Teachers and students can showcase and highlight student work, mentor and engage with students and the community, and create a comprehensive knowledge base and project exhibition space for their learning community.
Over the summer, we will be posting information on free and low-cost opportunities for our members. These resources will focus on the needs of our educators as we prepare for the next school year.
“I was hired by HSTA to rebuild our Professional Development program. We currently have three PD courses that are starting in the month of June.”
Beginning with the university’s Spring 2020 semester, all HIDOE employees will have two options to take Hawaiian language courses: enrollment in scheduled courses at UHCC campuses statewide or creation of custom courses for a group of employees.
"It's All Elementary!" is designed to provide teachers with exciting economics content that is aligned with the newly adopted Hawaii Core Standards in Social Studies (HCSSS).
Our professional development courses ensure our members are able to provide a stable, nurturing learning environment that supports students' learning needs.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association, in collaboration with Kamehameha Schools Hoolaukoa Educational Systems and Strategies, offers NEA Jump Start as a way to support candidates as they navigate their way through this complex process.
The agreement boosts employer contributions to health coverage and continues 21 hours of job-embedded professional development, amounting to more than $45 million to our members.
We need more information from our membership about recent PD problems with the DOE, including specific details from those who have experienced trouble with course availability, portfolio approvals and receiving credit for completed courses.