Erika Fehr, a general elementary school paraeducator in Helena, MT, talks about the virtue of patience and keeping that tranquil mindset in the classroom. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episode! NEA School Me Podcasts New to education? This podcast brings you advice from educators who have been there, done that. Get classroom management tips, lesson plan ideas, and other life-hacks to help inspire your career. Life Hacks, Tips, and Advice for New EducatorsNEA is dedicated to helping educators at every stage of
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.
Current & Upcoming Events
October 11, 2019 – THE FALL INSTRUCTIONAL CONFERENCE. Ninety workshops to enhance your professional practice, instruction, life, and understanding of your students and their needs. Registration is now open! Click here for more information: http://www.cvent.com/d/nyqf7s.
OTHER RESOURCES FOR YOUR PD: Remember we have a PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY OF BOOKS AND FILMS that you can borrow for two weeks at a time. Contact Ally Snyder for details.
Also, please check out the box below called OTHER EDUCATION RESOURCES. It has a wealth of links you might want to investigate.
NEA-New Hampshire member Joan Boisvert shared the results of her recent survey on student mental health issues and the actions that NEA-New Hampshire will be taking to assist educators in addressing student mental health issues.
Computer Science Opens Doors of Opportunity
Every student can benefit from a foundational understanding of the creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving that goes behind the technology we use in our daily lives.
Code.org and UNH STEM Teachers’ Collaborative are offering workshops at no cost to many teachers and schools, to prepare existing teachers to become computer science teachers. This program has shown tremendous success (and rave reviews by teachers) across the country.
And, if you have any questions about this program, UNH STEM Teacher’s Collaborative (Code.org’s local partner) is here to help.