Vermont-NEA Professional Programs
Vermont-NEA is here to support members in their professional learning and leadership goals. Contact the Director of Professional Programs at email@example.com for questions pertaining to professional learning opportunities. All participants will receive professional learning certificates which can be used for relicensure purposes.
Summer Learning 2016 - Registration Links are "live" in the Brochure!
Vermont-NEA is putting together many learning programs for teachers and ESPs this summer. The best way to view the brochure is to click the maximize button on the bottom right. You may also download a copy to your computer and print it out. To register, click on the registration links, and you will be navigated to the registration form. More courses may be added during the spring, so please check back. If you have a professional learning need that you would like to see offered by Vermont-NEA, please email Juliette Longchamp at firstname.lastname@example.org. For registration issues, contact Ariel Bertenshaw at email@example.com, or call 802-224-2401.
Other Professional Learning Opportunities:
Reading and the Brain: What Every Educator Should Know - Champlain College August 15-19th
Insturctor: Peggy Price, M.Ed. The Stern Center for Language and Learning
Register by July 20th Cost: $1600 for 3 credits Flyer Here
NEA Academy offers many free and low cost professional learning in a variety of areas.
Other Workshops, Conferences and Trainings offered by folks from around the state:
The Stern Center for Language and Learning is pleased to offer three workshops through the Cynthia K. Hoehl Institute for Excellence. Participants may register for one or all three. The registration form is here. For more information, visit www.sterncenter.org or call 802-878-2332. If you would like to attend, but do not have funds available, you may apply for a Cynthia K. Hoehl Fellowship. Click here for more information and here for the application form.
Dysgraphia: At what point does illegible handwriting rise to the level of a specific learning disability? Are spelling and mechanics important? Should students be identified when their poor spelling makes their writing unintelligible? Get the answers and more at this workshop. March 18, 2016 at Main Street Landing in Burlington, VT and May 13, 2016 at the Greenwood School in Putney, VT.