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Join the Colorado BOCES Association Food Cooperative.   For further information contact Tammie Rempe at tammie.rempe@gmail.com
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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Adams State University and the Colorado BOCES are joining forces to offer you the opportunity to receive college credit for your professional work.

In order to take advantage of this opportunity, you must have already registered, paid and attended the entire quarterly and/or annual conference.

Colorado BOCES Association Quarterly Conference Credit is available through Adams State University Web Registration page:
http://www.adams.edu/extended_studies/news/co-boces/co-boces.php




eNetColorado

Professional development budgets are tighter than ever as a result of the economy, forcing educational organizations to do more with less. As professional development for educators shifts from strictly face-to-face meetings to more online and blended (a combination of face-to-face and online) methods of delivery, professional development providers must build capacity to deliver quality online and blended PD. As technology evolves at a rapid pace, teachers need professional development to effectively engage students with emerging new technologies in the classroom. With states’ voluntary adoption of internationally-benchmarked Common Core standards, teachers need professional development that supports the transition to instruction aligned to new standards and assessments.

Contact:  Dan Morris at dan.morris@enetcolorado.org


The Colorado Department of Education

Improving the effectiveness of all educators


More than ever before, educators must meet the increasing demands of today’s rapidly shifting society. They deserve ongoing training and support to skillfully address new challenges and meet students’ needs.

The Colorado Department of Education provides regular professional development on a range of topics, allocates funding for school districts’ professional development and retention efforts, monitors and reports on educator working conditions, and recognizes outstanding educators.


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