Events

ESP Professional Development Day

Don’t miss this first-ever virtual MSEA ESP Professional Development Day where education support professionals from across the state gather to learn, share, and grow as a union member and advocate. Nine workshops to choose from!

How to Be an Equitable Practitioner

These workshops will provide the opportunity for you to learn about the current inequities in education and effective practices you can use to teach all types of learners. There will be four total sessions and participants can choose the two they wish to attend. This will be a members-only event.

MSEA’s 2020-2021 Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator Series

MSEA invites members to attend MSEA’s 2020-2021 Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator series.

MSEA's Annual IPD Conference: Embracing Humanity in Education

Join us on March 13, 2021 for MSEA's Annual IPD Conference Attendees will be able to select breakout sessions from many topics such as: ACEs/social emotional learning, racial justice, self-care, civic education, and digital teaching and learning to name a few. Come discuss current topics with colleagues and learn from MSEA members and experts in the field!

Career Readiness Workshop

Choose from a number of workshops designed to help you feel confident as you start your job search. Sessions will cover resume building, interview tips, advice from first year teachers, and more. Discussions will be real, relevant, and helpful to all aspiring educators.

Praxis Core Overview Session

Join MSEA Praxis Core tutors to go over the basics of the Praxis Core, what each section looks like, study tips and tricks, and resources available to MSEA members.

MSEA Racial Social Justice Summit

Join us for MSEA’s second Racial Social Justice Summit on February 19 and 20. You will hear from keynote experts, discuss current topics with your co-workers, and learn from MSEA members.

The Importance of Black History

The historically white lens through which Black history has been taught for centuries denies our students the important contributions and varied experiences of Black and Brown people. Join the conversation to learn about the importance of teaching Black history and how the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future contributes to equity for all students.

Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator: Module Two (Repeat Session)

MSEA invites members to attend our Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator series. Module Two of this four-part series will focus on becoming trauma-sensitive. Registration deadline: Thursday, January 14, 2021

Women’s Concerns Committee Leadership Cohort Training - Second Session

The Women’s Concerns Committee Leadership Training is a year-long, cohort-based learning and development journey that supports educators as they gain understanding and experience in leadership and grow as leaders and activists in their local, state, and national associations.

Minority Affairs Committee Leadership Cohort Training - Second Session

The 2020 Minority Affairs Committee Leadership Cohort Training features leadership, coalition-building, and racial justice training grounded in diversity, inclusion and equity—providing critical knowledge and skills that will define each participant’s leadership journey as an anti-racist educator and change agent for dismantling racism in public education.

Praxis Core Overview Session

Join MSEA Praxis Core tutors to go over the basics of the Praxis Core, what each section looks like, study tips and tricks, and resources available to MSEA members.

National Board Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Jump Start Seminar

MSEA Center for Professional Learning invites members to attend a half-day virtual National Board Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Jump Start Seminar (previously called Renewal).

National Board Jump Start Seminar

MSEA Center for Professional Learning invites members to attend a two-day virtual National Board Jump Start Seminar. This seminar helps focus participants working on the certification process and requirements while using tools and resources provided to support them.

MSEA’S 36th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Join us on January 16 for Making Good Trouble: Marching for Change, the 36th Annual MSEA Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.

Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator: Module Two

MSEA invites members to attend our Becoming a Trauma-Informed Educator series. Module Two of this four-part series will focus on becoming trauma-sensitive.

2020

Praxis Core Overview Session

Join MSEA Praxis Core tutors to go over the basics of the Praxis Core, what each section looks like, study tips and tricks, and resources available to MSEA members.

Women’s Concerns Committee Leadership Cohort Training - First Session

The Women’s Concerns Committee Leadership Training is a year-long, cohort-based learning and development journey that supports educators as they gain understanding and experience in leadership and grow as leaders and activists in their local, state, and national associations.

Minority Affairs Committee Leadership Cohort Training - First Session

The 2020 Minority Affairs Committee Leadership Cohort Training features leadership, coalition-building, and racial justice training grounded in diversity, inclusion and equity—providing critical knowledge and skills that will define each participant’s leadership journey as an anti-racist educator and change agent for dismantling racism in public education.

Degrees Not Debt

Join NEA Member Benefits' in learning about our no cost tool to see if you have access to any Federal Student Loan Forgiveness and Income Driven Repayment plans. The stress of the Student Loan burden effects many of us.