UNH Professional Development & Training

posted Oct 9, 2016, 8:17 PM by Professional Learning
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Educators, Counseling and Social Work Professionals - Enhance your professional skills with our one-day noncredit seminars, short-term certificate programs, or a special conference.

 

Take a look at the opportunities we have available to you this fall!

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Education Conference — Dec. 3

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Competency-Based Education . . . New Hampshire leading the way! Competency-based education, an educator-led reform, is taking root in K-12 schools and districts across the country. The concept behind competency-based education is simple: students’ mastery of learning targets is the best measure of learning, not the number of hours spent in a classroom.

Hear the national and local perspectives on the next generation in teaching and learning for teachers and school administrators. Featured speakers Susan Patrick, President and CEO of International Association for K-12 Online Learning and Joe DiMartino, Founder and President of Center for Secondary School Redesign will inspire and inform participants.

 

Register soon! To qualify for early discounted tuition of $225, register on or before November 25. After November 25, the tuition is $250.

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Teaching — General Topics

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Teaching — Early Childhood

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Teaching — Language Arts & Literacy

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Teaching — Math & Science

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Counseling & Social Work

Other Upcoming Workshops

Grantwriting

Grantwriting: The FundamentalsOct. 14, Manchester

Grantwriting: AdvancedNov. 16, Portsmouth

Volunteer Management: A Precious Resource for NonprofitsNov. 18, Manchester

Integrated Funding Development PlanDec. 16, Portsmouth

Paraprofessional Training

Unlocking Your Para PotentialNov. 2, Manchester

Classroom Primer for ParaprofessionalsDec. 5, Portsmouth

Physical Education

Using iPads and iPods in Physical EducationOct. 12, Manchester
World Languages
Teaching Standard-Based Language Performance AssessmentDec. 7, Portsmouth
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