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.

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Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO

Purpose: The Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO brings together school physicians, school nurses, school counselors, school administrators, educators, and other school-based mental health professionals from across the state to improve mental health support for middle and high school students. Participants will collaborate to achieve the goal of improving understanding of how to promote holistic mental/behavioral wellbeing

Teaching the Truth about Colonialism

Most Americans have learned an oversimplified version of colonial America that leaves out the voices and stories of enslaved Africans, Indigenous people and indentured servants.

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Fair Isn’t Always Equal: Virtual Book Study with Learning Resource Center South

VIRTUAL BOOK STUDY Assessments can do more than just provide grades. They can be powerful and equitable ways to engage and motivate students, differentiate instruction, and support student agency, particularly in differentiated, inclusive classroom contexts. Fair Isn't Always Equal : Assessing & Grading in the Differentiated Classroom (2nd Ed.) offers an approach to assessment and

Getting to Know the Sex Education Standards

Getting to Know the Sex Education Standards is presented by NJEA & Answer. Tazmine Weisgerber from Answer (Rutgers) will address the updates, the additions, the standards, and much more.

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Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO

Purpose: The Growing Healthy Minds Project ECHO brings together school physicians, school nurses, school counselors, school administrators, educators, and other school-based mental health professionals from across the state to improve mental health support for middle and high school students. Participants will collaborate to achieve the goal of improving understanding of how to promote holistic mental/behavioral wellbeing

Asian American History IS United States History

Asian American History IS United States History is presented by NJEA & E Pluribus Unum. The presentation will give participants a better understanding of history (1700s to present), race relations today, and how they affect Asian American students and families.

Using Artificial Intelligence in your Classroom

Presented by NJEA’s PDII Consultants, this workshop is designed to provide teachers with a basic understanding of AI and how it can be integrated into their teaching practices to benefit both themselves and their students.

Windows & Mirrors: Creating Spaces for Identity & Belonging

Windows & Mirrors: Creating Spaces for Identity & Belonging is presented by NJEA & E Pluribus Unum. You will learn best practices to tell a better and more inclusive story for all students where all their stories matter and where they all belong.

Teaching Bilingual Students Bilingually

New Jersey Teachers of English as a Second Language/New Jersey Blingual Educators (NJTESOL/NJBE)
Topic: Teaching Bilingual Students Bilingually