Events Calendar

Introduction to Neurodiversity

Neurodiversity is the newest buzzword in education, but what does it mean? In this session we'll learn about what neurodiversity is, how it shows up in our classrooms, and how we can support our kids who have ADHD, are autistic, or are otherwise neurodivergent. Applicable grade level(s): 3-12 Join us on Monday, August 2 from […]

Neurodiversity Problem-Solving Session

If you're already familiar with the idea of neurodiversity but are unsure of how to implement neuro-affirming practices in your classroom, this session is for you! We'll be talking about the challenges of working with neurodivergent kids in the classroom as well as how to overcome those challenges in a way that truly supports and […]

Engaging Families Beyond the Bake Sale 

Parents and guardians are an important part of the school community. They can be advocates, volunteers, tutors and more. If you school is struggling to stoke the home to school flame ,come to this workshop and leave with new ideas. Join us on Thursday, August 5 at 4pm.  This session will be held virtually and […]

Equitable Classroom Practices

We will explore 27 specific, observable teacher behaviors that communicate high expectations to students. This session will provide space for discussion and reflection on specific how educators can be purposeful in incorporating best practices for students. Join us on Tuesday, August 10 at 4pm.  This session will be held virtually and registration is required to […]

The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks

MTEA is pleased to welcome Dr. Jeanne Theoharis author of The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks. Register to learn more about the life of Rosa Parks participate in a virtual discussion, and receive a lesson plan you can use with students this fall. “Presenting a corrective to the popular notion of Rosa Parks as […]

Crayola Integrated Literacy and Visual Arts

Boerner Botanical Gardens 9400 Boerner Dr, Hales Corners

Geared for teachers and ESPs who work with students in early childhood through eighth grade, WEAC is partnering with Crayola Education to bring members a unique summer learning experience integrating art and literacy. Educators will learn strategies to help students make their thinking visible, promote reflective thinking, and extract deeper meaning from children’s book illustrations […]

$8

Crayola Integrated Literacy and Visual Arts Workshop

History Museum at the Castle 330 East College Avenu, Appleton

Geared for teachers and ESPs who work with students in early childhood through eighth grade, WEAC is partnering with Crayola Education to bring members a unique summer learning experience integrating art and literacy. Educators will learn strategies to help students make their thinking visible, promote reflective thinking, and extract deeper meaning from children’s book illustrations […]

$8

Incorporating Habits for a Successful Teaching Career

This 45 min session is about creating and establishing successful habits for being effective educator. The information is a combination of Stephen Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers and ASCD 7 Habits of Highly Affective Teachers Join us on Tuesday, August 24 from 4:30-5:15pm.  This session will be held virtually. Registration is required to receive […]

Crayola Integrated Literacy and Art Workshop

Kenosha Public Museum 5500 First Avenue, Kenosha

Geared for teachers and ESPs who work with students in early childhood through eighth grade, WEAC is partnering with Crayola Education to bring members a unique summer learning experience integrating art and literacy. Educators will learn strategies to help students make their thinking visible, promote reflective thinking, and extract deeper meaning from children’s book illustrations […]

$8

Creating A Well Rounded Writer

This 45 minute session will provide members with strategies that include implementing purpose and audience into a variety of writing tasks. Join us on Tuesday, August 31 from 4:30-5:15pm.  This session will be held virtually. Registration is required to receive the meeting link.  Registration closes at 12pm the day before the session.

WEAC Wednesday Webinar

Virtual

Strengthening Classroom Conditions for Family Engagement In this session teachers, aspiring educators and ESPs will assess current classroom practices as they relate to family engagement, identify your own strengths and weaknesses in family engagement and examine ways to link parent and caregiver commitment to student learning. REGISTER HERE!  

Recurring

Creating a Welcoming School Climate for Family Engagement

Participants will identify elements of a welcoming school climate, reflect on one's own experience interacting with parents and caregivers, identify what is in and out of an educator's control, and examine the effectiveness of communication systems (both written and verbal) used by schools and families. This is one workshop in an entire family engagement series […]