2021 Conference

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Contact Luke Schaefer

Luke.Schaefer@k12.nd.us
phone:701.838.3025

Contact Jennifer Glasheen

jennifer.glasheen@k12.nd.us
phone:701.446.3172

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2021 NDMTSS Virtual Conference | June 8-9, 2021

 

LEVERAGING DISRUPTION: REFLECTING, REFOCUSING, AND REFRAMING OUR SYSTEM OF SUPPORTS

After more than a year of large-scale disruption on several fronts, schools need time to stop and consider everything that has been learned about the ability and effectiveness of their systems to support ALL students academically, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally in school…and at times, from a distance!
 
Presenters will challenge participants to consider how those lessons learned can help to refocus our efforts and plans for next year and emerge with stronger systems heading into next year!
 
Join us to reframe our thinking as we get back on track with the important work of creating systems that support ALL kids! We are excited to welcome educators from across ND back together after a COVID break – so gather your team, get registered, and join us LIVE to hear from national experts and collaboration partners.
 
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Featured Speakers

Breakout Sessions

BREAKOUTS: Several LIVE breakout sessions will be held during the conference days and BONUS - recorded sessions will be available for asynchronous viewing to personalize your conference experience.

Credit Info

CREDIT: An optional continuing education credit is available through Valley City State University for those who complete a total of 15 hours of conference sessions and complete additional requirements. More info will be available on the day of the conference. 

Conference sessions will cover the essential considerations for effective & efficient systems that lead to student success:
More information along with a detailed agenda and session descriptions is still to come! 

  • Integration of academics and behavior 
  • How systems help weather the storms (or pandemics) of life
  • The importance of leadership and effective teams and teaming
  • How to create cultures that truly engage EVERY STUDENT, EVERY DAY, in EVERY CLASS
  • Understanding how to develop and implement effective behavior intervention plans that support students AND teachers
  • Reframing our schoolwide behavior intervention supports with new opportunities to integrate SEL, restorative practices, and equity
  • Linking data, interventions, and individualized instruction
  • Considerations for special education roles within an MTSS system
  • A critical focus on the science of reading
  • Foundational NDMTSS supports and practical strategies for implementation

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