A message from Aubrey Larson, NNETESOL New Hampshire Representative:
I just wanted to make you aware of some PD opportunities available in Southern New Hampshire area that would be beneficial to all English Language educators. Below you will find brief explanations of the workshops and the affiliate links for more information.
International Consortium of Multi-Lingual Excellence in Education (ICMEE)
March 12th from 3:30 to 5:00 pm at the NH Dept of Education (101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH)
Professor Kelly Demers of St. Anselm College and State Title III Director Aaron Hughes will be giving an information session about the ICMEE eWorkshops (https://cehs.unl.edu/icmee/), free online workshops for professional learning communities of educators that have the overarching goal of improving the practice of K-12 educators working with bi/multilingual learners. If you have any questions or requests, you may send them to Aaron.Hughes@doe.nh.gov.
Adversity and Resilience- Trauma Sensitive Schools
May 16th from 8:30-2:30 at the Radisson Hotel (Manchester, NH)
Put on by the University of New Hampshire and cosponsored by the Office of Student Wellness, NH DOE. Registration is open now.
“Hope and relationship-focused practices are critical components of resilience and recovery in response to childhood trauma. This conference will inform participants about the current science of hope to build resilience in the face of adverse experiences, vicarious trauma and self-care and trauma sensitive schools.”