Category «Professional Development»

Why Secondary Students Need LinkedIn

If you are a high school student who is at least 16 years old you need a LinkedIn profile. Whether you are college or career bound, LinkedIn allows you to create valuable connections with decision-makers who can help you achieve your goals. Additionally, LinkedIn can help you accomplish the following: Stand out from the college …

Apply now for Picademy 2019!

From our friends at Picademy: Jump-start your digital making journey this summer at Picademy, a free professional development program created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. We’ll be in the following cities — where will your journey begin? Picademy is for all educators: classroom teachers, librarians, technology coaches, after-school club leaders, and beyond. If you’re interested …

Nominate a Teacher for a Computer Science Scholarship

From our friends at Code.org: Do you know a teacher who loves learning? Our workshops will prepare teachers – even with no prior experience – to teach computer science (CS), to open opportunity for students. Code.org has prepared almost 100,000 educators to teach our courses, and they give our program rave reviews. The Code.org course pathway ranges from kindergarten …

NGPF Online Professional Development

From our friends at NGPF: We’re always looking for new opportunities to support and empower our teachers.  This winter join NGPF for our new online offering  – Virtual PD!  You’ll meet with teachers and NGPFers online in a video call to share ideas, resources, and questions.  Connect with your personal finance community to share, grow, and …

2019 MBEA Conference Registration Form & Session Details

Hot off the press! The 2019 MBEA conference registration form and session details are now available (PDF | Word). We are also accepting registrations via Eventbrite: mbea2019.eventbrite.com For more information, visit the 2019 Conference page. Please also consider nominating a deserving business educator for the 2019 MBEA Teacher of the Year. Applications for the 2019 award must be postmarked by February …

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