Calendar of Events


Upcoming NHEEMC events:

Math with Technology in Early Education (EDUC745/845)    This spring term (8 week) course will be offered beginning March 18th through May 9th. The course will explore active learning in early math. This is an online, 2-credit UNH course. Scholarship to assist with the cost of the course is available to NHEEMC members. For more information about the course, the scholarship or to sign up, email the NHEEMC project coordinator, Kiki Donis-Wahl: Kiki.donis-wahl@unh.edu. 

What’s happening around New Hampshire:

STEM Workshops for Educators at UNH.  

Computational Strategies: from Whole Numbers to Fractions: Are you looking for a math activities to engage all your students? Consider the NH Impact Center workshop for grade 1 – 6 teachers. "Computational Strategies: from Whole Numbers to Fractions" on March 7 (Thursday), 4:30-6:30 in Plymouth. For more information and to register visit https://campus.plymouth.edu/impact-center/upcoming-events

Making the Most of Your Math Time UNH Professional Development & Training is offering a one day workshop to explore some of the effective practices for teaching mathematics, learn strategies to foster student participation, and work through low floor - high ceiling tasks that allow all learners to successfully access grade level content. Additionally, participants will consider how to transition from whole group to small group in order to better remediate for struggling learners as well as pushing understanding for above level learners. This workshop will take place on April 12, 2019 at the Pease Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth. Visit the UNH PD&T website for more information https://training.unh.edu/course/making-most-your-math-time-k-5

Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale Training The University of New Hampshire's Department of Human Development and Family Studies, in collaboration with the NH Department of Health and Human Services, is hosting a free two-day training on the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale- 3rd Edition (ECERS-3). The ECERS-3 is currently proposed to be a tool to evaluate program quality as part of the NH's Quality Recognition and Improvement System for center-based programs with classrooms who serve children from 3-6 years, so this training is best for coaches, mentors, teachers, and administrators who want to provide self-evaluations for their own programs. May 21 (8:45am to 3:30pm) and May 22 (9:00am to 3:30pm), Bridges House, 21 Mountain Rd, Concord, NH 03301 To register, visit https://bit.ly/2EvIXS4

Benefits for Participant Educators

  • Free access to the services of the NHEEMC’s PD website
  • Scholarship to take a 2-credit online course at the University of New Hampshire
  • Free access to on-site coaching by the NHEEMC coaches
  • Free registration to annual Early Childhood STEM conference
  • Online and off-line venues to form professional learning community
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