By registering, you are committing to attend all four small group sessions to prepare for your selected Praxis II assessment from 4:30-6 p.m. on July 21, July 28, August 4, and August 11.
Knowing where to start can be overwhelming when studying for a Praxis assessment. Join this session to learn how to break down your time, make a study plan and schedule and stick to it so you pass your Praxis!
Join this session to learn what to expect when facing a Praxis assessment, how to identify and overcome your test anxiety with concrete strategies. This skills session is relevant to all high stakes testing.
At this year’s SLC, Unmute: Evolving the Union Voice for the New Normal, we’ll focus on best practices in hybrid—that’s traditional and digital—union skills, bargaining, organizing, and member engagement, as well as this unique moment for us as union members, activists, and leaders.
Join this session to grow your reading comprehension skills. These assessments test your ability to read and comprehend written passages. This skills session is not limited to a single type of Praxis assessment but relevant to all Praxis assessments since reading comprehension is needed across all Praxis assessments.
Join this session to dig in on how nail constructed response (written response) questions. This skills session is not limited to a single type of Praxis assessment as constructed response questions are a part of all Praxis assessments.
This module is designed to foster discussion among educators in continuing the mindset shift to create a trauma-informed association, school, or workplace.
Join us for our annual MSEA-R event featuring special guests, great information, and conversation. MSEA Vice President Doug Prouty will provide pension system news and MSEA Managing Director of Political and Legislative Affairs Pokuaa Owusu will bring you up to date on legislative issues.
These workshops will provide the opportunity for you to learn about the current inequities in education and effective practices you can use to teach all types of learners. There will be four total sessions and participants can choose the two they wish to attend. This will be a members-only event.
MSEA invites members to attend MSEA’s 2020-2021 Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator series.
Join us on March 13, 2021 for MSEA's Annual IPD Conference Attendees will be able to select breakout sessions from many topics such as: ACEs/social emotional learning, racial justice, self-care, civic education, and digital teaching and learning to name a few. Come discuss current topics with colleagues and learn from MSEA members and experts in the field!
Choose from a number of workshops designed to help you feel confident as you start your job search. Sessions will cover resume building, interview tips, advice from first year teachers, and more. Discussions will be real, relevant, and helpful to all aspiring educators.
The historically white lens through which Black history has been taught for centuries denies our students the important contributions and varied experiences of Black and Brown people. Join the conversation to learn about the importance of teaching Black history and how the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future contributes to equity for all students.