Events

The History of Systemic Racism & How to be an Anti-Racist Educator

Join MSEA's virtual workshop to dig into the history of systemic racism in the US, how we can challenge our own biases, and what actions we can take to challenge systemic racism and be anti-racist as people and educators.

Session #3: Providing Accommodations and Scaffolds with Google Classroom

How do you support students with IEPs, language learners, and older students with developing literacy skills in an asynchronous distance learning environment? Learn strategies for providing accommodations, scaffolds, SIOP features, and elements of explicit instruction in an asynchronous setting that support all students using Google Classroom.

Session #2: Providing Accommodations and Scaffolds with Seesaw

How do you support students with IEPs, language learners, and older students with developing literacy skills in an asynchronous distance learning environment? Learn strategies for providing accommodations, scaffolds, SIOP features, and elements of explicit instruction in an asynchronous setting that support all students using Seesaw.

Session #1: Providing Accommodations and Scaffolds

How do you support students with IEPs, language learners, and older students with developing literacy skills in a distance learning environment? Learn strategies for providing accommodations, scaffolds, SIOP features, and elements of explicit instruction in an asynchronous setting that support all students.

Maximizing Google Classroom for Remote Learning

So you have a Google Classroom that you use off and on. Now's the time to take it to the next level. Come learn about how to maximize Google Classroom for remote teaching and learning purposes.

Google Classroom (Advanced)

Did you know that there are hundreds of apps that can be integrated into Google Classroom? In this advanced training, come learn how to use some of these integrations to make more complex assignments, provide an interactive learning environment, utilize tools for one-on-one student support and differentiate work to fit your students’ needs.

MSEA Virtual Educator Appreciation Day

Although this is our eighth annual Educator Appreciation Day, because of the coronavirus pandemic it will be our first-ever virtual event!

Planning for a Week of Distance Learning

Explore a few examples of what distance education might "look" like in K-12 classrooms from EdTech experts. We will also explore the transition thinking required that best supports student engagement and (hopefully) success.

Webinar: Distance Learning Protips

Sixty minutes to reflect on your distance learning experiences so far and connect with peers, while identifying key tech tools and tips for planning for the rest of the school year.

Adapting Your Lesson Plans for Digital Learning

Join MSEA's Center for Professional Learning to discuss how you can effectively and efficiently modify your lesson plans for digital learning. You will hear from a wide range of educators and leave with resources, tips, and tricks to make this transition a success!

Digital Learning Challenges, Tips, and Tricks by Grade Span

Join MSEA's Center for Professional Learning for our virtual professional development. During this session, we will provide some tips and tricks on how to nail this transition to digital learning, covering topics like technology, equity, and behavior management. In addition, hear from active educators in breakout rooms, by grade span, to dig into your specific needs.

CANCELED: 2020 ESP Professional Development Conference

Due to the governor's restrictions and MSEA's concern for the well-being of our members, we have canceled the 2020 ESP/IPD Conference because of the coronavirus. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to email us at [email protected]

Jump Start

MSEA will be hosting two National Board seminars for members: (1) Follow-up Jump Start and (2) Renewal Jump Start on Saturday, January 25, 2020. The registration fee is $35.

2019

Racial Justice in Education Workshop

Study how to create more just and effective learning environments at one of MSEA’s free Racial Justice in Education trainings to be held across the state from May through September. All workshops are free for members.

2017

Jump Start

MSEA will be hosting a one-day workshop for educators who have been accepted as a candidate for the 2017-2018 National Board Certification process. The registration fee is $35.

2014

An Evening with Paul Gorski

Join the Maryland Multicultural Coalition and the MSEA Minority Affairs Committee in a provocative discussion about the impact of poverty on our students in our schools and how to reach and teach them.

Identifying Victims and Predators of Human Trafficking in Schools

Deena Graves from Traffick911, a non-profit organization working to prevent human trafficking, will discuss human trafficking and its presence and impact in our schools and on our students. There will be time for Q&A as well as light refreshments.