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NEA-NH offers several conferences and workshops throughout the year to provide opportunities for members to increase their skills, learn new education concepts, and earn Professional Development credits.
Training Schedule for NEA-NH North Country Members !
The North Country Region is offering a series of professional development opportunities throughout the year. Location is dependent upon number of registrants and will be at either the NEA-NH Office in Littleton, Littleton High School, or the AHEAD building, Littleton, NH.
BULLYING: A SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUE
February 15, 2018 (this workshop is 5 to 7:00 PM)
Presenter: Maxine Mosley, Manchester School District
In the current cultural atmosphere of nationwide discontent and anger, and with the escalation of bullying
behaviors in our schools, it is critical that we re-examine what constitutes bullying and sexual harassment,
and how educators can impact students in helpful and positive ways to promote civility, kindness and
caring. Join the learning experience and discussion about what is happening to children and leave having
started to build your strategy tool box on current issues.
EDUCATORS AND FREE SPEECH
March 14, 2018 4:30 TO 6:30 PM
Presenter; Lauren Snow Chadwick, NEA NH Staff Attorney
Educators & Free Speech Issues (And What You Should Know About Social Media) This session gives
an overview of the common issues that arise in relation to educators’ free speech, including speech at
work, off duty conduct, and limits of regulating educator speech. You will learn the conditions under
which you do have the right to free speech and the conditions which limit your ability to speak freely as
an educator. In this workshop, we will also discuss the use of social media by educators. The session will
be interactive, so please bring your questions and the situations you would like to have clarified.
RSVP to Kris Fessenden, NEA-NH UniServ Assistant
firstname.lastname@example.org or at 715-9309