Aspiring Educators Progam

seam logoThe Student Education Association of Massachusetts is an affiliate of the Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA) and the National Education Association (NEA) and represents aspiring educators, individuals who are higher education students in educator preparation programs or interested in becoming public educators. A core-value of the SEAM program is to develop "classroom ready educators" when they enter the classroom. To fulfill this goal,SEAM organizes professional development workshops and training for aspiring educator members through out the year.

 

2021 MTA Spring Virtual Aspiring Educators Program

MTA’s Student Education Association of Massachusetts (SEAM) is offering a similar virtual program of workshops starting in March with new and exciting workshop offerings. The 2021 MTA Spring Virtual Aspiring Educators Program occurs every Tuesday from March 9- March 30, 2021 from 5pm - 6:30pm.

Here's what is on the schedule:

  • March 9: Understanding and Implementing the IEP | Lead by: Stephanie Hand, Helen Fitzgerald
  • March 16:The Fundamentals of Sheltered English Immersion | Lead by: Jessica Gold Boots
  • March 23: Political Issues | Lead by: Jenn Freeling
  • March 30: Designing Classrooms for Successful School Years | Lead by: Hannah French, Dawna Vella, Anthony Geehan

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Teaching Academic Vocabulary with Digital Tools - ECEC 2020

Surviving the Beginning of the School Year

A panel discussion with members of the MTA New Members Committee for the Aspiring Educators Virtual Program, October 2020.

Teaching Academic Vocabulary with Digital Tools - ECEC 2020

Presented by Michelle Austin and Christine Lloyd, Worcester, for SEAM members.