Face to Face Workshops

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Go Go GImkit

TILT leaders will share with you what Gimkit can be for your class. You will leave with at least one activity you can do with your students and great ideas for getting Gimkit going in your classes.

Go Guardian

This is a blended course where you will learn and earn on your own using Go Guardian University and then meet for a collaborative session to discuss best practices. There will be several options for the collaborative session.

MS Mondays

These will be hosted by middle school mentors, district leaders, and TIS. Every second Monday of the month we will host a session specifically for middle school new hires. Click here for full details. Reach out to your mentor or a TIS with questions.

Jump Start

This three-day intense workshop is to learn about the five core propositions and the architecture of teaching while navigating the evidence required to demonstrate National Board certification. The live Montana event will be in Billings this summer of 2022 and led by many of our Billings TILT teachers. If you are planning to pursue certification this is for you.

*To earn trade credit fill out a PIR special request

August 2-3, 2022

mcce tech summit

Join MCCE for two days of learning and collaboration. We hope that you will be able to not only get ready for the school year, but also to work with other teachers to share your ideas and passions in these hands-on sessions. Earn up to 12 OPI renewal units.

August 9th, 2:00-3:00pm

Mazevo Coffee Conference Room


​BPS teachers Michelle Lang and Kristy Brammer are co-hosting a Seesaw Meetup here in Billings! Seesaw Meetups are a NEW opportunity for all educators to build connections, elevate their learning, and find a supportive Seesaw community in your part of the world. We hope you’ll join us for this in-person event! Connect with other local educators and get ideas/support for the upcoming year. Register for FREE - no credit is offered for this event.

2022 Dates TBD


This workshop is for anyone with a Newline board in their classroom, or who expects to have one this fall. We will discuss basics of using your Newline board, as well as share best practices and ideas from other teachers and give opportunities for hands-on exploration. Three sections are offered: K-3, 3-8 and 6-12. This is the same training, just offered by grade band so examples & ideas shared are relevant to your classroom.