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Mindfulness in Education Summer Institute

Thursday, June 29

8:00 AM

Webster Elementary School
425 Fifth St. N. E., Minneapolis

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    • Contact: Website

      Registration: Mindfulness in Education Summer Institute

      Description:
      The Center for Spirituality and Healing is hosting three days of professional learning and discussion on mindfulness research and practices to address urgent needs in schools. The Mindfulness in Education Summer Institute runs June 28-30 at Webster Elementary School in Minneapolis.

      Topics include the current state of mindfulness research, role of mindfulness in education, research-informed evaluation of available mindfulness programs and mindfulness, equity and culturally responsive practices. Continuing education credits are available upon completion. Scholarships are also available.

      • The $300 cost includes lunch all three days.
      • Learn more and register for this three-day event.
      • Registration limited to 100 participants
      • CEUs available to participants upon completion of the Institute

Mindfulness in Education Summer Institute

Wednesday, June 28

8:00 AM

Webster Elementary
425 Fifth St. N. E., Minneapolis

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    • Contact: Website

      Registration: Mindfulness in Education Summer Institute

      Description:
      The Center for Spirituality and Healing is hosting three days of professional learning and discussion on mindfulness research and practices to address urgent needs in schools. The Mindfulness in Education Summer Institute runs June 28-30 at Webster Elementary School in Minneapolis.

      Topics include the current state of mindfulness research, role of mindfulness in education, research-informed evaluation of available mindfulness programs and mindfulness, equity and culturally responsive practices. Continuing education credits are available upon completion. Scholarships are also available.

      • The $300 cost includes lunch all three days.
      • Learn more and register for this three-day event.
      • Registration limited to 100 participants
      • CEUs available to participants upon completion of the Institute

Core training MRA I

Wednesday, June 28

8:00 AM

Education Minnesota Windom office
560 Second Ave. N., Windom

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    • Contact: Alicia Entinger, 800-862-1176

      Registration: Core training MRA I

      Description:
      One of the indicators of a strong local is a diverse team of knowledgeable, well-trained elected and appointed leaders. That includes Member Rights Advocates, who deal directly with members to address their concerns, resolve their problems and enforce our contracts.

      This five-hour session explores the fundamentals of advocacy, valuing member concerns and managing conflict. The Advocacy Model is introduced. Learn more here.

      Host: Great Southwest United

DNR Summer Workshop

Wednesday, June 28

8:00 AM

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve
2660 Fawn Lake Drive N.E., Bethel

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    • Contact: Laura Duffey, 651-259-5263

      Registration: DNR Summer Workshop

      Description:

      Designed for grade 7-12 teachers, this workshop introduces the new Project Learning Tree (PLT) secondary module on forests and climate change. Module covers lessons on the history of climate science, how climate change affects our forests and ecosystems, how people are working to manage and adapt forests, carbon sequestration, assessing life cycles of forest products, and creating solutions for change. Engaging, hands-on PLT activities use trees and natural resources to engage students in science, math, English language arts, and social studies.

      Registration Fee: $20 - Participants get the PLT SE Forests and Climate Change secondary module, lunch, and 4.5 CEUs. Some activities may be outdoors, so dress for the weather.

Financial planning and retirement essentials workshop

Tuesday, June 27

9:30 AM

South Central College
1920 Lee Boulevard, North Mankato

Financial planning and retirement essentials workshop

Monday, June 26

9:30 AM

Minnesota West Community and Technical College
1450 Collegeway, Worthington

CLU Governing Board planning meeting

Monday, June 26

9:00 AM

Willmar Conference Center
240 23rd St. S.E., Willmar

DNR Summer Workshop

Wednesday, June 21

8:00 AM

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve
2660 Fawn Lake Drive N.E., Bethel

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    • Contact: Laura Duffey, 651-259-5263

      Registration: DNR Summer Workshop

      Description:

      Educators of grades K-8 are invited to a free workshop that introduces PLT environmental education lessons. Participants will get the PLT K-8 activity guide, lunch and six continuing education units.

      Participants get the PLT K-8 activity guide, lunch and six continuing education units.

Education Minnesota Central meeting

Tuesday, June 20

5:00 PM

The Finish Line Cafe
31924 125th St. N.W., Princeton

Emerging Leaders training

Thursday, June 15

8:30 AM

College of St. Benedict’s
850 Abbey Plaza, Collegeville

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    • Contact: Andrea Gross, 800-622-4971: ext. 2301

      Registration: Emerging Leaders training

      Description:
      This training is for newly emerging union members who are:

      • Interested in becoming leaders within their profession
      • Team players, eager to learn
      • Ready to develop their potential beyond the classroom
      • Committed to improving the profession
      • Ready to mobilize their fellow members

Emerging Leaders training

Wednesday, June 14

8:30 AM

College of St. Benedict’s
850 Abbey Plaza, Collegeville

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    • Contact: Andrea Gross, 800-622-4971: ext. 2301

      Registration: Emerging Leaders training

      Description:
      This training is for newly emerging union members who are:

      • Interested in becoming leaders within their profession
      • Team players, eager to learn
      • Ready to develop their potential beyond the classroom
      • Committed to improving the profession
      • Ready to mobilize their fellow members

Emerging Leaders training

Tuesday, June 13

12:00 PM

College of St. Benedict’s
850 Abbey Plaza, Collegeville

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    • Contact: Andrea Gross, 800-622-4971: ext. 2301

      Registration: Emerging Leaders training

      Description:
      This training is for newly emerging union members who are:

      • Interested in becoming leaders within their profession
      • Team players, eager to learn
      • Ready to develop their potential beyond the classroom
      • Committed to improving the profession
      • Ready to mobilize their fellow members

CLU Recognition dinner

Monday, June 12

5:30 PM

Willmar Conference Center
240 23rd St. S.E., Willmar

Core training MRA I

Monday, June 12

10:00 AM

Education Minnesota Bemidji office
677 Anne St., N.W., Bemidji

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    • Contact: Andrea Gross, 218-751-5957

      Registration: Core training MRA I

      Description:
      One of the indicators of a strong local is a diverse team of knowledgeable, well-trained elected and appointed leaders. That includes Member Rights Advocates, who deal directly with members to address their concerns, resolve their problems and enforce our contracts.

      This five-hour session explores the fundamentals of advocacy, valuing member concerns and managing conflict. The Advocacy Model is introduced. Learn more here.

      Lunch will be provided.

Core training CNP I for teachers

Monday, June 12

9:00 AM

Education Minnesota Mankato office
1961 Premier Drive, Suite 406, Mankato

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    • Contact: Donna Leff, 507-345-7500

      Registration: Core training CNP I for teachers

      Description:
      This training will help you and your local negotiating team acquire the knowledge and skills to lead your local to settlement. There are two versions: one tailored to education support professionals and one tailored to teachers. Certified negotiators are an asset to every local as we seek to bargain in these challenging times.

      Each part of the Certified Negotiator Program is five hours. Participants should complete both parts.

      Host: Minnesota Valley UniServ

MVU planning meeting

Wednesday, June 7

10:00 AM

Education Minnesota Mankato office
1961 Premier Drive, Suite 406, Mankato