Prioritized Instructional Planning

Prioritized Instructional Planning [Self-Paced Webinar Series]Prioritized Instructional Planning ONLINE Course

Available ONLY to North Dakota Educators  |  FREE Access available until June 30, 2022!

This course will provide participants with a crash course in Prioritized Instructional Planning and the resources, processes, and supports available to ND Educators to ensure the most effective and meaningful learning experiences for students. Participants will gain insight about how to determine what students need to learn and how to effectively plan for teaching the most critical content, including an overview of eight steps for planning instructional cycles that include high-quality instruction and assessment.

This course is populated with recorded webinars facilitated by Jan K. Hoegh, Marazano Resources, and LaCosta Potter, and provided via collaboration between the Northeast Education Services Cooperative (NESC), South East Education Cooperative (SEEC), Central Regional Education Cooperative (CREA), and supported by the North Dakota Healthy Return to Learning Team and the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction.

Course modules are the same for each course, but the design of the courses is tailored for Facilitated Team delivery or Individually paced course content.

Module topics include: Click here to access the full flyer and module descriptions.

  1. Determining What Students Sill Need to Learn
  2. Effective Planning for Teaching the Most Critical Content (Part 1)
  3. Effective Planning for Teaching the Most Critical Content (Part 2)
  4. Effective Monitoring of Student Learning (Part 1)
  5. Effective Monitoring of Student Learning (Part 2)
  6. Crosswalking Benchmark Assessment Data with the North Dakota Priority Standards

Questions? Contact Derryn Johnson, Professional Learning Specialist at the NESC, derryn.johnson@nescnd.org.

Team-Based Course

(Team Lead(s) have optional Graduate Credit available)

 

Individual Course

(Optional Graduate Credit Available) 

 

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Administrators/Team Lead(s):

Looking for a great way to support your educators in designing effective learning cycles centered around prioritized state content standards and effective teaching? This course is designed to utilize with school staff and/or PLC groups in planning and developing implementation plans to lead teachers through the process of developing Instructional Cycles.

  • Access to recorded sessions, reflective questions to facilitate professional learning discussion and collaboration, and additional resource links are all built into this course.
  • Administrators/Team Leads can earn optional credit for this work (more info in the course). 
 

Teachers:

  • This Individual course will provide participants with a crash course in Prioritized Instructional Planning and the resources, processes, and supports available to ND Educators to ensure the most effective and meaningful learning experiences for students.

  • Participants will gain insight about how to determine what students need to learn and how to effectively plan for teaching the most critical content, including an overview of eight steps for planning instructional cycles that include high-quality instruction and assessment.
 

How to Register:

  • ONLY the Team Lead(s) will need to register for this course. All individuals will register separately for the Individual Course for their own access and/or for credit purposes.
  • Team Lead(s) will create a login and gain access to the course and facilitate a team through each module followed by the discussion questions and action items.
 

 How to Register:

  • If you'd like INDIVIDUAL access to the course, you must register for the Individual Course. This includes individuals who are part of a Team but not the Team Lead, individuals taking the course for graduate credit, and for individuals who want access for own learning but not seeking graduate credit. 
  • At the start of the course, you will be prompted to answer whether or not you'll be taking the course for credit. This allows the facilitator to monitor video viewing, responses, and completion of the evaluation.

Optional Credit Available for TEAM LEAD only:

  • If the Team Lead(s) would like to earn graduate credit for leading/facilitating the course, they are able to do so upon completion of all modules and submission of the School/District Implementation Plan and Course Reflection.
  • There are TWO semesters that the course credit will be available for: Fall 2021 and Spring 2022.
    • Fall 2021 Registration Deadline is Nov. 26, 2021
    • Spring 2022 Registration Deadline is April 22, 2022
  • More credit details are provided once in the course itself.
 

 Optional Credit Available:

  • If you're taking the course for Graduate Credit, you'll want to make sure that you answered correctly in the initial Question when beginning the course along with submission of a Instructional Cycle Plan and Course Reflection.
  • There are TWO semesters that the course credit will be available for: Fall 2021 and Spring 2022.
    • Fall 2021 Registration Deadline is Nov. 26, 2021
    • Spring 2022 Registration Deadline is April 22, 2022
  • More credit details are provided once in the course itself.