Workshops, Seminars & Conferences


Online Classes and Training


  • Professional Learning Academy (varies)
    Online courses through Drake University for graduate credit, continuing education units or license renewal. 

  • On-Demand Trainings: Faith and Public Schools, Free Speech for Education Employees, Technology, Social Media, and Your Job, ESP Legal Rights, and Mandatory Reporting of Suspected Abuse or Neglect
  • Live Webinar Trainings: Writing Professional Growth Plans, Observations in Teacher Evaluation, Classroom Management: Transitions, Student Growth in Teacher Evaluation

In-Person Professional Development


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  • Education Support Professionals and Aspiring Educators Conference

  • Degrees Not Debt Workshops

  • I Can Do It - Classroom Management/Beginning Teacher Assistance Program (varies throughout the year)

  • National Board Certification Seminar Series (varies)

  • Educators Rising Conference

  • Retirement Preparation Workshop
  • The following workshops are available for your local association or school district. Please call the MNEA Teaching & Learning office at 1-800-392-0236 for more information.

    • Autism: Useful Techniques and Instructional Strategies
    • Advanced Classroom Management
    • Best Practices for Peer Observations
    • CARE Strategies for Closing Achievement Gaps
    • Dealing with Classroom Behavior Issues
    • Effective Parent-Teacher Conferences
    • English Language Learners: Strategies for the Regular Classroom
    • Introduction to National Board Certification
    • Mentoring New Teachers
    • Professional Development Committee Training
    • Student Growth Scores and Teacher Evaluations: Pitfalls and Possibilities
    • True Colors
    • Truth in Labeling: Disproportionality in Special Education
    • No More Bullying


Leadership Training & Representative Assemblies


 

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