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PBIS can show you how
It’s through connecting with one another that we hone best practices, generate new ideas and achieve better outcomes.
Resource takes the lead on helping educators make these connections to share, learn and grow. Fueled by the needs of members, Resource has launched and continues to facilitate a variety of focused networks.
CCN & DAC come together to offer the best practices regarding curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
This network was created to offer assistance to districts as they continue to develop, modify and expand programs and activities.
This network invites all science teachers of 5-12th graders to network and receive professional development.
This regional network assists districts as they develop, modify, and expand programs benefitting students through federal programs.
This network is for individuals who help teachers and students use technology to enrich or expand learning.
This network brings together individuals who work behind-the-scenes in districts, making sure connectivity and equipment functions properly.
Teachers and coordinators who support families using ELD will find support with curriculum, program models, instruction, and assessment.
The Curriculum Coordinators Network CCN and the District Assessment Coordinators DAC are two groups that often deal with similar issues. As a result, these two groups can collaborate, exchange information, and share best practices regarding curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
The PBIS network supports schools as they implement Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports PBIS. We will talk about current research, share implementation ideas, discuss best practice, and problem solve barriers. The agenda will be collaboratively developed by the group and facilitated by Erin Engness, Northern Region PBIS Coordinator.
The English Language Development Network provides professional connecting opportunities for ELD teachers and coordinators who support students and families by way of ELD curriculum development, program models, instruction, and assessment.
The Technology Coordinators Network is for those who work behind-the-scenes in schools and districts to ensure technology connectivity and equipment supports staff and students in the classroom. Participants have titles such as Technology Coordinator, IT Specialist, or Director of Technology.