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Greetings. To continue NEA-New Hampshire’s support for new and aspiring educators, NEA-New Hampshire’s Aspiring and New Teacher Committee will be conducting a conference on April 16th. Currently, we aren’t sure whether the conference will be held in person or on a virtual platform, but we do want your opinions about the workshops in which you would be most interested and would benefit you.

Please take a couple of minutes to rate your interest in each of the following workshop topics.  Thank you in advance for helping NEA-NH create a conference that targets your needs and the needs of other new educators.

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* 1. Please rate your interest in each of the following workshop topics:

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Universal Design for Learning
How to Differentiate Instruction for Different Learners
How to Accept and Use Feedback
Strategies for Effective Time Management (meetings, grading, duties, etc.)
Classroom Management Strategies
Special Education Issues (e.g., how to read an I.E.P.)
Parent Communication/Relationships/Involvement
Boundaries with Students (Personal, Social Media, Mandatory Reporting, Code of Conduct)
Getting to Know Your Teaching Contract
Technology Tips and Resources
Strategies for Strengthening Your Personal Resilience
Forum for Open Discussion  and Q&A
How to Get Recertification in New Hampshire

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* 2. NEA-New Hampshire’s Aspiring and New Teacher Committee is seeking new teachers who are interested in helping NEA-NH address issues of interest to new educators such as the April 16th conference and sharing NEA resources with other new educators. If you would like to know more about this committee and/or have interest in participating on the committee, please share your name and the best email address at which to contact you in the boxes below.

Thank you for completing this survey to help us select workshop topics. We hope to see you on April 16th. If you’re looking for resource between now and April 16th, check out the new educator pages on the NEA-New Hampshire website at
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