Belfer National Conference for Educators
Designed to support accurate, meaningful teaching about the Holocaust, the Belfer National Conference for Educators is the US Holocaust Memorial Museum’s flagship event for secondary school educators across the country. The conference invites participants to engage with current historical research and instructional best practices. Educators discover and learn how to use various classroom resources, find inspiration in new ideas, and connect with peers engaged in similar work across the United States and worldwide.
OPI Teacher Learning Hub 2022-2023 Course Catalog
View the full OPI Teacher Learning Hub 2022-2023 Catalog by clicking this link.
Introduction to Rural and Tribal Counselor Ethics
Rural and tribal communities and schools in Montana face unique ethical dilemmas. Mental health professionals who work in these communities need to know how to recognize and take action when situations arise, and how to handle them in an ethical manner. This course will go over possible ethical situations that are unique to rural and ethical communities, and how to maintain good ethical standards in order to protect the well being of their students, their community, and themselves.
This course is for all educators, with a focus on counselors.
Created by Miranda Griffis, former OPI Rural Mental Health Pathways Program Manager
How to Enroll: Visit Introduction to Rural and Tribal Counselor Ethics on the Teacher Learning Hub
Montana ACTE Online Learning Center for CTE Professionals
Whether you are looking for engaging professional development or a more convenient way to obtain continuing education credits and advance your career, our online courses are designed for you. We offer an array of topics that focus on effective and proven teaching and leading strategies.
- Over 150 self-paced online courses
- Each course provides 4 hours of continuing education
- Large selection of free resources
Please visit the Montana ACTE Online Learning Center website to learn more!
Navigating the Other Side of Teaching
This course emphasizes environmental, educational, and social demands that influence daily decisions educators make involving ethics, relationships, and cybertraps. Many of these decisions conflict with personal, organizational, technological, and social factors. Poor decisions — no matter how well-intentioned — may result in adverse consequences.
This course is for professional development only and will not be used for any other purpose. It is intended to build an educator’s knowledge and confidence in dealing with education-based ethical decisions.
How to Enroll: Visit Navigating the Other Side of Teaching on the Teacher Learning Hub
Welcome to Our School! An Introduction for Substitute/Guest Teachers
This course will address professionalism, legal aspects, classroom management, and strategies to successfully serve as a substitute or guest teacher. It is designed to meet the three-hour training requirement described in Administrative Rules of Montana 10.55.716.
This course is designed to meet the three-hour training requirement described in Administrative Rules of Montana 10.55.716. The majority of the content of this course was developed by the Northwest Montana Educational Cooperative. The Teacher Learning Hub is deeply appreciative of their willingness to share their expertise and content!
Upon completion of all of the required course activities, you will be able to download and print your OPI renewal units form from the course. You will also be able to print a completion certificate. Please deliver the completion certificate to the school administration to provide evidence of completion for this required training.