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Showing Events From May 12, 2019 - Jun 12, 2019

  • PGP Sessions 2-3 Asotin-Clarkson May 13 and June 5 2019

    May 13, 2019 4:00pm Clock Hours Clarkston
    Did you attend our PGP Part 1 training? If so, you are eligible to attend this follow-up series to help you revise and finalize your PGP! This 2-part, 4-hour (total) training will help you 1) get focused feedback on your draft PGP, 2) consider changes to your plan
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  • Teacher Certification 101 Federal Way Education Association PSUC May 14 2019

    May 14, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Federal Way
    During this workshop, participants do the following: - Become familiar with recent policy changes affecting teacher certification - Learn about the new National Board process - Get an overview of ProTeach© - Explore new certification renewal requirements - Review how to move from a residency
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  • School to Prison Pipeline

    May 15, 2019 5:00pm Clock Hours Des Moines
    This overview session will explore the school-to-prison pipeline which refers to the entire system that leads many youth of color to be introduced to the criminal justice system at a young age. This event is open to members of Rainier and Kent UniServ councils. A $20 "good faith check" is
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  • Teacher Certification 101 Auburn Education Association PSUC May 16 2019

    May 16, 2019 4:00pm Clock Hours Auburn
    During this workshop, participants do the following: - Become familiar with recent policy changes affecting teacher certification - Learn about the new National Board process - Get an overview of ProTeach© - Explore new certification renewal requirements - Review how to move from a residency
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  • It's Never Too Early to Think About Retirement Planning Fourth Corner May 17-18 2019

    May 17, 2019 6:00pm Mount Vernon
    WEA Fourth Corner and WEA-Retired are pleased to present a pre-retirement seminar for members who are planning for retirement for refundable $25. Spouses/significant others for an additional $15. How prepared are you? What decisions will you have to make? What paperwork should you have in order, now and then
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  • Tacoma EA Micro Aggressions and Implicit Bias

    May 20, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Tacoma
    This research-based course for educators explores issues of implicit bias based upon race, ethnicity and LGBTQ status through an analysis of “microaggressions” and “micro-insults.” Course Objectives: - Explore issues of implicit bias and microaggressions - Develop an understanding of [1] how our beliefs, values, and experiences inform
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  • National Board Information Night

    May 30, 2019 4:15pm Spokane
    This will be an overview and Q&A session for those who are considering National Boards and/or just want to find out more. Hosted by our cohort facilitators who are your fellow SEA members, you will gain a better understanding of what the process is like and if it is a
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  • Tacoma EA Implicit Bias Gender/Sexuality

    May 30, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Tacoma
    In this course, participants are introduced to implicit bias research, resources, and concepts, including microaggressions and micro-insults. During the other portion of this course, participants focus on gender and the intersectionality of implicit bias and -isms that lead to microaggressions and inhibit success in the classroom and the workplace. Participants
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  • Implicit Bias Disability

    Jun 6, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Tacoma
    In this course, participants are introduced to implicit bias research, resources, and concepts, including microaggressions and micro-insults. During the other portion of this course, participants focus on implicit bias and microaggressions related to disabilities. They also work on framing a new way to think of ableism and the impact of
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  • CRCM 3 - Culturally Responsive Classroom Interactions 2019

    Jun 10, 2019 4:30pm Clock Hours Lakewood
    Educators will explore culturally responsive classroom interaction practices to ensure students experience a positive, consistent, safe and equitable classroom. Learn to facilitate classroom interactions appropriately integrating students’ culture and family backgrounds. Objectives: Apply core practices for developing culturally responsive classroom interactions; identify strategies for building relationships between students and families;
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