PSBA provides relevant training on current issues facing school districts. Featured events are designed to support members as challenges emerge, shifts occur in state legislature compliance, or as a result of members’ feedback and requests.
Registration is available via myPSBA.org. The myPSBA member portal is your resource for event registrations, online learning and connecting with members statewide. Browse and view online learning courses and recorded webinars, and register for signature and featured events. Keep track of your course enrollment and your progress toward badges and certificates. Need to complete required training? Log onto myPSBA to see requirements specific to your role and to take courses.
To plan your educational event calendar a year in advance, check out the Year in Learning catalog.
Date: August 13 – September 24, 2020 | Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for reopening schools, requiring creativity and adaptation. The Starting Strong webinar series addresses topics of current relevance, from board self-assessment to culturally responsive leadership to staff mental health. Veteran school directors and experts will present best practices to help you and your board prepare in key areas and grow in effectiveness.
Date: August 17 – September 14, 2020 | Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The coronavirus pandemic has turned the spotlight on education technology in schools across the nation. From online learning programs to data modeling, tech tools are an increasingly large part of the new landscape of learning. In Keynote Webinar Series II, experts in technology, data and innovation will share knowledge on using technology wisely and responsibly to enhance student learning and achievement.
Webinar – Roles & Responsibilities: A PSBA Digital Workshop
This digital workshop provides individual school directors the opportunity to dive deeper into the role of effective governance and understand the management role.
Webinar: What is Equity? A PSBA Digital Workshop
This workshop sets the foundation for understanding and incorporating equity in your leadership and will provide common language regarding equity terms and context to systemic inequities in national, state and local school practices.