Upcoming NDU Events
For specific information and to register, please visit pd.ndunited.org.
ONLINE BOOK STUDIES
Book studies are typically one credit courses that last approximately six weeks. One credit equates to 15 hours of study. Expectations include reading the book, answering discussion questions, responding to others’ responses and a reflection paper/action plan.
• iGen: The 10 Trends Shaping Today’s Young People and the Nation – April 5, 2021
• Easy to Love, Difficult to Discipline: The 7 Basic Skills for Turning Conflict – May 3, 2021
• Leading a High Reliability School – April 19, 2021
• Pilgrim at Tinker Creek – April 26, 2021
• Empower: What Happens When
Students Own Their Learning – April 12, 2021
• A Framework for Understanding Poverty – May 10, 2021
Cost: Members $50; ESP $25; Student members $0; Non-Members $100 The cost associated with this registration is for course participation only.
This course is eligible for one graduate credit through UND at an additional cost of $50 per credit paid directly to UND.
Mini-Courses are short duration trainings that consist of a two-hour webinar presentation/discussion plus a short reflection paper. FIVE mini-course sessions plus reflection papers per session equal ONE credit. Earn up to THREE credits through UND. Mini-Courses will be offered weekly from 7:00-9:00 pm via ZOOM.
Racial Justice: (one credit) five sessions and reflection papers dealing with various aspects of racial justice.
March 24 – Talking about Race
March 31 – Privilege and Intersectionality
April 7 – Microaggressions and Tone Policing
April 14 – Educational Survival and the School to Prison Pipeline
April 21 – Abolitionist Teaching
Cost: Members $25; ESP $0; Student members $0; Non-Members $50 The cost associated with this registration is for course participation only. This course is eligible for one graduate credit through UND at an additional cost of $50 per credit paid directly to UND.