Friday, April 27
Cornhusker Marriott Hotel, Lincoln
For the first time in memory, NSEA will offer professional development to educators at the Association’s annual Delegate Assembly.
Any educator, whether a delegate or not, is invited to attend. The schedule includes three sessions of breakouts, plus a brief keynote by NEA Executive Committee member Eric Brown, a high school biology teacher from Evanston, Il.
Registration for the professional development sessions does not count as registration as a delegate to Delegate Assembly. To register as a delegate, contact your local association leadership. To register for professional development, go to: www.nsea.org/2018pd
The tentative schedule includes breakouts listed below.
- Child Trauma and Toxic Stress: What is it and How Does it Affect Students?
- Degrees Not Debt: Teacher Loan Forgiveness
- Higher Education Academy Organizing Session
- Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee
- Educational Support Personnel (ESP) Committee
Eric Brown, NEA Executive Committee member and a biology teacher from Evanston, Il.
General Breakouts, Round I
- Organizing for Change
- Degrees Not Debt: Income Based Repayment
- Utilizing School Board Contact Teams
- Building Respect and Ending Bullying and Cruelty in Your School
- Health Care Considerations for those Nearing Retirement
- Dyslexia Technical Assistance Document: What You Need to Know
- How to Measure Child Trauma and What is the Prevalence in our Schools?
- Goaling the Distance: How to Stay Motivated
- Concussion Recognition and Management in the Classroom
- Social Justice Basics for Educators
General Breakouts, Round II
- Engaging the Next Generation in the Union
- 2018 Legislative Session Recap
- Presidential Parlor: A Chat with NSEA President Jenni Benson
- EHA and the EHA Wellness Program
- Collective Bargaining Overview
- Social Media for Educators
- Welcoming LGBTQ Students and Colleagues
- All Aboard! The New NEA 360 Member Portal!
- Educators Rising: How We Build our Profession