Events

MSEA’S 36th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Join us on January 16 for Making Good Trouble: Marching for Change, the 36th Annual MSEA Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.

Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator: Module Two

MSEA invites members to attend our Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator series. Module Two of this four-part series will focus on becoming trauma-sensitive.

2020

Praxis Core Overview Session

Join MSEA Praxis Core tutors to go over the basics of the Praxis Core, what each section looks like, study tips and tricks, and resources available to MSEA members.

Women’s Concerns Committee Leadership Cohort Training - First Session

The Women’s Concerns Committee Leadership Training is a year-long, cohort-based learning and development journey that supports educators as they gain understanding and experience in leadership and grow as leaders and activists in their local, state, and national associations.

Minority Affairs Committee Leadership Cohort Training - First Session

The 2020 Minority Affairs Committee Leadership Cohort Training features leadership, coalition-building, and racial justice training grounded in diversity, inclusion and equity—providing critical knowledge and skills that will define each participant’s leadership journey as an anti-racist educator and change agent for dismantling racism in public education.

Degrees Not Debt

Join NEA Member Benefits' in learning about our no cost tool to see if you have access to any Federal Student Loan Forgiveness and Income Driven Repayment plans. The stress of the Student Loan burden effects many of us.

How to Be An Anti-Racist Educator Part 3

In this session we will build on the foundational concepts we explored in parts 1 and 2, like how to talk about race, what it means to be anti-racist, and how our own biases affect us. All members are welcome. Attendance in Part 1 or Part 2 of this series is not a requirement for enrollment in this event.

Early Career Educators Conference

Topics that will be covered include: updates and changes to teacher certification due to the pandemic, behavior management, social emotional learning, racial justice, and self-care.

2020 MSEA Convention

The 2020 MSEA Convention will be held on October 16-17. While the convention is typically held in Ocean City, this year, due to public health concerns, the convention will be held virtually.

Praxis Core Overview Session

Join MSEA Praxis Core tutors to go over the basics of the Praxis Core, what each section looks like, study tips and tricks, and resources available to MSEA members.

Jump Start

This two-day Seminar for National Board candidates helps focus participants working on the certification process and requirements while using tools and resources provided to support them.

How to Be An Anti-Racist Educator Part 2

In this session we will build on the foundational concepts we explored in part 1, like how to talk about race, what it means to be anti-racist, and how our own biases affect us.

Praxis Core Overview Session

Join MSEA Praxis Core tutors to go over the basics of the Praxis Core, what each section looks like, study tips and tricks, and resources available to MSEA members.

The History of Systemic Racism & How to be an Anti-Racist Educator Part 1

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.