Smart Lab Has Great Impact In Its First Year At LaMoure

LaMoure principals share their Year 1 experiences with the SmartLab On Nov. 14, LaMoure principals Andrew DelaBarre (secondary) and Denise Musland (elementary) shared their experience and insight on bringing a SmartLab into their district with other South East Education Cooperative principals. LaMoure, with access to an old, available ITD room, chose to bring a SmartLab to the…
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Being Part Of The Solution

Meet the SEEC Governing Board: Lori Carlson, Barnes County North School  Board Member As a school board  member for 15 years, Lori Carlson has definitely shown a passion to putting forth effort to help make positive impacts on student education. Her work flows outside the borders of her representative school district, Barnes County North, with…
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West Fargo STEM Academy Reaches Over 50 Students Grades 5-8

Over the past four years, West Fargo School District teachers have written for grant funding to support a summer STEM Academy for their students. Each year’s programming has been a bit different to reflect the grant amounts and requirements, but all-in-all the Academy has created a place for professional development and student enrichment for both teachers…
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6th Annual RTI/MTSS Conference Deemed A Success With Max Capacity

On June 6-8, more than 420 educators from across the state filled the Fargo Holiday Inn for the 6th annual RTI/MTSS conference, making the 2016 conference the largest one to date. 20 breakout sessions featured topics such as MTSS behavior, CHAMPS training, differentiated instruction, formative assessment, culturally responsive classrooms, MTSS implementation, and more. Attendees also got to…
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One-to-One Computing In Schools

By Haley Gabel, SEEC Communications Intern Today, almost everywhere you look, people are using electronic devices. Whether people are talking on their cell phone, checking emails on a laptop, or even playing games on an iPad, one thing is definitely true about today’s world- technology is everywhere. With the rise of technology, many schools are encouraging…
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I Think I Can. I Think I Can. I Thought I Could. I Thought I Could.

Mindset Matters by LaCosta Potter, SEEC Math Specialist  Perhaps “Watty Piper” knew of the power of a growth mindset when he authored the 1930’s classic, The Little Engine That Could.  Had Watty succumbed to the mindsets of the Shiny New Engine or the Rusty Old Engine, he may never have imagined that the Little Blue…
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5 Reasons To Consider Twitter For Teachers & Administrators

5 Reasons to Consider Twitter for Teachers & Administrators By Alison Zima, SEEC Communications Coordinator You’ve all heard about Twitter and who is using what hashtag for this or that, but have you used it? Have you looked into the benefits of potentially integrating it into your classroom OR maybe using it for networking and…
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