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Master of Arts in Science Education webinars

Join us online to learn about our online master’s degree in science education, which is the perfect program for any educator with a passion for science. Dr. Bill Cobern will discuss program details and answer your questions. Dr. Cobern is a professor of biological sciences and science education.

  • TBD - check back soon

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Hot legal topics for educators webinar series  

Our “Hot Legal Topics for Educators” series will delve into need-to-know facts and laws that affect your students, classrooms and career. Here is a sample of what you will learn:

  • Provisions of emergency seclusion and restraint.
  • Philosophy behind restorative justice practices.
  • Avoiding legal "traps" during the holiday season.
  • When social media loses its free speech protection.
  • Retirement system for current public school employees.
  • Standards for classroom observations and common evaluation mistakes.

Dr. Brett Geier is a seasoned educator and expert in public education law, in topics such as state school finance systems and Free Exercise and Establishment Clause challenges in the public schools. He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology.

If you wish to earn SCECHs, you must register here. If you wish to attend without earning SCECHs, simply click a link below to register.

  • September 27

    Seclusion & Restraint 
    Watch a recording here.
  • October 25

    Restorative Justice/Zero Tolerance 
    Watch a recording here.
  • November 15

    Holiday Issues in Public Schools 
    Watch a recording here.
  • January 24

    Social Media Law for Teachers & Students 
    Watch a recording here.
  • February 28

    Retirement and MPSERS
    Watch a recording here.
  • March 21

    Public School Teacher Evaluation 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. ET
    (Click the link to register.)
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