Improving student learning for all students is a central part of the LAE's mission. Ensuring great schools, supporting great teaching and expecting student success is not only the right thing to, it is crucial to the professional well-being of our members and the schools they serve.Check out our latest offerings for professional development and be sure to visit this page often for updates and additions to our groundbreaking training events. Interested in attending? Register for the event(s) of your liking, below!
Interested in the labor movement? Professional organizing? Collaborative work-communities? Are you dedicated to helping the LAE in its continued efforts to build strong leaders and effective local associations? If so, you may consider a career as an organizer. In order to provide local educators with the specialized skills required to work as a union organizer, the association has designed a series of trainings to prepare potential candidates for education advocacy work in Louisiana. Participation in this program will provide the basic competencies (curriculum provided below) needed to perform the duties of LAE UniServ Directors.
Field Internship: Face-to-face coaching to meet clear measurable organizing goals
Learn how to create a classroom climate/culture conducive to learning while practicing routines, procedures, and rules that allow for flow and creativity. This workshop will also prepare you to work with parents and deal with difficult student behaviors. Lunch is included.
Training schedule TBA
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LAE State Headquarters
8322 One Calais Avenue
Baton Rouge, LA 70809