Professional Development

  • School and Workplace School Counselors
  • Work-Based Learning Coordinators
  • Curriculum and Staff Development, and Technology Integration Leaders
  • Student-Centered Learning

More information on communities of practice.

18 Online provides the 18 credits you’ll need to become a qualified content area concurrent enrollment instructor. It’s the result of Minnesota House of Representatives bill H.F. 3326 and Senate bill S.F. No. 3062, which appropriated $3 million to provide curriculum development for the Northwest Regional Partnership continuing education program. It’s a collaborative effort between Lake Country Service Cooperative, Northwest Service Cooperative and Minnesota State University Moorhead.

The Leading Edge Online and Blended Teacher National Certification Program is a 10-week national online teacher certification course guides educators through rigorous and engaging curriculum based on the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) National Standards for Online Teaching. Upon successful completion, the certification gives schools, districts and other prospective employers assurance that Leading Edge certified online teachers not only have the skills to effectively facilitate online courses, but also have a solid understanding of how to enhance the learning opportunities for all students enrolled in their courses.

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  • Greater Mankato – June 2019

Every CTE teacher in the consortium is provided a license to Nepris, inviting industry into the classroom to connect learning. View features and benefits. To learn more, contact Gwenn Wolters.

This summit is an annual event planned by committee members from the Minnesota State colleges and Minnesota Department of Education. It has continued to grow over the years into the premiere conference connecting the career and technical education community in the Upper Midwest. Participants and presenters alike come from high school, colleges and universities, workforce, local business and industry partners, and our local communities to convene once a year and share best practices for helping every student meet community and workforce needs.

More information coming soon on the 2019 summit.