Initial Educator Support (Title IIA)
This consortium provides school districts with administrative and programmatic consultation along with specific assistance in the areas of applications as defined under Title IIA: Building Systems of Support for Excellent Teaching and Leading. The Title IIA Program services provides participating districts with up to date communication related to Title II, Part A requirements of increased student achievement, improving the quality and effectiveness of teachers, principals, and other school leaders, and to provide low-income and minority students greater access to effective teachers, principals, and other school leaders.
Educator Licensure: With the focus of Title IIA funding on Highly Qualified Teachers and Principals, the Title IIA Consortium supports districts as they work with PI-34.17 (2) (b) licensure requirements to address the district level components of the legislation.
Initial Educator Series: CESA #11 provides a four-day series spread out during the school year to support teachers in their first few years of teaching. Initial Educators focus on four key areas: instructional practices (academic & behavior), assessment practices, equity strategies in diverse classrooms, and educator effectiveness.
Mentor Training and Support: CESA #11 provides regional mentoring trainings twice each year with district level resources available through the CCNS professional resource collection.
Universal Design for Learning: Regional training for schools interested in differentiating core curriculum using the principles of Universal Design for Learning. The UDL training series will provide schools a blueprint to create instructional goals, methods, materials and assessments that work for all students.
Teacher Leadership Training: Support seminars are offered to foster the development of strong teacher leaders, collaboration, and effective school leadership teams. Topics include principal and teacher collaboration, school vision and culture, and implementation strategies for new initiatives.
ParaEducator Training: CESA #11 offers regional training's to support paraeducators. Sample topics may include relationship building, confidentiality, engagement and student behavior management, intervention strategies, and role responsibilities.
Baldwin-Woodville • Birchwood • Boyceville • Cameron • Clayton • Clear Lake • Ellsworth • Elmwood • Glenwood City • Grantsburg • Hudson • Osceola •
Pepin • Plum City • Prairie Farm • River Falls • St. Croix Central • St. Croix Falls • Shell Lake • Siren • Somerset • Spooner • Spring Valley • Turtle Lake •