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Future Ready Data and Privacy

1 Tagline which describes the focus of work in this area Advocates for Student Privacy   Advocates for Student Privacy OUTCOME: Teaches and promotes student data privacy through their instruction and role as educational leaders. Sample Strategies ~Parent training on privacy, digital citizenship and online safety ~Regular lessons on digital...
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Future Ready Nebraska Council

(Shown in Alphabetical order) Dorann Avey, Digital Learning, Nebraska Department of Education Lucas Bingham, Director of Information Technology, Papillion LaVista Public Schools & NETA Web Coordinator Burke Brown, Technology Specialist, Palmyra Public Schools Jon Cerny, Superintendent, Bancroft-Rosalie Public Schools Ted DeTurk, Administrator, ESU 2 Fremont & NITC John Dunning, Chief...
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Future Ready Nebraska Project Resources

Below you will find all current Future Ready Nebraska Resources This is a statewide collaboration between the NDE, ESUs, school districts and educators with the goal to curate and create quality open educational resources that are aligned to Nebraska curriculum. VIEW The intention of the plan is to provide key...
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Future Ready Personalized Professional Development

1 Tagline which describes the focus of work in this area Facilitates Professional Learning   Facilitates Professional Learning OUTCOME: Leads professional learning to cultivate broader understanding of the skills that comprise success in a digital age (e.g., critical thinking, information literacy, digital citizenship, technology competencies, etc.) Sample Strategies ~Teach professional...
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Future Ready Robust Infrastructure

1 Tagline which describes the focus of the work in this area Ensures Equitable Digital Access   Ensures Equitable Digital Access OUTCOME: Provides and advocates for equitable access to connectivity, digital devices, information, resources, programming, and services in support of the district’s strategic vision. Sample Strategies for Future Ready Librarians...
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Future Ready Use of Space and Time

1 Tagline which describes the focus of work in this area Designs Collaborative Spaces     Designs Collaborative Spaces OUTCOME: Provides flexible spaces that promote inquiry, creativity, collaboration and community. Sample Strategies for Future Ready Librarians ~Reevaluate Makerspace design areas ~Replace old bookcases with shorter, mobile bookcases ~Purchase flexible seating...
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Go NAP SACC

   What is Go NAP SACC? From mealtime, to playtime, to story time, children have many opportunities each day to learn and practice healthy habits. Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care (Go NAP SACC) is a trusted process that helps child care centers and homes go the extra...
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Grants Management System

Users who are tasked with the management/oversight of their agency's grant applications and missed one of our District Administrator GMS Security Webinars can find resources below.   Grants Management System (GMS) Description and Purpose The GMS is a web-based system used by the Department for processing various grants and plans....
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HAL Funding Application

2021-2022 HAL Funding Application Window: AUGUST 1, 2021 - September 15, 2021 To access the HAL Funding Application, please visit the following: https://portal.education.ne.gov/site/DesktopDefault.aspx   Below are the instructions for filling out the application and an example HAL Plan (required for the application). 2021-2022 HAL Instructions Example HAL Plan High Ability...
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HAL Hacks: On-Demand Strategies

Welcome to High Ability Learner Hacks! This page contains short videos of strategies and best-practices for serving HAL students. Please feel free to share these clips, and email sheyanne.meandows@nebraska.gov if you have any questions. Independent Learning Contracts HAL and Perfectionism SEBL for HAL at the Core Quick Differentiation Strategies -...
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HAL/MTSS Pilot Project

Gifted and talented services are generally “one size fits all.” We know that gifted students are unique and have varying needs. Putting them into cookie-cutter gifted programs may not allow all students to reach their maximum potential and grow. Additionally, we do not often evaluate the effectiveness of interventions used for...
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Health Education

Health Education is a unique and separate academic discipline. It influences individual, family, and societal development, knowledge, attitudes and behavior and seeks the improvement of individual, family and community health. Health education helps individuals seek that which moves them toward optimal stages of wellness. It means also to aid individuals...
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Health Science

Career Pathways and Specialty Examples Health Informatics Workers occupy many different levels of health care related employment. This pathway includes health care administrators who manage health care agencies as well as those individuals who are responsible for managing all of the patient data and information, financial information, and computer applications...
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Heritage Speakers Programs

Research: Heritage speaker programs present language study of a “world” or “foreign language” to learners with a family heritage in that language. Here are some key points about heritage language study: HL students have acquired nearly 90% of the phonological system of a prestige dialect of their ancestral language. HL...
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High Ability Learners

High Ability Learners (HAL) Vision All gifted and talented students in Nebraska have meaningful opportunities for academic and personal growth commensurate with their abilities as well as career development to actualize their full potential and become lifelong learners who are college, career, and civic-ready. High Ability Learners (HAL) Mission Locally...
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High School Resource Materials

Best Resources Foreign Languages & The Literary in the Everyday: Helping Students to Make Meaning The Foreign Languages and the Literary in the Everyday (FLLITE) project  is an archive of literacy-based materials. It includes forum spaces for discussions between members of teaching communities and examples of how to integrate the...
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High School World Language Models

All secondary students must have access to a minimum of two years of world language study. There are many types of models schools can use depending on the needs and goals of the school and community. Dual Language Immersion Programs Dual language immersion programs provide content instruction in both English...
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HIV AIDS Education

Welcome to the HIV/Sexual Health Education  Homepage HIV/STD prevention and sexual health education is an essential component of students’ physical, social and emotional development. Comprehensive sexual health education programs ideally start in prekindergarten and continue through Grade 12. Programs that include age- and developmentally appropriate, medically accurate information on a...
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How Nebraska Businesses Support the Seal of Biliteracy

Nebraska businesses are encouraged to consider the Seal of Biliteracy as a measurement for student achievement in language learning and proficiency. Businesses may show their support for world language learning  and biliteracy by signing on to the Nebraska Seal of Biliteracy Letter of Support and by posting the "We Support...
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Human Sciences and Family and Consumer Sciences

Welcome to the Human Sciences & Education Website This Career Field consists of four clusters: Education & Training Family & Consumer Sciences Law, Public Safety and Security Government and Public Administration

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IEP Facilitation

NE IEP Facilitation Guide 2020x If you have questions or comments about the IEP Facilitation option, Contact Jamie L. Chambers at the Nebraska Department of Education: jamie.l.chambers@nebraska.gov or 531-207-9887.

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Information Systems Officer Preface

Message from Information System Officer, Dean Folkers: Greetings. If one were to think about the different ways technology has changed our everyday life it does not take very long to come to the realization that the world continues to change at a rapid pace.  The role of process, policy, and...
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Interactive Sites for Student Use or Teacher Professional Development

StudySpanish.com Site that offers practice with vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and more. No fee for use of the site. Universal Currency Converter Inspiration Software (Kidspiration) Download the interactive graphic organizer program for a free 30 day trial. WebQuest Searchable site of pre-designed interactive lessons for students. Transparent Language While this site...
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