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Local Leadership & Trainings

WLTP: Skills for Emerging Leaders

The MSEA Women’s Leadership Training Cadre (WLTC) is pleased to announce a new training program from NEA: Skills for Emerging Leaders. This course is specifically designed to help newer members (both men and women) get a better understanding of their own commitment to social justice issues and to develop their leadership voice through identifying personal communication, decision-making, and strategic planning styles.

Training modules include:

  • NEA Past and Present
  • Leading for Change
  • NEA’s Commitment to Social Justice
  • Decision-Making for Inclusive Leadership
  • Communication Skills: Getting the Story Out
  • Strategic Planning

Deadline is NOVEMBER 15, 2015

Click the link to register: http://www.marylandeducators.org/professional-development/wltp-skills-emerging-leaders

 

 

MSEA/MAC Minority Leadership Training

The MSEA Minority Affairs Committee is pleased to announce this year’s annual Minority Leadership Training Program. The theme is “Diversity:  Our Common Thread”. The NEA Human and Civil Rights Department staff and NEA ELL cadre trainers will present the workshops. There will be two training tracks this year:  All In! How Educators Can Advocate for English Language Learners (ELLs) and Diversity Curriculum for Education Support Professionals. 

All In! How Educators Can Advocate for English Language Learners (ELLs)

The National Education Association (NEA) is doing groundbreaking work to help educators more effectively meet the needs of English Language Learners (ELLs). Participants in this workshop will learn how to approach the instruction of ELLs from an advocacy perspective and explore effective tools and strategies that support these efforts. Participants will receive a copy of NEA’s new guide, All In! How Educators Can Advocate for English Language Learners, offers strategies, resources, and step-by-step instructions for navigating the real-life issues educators encounter every day.

Diversity Curriculum for Education Support Professionals

Take part in a workshop session especially tailored to be relevant to the everyday experiences of a broad range of education support professionals. Explore how addressing the diversity that exists among ESPs, other education professionals, and students, help us create a better work environment for educators, and most important, a better learning environment for students.

Participants are expected to attend the entire Friday evening and full-day Saturday training. There is no registration fee for members for this event. Meals will include dinner on Friday, breakfast and lunch on Saturday, and all training materials. Participants are responsible for their own transportation.

Registration deadline is November 15, 2015 or until both sessions are full. Space is limited and MLTP programs always fill up. Payment is made at the time of registration through PayPal. 

Click the link to register: http://www.marylandeducators.org/professional-development/mseamac-minority-leadership-training-0