Prioritized Instructional Planning: Using Prioritized Standards and Instructional Cycles to Support Student Learning
This course is intended for those leading a team of educators throughout the online course/modules.
Available ONLY to North Dakota Educators | FREE Access available until June 22, 2022!
Looking for a great way to support your educators in designing focused learning cycles based upon prioritized state content standards and effective teaching practices?
This course is designed for you, the administrator and/or team lead, to facilitate learning with school staff. You and your team can develop Instructional Cycles and correlating implementation plans for student-centered continuous improvement.
Participants will engage in a crash course on Prioritized Instructional Planning and receive access to 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.
Module topics include: Click here to access the full flyer and module descriptions.
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.
DELIVERY: Self-paced asynchronous online course.
AUDIENCES: Administrators; Instructional Coaches; Content Area Teachers
CREDIT: 1 optional graduate continuing education credit available through VCSU.
|Credit Term||Registration Deadline||Assignment Deadline|
|Fall 2021||November 26, 2021||December 1, 2021|
|Spring 2022||April 22, 2022||May 1, 2021|
This is an asynchronous self-paced online course.
NOTE: If taking the course for graduate credit, all of the modules and the course capstone must be completed AND credit must be registered for through VCSU by the following dates November 26th, 2021 (for Fall credit) or April 22nd, 2022 (for Spring credit).