NJSBA is hosting a series of Facebook Live events to address questions from school boards,  administrators and educators during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit the NJSBA Facebook page to tune in. 

I-STEAM and Sustainability Lessons with John Henry, Wednesday, June 24 at 10 a.m. 

This month, the New Jersey State Board of Education adopted academic standards in seven content areas that emphasize climate change.  New Jersey is the first state in the nation to take this action.  

Join us for the next Facebook Live for a discussion with John Henry, NJSBA I-STEAM and sustainable schools specialist; Michael Heinz, science coordinator from New Jersey Department of Education; and Heather McCall from Sustainable Jersey for Schools regarding the rationale for climate change education. Erica DeMichele, K-12 supervisor of STEM and sustainability and coordinator of STEM initiatives for Delran Township schools, and Kelly Stone, K-5 STEAM teacher from George L. Catrambone School in Long Branch, will share how they have implemented climate change education in their schools.  

Facebook Live Event: A Discussion with the Garden State Film Festival’s Executive Director,Thursday, June 25 at 10 a.m.  

Join host Michael Kvidahl, NJSBA digital marketing specialist, and Lauren Concar Sheehy, executive director of the Garden State Film Festival, for a discussion about the importance of film in the classroom. They will also discuss the resources the Garden State Film Festival provides for school districts and how to support student filmmaking.  

Interested in a Previous Broadcast? 

Replays of previous broadcasts are listed on the “videos” tab on the left side of the NJSBA Facebook page. Make sure you click the “like” button so you can be notified when NJSBA goes live in future broadcasts. Events will be announced on www.njsba.org, through School Board Notes and through our Facebook page.