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Project Citizen

Presented by Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences New Jersey Center for Civic Education. One…


Teaching Slavery Using Primary Sources and Document Based Question (DBQ) Techniques

How do we bring primary sources about slavery to life for our students in ways that are relevant, respectful, and rigorous?

Statewide Virtual Series, Webinars

Survivor Speaks & How to Bring them to your Classroom

Survivor Speaks & How to Bring them to your Classroom is presented by NJEA & the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education. Participants will experience a Survivor speak and gain valuable tools how to meaningfully and appropriately incorporate live testimony into their Holocaust lessons.


Teaching Slavery and Place Based Learning

Lessons rooted in the places where students live help them make important connections to their own communities.

Statewide Virtual Series, Webinars

Teacher Leadership & the Teacher Leader Academy

Teacher Leadership & the Teacher Leader Academy is presented by NJEA’s PDII Division. Join us for an overview of the Teacher Leader Academy and the benefits of being a teacher leader.

Member Learning

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PD Transcript

Manage your professional learning resources in your PD Transcript.

PD Mission & Vision

Golden Circle

The NJEA PDII division seeks to improve
and enrich society through public education.

PDII Equity Statement

The PDII Division celebrates differences,
values and productive conflict, and includes all voices.

PD Providers

If you would like your PD event to be considered for endorsement, please fill out our application. 

The application will be reviewed by the NJEA Professional Development Institute. If approved, a short description will be placed in the Showcase column of the NJEA Review publication as well as on our website. 

Teacher Leader Academy

Applications now being accepted. Deadline for submissions is May 15, 2023.

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