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Thu 23rd Feb
8:30 am
4:30 pm
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This is for schools doing a Load or a Build. The scenario will be created, new courses added, teachers and students activated for scheduling, and registration screens will be transitioned from the previous scheduling year into the new school year.

Who should attend? Any school or individual that has attended this workshop in the past and has little or no changes to the registration screens.
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EduTech, Valley City
Tue 28th Feb
8:30 am
11:30 am
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*Please bring a computer to this training. The presentation slides may be downloaded and printed from: www.edutech.nodak.edu/n.....s.pdf

*There is no cost for participating in this training.

The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (ND DPI) and EduTech are working together to provide updated information, training, and support to schools for administering the North Dakota State Assessment this spring. Measured Progress is the assessment contractor responsible for managing critical components of the assessment.

The test administrator portal is the same this year. However, due to changes with how student data is handled and the online component for those using paper/pencil, it would be beneficial for at least one person from your district to attend.

Upon completion of this training, Test Coordinators will understand where to obtain appropriate resources, how to set up students and staff in the Smarter Balanced testing system, and how to administer testing sessions. Jill and Paul
Aggasiz Building (aka Woodrow Wilson High School)
1305 9th Ave S
The Loft Room 350
Fargo, ND 58103
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Agassiz/Woodrow Wilson, Fargo
Tue 28th Feb
12:30 pm
3:30 pm
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*Please bring a computer to this training. The presentation slides may be downloaded and printed from: www.edutech.nodak.edu/n.....s.pdf

*There is no cost for participating in this training.

The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (ND DPI) and EduTech are working together to provide updated information, training, and support to schools for administering the North Dakota State Assessment this spring. Measured Progress is the assessment contractor responsible for managing critical components of the assessment.

The test administrator portal is the same this year. However, due to changes with how student data is handled and the online component for those using paper/pencil, it would be beneficial for at least one person from your district to attend.

Upon completion of this training, Test Coordinators will understand where to obtain appropriate resources, how to set up students and staff in the Smarter Balanced testing system, and how to administer testing sessions. Jill and Paul
Aggasiz Building (aka Woodrow Wilson High School)
1305 9th Ave S
The Loft Room 350
Fargo, ND 58103
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Agassiz/Woodrow Wilson, Fargo
Wed 1st Mar
4:00 pm
8:00 am
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EduTech has designed this 16 hour course specifically for ND librarians. Once you have completed the requirements, you will be eligible to register for one LMIS 700 graduate credit. Shortly after the start date of this course, you will receive an e-mail from EduTech with specific information. There is an additional $50.00 fee for the credit payable to VCSU at that time.

This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Sat 1st Apr
4:00 pm
8:00 am
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EduTech has designed this 16 hour course specifically for ND librarians. Once you have completed the requirements, you will be eligible to register for one LMIS 700 graduate credit. Shortly after the start date of this course, you will receive an e-mail from EduTech with specific information. There is an additional $50.00 fee for the credit payable to VCSU at that time.

This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Wed 5th Apr
8:30 am
4:30 pm
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A scheduling help day is a one day session to guide participants through downloading and installing the scheduling engine. Participants will be previewing the pre and post build/load reports and will be running a build or a load in PowerScheduler. Troubleshooting tips covering warnings and errors in the queue will be discussed as well.
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Kindred Public School, Kindred
Thu 13th Apr
8:30 am
12:30 pm
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ONLY FOR SCHOOLS DOING A LOAD
Participants will be running reports to determine any manual changes that need to be made to the schedule. The steps to downloading, installing and running the scheduling engine will be covered at this time as well.
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Fargo District Office, Fargo
Wed 19th Apr
8:30 am
12:30 pm
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ONLY FOR SCHOOLS DOING A LOAD
Participants will be running reports to determine any manual changes that need to be made to the schedule. The steps to downloading, installing and running the scheduling engine will be covered at this time as well.
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EduTech, Valley City
Mon 1st May
4:00 pm
8:00 am
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EduTech has designed this 16 hour course specifically for ND librarians. Once you have completed the requirements, you will be eligible to register for one LMIS 700 graduate credit. Shortly after the start date of this course, you will receive an e-mail from EduTech with specific information. There is an additional $50.00 fee for the credit payable to VCSU at that time.

This online course contains a variety of resources to help librarians, technology leaders, and teachers prepare students to experience and understand appropriate technology use and the course meets the 'Internet Safety Requirements' of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for E-Rate.

Participants will be provided with technology tools and resources that can be used with students in all grade levels and content areas:
-Information and inquiry resources and tools - Super3, Big6, KWHL, SWOT, Internet searching techniques, ND State Library, Library of Congress, primary sources, online references, book writing software, social bookmarks, online databases and cloud computing
-Media and technology tools - Animoto, EduSocial, Google Docs, Prezi, Skype, Twitter and others
-Appropriate use resources - copyright, citation, style manuals, creative commons, plagiarism, acceptable use, intellectual freedom, piracy, user agreements, Internet safety, identity theft, cyber bullying and digital etiquette.

These 21st Century resources and tools will help prepare students to effectively access and evaluate information, develop and share solutions, create innovative products, ethically communicate ideas, and think critically in today's technology rich world. Additionally, participants will be introduced to the new 2012 North Dakota Library and Technology Standards.
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Statewide, Statewide

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