Calendar of Events


Upcoming NHEEMC events:

Math with Technology in Early Education (EDUC745/845)  The course explores active learning in early math. This is an online, 2-credit UNH course. The next session will be offered March 16 to May 7, 2020. 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:

UNH STEM Lab workshops for Educators  

Making the Most of Your Math Time (K-5) A common problem found in many math classrooms is how do I meet the needs of all learners and still make it through my grade level content? Some learners struggle to keep up with grade level concepts, while others would benefit from more challenging content that takes their understanding to a deeper level. In this workshop, participants will explore effective practices for teaching mathematics, learn strategies to increase student participation and engagement, as well as work through a variety of performance tasks that allow all learners to successfully access grade level content. December 6, 2019, 9:00-3:30, UNH Manchester Campus, 88 Commercial St. To register, visit https://training.unh.edu/course/making-most-your-math-time-k-5

What We Say and How We Say It Matters. We want our students to be self-motivated--to have energy and enthusiasm for schoolwork and to be driven from within to do great work. And yet…we may find ourselves in language habits that actually undermine many of these (and other) positive goals for students. So, what should we say? That’s what this workshop is all about! Through an active and interactive format, educators will: Learn key content about effective language; Consider many language habits that support student motivation and engagement; Engage in rich discussions with colleagues; Learn a process for changing language; Create a personalized plan for shifting a language habit; Gain access to an online binder of resources for further reflection and to share with colleagues. Receive a copy of What We Say and How We Say It Matter: Teacher Talk That Improves Student Learning and Behavior (Mike Anderson, 2019, ASCD) December 13, 2019, 9:00-3:30, Portsmouth. To register, visit: https://training.unh.edu/whatwesay

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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