Archives for September 2018
2018 -2019 Workshop Pre-Registration
Please click >HERE< to access the Google form listing the available 2018 – 2019 workshops for Mercer County EA members. You may pre-register to reserve your seat. Seats are reserved only for members who remit payment in advance. Payment will be reimbursed after attendance to the workshop if you opt to pay online. Paper checks will be held (not cashed) until attendance is complete at final workshop on your list.
All workshops are held at the Mercer County EA office based on the following schedule: Registration/buffet dinner 4:00 – 5:00 PM Workshop 5:00 – 7:00 PM Location: 3131 Princeton Pike Office Park, Building 4A, Suite 201, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648.
Cost per member: $15.00
Please send payment to: MCEA 3131 Princeton Pike Office Park, Building 4A, Suite 201 Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 (Please send your cash/check/money order – NO Purchase Orders)
09/26/18 School Preparedness/Emergency Workshop
10/10/18 Mindfulness in the Classroom
10/16/18 Supporting Transgender Students
10/17/18 Google Drive for Beginners
11/14/18 Stress and Time Management for ESPs
12/12/18 Applied Behavior Analysis(ABA)
01/09/19 XYZ’s of Retirement
01/16/19 Digital Citizenship for Students
01/23/19 LGBTQ Curriculum Inclusion
02/20/19 How to Resolve Team Conflicts
02/27/19 Digital Citizenship for Educators
03/06/19 Succeeding with Challenging Students For All Educators
03/20/19 Building Positive School, Family, and Community Relationships Workshop
04/10/19 Autism Workshop
05/01/19 Google Open Forum Workshop
05/08/19 XYZ’s of Retirement Workshop
05/22/19 XYZ’s of Retirement Workshop
As school starts up again, public education remains under attack across the nation. In Arizona, for example, the State Supreme Court has taken the unprecedented step of removing an Invest In ED ballot measure from the November ballot. Invest In ED would have provided millions of Arizona students with a sustainable revenue source that would provide resources students need to learn. This measure would have provided crucial education funding that everyone in Arizona agrees is needed.
In order to qualify for the ballot, thousands of educators across the state worked tirelessly all summer to collect 270,000 signatures to qualify the Invest In ED act to the ballot. In a purely political move the Arizona Supreme Court overturned the lower court decision. The Arizona Supreme Court is stacked with anti-public education justice appointees doing the bidding of Governor Doug Ducey who has failed to take action to increase needed education funding in Arizona for years.
In solidarity, AEA is requesting state affiliates and other national labor allies that Tuesday, Sept. 4 be observed as a national #RedForEd day. This day of solidarity is in reaction to the unprecedented decision by the Arizona supreme court robbing Arizonans of the opportunity to vote for critical funding for our classrooms and investing in our educators. AEA is asking everyone to wear red and post pictures to social media with a simple “We stand in solidarity with Arizona educators” and #RedForEd and #InvestInEd hashtags.
Please join AEA and NJEA in standing in solidarity for educators in Arizona and everywhere because our students and educators deserve better.
Shared from: NJEA.org