Register before April 30 for NEA Micro-Credentials Virtual Professional Learning Communities

We are pleased to announce that registration has open for our national NEA Micro-Credentials virtual PLCs.


Timeline: Registration closes April 30, or sooner if filled.  PLCs start in early May and end in late June.


Description:  NEA will be providing members an opportunity to participate in a virtual Professional Learning Community (PLC) to support successful completion of a NEA Micro-credential from start to finish. Educators who participate in a PLC to complete a micro-credential are more likely to earn their badge the first time. The virtual PLC will be facilitated by a trained micro-credential facilitator and consist of weekly support meetings via zoom. Only NEA members can participate in these PLCs.  All members of Missouri NEA are also members of NEA.


Members may register for one of the following PLCs:

                     Classroom Routines and expectations

                     Building relationships online

                     Introduction to Universal Design and Learning (online learning)

                     Virtual Engagement Strategies for Asynchronous Learning

                     Virtual Engagement Strategies for Synchronous Learning

                     Responsible and Ethical Use of Technology


Link to registration:


                     Please note, this professional learning opportunity is open only to NEA members.


Resources on NEA Micro-credentials:

                     Learn more about NEA Micro-credentials

                     View all Micro-credentials on NEA Certification Bank

                     Join the Conversation on NEA edCommunities


Please email  if you have any questions. 


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