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Joint Conference Workshops

Please note:

There are workshops that repeat; workshops which are presented only once at either 8:00 a.m. or 10:15 a.m.; and workshops which have a Part I and Part II. For workshops with a Part I and Part II, you are strongly encouraged to attend both Part I and Part II. Whether a workshop repeats, is presented only once, or has Part I and Part II, it is noted in each workshop listing below. 

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WS-01

Welcoming Schools Approach: Creating and Maintaining an Inclusive & Welcoming School Climate


WS-02

Economic Inequality: The Hottest Issue of 2014


WS-03

Moving Forward with Common Core State Standards: What Educators Need to Know


WS-04

Politics 2014: How to Get What Students and Educators Need


WS-05

Meeting the Challenges of Instructing English Language Learners in the New Standards Era


WS-06

Leading With Vision


WS-07

Child Trafficking: A Call To Action


WS-08

Women's Leadership Training: Organizing and Engaging Members Across the Generations


WS-09

Restorative Practices: Fostering Healthy Relationships & Promoting Positive Discipline in Schools


WS-10

It's Not "Just" Good Teaching: Cultural Competence for Educators, Part 1


WS-11

Our Association in Action: Creating Change through Social Justice, Part 1


WS-12

Valuing Diversity


WS-13

Stress: We All Have It, But What Can We Do About It?


WS-14

Diversifying the Higher Education Pipeline: Community to Leverage Outreach Programs


WS-15

Making Connections: Engaging Members to Build Community Support, Part 1


WS-16

Bully Free: It Starts With Me! A National and Personal Campaign


WS-17

Building Community Partnerships at the Local Level


WS-18

NEA and Social Justice since Brown v. Board of Education: Lessons Learned for Ongoing Campaigns


WS-19

A Matter of Economic Justice: Why Marriage Equality Should Matter to NEA


WS-20

Economic Inequality: The Hottest Issue of 2014


WS-21

Moving Forward with Common Core State Standards: What Educators Need to Know


WS-22

Politics 2014: How to Get What Students and Educators Need


WS-23

Meeting the Challenges of Instructing English Language Learners in the New Standards Era


WS-24

Leading with Vision


WS-25

Overcoming Racism, Sexism and Discrimination though Quality Education Practices


WS-26

Women's Leadership Training: Organizing and Engaging Members Across the Generations


WS-27

Restorative Practices: Fostering Healthy Relationships & Promoting Positive Discipline in Schools


WS-28

It's Not "Just" Good Teaching: Cultural Competence for Educators, Part II


WS-29

Our Association in Action: Creating Change through Social Justice, Part II


WS-30

Recognizing How We React to Differences


WS-31

Reducing School and Community Violence: The Educator's Role


WS-32

Diversifying the Higher Education Pipeline: Community to Leverage Outreach Programs


WS-33

Making Connections: Engaging Members to Build Community Support, Part II


WS-34

Student Bullying and Cyberbullying: Strategies You Can Use


WS-35

Building Community Partnerships at the Local Level


WS-36

NEA and Social Justice Issues since Brown v. Board of Education: Lessons Learned for Ongoing Campaigns



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