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Educators who participate in a PLC to complete a micro-credential are more likely to earn their badge the first time. The virtual PLC will be facilitated by a trained micro-credential facilitator and consist of weekly support meetings via zoom. This course is meant to support and train NEA micro-credential facilitators to successfully implement an association led micro-credential PLC at a National, State or Local level.   Read More

NEA edCommunities is a social website that connects educators, parents, and community members. The goal is to share ideas and resources that improve student success.  In this course, you will become familiar with NEA edCommunities while learning the technical aspects of the tool, design a community that engages members, and create a profile and group. Read More

This course is meant to support and train NEA micro-credential writers to successfully write a NEA Micro-credential. Read More

In this course you will learn how to incorporate phenomena-centered science into your classroom. Read More

Remote learning, also referred to as distance learning, gives learners who aren’t in a physical location for in-person education, access to online learning and materials.  There are a variety of tools and strategies to make remote learning a positive and enriching experience for your students. In this course, you will learn about best practices for remote learning, as well as how to implement a successful remote learning program by utilizing  strategies that encourage community building, effective communication, and peer-to-peer collaboration. Read More

Beginning and intermediate Seesaw users will take a deeper dive into the many features of Seesaw and models of how we can organically embed authentic social emotional supports. Learn to create your own custom Seesaw activities. Also discover how Seesaw’s built-in features—like folders, skills, and blogs—can help streamline the assessment and feedback processes, whether at home or in the classroom. This session is perfect for educators who have attended our beginning Seesaw session or who use Seesaw and want to learn more. Read More

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