Updated: Jun 21, 2018
Continuing Education for School Safety Conference
Information Session: Thursday, June 21st, 2018
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM - Professional CEU's and Credit Instruction, Dr. Tabby Rabenberg, Ed.D., Bismarck Public Schools (Only for those seeking CEU's and/or Credit at NDSU, VCSU, or UND)
NDSU Distance and Continuing Education CEU's for Counseling and Social Work - $10 fee required to register your 15 contact hours: http://ndsu.me/dceceureg or send in form by mail (Available at conference)
NDSU Professional Development Credit - $50 credit fee + $30 instructor fee, assigned reflection paper required Registration link:https://www.ndsu.edu/dce//k-12/info/17851
Graduate Credit at Valley City State University - $50 credit fee + $30 instructor fee, and assigned reflection paper required. Registration link: http://www.vcsu.edu/extend/vp.htm?p=1618Graduate
Credit at University of North Dakota - $50 credit fee + $30 instructor fee, and assigned reflection paper required. Registration link: https://register.und.edu/learning/jsp/session.jsp?sessionId=PDE.18.0271&courseId=TL.2018.NDSSC&categoryId=10034
Instructor of Record: Dr. Tabby Rabenberg, Principal - Horizon Middle School, Bismarck Public Schools - 500 Ash Coulee Drive, Bismarck, ND 58503
***If you paid $80 when you registered for credit, you do NOT need to send Dr. Rabenberg a check - if you paid $50, you will need to send a $30 check payable to Tabby Rabenberg***
Reflection Paper Guidelines:
▪3-4 pages (no more, please)
▪APA or MLA format
Suggested Guidance Questions
What parts of the conference did I find most relevant to the work with youth I am doing now? Why?
What were some of the most powerful learning moments and what made them so?
Describe some of the barriers and gaps this training helped me identify within my own school, agency or organization. How can I apply this training to remedy those?
What questions did this training leave me with?
What resources do I have available in my own community, school, or organization to collaborate with to improve school/youth safety? How might I start that process?
What have I learned about myself through this training and experience?
What did you learn from this conference that you can you implement in your school next year?