Welcome New Hampshire Educators
|Notes for Course Participants|
|OPEN NH Fall 2017 Session|
|October 4 through November 21|
|Register to take a Course|
After each Session, the courses are moved to their respective content categories by course number (BP = Best Practices, SS = Social Studies, etc). You will continue to have access to your courses in those category locations.
Courses covering more than one content area are placed in the "General Courses" category.
It’s a sensitive subject, for sure, but training and emergency planning is highly recommended by FEMA and Homeland Security. OPEN NH has a 4 hour tutorial available that uses information and resources from the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency ...Read the rest of this topic
OPEN NH Announces New Partnership with New England College
The NH e-Learning for Educators Initiative, offering online professional development courses and tutorials through OPEN NH, has an established a partnership with New England College to offer graduate credits for OPEN NH courses. ...Read the rest of this topic
OPEN NH has a new tutorial available:
ST-07 Developing An Effective Lau Plan for English Language Learners
The purpose of Developing Your Lau Plan for English Language Learners is to offer information and support to local education agencies (LEAs) about the federal responsibilities and ...Read the rest of this topic
OPEN NH Self Paced Tutorials
→ Register for any of the self-paced tutorials. Registration fee and number of Professional Development hours vary depending on the tutorial content and expectations!
To register by mail, visit the Registration page on the OPEN NH website.
Online registration is not necessary or required for district cohort participants.
Future Ready Schools New Hampshire helps superintendents, schools, faculty, students, and community members with resources, professional development, to get our students Future Ready.
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This suite of online surveys collects authentic feedback from students, educators, parents, and community members to document trends in teaching and learning.
2017 Surveys open October 16 - January 19.