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NEA-NH Professional Development

Supporting educator growth and achievement for more than 165 years


NEA-NH Professional Development Opportunities

Upcoming Events Listing

2023 NEA-NH New and Aspiring Teacher Conference

NEA-New Hampshire, with co-sponsor Manchester EA, invites new and aspiring teachers to join us for a professional learning conference in person. We have prepared workshops to help you to do your best work, handle the work-life balance, and understand the unique students in your classroom. This conference is geared toward the needs of educators who are beginning their careers, though all are welcome and many of the classes will be relevant for all school staff.

Please join us Saturday, February 11, 2023 for a small and informal conference from 8:00AM – 3:30PM. You will earn 5.25 CEU hrs. Member price: $25; non-member price: $125; NEA Student Member price: $0 (and if you are in college, you can quickly become an NEA Student Member for $20/yr). The deadline to register for this conference is February 1 at midnight.

To REGISTER, go to the EVENT LINK

You can also view and download a PRINTABLE FLYER


NEA-New Hampshire Would Like to Assist You in Nurturing Your Resilience

In her book, Onward: Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators, Elena Aguilar defines resilience as:

  • A way of being that allows us to bounce back quickly from adversity, and stronger than before, so that we can fulfill our purpose in life.
  • An adaptive, dynamic process that includes an individual’s interactions over time in a complex environment. Context plays a role; resilience is not simply a function of one’s individual behavior. Who we are and where we are impact our ability to cultivate resilience.
  • Cultivated through engaging in specific habits and by fostering specific dispositions.
  • What enables us to thrive, not just survive.

There are 720 hours in a 30-day month. Would you be willing to spend one of those each month with your educator colleagues exploring ways to nurture your personal resilience and the resilience of those you care about?  NEA-New Hampshire is offering two gatherings in which members can explore ideas and strategies for nurturing their personal resilience.

Gatherings for New Educators. Beginning at 6:00 PM  on November 8th and continuing on the second Tuesday of the month throughout the school year, new educators Juliana Lofgren and Maria Dastous will be leading Real Talk and Resilience for New Educators.  These gatherings are for educators who are in their first five years of working in education. Click here to register for the gatherings.  

Gathering for Experienced Educators. Beginning at 7:00 PM on November 10 and continuing on the second Thursday of the month throughout the school year, veteran educator and school counselor Maxine Mosley will be leading a resilience gathering.  Click here to register for the gatherings.

Members who register for either of these resilience gatherings will receive a free copy of Elena’s book, Onward and the accompanying workbook through a generous grant from the National Education Association. 

Upcoming Events


Ongoing Opportunities

Gathering to Nurture Your Personal Resilience 

The focus of the gathering will be exploring how the we can build  community among educators during the pandemic and after. 

All members are welcome to come explore strategies for nurturing their personal resilience and to support other educators on the second Tuesday of each month at 7PM on Zoom.

If you are interested in attending this informal gathering, please email Irv Richardson at irichardson@nhnea.org.

Explore NEA Micro Credentials

You’re invited to take over 100 NEA Microcredentials, available online to members, to complete at your convenience for no additional cost!

Click here to find out more.

 

 

 

 

 

Resource Center

NEA-NH Professional Developing Lending Library

We host a professional library of books and films on education and mental health topics that you can borrow for two weeks at a time. 

Contact Ally Snyder for details.

 

Virtual Vendor Hall Bringing Our Trusted Partners to You

Visit our Virtual Vendor Hall to see offerings and services provided by our trusted vendors and partners.

 

 

Mental Health Resources for NEA-NH Members

Feel like you’re at the end of your rope and your grip is slipping? You’re stressed, exhausted and may need some support or someone to talk to other than your spouse or colleagues who are equally spent.

You have numerous resources available at your fingertips providing help for your mental health.

About us

WHAT DO WE DO ?

Great educators create great public schools. NEA and NEA-NH provides the training, tools, and community support for educators to engage students, nurture justice, and excel in their profession. We provide resources for all education professionals, in all settings. Because we’re there, too. 

At every stage of your career, NEA and NEA-NH help you grow into your passion and be a leader for your students. We provide cutting-edge resources from education experts on the skills and topics educators need to join, stay in, and advance our profession. 

WHO ARE WE ?

Irv Richardson – NEA-NH Public Education and School Support Coordinator

irichardson@nhnea.org

Ally Snyder – NEA-NH Public Education and School Support Assistant

asnyder@nhnea.org