• Summer Academy
    July 20-22
    If you’re a Missouri NEA member interested in taking a leadership role in your Association, you should plan to attend the Emerging Leaders Academy on July 20-22, 2016, at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center in Columbia.
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  • MNEA SALT prepares leaders This summer, Missouri NEA will offer four regional trainings for experienced leaders. MNEA regional office staff will host the various Summer Association Leadership Trainings with the focus of each varying according to local affiliates needs. Find Out More >

  • Understanding Poverty
    with Dr. Ruby Payne
    Half of Missouri’s students now qualify for free or reduced lunch. What teachers do and say affects these students deeply. In this updated workshop, learn how to make a positive difference for students living in poverty.

    Register by Sept. 22.
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  • MNEA Works
    for You
    Missouri NEA membership means benefits that help you provide the best possible education for the students in your school. Backed by the resources of the more than 3 million-member NEA, MNEA members enjoy a wide range of benefits that no other organization can match. Find Out More >

  • Join MNEA
    Five Months Free
    Join Missouri NEA now as a first-time active member*, and you will receive early enrollment benefits FREE between April 1 and Aug. 31. As an early enrollee, you will have reduced dues and you do not begin paying until September. Join the organization working for you.    Find Out More >

Workshops, Seminars & Conferences

Conferences & Workshops

Online Learning & Graduate Programs

MNEA Online Training
Missouri NEA's online training series offers a number of free or low cost live online webinars. This service is exclusive to MNEA members.

NEA Works4Me
NEA's library of classroom tips searchable by topic. Subscribers receive a weekly electronic newsletter with two practical classroom tips.

NEA Academy
This program features online classes such as Making Diversity Count, Managing Asthma in the School Environment, and The 5 Practices of Highly Effective Classrooms. Courses are appropriate for learning communities. Some courses are free to members, some have a modest fee and some have a graduate-credit option.

Free Reading Across the Curriculum online course 

The following workshops are available for your local association or school district. Please call the MNEA Teaching & Learning office at 1-800-392-0236 for more information.

  • Autism: Useful Techniques and Instructional Strategies
  • Advanced Classroom Management
  • Best Practices for Peer Observations
  • CARE Strategies for Closing Achievement Gaps
  • Dealing with Classroom Behavior Issues
  • Effective Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • English Language Learners: Strategies for the Regular Classroom
  • Introduction to National Board Certification
  • Mentoring New Teachers
  • Professional Development Committee Training
  • Student Growth Scores and Teacher Evaluations: Pitfalls and Possibilities
  • True Colors
  • Truth in Labeling: Disproportionality in Special Education

 




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HOPE Fund 

MNEA Charitable Fund 

Through its Humanitarian Outreach Project for Education Fund, Missouri NEA assists students and schools.

The HOPE fund aids students who have been affected by a natural disaster, hardship or other special circumstance with school-related expenses such as the purchase of school supplies or clothing.

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