Lucy Canotas Named NHASCD Secretary

The New Hampshire Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (NHASCD) is pleased to announce that Lucy Canotas was named the new Board Secretary effective June 25, 2020. Currently, Canotas is the Director of Elementary Education in the Timberlane Regional School District, and in 2015 received the National Education Association’s Teaching Excellence Award.  

EDies: Mike Anderson Selected as the 2020 NHASCD Outstanding Educational Leader

Award Recipient

NHASCD is pleased to announce that Mike Anderson has been selected to receive its 2020 Outstanding Educational Leader Award. Anderson is an award-winning teacher, author, and educational consultant. Mike has touched the lives of educators throughout the world by leading great learning on topics such as choice-based differentiated learning, blending social-emotional learning into daily academic work, supporting students with effective … Read More

Are You An Emerging Leader? Do You Know Someone Who Is?

Dana Foulds, NHASCD Board Member and Class of 2016 ASCD Emerging Leaders, calls on NH Educators to be part of the Emerging Leaders Program. The window for applying for the 2020 Class of ASCD Emerging Leaders has passed, but the ASCD selection committee will soon be screening applicants.  The new class will be announced in September. Let’s look forward to … Read More

Getting Remote Learning Right – ASCD Educational Leadership

  This month, Educational Leadership, ASCD’s flagship magazine, will publish a timely, online-only issue available to everyone. “A New Reality: Getting Remote Learning Right” will feature expert advice, personal reflections, and resources on teaching and learning during the coronavirus crisis, including issues of instructional quality, equity, social-emotional learning, and student and family support. Contributors include Lee Ann Jung, Mike Flynn, Jessica Minahan, Justin Reich, Dena … Read More

Steve Lebel appointed NHASCD President-Elect

The New Hampshire Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (NHASCD) is pleased to announce that Steve Lebel, Ed.D,  was named the new President-Elect effective July 1, 2020. Currently, Lebel is an Instructional Coach at Amherst Middle School,  secretary of the NHASCD Board of Directors and a Math Reviewer for EdReports.  He has an Ed.D in Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership … Read More

Stress-Burning Strategies for Educators

The following articles are from ASCD Express – Ideas from the Field These are stressful times.  Even when not experiencing a global pandemic, nearly half of all teachers say they have  high levels of daily stress. Without tools to manage these feelings, teacher burnout and turnover rates will continue to climb. What can make teaching more sustaining and less draining? … Read More

NH Learns Remotely Webinar Schedule

Several NH Professional Organizations have joined together to create an alliance called the NH Learns Remotely.  The NH Learns Remotely Alliance includes leadership from NHSAA, NHASP, NHSTE, NHCTO, NHSLMA, NHASCD, and the NHDoE.  This team has started to identify immediate priorities for providing webinars on critical topics.  The following is the schedule for upcoming webinars, as well as a call … Read More

Updates from ASCD Capitol Connection

School Meals Part of COVID-19 Emergency Relief Last night, President Trump signed the second emergency legislative package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike the first legislation that dealt primarily with funding vaccine research, infection monitoring, and first responder gear, this second, now-enacted law, the Family First Coronavirus Response Act, includes several school-related provisions for school meals and child nutrition. … Read More

SNHU Student Chapter – Supporting Future Educators and the Community

Follow the very active and involved SNHU Student Chapter (Education Club).  Its mission is to develop leadership, improve instructional practices, and improve educational resources for current and future educators and students along with giving back to the community. Chapter Members have hosted and participated in an array of opportunities such as Managing Your Stress Level During Finals Week, Crisis Prevention … Read More

NH Journal of Education Now Available

The New Hampshire Journal of Education is published for public school administrators and educators, curriculum specialists, school board members, higher education administrators and educators, as well as anyone with an interest in the progress of education. The latest issue’s focus is Personalized Inclusive Educational Pathways which allow children and youth to get what they need, when and where they need … Read More