REAL Food for Thought: Reading Circles for Racial Literacy

Virtual

This special series will invite members who are currently (or interested) in organizing reading circles for racial literacy in their school or community spaces. We will share and participate in facilitation models that help us move from the learning space to the action space. Participants will receive a special resource created NJEA members to support […]

Community Cultural Wealth Series: Aspirational Capital

Virtual

This conversation series is based on Dr. Tara Yosso’s Community Cultural Wealth (CCW) framework that identifies six forms of “cultural capital.” This framework disrupts our implicit bias by re-framing deficit-thinking into asset-based thinking and acknowledges how the collective resilience of historically-marginalized communities add tremendous value to our classrooms and school communities. The focus of this […]

REAL Power of the Pen Series: Fall 2021

Virtual

This four-part series will be hosted through Saturdays in October to participate in writing circles to amplify the power of our pens as educators advance our movement for racial literacy, equity and affirmation. Participants will choose the focus of their writing and set intentions — will you deepen your curriculum? write a compelling op-ed? craft […]

REAL Food for Thought: Reading Circles for Racial Literacy

Virtual

This special series will invite members who are currently (or interested) in organizing reading circles for racial literacy in their school or community spaces. We will share and participate in facilitation models that help us move from the learning space to the action space. Participants will receive a special resource created NJEA members to support […]

Community Cultural Wealth Series: Linguistic Capital

Virtual

This conversation series is based on Dr. Tara Yosso’s Community Cultural Wealth (CCW) framework that identifies six forms of “cultural capital.” This framework disrupts our implicit bias by re-framing deficit-thinking into asset-based thinking and acknowledges how the collective resilience of historically-marginalized communities add tremendous value to our classrooms and school communities. The focus of this […]

REAL Power of the Pen Series: Fall 2021

Virtual

This four-part series will be hosted through Saturdays in October to participate in writing circles to amplify the power of our pens as educators advance our movement for racial literacy, equity and affirmation. Participants will choose the focus of their writing and set intentions — will you deepen your curriculum? write a compelling op-ed? craft […]

Community Cultural Wealth Series: Familial & Social Capital

Virtual

This conversation series is based on Dr. Tara Yosso’s Community Cultural Wealth (CCW) framework that identifies six forms of “cultural capital.” This framework disrupts our implicit bias by re-framing deficit-thinking into asset-based thinking and acknowledges how the collective resilience of historically-marginalized communities add tremendous value to our classrooms and school communities. The focus of this […]

Collaborative Communication for ESP Members

This session will engage support professionals in a process that allows them to explore challenges that they face in their work and then work collaboratively to resolve them. The goal of this session is to help members address professional challenges through productive conversational practices and collaboratively build a more effective and resilient school community. This […]

Frederick Joseph, Presented by the Bergen County Education Association

Virtual

From the perspective of a friend, Frederick Joseph offers candid recollections of his own experiences with racism. Joseph’s anecdotal presentation invites participants to engage in meaningful self-reflection and courageous conversation. Please click here to register. 

Healing Conversations for Educators

In this workshop participants will discover why healing is important to their personal and professional life and explore deepening the art of conversation. This workshop is presented by Hudson County Education Association. All NJEA members are welcome to attend. Click here to register.