UNH Professional Development Opportunities

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Differentiation with Award Winning Educator and Author - Mike Anderson, April 11, Portsmouth

Engage your students with the power of choice! When teachers share power and control with students, offering meaningful choices about their work, school becomes vibrant and interesting place where students care about their work.

Given appropriate choices and taught how to choose well, students will self-differentiate. Using choice efficiently, many teachers find new passion for the working in the classroom with motivated students. Join presenter Mike Anderson and gain skills for practicing choice, experience choice in action and leave with resources for on-going implementation.

Presenter Mike Anderson is an award winning educator and author. Participants will receive a copy of Mike’s ASCD award winning book, "Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn."

Mike Anderson
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General Education

Mindful CommunicationApril 14, Portsmouth
FERPA , FAPE, and ConfidentialityMay 17, Manchester

Counseling, Coaching & Social Work

Language Arts and Literacy

Using Mentors to Teach Writing (K-12)April 12, Portsmouth

Math & Science

STEM: Design ThinkingMay 12, Manchester

Early Childhood

Ready or Not Here I Come! (Pre K-K)April 5, Manchester

Grant Management and Resources

Web Resources for Grant SeekersApril 5, Manchester

Conference May 9

Family and Community Engagement Conference
Tuesday, May 9, UNH-Durham

Family and school staff partnerships play a critical role in the support of academic achievement and school improvement. Featured speaker Karen Mapp, Ed.D., will discuss the link between these partnerships and student outcomes. Additional presentations will highlight resources to build sustainable family and community engagement programs, facilitate communication in the IEP process, examples of family and community engagement from early childhood through middle school and community efforts in teen mental health.

Karen Mapp, Ed.D.

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