Thank you for your participation in the Region 2 Technical Assistance Meeting “Shared Outcomes”! As well as a great big thank you for filling in at the last moment for us! Your session helped make the meeting a fun and educational experience for all who attended. We have received excellent feedback about the quality and usefulness of this year’s meeting.
Your session, “Cultural Proficiency and the 21st Century Family: Addressing Poverty, Disability and Ethnicity” was highly rated at 3.56 on a 4.00 scale. The following comments were received about your sessions “an eye opener. The importance of knowing the lens you view life through” and “this was a very important topic for me. I will definitely be contacting her in the near future!”
We greatly appreciate you taking time to join us at the Regional Meeting. Thank you for helping to make the event such a huge success!
Connie K. Hawkins Executive Director
Ms. Biagas was on point. I learned so much and was inspired as well. Simply put she was dynamic! – Conference Participant
Thank you for your contribution as a panelist to the NEA webinar, Our Role as Educators – Girls’ Pathways to Leadership. Your participation on the panel provided valuable look into school practice and efforts in foster gender equity in the classroom and beyond. I appreciated how you included examples from your life as an AP English teacher, but also brought out national trends. Too, we appreciate the extra effort you took to put together the handout, Things Educators Should Know About Teaching Girls, which we have placed on our website.
The webinar took patience, too! This was the first time for NEA to sponsor a Google Hangout conference with this level of sophistication. In fact, to produce the webinar, we built a team of staff from six NEA departments.
Now, we have an edited recording of the webinar on the website which can be used for further professional development. Please continue to let colleagues know about the webinar and resources.
You are amazing and we are grateful you came to share with us. We would love to access the resources and promise to do our best to bring them to our communities. -Benjamin Daniel