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21CCLC Meaningful Out-of-School-Time Programs host Theater Week

In support of its efforts to promote community arts the South East Education Cooperative's MOST program contracts with Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre from Barrette, Minnesota to provide two professional actors to teach and rehearse with students to present a play at some of its rural sites. The week begins with auditions followed by students receiving... Continue Reading →

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Creating Professional Learning Networks, Discovering New Content, and Growing Professionally

Creating Professional Learning Networks, Discovering New Content, and Growing Professionally Welcome back to the last installment of the Digital Skills for Teachers for the 2017-2018 school year! I would like to congratulate you for sticking it out with me this far, and for all of the effort you have put in throughout the year to... Continue Reading →

ND Educators Come Together To Prioritize Standards, Create Proficiency Scales And Sample Assessments for ELA And Math Across All Grades K-12 

ND Educators Come Together to Prioritize Standards, Create Proficiency Scales and Sample Assessments for ELA and Math Across All Grades K-12 A collaborative Standards Professional Learning grant was awarded to four Regional Education Associations (Northeast Education Services Cooperative (NESC), South East Education Cooperative (SEEC), Mid-Dakota Education Cooperative (MDEC), and Missouri River Education Cooperative (MREC) through the ND Department of Public Instruction and has activated nearly 200 educators/individuals in 74 schools across 46* districts/organizations in ND to: Build awareness, understanding, and implementation of the 2017 North Dakota Content Standards... Continue Reading →

Jamestown High School Career Literacy Day

On April 12, 2018, SEEC was able to support a successful Jamestown High School Career Literacy Day through its partnership with the HESS Corporation. A morning breakfast with over 40 community presenters was followed by presentations about their careers to 650 students! In the afternoon, juniors and seniors volunteered to go to five different major employers in... Continue Reading →

Digital Skills: Creating Digital Portfolios

Welcome back!  It’s April (although lately, it has still been feeling like we are stuck in January) which means that the school year is winding down. As you and your students start to prepare for the flurry of end-of-year assignments, projects, and tests, it’s important to recognize the progress and growth that your students have shown... Continue Reading →

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