Welcome to Metro ECSU’s online event registration!

Browse the catalog below and choose an event for registration.

Event Catalog

Keyword Search:
(related to the title, presenter or description of the event)

Find Results: All events (default)
MPA events
Special Education events

Sort Results By: date
alphabetical


Building the Capacity to Meet Student Needs and Close the Learning Gap for ALL
6970-MPA_Noguera_7/31/14
Presenter/Facilitator:Pedro Noguera
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:Shoreview Community Center
Room:Ball Room
Address:4580 Victoria Street North
City:Shoreview MN 55126

Start Date:7/31/2014
Time(s):8:30am 3:00pm
Additional Information:All day event
$10 invoicing fee applies to all invoices. All day workshop.
Registration Deadline: 7/28/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 7/28/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $125 MPA members over Tier/$175 non MPA members
Description:
MN has one of the largest achievement gaps in the nation between white students and all other students groups.
This workshop will explore the barriers to development of equitable and inclusive schools. You will learn about the barriers that incorporate a complex set of factors involving social, economic and political systems, and the way in which schools engage with children, parents,and the community.
Learn why schools have functioned in ways that reinforce and reproduce patterns of inequality;
Use five essential ingredients as a framework to dismantle barriers and develop new patterns;
Identify specific action strategies that leaders can utilize to get different results and close the learning gap.




 
7/31/2014
Sustaining PBIS
6410-SUSTAINING_workshop_AUGUST_2014
Presenter/Facilitator:Cheryl Glad
Participants:Team Members from past PBIS Cohort Teams
Building/Organization:Shoreview Room
Room:Shoreview Community Center
Address:4580 Victoria Street
City:Shoreview, MN 55126

Start Date:8/8/2014
Time(s):8:30-3:30
Registration Deadline: 8/1/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 8/5/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Sarah Ryan-Wood
sarah.ryan-wood@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Cheryl Glad
Cheryl.Glad@isd742.org
Fee: $40.00 per person
Description:
Need a Booster Training?
Join us on Friday, August 8th at the Shoreview Community Center
This Training Includes:
• Overview of PBIS
• Revisit the 8 Steps of Implementation
• Explore the Steps of Sustainability
• Built in time for Action Planning

 
8/8/2014
Buck Institute Project Based Learning 101
6400-BIE_Aug_12-14_2014
Presenter/Facilitator:Shelley Wright with Buck Institute
Participants:teachers, curriculum leaders, principals, superintendents
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:Training Room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112

Start Date:8/12/2014
Time(s):8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Additional Information:Registration begins at 8:00 am.
Fee includes lunch and materials each day. This is a three day workshop series: Tuesday, August 12 - Thursday, August 14.
Registration Deadline: 8/1/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 7/28/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Sandy Giancola
sandy.giancola@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $500 Metro ECSU members; $650 for non-members
Description:
Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to a complex question, problem, or challenge. Essential Elements of PBL include:

* Significant Content
* 21st century competencies
* In-Depth Inquiry
* Driving Question
* Need to Know
* Voice and Choice
* Critique and Revision
* Public Audience

 
8/12/2014
21st Century Full-day Kindergartens: High Impact Teaching for ALL 21st Century Learners
6400-Full_Day_K_Aug18
Presenter/Facilitator:Dr. Eva Phillips, Nikole Logan, Sarah Clyne
Participants:Kindergarten teachers, elementary principals, directors of curriculum and instruction
Building/Organization:Room 15 and 16
Room:Minnesota Department of Education: Conference Center B
Address:1500 Hwy 36 W
City:Roseville, MN 55113

Start Date:8/18/2014
Time(s):9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Additional Information:Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided. CEU's will be available.
Presenters: Dr. Eva Phillips, author of Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice: An Introduction for Teachers of Kindergartners; Nikole Logan, Parent Engagement Coordinator, St. Paul Public Schools; Sarah Clyne, Executive Director, Joyce Preschool, Minneapolis
Registration Deadline: 8/13/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 8/11/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Barb Groebner
barb.groebner@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Debbykay Peterson; 651.582.8426
Debbykay.peterson@state.mn.us
Fee: $25.00
Description:
Spend the day planning for high-quality, effective and appropriate full-day kindergarten programs for each and every child. We will explore the importance of the learning environment including the physical arrangements of furniture and materials, as well as, the teacher-child and child-child interactions. We will discuss the core components of developmentally appropriate practice and strategies for incorporating effective practices within the classroom designed to meet the needs of all learners. The seminar will include meaningful and practical strategies for smooth transitions for children and their families in to full-day kindergarten programs.

 
8/18/2014
Understanding Deafblindness and the Intervener
4240-UDB2014
Presenter/Facilitator:Dr. Jerry Petroff
Participants:Administrators, Teachers of Deaf/HH and Blind/Visually Impaired, Principals, O&M, OT, PT, DAPE, Speech & Language, Interpreters, Parents
Building/Organization:Pavilion
Room:Holiday Inn
Address:8511 Hudson Blvd.
City:Lake Elmo, MN 55042

Start Date:8/20/2014
Time(s):9:00-3:30
Additional Information:Registration begins at 8:30. American Sign Language interpreters will be provided. RID and Administrative CEUs available. Lunch provided from 11:30-12:30. This event is co-sponsored by Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District and the Minnesota DeafBlind Project.
Funding for this activity is made possible with a grant from the MN Department of Education. The source of the funds is from federal award - Project Title: State technical assistance Projects to Improve Services for Children who are DeafBlind, CFDA 84.326T of PL 105-17 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Registration Deadline: 8/5/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 8/5/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Deanna Rothbauer
deanna.rothbauer@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Jay Fehrman
jay.fehrman@nemetro.k12.mn.us
Fee: 0.00
Description:
Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District and the Minnesota DeafBlind Project are co-sponsoring a workshop designed to provide participants with information about deafblindness and the role of the intervener. This interactive workshop will explain the impact of deafblindness on communication, cognition, learning and social/emotional development. The role of the intervener in educational settings will be outlined and the importance of collaboration with team members will be discussed.

American Sign Language Interpreters will be provided.

 
8/20/2014
Don’t be Mad If I Don’t Look; Accommodating Students who are Hard of Hearing
4210-SpEd_InterpDHHAug27_14
Presenter/Facilitator:Corey Axelrod
Participants:Minnesota Educational ASL Interpreters
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills MN 55112

Start Date:8/27/2014
Time(s):8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Registration Check-In 8:00
Additional Information:.55 RID hours provided by CATIE Center
Funding for this workshop is made possible with a grant from the MN Department of Education. The source of the funds is federal award Special Education – Programs to States, CFDA 84.027A.
Registration Deadline: 8/22/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 8/22/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Dolly Carr
dolly.carr@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Kathy Pittelko
kathy.pittelko@metroecsu.org
Fee: $30
Description:
This workshop is designed for all interpreters and will establish the foundation for a needed paradigm shift in how sign language interpreters can best support the unique needs of students who are hard of hearing.

Workshop will be presented in ASL.

Corey Axelrod is hard of hearing since birth and fourth generation with a hearing loss in his family. Corey earned his bachelor’s degree in business management and master’s in business administration (MBA) from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Corey currently is an account executive with Communication Services for the Deaf (CSD).


 
8/27/2014
Administration of the Woodcock-Johnson IV Test of Achievement and Tests of Oral Language
4210-SpEd_WJ_IVSept11_14
Presenter/Facilitator:Dr. Milton J. Dehn
Participants:Region 11 Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Special Education Administrators
Building/Organization:MN Department of Education
Room:Conference Center A, Room 13
Address:1500 Hwy. 36 West
City:Roseville MN 55113

Start Date:9/11/2014
Time(s):8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Registration Check-in 8:00
Funding for this workshop is made possible with a grant from the MN Department of Education. The source of the funds is federal award Special Education – Programs to States, CFDA 84.027A.
Registration Deadline: 9/9/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 9/9/2014
Sorry, this event is full
Contact - Registration Questions: Dolly Carr
dolly.carr@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Jan Parkman
Jan.Parkman@metroecsu.org
Fee: $75
Description:
This workshop teaches administration, scoring, and interpretation of all of the tests of achievement, with emphasis on the new tests and the changes from the WJ III. All administration and scoring details will be reviewed, followed by modeling of the procedures on video, and an opportunity for participants to practice scoring. There will also be an emphasis on interpretation of the test results. Tests from the WJ IV Oral Language battery will also be reviewed, with emphasis on the tests most applicable to a learning disability assessment.

Dr. Milton J. Dehn, NCSP, is a nationally recognized expert on psychoeducational assessment and children’s memory problems. A former school psychology professor, Dr. Dehn is now a private practice school psychologist and the program director for Schoolhouse Educational Services. He has authored books on cognitive and memory assessment, and is the author of a psychological test and test-scoring software.

 
9/11/2014
Administration of the Woodcock-Johnson IV Test of Achievement and Tests of Oral Language
4210-SpEd_WJ_IVSept12_14
Presenter/Facilitator:Dr. Milton J. Dehn
Participants:Region 11 Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, Special Education Administrators
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112

Start Date:9/12/2014
Time(s):8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Registration check-in 8:00
Funding for this workshop is made possible with a grant from the MN Department of Education. The source of the funds is federal award Special Education – Programs to States, CFDA 84.027A.
Registration Deadline: 9/10/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 9/10/2014
Sorry, this event is full
Contact - Registration Questions: Dolly Carr
dolly.carr@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Jan Parkman
Jan.Parkman@metroecsu.org
Fee: $75
Description:
This workshop teaches administration, scoring, and interpretation of all of the tests of achievement, with emphasis on the new tests and the changes from the WJ III. All administration and scoring details will be reviewed, followed by modeling of the procedures on video, and an opportunity for participants to practice scoring. There will also be an emphasis on interpretation of the test results. Tests from the WJ IV Oral Language battery will also be reviewed, with emphasis on the tests most applicable to a learning disability assessment.

Dr. Milton J. Dehn, NCSP, is a nationally recognized expert on psychoeducational assessment and children’s memory problems. A former school psychology professor, Dr. Dehn is now a private practice school psychologist and the program director for Schoolhouse Educational Services. He has authored books on cognitive and memory assessment, and is the author of a psychological test and test-scoring software.

 
9/12/2014
Accelerating Achievement: The Promise of Standards-Based IEPs
4210-SpEd_AccelAchieveSept29_14
Presenter/Facilitator:Billie A. McQuillan and Jan Parkman
Participants:Region 11 Special Education Staff
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills MN 55112

Start Date:9/29/2014
Time(s):8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Registration check-in 8:00
Funding for this workshop is made possible with a grant from the MN Department of Education. The source of the funds is federal award Special Education – Programs to States, CFDA 84.027A.
Registration Deadline: 9/25/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 9/25/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Dolly Carr
dolly.carr@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Jan Parkman
Jan.Parkman@metroecsu.org
Fee: $40
Description:
This presentation will include an opportunity to explore Minnesota’s State Standards for English-Language Arts as well as a discussion of how these standards can be used as a framework for developing IEP goals and planning instruction to accelerate student learning.

Participants will develop a deeper understanding of:

The underlying intent of the ELA standards, grade level expectations, how they can accelerate learning for all students, and how learning progresses across grades

Prioritizing standards based upon the needs of individual students, developing a comprehensive Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (PLAAFP), and developing goals and objectives that link to the standards and the instructional needs of the student that will accelerate the achievement of special education students.


 
9/29/2014
Machine Guarding Workshop
8600-H&S_MG_10/6/14
Presenter/Facilitator:Frank Schmidt
Participants:industrial arts,maintenance,shop,custodial
Building/Organization:St Cloud Civic Center
Room:St Cloud
Address:10 Fourth Avenue South
City:St Cloud, MN 56301

Start Date:10/6/2014
Time(s):8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Additional Information:Check in starts at 8:00
Registration Deadline: 10/6/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 10/3/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
612-638-1512
Contact - Program Questions: Mike Weigel
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Fee: $175
Description:
Discussion of OSHA regulations, proper machine guarding on shop equipment, preventive maintenance, inform shop instructors what they must do to provide a safe environment, session can be charged to 352 Health & Safety.

 
10/6/2014
Leading in a Culture of Change
6970-MPAFullan_PM__follow-up
Presenter/Facilitator:Michael Fullan
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:TIES
Room:TBD
Address:1667 Snelling Ave. N.
City:St. Paul, MN 55108

Start Date:10/7/2014
Time(s):12:00 - 2:00 pm
Additional Information:Only offered after AM
A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 10/1/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 10/6/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $30
Description:
Implication & application: Take this opportunity to process the workshop content & think through implications & applications for your district.

 
10/7/2014
Leading in a Culture of Change
6970-MPAFullan_10/7/2014
Presenter/Facilitator:Michael Fullan
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:TIES
Room:Grand Hall
Address:1667 Snelling Ave. N.
City:St. Paul, MN 55108

Start Date:10/7/2014
Time(s):8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Additional Information:Two half-day sessions are offered - morning or afternoon.
A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 10/1/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 10/6/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $125 MPA members over Tier/$175 non MPA members
Description:
The role of principal as instructional leaders has become either too vague or too specific, and in either case is not amenable to maximizing impact on student learning. Examine the basis for this critique. See how principals can play a more indirect, but explicit role to maximize impact on what teachers do to improve student learning. Explore how leaders can improve their skills and competencies to become more effective in fostering positive movement that improves student achievement results.


 
10/7/2014
Can You Spell That Please?
4210-SpEd_Spell_InterpOct9_14
Presenter/Facilitator:Patty Gordon and Jey Fehrman
Participants:MN ASL Educational Interpreters, Signing EAs AND Teachers of the Deaf/HH. Please come as a district team.
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112

Start Date:10/9/2014
Time(s):5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Check-in & supper: 4:15-5:00
Additional Information:St. Catherine University is an approved RID sponsor for continuing education activities. This program is offered for .2 CEUs and assumes some knowledge of the topic.
Presenters Bio. Funding for this workshop is made possible with a grant from the MN Department of Education. The source of the funds is federal award Special Education – Programs to States, CFDA 84.027A.
Registration Deadline: 10/6/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 10/6/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Dolly Carr
dolly.carr@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Kathy Pittelko
kathy.pittelko@metroecsu.org
Fee: $15
Description:
The focus of this workshop is to work together on strengthening the use of fingerspelling with Deaf/Hard of Hearing students. We will focus on a few key ideas related to the use of fingerspelling in the classroom setting. This will be done through a combination of lecture and small group discussion. Teachers, Signing EA’s and Interpreters will begin to collaborate on strategies of fingerspelling appropriately as part of a D/HH student’s linguistic development and as a means to access academic content. Facilitators will introduce each objective and pose a question for participants to discuss in small groups. Some summary information will be gleaned from the groups and the next objective will be introduced. Participants will be provided with a summary and a list of resources after the workshop concludes.


 
10/9/2014
Accelerating Achievement: The Promise of Standards-Based IEPs Part II
4210-SpEd_AccelAchievPart2Oct27_14
Presenter/Facilitator:Billie A. McQuillan and Jan Parkman
Participants:Region 11 Special Education staff who have completed Accelerating Achievement Standards-Based IEP workshop part I.
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:1st Floor Training Room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills MN 55112

Start Date:10/27/2014
Time(s):8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Registration check-in 8:00
Additional Information:Funding for this workshop is made possible with a grant from the MN Department of Education. The source of the funds is federal award Special Education – Programs to States, CFDA 84.027A.
Registration Deadline: 10/23/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 10/23/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Dolly Carr
dolly.carr@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Jan Parkman
Jan.Parkman@metroecsu.org
Fee: $40
Description:
This presentation is designed as a follow up session for participants who have attended “Accelerating Achievement: the Promise of Promise of Standards-Based IEPs”. In this session, participants are encouraged to bring some of their own student files to work on during the day. We will provide some structured support and a sample case study to illustrate how to for prioritize standards, develop a comprehensive PLAAFP, analyze the instructional gap, determine instructional priorities and develop goals and objectives for students. We will provide some review as well the opportunity to think deeper about MN ELA standards and developing Standards-Based IEPs and effective instruction for students.
Participants will have time and support to:
• Develop a comprehensive PLAAFP for several students, including prioritizing standards to address
• Analyze the instructional gap for these students in order to determine instructional priorities to narrow this gap
• Develop Goals and objectives to address these needs/priorities
• Plan for effectively meeting these instructional needs


 
10/27/2014
Teaching and Engaging With the Brain in Mind
6970-MPA_Jensen_10/28/14
Presenter/Facilitator:Eric Jensen
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:TIES
Room:Grand Hall
Address:1667 Snelling Ave N
City:St Paul, Mn 55108

Start Date:10/28/2014
Time(s):8:30 am 3:00 pm
Additional Information:All day session
A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices. Each group member should enter ind. registration and place "Team Leader Name" in the PO Number: box, last name first.
Registration Deadline: 10/20/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 10/20/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: MPA members $150 ea. or team of 5 $650 non MPA members $220 ea. or team of 5 $1000
Description:
This session is intended for leaders and teacher teams. Jensen will present connections between recent brain research and student motivation. He will suggest effective strategies and ways to replicate those best practices in your school.

Brains can and do change for the better or worse, strong teaching trumps home life, mindsets for better teaching and learning, school climate and instructional climate matter more than you though and cognitive capacity can be built.

Team planning will be provided to work through implications and applications.


 
10/28/2014
Unlicensed Electrical Training
8600-HSElec_11/17/14
Presenter/Facilitator:Eric Olson Ryan Electric
Participants:custodians, maintenance staff, boiler operators any staff that would do repair
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:conference room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112


Start Date:11/17/2014
Time(s):8:30 am - 10:30 am
You will have to register on the Department of Labor website https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx if you do not have a license number before the workshop. $10 invoicing fee applies to all invoices
Registration Deadline: 11/14/2014
Cancellation Deadline: 11/14/2014
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Mike Weigel
mjweigel@aol.ocm
Fee: $50
Description:
The state requires that anyone doing electrical work of any kind must be licensed. Anyone can apply and be registered as an “unlicensed electrician.” However, there are restrictions as to what they are allowed to do. The one that is attractive to schools is using the “unlicensed” person to do repair work only. They can do repairs or replacement of existing equipment as long as they do it under a contractor’s license. There is no limit to the number of people who can take the required 2 hour training.

Please make sure that you fill out the Unlicensed Electrician Application on the Department of Labor & Industry website at this link https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx . You will need your license number when you take the class.

 
11/17/2014
Unlicensed Electrical Training
8600-HSElect_1/12/15
Presenter/Facilitator:Eric Olson Ryan Electric
Participants:custodians, maintenance staff, boiler operators any staff that would do repair
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:conference room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112


Start Date:1/12/2015
Time(s):8:30 am - 10:30 am
You will have to register on the Department of Labor website https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx if you do not have a license number. A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 1/9/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 1/9/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Mike Weigel
mjweigel@aol.ocm
Fee: $50
Description:
The state requires that anyone doing electrical work of any kind must be licensed. Anyone can apply and be registered as an “unlicensed electrician.” However, there are restrictions as to what they are allowed to do. The one that is attractive to schools is using the “unlicensed” person to do repair work only. They can do repairs or replacement of existing equipment as long as they do it under a contractor’s license. There is no limit to the number of people who can take the required 2 hour training.

Please make sure that you fill out the Unlicensed Electrician Application on the Department of Labor & Industry website at this link https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx . You will need your license number when you take the class.

 
1/12/2015
Four Critical Behaviors of Transformational Leader
6970-MPAMuhammad_1/14/2015
Presenter/Facilitator:Anthony Muhammad
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:TIES
Room:Grand Hall
Address:1667 Snelling Ave. N.
City:St. Paul, MN 55108

Start Date:1/14/2015
Time(s):8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Additional Information:Two half-day sessions are offered - morning or afternoon.
A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 1/9/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 1/9/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $125 MPA members over Tier/$175 non MPA members
Description:
Gain insight on the age-old battle of getting staff buy-in on school improvement initiatives. Understand the root causes of staff resistance to change. Acquire a clear understanding of the problem and concrete strategies that will improve your school culture. Understand the factors that lead to the formation of healthy and toxic cultures. Focus on the leader’s role in shaping school culture through emphasis on communication, trust building, capacity and competency building, and fair, universal accountability. Presentation based on a new book coming in 2015, Four Critical Behaviors of a Transformational School Leader.




 
1/14/2015
Four Critical Behaviors of Transformational Leader
6970-MPAMuhammad_PM_follow-up
Presenter/Facilitator:Anthony Muhammad
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:TIES
Room:TBD
Address:1667 Snelling Ave. N.
City:St. Paul, MN 55108

Start Date:1/14/2015
Time(s):12:00 - 2:00 pm
Additional Information:Only offered after AM
A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 1/9/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 1/9/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $30
Description:
Implication & application: Take this opportunity to process the workshop content & think through implications & applications for your district.




 
1/14/2015
Unlicensed Electrical Training
8600-HSElect_2/9/15
Presenter/Facilitator:Eric Olson Ryan Electric
Participants:custodians, maintenance staff, boiler operators any staff that would do repair
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:conference room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112


Start Date:2/9/2015
Time(s):8:30 am - 10:30 am
You will have to register on the Department of Labor website https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx if you do not have a license number. A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 2/6/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 2/6/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Mike Weigel
mjweigel@aol.ocm
Fee: $50
Description:
The state requires that anyone doing electrical work of any kind must be licensed. Anyone can apply and be registered as an “unlicensed electrician.” However, there are restrictions as to what they are allowed to do. The one that is attractive to schools is using the “unlicensed” person to do repair work only. They can do repairs or replacement of existing equipment as long as they do it under a contractor’s license. There is no limit to the number of people who can take the required 2 hour training.

Please make sure that you fill out the Unlicensed Electrician Application on the Department of Labor & Industry website at this link https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx . You will need your license number when you take the class.

 
2/9/2015
Unlicensed Electrical Training
8600-HSElect_3/16/15
Presenter/Facilitator:Eric Olson Ryan Electric
Participants:custodians, maintenance staff, boiler operators any staff that would do repair
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:conference room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112


Start Date:3/16/2015
Time(s):8:30 am - 10:30 am
You will have to register on the Department of Labor website https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx if you do not have a license number. A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 3/13/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 3/13/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Mike Weigel
mjweigel@aol.ocm
Fee: $50
Description:
The state requires that anyone doing electrical work of any kind must be licensed. Anyone can apply and be registered as an “unlicensed electrician.” However, there are restrictions as to what they are allowed to do. The one that is attractive to schools is using the “unlicensed” person to do repair work only. They can do repairs or replacement of existing equipment as long as they do it under a contractor’s license. There is no limit to the number of people who can take the required 2 hour training.

Please make sure that you fill out the Unlicensed Electrician Application on the Department of Labor & Industry website at this link https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx . You will need your license number when you take the class.

 
3/16/2015
Unlicensed Electrical Training
8600-HSElect_4/13/15
Presenter/Facilitator:Eric Olson Ryan Electric
Participants:custodians, maintenance staff, boiler operators any staff that would do repair
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:conference room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112


Start Date:4/13/2015
Time(s):8:30 am - 10:30 am
You will have to register on the Department of Labor website https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx if you do not have a license number. A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 4/10/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 4/10/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Mike Weigel
mjweigel@aol.ocm
Fee: $50
Description:
The state requires that anyone doing electrical work of any kind must be licensed. Anyone can apply and be registered as an “unlicensed electrician.” However, there are restrictions as to what they are allowed to do. The one that is attractive to schools is using the “unlicensed” person to do repair work only. They can do repairs or replacement of existing equipment as long as they do it under a contractor’s license. There is no limit to the number of people who can take the required 2 hour training.

Please make sure that you fill out the Unlicensed Electrician Application on the Department of Labor & Industry website at this link https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx . You will need your license number when you take the class.

 
4/13/2015
Leadership for Standards-based Grading: Mindsets, Myth-busting, and Shifting Culture
6970-MPAWormeli_4/17/2015
Presenter/Facilitator:Rick Wormeli
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:TIES
Room:Grand Hall
Address:1667 Snelling Ave. N.
City:St. Paul, MN 55108

Start Date:4/17/2015
Time(s):8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Additional Information:Two half-day sessions are offered - morning or afternoon
A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 4/10/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 4/14/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $125 MPA members over Tier/$175 non MPA members
Description:
Critical mass is rising: Grades need to have integrity. Teachers say their grades indicate student performance against curriculum standards, but do they really? And what about all these diverse students – How do we grade them fairly? Join us for an unusually candid presentation on standards-based grading with emphasis on the leadership needed to help teachers develop constructive grading practices that truly advance student learning.




 
4/17/2015
Leadership for Standards-based Grading: Mindsets, Myths-busting, and Shifting Culture
6970-MPAWormeli_PM_follow-up
Presenter/Facilitator:Anthony Muhammad
Participants:Principals and other educators
Building/Organization:TIES
Room:TBD
Address:1667 Snelling Ave. N.
City:St. Paul, MN 55108

Start Date:4/17/2015
Time(s):12:00 - 2:00 pm
Additional Information:Only offered after AM
A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 4/10/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 4/14/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Julie Frame
julie.frame@metroecsu.org
Fee: $30
Description:
Implication & application: Take this opportunity to process the workshop content & think through implications & applications for your district.




 
4/17/2015
Unlicensed Electrical Training
8600-HSElect_5/18/15
Presenter/Facilitator:Eric Olson Ryan Electric
Participants:custodians, maintenance staff, boiler operators any staff that would do repair
Building/Organization:Metro ECSU
Room:conference room
Address:2 Pine Tree Drive
City:Arden Hills, MN 55112


Start Date:5/18/2015
Time(s):8:30 am - 10:30 am
You will have to register on the Department of Labor website https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx if you do not have a license number. A $10 processing fee applies to all invoices.
Registration Deadline: 5/15/2015
Cancellation Deadline: 5/15/2015
Contact - Registration Questions: Cindy Bernier
cindy.bernier@metroecsu.org
Contact - Program Questions: Mike Weigel
mjweigel@aol.ocm
Fee: $50
Description:
The state requires that anyone doing electrical work of any kind must be licensed. Anyone can apply and be registered as an “unlicensed electrician.” However, there are restrictions as to what they are allowed to do. The one that is attractive to schools is using the “unlicensed” person to do repair work only. They can do repairs or replacement of existing equipment as long as they do it under a contractor’s license. There is no limit to the number of people who can take the required 2 hour training.

Please make sure that you fill out the Unlicensed Electrician Application on the Department of Labor & Industry website at this link https://secure.doli.state.mn.us/license/initialapp.aspx . You will need your license number when you take the class.

 
5/18/2015