with appropriate instructional strategies. 

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Supporting Secondary Struggling Readers - Fall Cohort

54 educators from 14 districts attended two days of learning how to assist struggling readers at the secondary level through curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

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Behavior Interventions to Support All Tiers

90-min. virtual sessions

This four-part series designed to introduce research and evidence-based behavior interventions that can be implemented in the large and small group settings. This course is ideal for general education and special education teachers, as well as those who support the implementation of behavior intervention plans. 

ANALYZE evidenced-based behavior interventions appropriate for Tiers 1, 2, & 3.
DEVELOP a plan for implementation in your setting.
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Technical Adequacy Tool for Evaluation (TATE)

2-hours virtually. Attendees will be expected to view recorded content PRIOR to attending THE session.

The TATE was developed to measure the technical adequacy (quality) of completed FBA/BIPs. It can provide scores and patterns that help. Identify specific FBA/BIP areas needing improvement. Essential components of adequate FBA/BIPs are presented along with the rationale for including each. This session is intended for educators who are responsible for implementing FBA/BIPs or who are supervising educators who implement FBA/BIPs.

MEASURE quality of completed FBA/BIPs
IDENTIFY specific areas for FBA/BIP improvement
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Question Persuade Refer

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training

Question, Persuade, Refer is an

evidence-based suicide prevention protocol, also termed as a gatekeeper training, with a mission to save lives and

reduce suicidal behaviors by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training. QPR stands for

Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.


Learn more here.

NDSoR Training Options

LETRS for K-12 Educators

Devils Lake Cohort

Audience: educators teaching reading directly or instructional coaches leading literacy work.

LETRS® provides K-12 educators with an in-depth understanding of the science behind teaching literacy and gives them the background and depth of knowledge to teach language and literacy skills to every student. Learn more and register!

ELA Curriculum Fair

Discuss implementation considerations and get the opportunity to check out a variety of materials! Learn more and register!

Asynchronous Courses

A Shared Responsibility

Audience: K-3 educators who DO NOT teach reading directly (Art, PE, Library, Music, etc.)

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Reaching All Learners

Audience: K-3 reading, special education, and English learner teachers who teach reading directly, K-3 principals, and instructional coaches leading literacy work.

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Jennifer Glasheen
South East Education Cooperative
Lyndsi Engstrom
Central Regional Education Association