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  • VEA NBCT Cohort Component Three

    Dec 13, 2023 5:00pm Clock Hours Vancouver
    NBCT Cohort hosted by VEA will be in person in Clark County. VEA members will be given preference for available spaces. More information may be found on the VEA website www.vancouverea.org
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  • NEA Women and Money 12/14/2023

    Dec 14, 2023 4:30pm Online
    Please, no offense meant for the men in our association. In fact, what we will learn tonight is valuable information for all of us to understand. Women face unique financial challenges. This presentation highlights those challenges along with possible solutions to address them. Obviously, all women will
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  • New Discipline Rules-Moving Away from Exclusionary Practice

    Dec 19, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Online
    Research has identified promising practices that promote equitable student discipline systems. When educators build systems of prevention and intervention, better outcomes for students can be achieved. Participants will understand the rationale for the 2018 changes in Washington’s student discipline rules and the key changes made. They will also problem-solve
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  • WEA - CRCM 2a and 2b Classroom Relationships (5hrs) 1/4/2024 and 1/16/2024

    Jan 4, 2024 5:00pm Clock Hours Online
    This online or face-to-face training helps educators develop culturally responsive classroom management practices to ensure that students experience a positive, consistent, safe, and equitable classroom. Participants learn strategies to appreciate and appropriately integrate their students’ culture and family backgrounds into the classroom culture as a tier-one strategy that cultivates connections
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  • Culturally Responsive Classroom Management Module 1 Classroom Communities

    Jan 11, 2024 5:00pm Clock Hours Puyallup
    This training helps educators become more culturally responsive and improve their classroom engagement with students from diverse backgrounds, social groups, and cultures through meaningful, caring adult relationships
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