Students are using the web for news, homework and test review. While students' access to vetted content is heading straight down, their access to any version of the truth on the Internet is heading straight up. A teacher's role in teaching critical thinking is now more important than ever. It is essential that we teach students how to question information across the curriculum and grades.
NJPSA will hold a series of regional membership meeting throughout the state in May. All meetings begin at 4 pm. Click below for dates, locations, and registration information. Next up: May 2 at Hillside Elementary School and May 3 at Cinnaminson High School
We invite you to apply to present at the 2017 Fall Conference, “Empower.” There will be five one-and-a-half-hour workshop time slots throughout the two day event—three on October 19 and two on October 20. Presentations should include interaction with advance content and in-depth exchanges for meaningful learning. There are eight workshop strands or themes that will be included in all of the sessions. Applications are due by May 8.
Want to go to an FEA workshop but can't find the time to be away from your school?
FEA In-District Programs might just be your answer. Choose from nearly 50 "ready-to-go" programs conducted by FEA experts in the field or we can design a specific program just for you. It's easy. It's convenient. It's affordable. Train your whole team and reap the benefits of learning and growing together. Contact Jay Doolan at 609-860-1200 or email@example.com or Linda Walko at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Based on the award-winning movie "Contest," this new curriculum uses clips from the movie, the voices of actors and real students, and engaging classroom activities, to send a powerful message -- bystanders need to embrace their power as "Upstanders."
Election Year 2017 will determine the future direction of our schools and the state since the legislature and governor’s office are up for election. Drive the conversation in 2017 by contributing to NJPSA’s Political Action Committee (NJPSA PAC) today online using your credit or debit card! Your donation of $25 or more helps NJPSA advocate for you!
Click on the link to the PSEL page to learn how to best use the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders Reflection and Growth Tool and to access the tool online. You can also sign up for an in-district workshop, where FEA presenters come to your district and teach your team all there is to know about the tool.
Learn about NJ Leaders to Leaders (NJ L2L), the sole state-approved provider for comprehensive mentoring, providing support to new school leaders in the successful completion of the state-required two-year Residency for Standard Principal Certification.
The most convenient path to the certifications you need for your next career step, NJ EXCEL is a state-approved program that provides alternatives to traditional graduate coursework required for principal, supervisor and school administrator certification.
The leader in school law training for educators, LEGAL ONE provides online courses, in-person workshops, and in-district programs that administrators need to fulfill their duties and to comply with the new laws that require every school administrator to complete PD in school law, ethics and/or governance every year.