Professional Development Opportunities
We provide cutting edge resources from NEA experts–our staff, affiliates, and members–on the skills and topics educators need to join, stay in, and advance our profession.
P.S. You can now sign up to recieve our newest professional development resources via text! Simply text the word PRACTICE to 48744
Pop Up Practices »
Short on time but looking for some advise to improve your students’ experience with distance learning? Check out our new video series, Pop Up Practices, where NEA members like you reveal their top tips for your virtual classroom in 90 seconds or less.
On the latest episode of the School Me podcast, we are joined by April Burch, a paraprofessional and co-founder of Cooking Autism–a nonprofit that helps educators to offer life skills programs to children with special needs.
The National Education Association has a long history of standing up for justice and speaking out against injustice.
Professional learning throughout an educator’s career is essential to achieving great public schools. Find out about crucial features and strategies to support professional learning.
To ensure a great public education for every student, education support professionals/classified want and deserve high-quality professional learning and supports at every stage of their careers. «Grief and Self-Care duing the COVID-19 Pandemic»
Since 1999, NEA has partnered with the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network to provide teachings for faculty.
NEA state and local affiliates are encouraged to contribute to this resource bank by sharing professional trainings and tools that they have developed.
A micro-credential is a short, competency-based recognition. NEA offers over 175 micro-credentials that have been created by educators for educators.
Before becoming a teacher-of-record, teacher candidates must demonstrate the skills and knowledge needed for effective classroom practice. Licensure provides the professional and public assurance that educators have met state teaching standards and have demonstrated their readiness to teach and improve student learning.
Even with the best intentions, the truth is this: Safe environments for learning can’t be created without proper funding. Learn the skills you need to build and engage communities to advocate for school funding and other critical resources using this stack of micro-credentials.
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