I Can Do It 2020-2021 (February)

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2020-2021
Beginning Teacher Assistance Program

February Tuesday Evenings
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Feb. 2, 9, 16, and 23

Workshop Cost

$35 - MNEA members
$70 - Non-members

Fee can be paid by credit card at the time of registration or by school district purchase order. All fees are non-refundable.

Fee includes Beginning Teacher Assistance Program certificate and access to all asynchronous and synchronous virtual sessions.

Teacher certification in Missouri requires participation in a Beginning Teacher Assistance Program. MNEA and Maryville University have teamed up to offer a meaningful and convenient way for beginning teachers to receive a certificate verifying completion of this requirement. Attending this program fulfills the PC-I certification requirement for "participating in a beginning teacher assistance program sponsored by a college or university." 

The beginning teacher assistance program focuses on "I Can Do It," a classroom management program. Other topics include maneuvering the certification maze, legal issues, and strategies to address challenging behaviors. 


YOUR REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL YOU HAVE ENTERED YOUR PAYMENT INFORMATION AND RECEIVED A CONFIRMATION.

 

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MNEA member $35, Non-member $70

 
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Even though we are not at school supporting Missouri students, members continue to help every day during this crisis. MNEA wants to share your stories as we struggle through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are hearing about members who are continuing to care for their students by

  • volunteering at school district Grab & Go meal distribution centers and food drives
  • providing child care for essential medical staff
  • shopping for the elderly so they don’t have to leave the safety of their homes

Your stories help show that educators don’t stop caring. Please send your stories with pictures to MNEA at coronavirus@mnea.org, so we can share them. You can post to social media, making sure you tag @MissouriNEA and use the hashtags  #MNEAheroes and  #MNEAprotects.