TeachAde eBulletin March 31, 2012

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Welcome to the latest edition of the TeachAde eBulletin, a quick email with the latest information on TeachAde, tips to assist you in your classroom and news to help you get the most from your membership.
 
In this eBulletin you will:
* View Our Colorful Spring Greeting to You
* Understand the Celebration of Passover
* Learn About Autism Awareness Day on 4/2/12
* Celebrate National Poetry Month; Posters and Planned Activities
* Be Able to Identify and Implement Solutions to End Child Abuse
* Find Out About National Environmental Education Week (EE Week) 2012
* Investigate NEA's Academy and The Programs Offered for Credits

         
Spring is Here! Brighten Your Day With Our Greeting!

 
Happy spring to all of our members!

Take a moment out of your busy day and enjoy our colorful greeting to you!

 
 Warm Wishes for Our Jewish Friends During Passover

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This year, Passover starts Saturday, April 7 and will continue for seven days until Friday, April 13.

Many people spend the Passover period with family or close friends. They make a special effort to ensure that older people, the poor, and those living alone can take part in the ceremonial meals known as Seder. They may do this by inviting people into their homes or giving them a gift basket. Passover gift baskets are filled with Seder plates and ceremonial foods and wine.


Find more information about the meaning of Passover as well as Passover traditions with this site for teens and kids.
     
Light It Up Blue for Autism Awareness on 4/2/12

 
Autism Awareness


Autism is one of the fastest growing developmental disabilities and is certainly impacting the population of our schools. CNN reports Autism has increased 78% in the last decade with latest estimates the disability will affect 1 in 80 births and 1 in 54 boys.

April has been designated as National Autism Awareness Month, with AAutism Awareness QR Codepril 2 being declared as National Autism Awareness Day. 

Several famous people who may have had autism include: Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Mark Twain, Emily Dickinson, Beethoven, Van Gogh, Mozart, Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Edison.

Join us in celebrating 


     
Celebrate National Poetry Month

 
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National Poetry Month was inaugurated in April 1996 by the Academy of American Poets.

Check out these resources for tips, lessons and tools to encourage students to get active in writing their own poetry.


       
Child Abuse Prevention Month

 
National Child Abuse Prevention Month was established to identify and implement solutions to child abuse. Find out what you can do to protect children.


Child Abuse Prevention Month


       
National Environmental Education Week (EE Week)

National Environmental Education Week
EE Week is the nation's largest environmental education event held each year the week before Earth Day (April 22).

It inspires environmental learning and stewardship among K-12 students. EE Week connects educators with environmental resources to promote K-12 students' understanding of the environment.


This year, National Environmental Education Week is April 15-21. EE Week is a program of the National Environmental Education Foundation.

       
Investigate the NEA Academy & Their Programs for Credit

Looking for high-quality Professional Development opportunities?


All Professional Development courses offered through the NEA Academy are carefully screened against a set of quality standards developed by NEA members in consultation with the National Staff Development Council. Most offer 1-3 Continuing Education credits. Check it out!

 
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