The CEA Virtual Summer Experience—a series of live, interactive sessions where you can learn from your colleagues—is taking place August 3-5. Don’t miss your chance to take part!
Open to all CEA members, the free, virtual conference offers sessions on a variety of timely topics, including:
- Best Practices for Virtual Learning (K-5)
- Best Practices for Virtual Learning (Middle/HS)
- How to Engage Students in Conversations About Race (K-5)
- How to Engage Students in Conversations About Race (Middle/HS)
- Member Engagement in a Virtual World
- Signing Up New Hires
- Teacher Rights and Responsibilities in a Virtual Teaching Environment
- Treasurers/Membership Chairs Training
Check out the flier for full session descriptions.
At each session, members in attendance will be entered for a gift card drawing.
Recent NEA webinars covered a lot of ground, including CDC guidance on how to reopen for in-person instruction and when to reclose, accommodations for high-risk groups, federal leave laws, waivers, health and safety committees, and bargaining for the common good to protect school communities during a global pandemic.
Find out more and watch the webinar here.
CEA’s Legal Department has also put together guidance regarding school safety, accommodations, sick leave, and other important issues concerning your rights and COVID-19.
Read guidance from CEA Legal.
As a thank you for your tireless efforts and dedication this year, NEA Member Benefits is offering $150 Target gift cards to eight winners every week through July 6.
Click here to enter.
This week’s CEA Mindful Moment focuses on how to stay calm when there is chaos raging around you.
Life’s struggles can sometimes be like a pebble in your shoe. You have a choice to remove it and enhance your well-being or let it fester and become a bigger issue. Watch this week’s CEA Mindful Moments video and learn how to remove the pebble and not let issues overwhelm you.
In this week’s Mindful Moment video, CEA’s Kate Field discusses how cultivating plants can lower your stress and improve your outlook on life.
Simple acupressure techniques can help eliminate or reduce stress. Learn a few easy activities you can use and teach your students. Watch this week’s CEA Mindful Moment video.
This series of short videos from CEA Teacher Development Specialist Kate Field illustrates how mindfulness can enhance the overall well being of students and teachers. This week’s video is about the mindfulness lessons birds can teach us.
Are you holding on to anger or resentment? They could be causing you undue anxiety and stress.
Watch this week’s CEA Mindful Moment video, and learn activities to help you let go and enhance your well-being.