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The MISIC team is posting resources for online and remote learning with students, as well as resources for teacher learning on our Facebook pageLiveBinders and this website. Follow us now to get resources during this COVID-19 health crisis. We are a TEAM!  We are here to help you through  these challenging times.  We CAN do this together.

*Note: The links the blue boxes to the left (except Professional Learning) are currently only available to MISIC members, but all remote learning resources are available to MISIC members and non-members.


News and Updates

Trauma-Sensitive Schools Workshop

Trauma-Sensitive Schools Workshop June 22-23 MISIC has partnered with Ms. Jen Alexander to offer one license renewal credit through her social-emotional workshop entitled Building Trauma Sensitive Schools on June 22 & 23. Jen Alexander is an experienced teacher, trainer, and author

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Return-to-Learn Resources

As districts work diligently to develop their re-opening or “return to learn” plans, we thought you might benefit from the re-opening plan of Jeffco schools in Colorado. Jason Glass, former Iowa Director of Education, is the superintendent at Jeffco. You can also

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Remote Student Engagement Strategies – Vol #2 & #3

As you’ve found yourself teaching in a distance-learning situation, especially as it has been foisted upon you by circumstance, you have probably discovered quickly that distance learning offers different challenges from face-to-face instruction. With these one page documents, you will find

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MISIC: Members Impacting Students; Improving Curriculum

We exist to support district leaders and teachers in building their confidence and capacity to design and deliver on a curriculum that prepares students for their futures.

In addition to teaching and learning materials, the consortium offers its members schools several different workshops on using data to create changes in classroom instruction. Consortium members are involved in helping build better testing system and instructional practices in statewide as well as national efforts. Members work closely with AEA personnel to impact instructional practice and to help teachers make informed instructional decisions.