NHASCD is pleased to announce the selection of four new board members who will each help support our work to act as a catalyst for conversation to inspire excellence in teaching, learning, and leading. The four new members bring diverse experiences and expertise to our work and the mission of NHASCD. We welcome Dr. Lois Costa, Superintendent of Schools, SAU … Read More
Watch a series of short videos produced by NHASCD and the NH Department of Education in which NH Educators discuss their experiences and best practices in Remote Teaching. Many thanks to all who participated in this project. We hope others are willing to share their story! Contact Jan Yost at firstname.lastname@example.org. The video playlist can be accessed here.
NHASCD is pleased to announce that Dr. Cara Procek has been selected to receive its 2021 Outstanding Educational Leader Award. Procek has been an educator for 30 years. Her career has spanned many grades and subjects including positions at the elementary level, middle school language arts reading specialist, high school English, adult education, curriculum administration, and college teaching. Cara currently … Read More
Beat Teacher Burnout Institute – Are you starting to feel burned out—exhausted and ragged? Have you felt your passion, purpose, and energy for teaching fading? Are you struggling with managing stress? Do administrators keep telling you to “take care of yourself” without offering resources to help you do so? You know that your students need you at your best, but … Read More
NHASCD is excited to announce the launch of our new podcast, NHASCD Spotlight. This series will feature conversations on educational topics with educators from NH, as well as other ASCD State Affiliates, authors, and many more. You can listen to us on Breaker Google Podcasts Overcast PocketCasts RadioPublic Spotify Resources area of this website Remember to subscribe so you don’t … Read More
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 be screening applicants for the Class of 2021 in April. The new class will be announced … Read More
The PSU ASCD Student Chapter is an Educator Preparation club! As a group, they further themselves to become the best possible educators they can be. This amazing group of pre-service educators participates in a variety of activities: volunteering, fundraising, team building, attending the ASCD Empower Conference, networking, and working on professional development. NHASCD is proud to support the PSU Student … Read More
Register for our Virtual and On-site Events now to get the Early-Bird Discounts. Get the Early Bird Discounts for NHASCD’s Virtual Webinars and March Conference. Register by the indicated dates and get a deep discount on your registration fee. October Virtual Webinar – Collective Efficacy: A School Community’s Approach to Positively Affecting Students featuring Steve Ventura. Early Bird Discount available … Read More
Buy Individual or Institutional Professional Learning Packages for the 20-21 Season and receive deep discounts. Individual Season Tickets Non-member: For $369 you get 2 on-line events, 1 on-site event, and 6 archived recorded events. A $615 value. (40% savings) Members: For $309 you get 2 on-line events, 1 on-site event, and 6 archived recorded events. A $515 value. (40% savings) … Read More
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.
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