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The NH Learns Alliance stands with those calling for justice and change in this country: our voices must be heard. We know students of color are disproportionately impacted by violence and trauma with a direct impact on students' learning and well-being both in and out of school. We are committed to working with educators towards eradicating racist systems that keep students from attaining the best education possible - Recommended Resources

The NH Learns Alliance (formerly NH Learns Remotely Alliance) , while an immediate response to providing necessary support to our coalition constituents during the COVID-19 crisis, is intended to live beyond the crisis to continue to provide vetted resources for the NH education community. The Alliance includes leadership from NHSAA, NHSLMA, NHTI, NHASP, NHSTE, NHCTO, NHASCD, CAST, NHDoE, NEA-NH, NCDE, NHASEA, NHSBA, and VLACS and is intended to support the efforts of the New Hampshire educational community.

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The Department of Education is excited to announce a new professional development program that will give New Hampshire educators the opportunity to further develop skills related to effective virtual classrooms and facilitating engaging online instruction.

Title: Equipping NH Educators to Facilitate High Quality Virtual Learning Experiences

Dates: Choice of five-week sessions offered throughout the Summer, Fall, and Winter

Modality: Online (Canvas Learning Management System)

Details: Digital badge awarded upon completion of the micro-credential

Participants who successfully complete the micro-credential will receive a digital badge recognizing their demonstrated skills. The digital badge has been evaluated and may be applied toward the M.S. in Administration of Online Education degree program at Granite State College.

Teacher-participants are provided with a one-time direct stipend upon completion of the micro-credential. To encourage teachers to participate during the summer session (for implementation of new approaches in Fall) the Department of Education will provide a $500 stipend to those completing the program by August 29. Those participating in a Fall Cohort will receive a $300 stipend. Teachers participating in the Winter cohort will receive a $100 stipend.

For more information, please visit: granite.edu/teach-online.

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