The Award Winning 2015 NH Journal of Education is now available on-line!
The ASCD Executive Director, Judy Seltz, presented the award to NHASCD's President, Roberta Tenney and Board representatives. The citation noted the quality of the NH Journal of Education that Plymouth State University publishes with the support of NHASCD, and the pilot project with EduPlanet21 to provide members with additional resources and opportunities for dialogue before, during, and after NHASCD conferences.
Welcome to NHASCD's website. New Hampshire ASCD's mission is to serve as a catalyst for conversation and action to inspire excellence in teaching, learning, and leading. This goal is addressed through sponsoring a variety of conferences, publications, and special events on current topics of interest to New Hampshire educators. We look forward to your participation in these NHASCD professional learning communities.
To become an NHASCD member, send $40 to:
NHASCD, PO Box 66, Peterborough, NH 03458
Non-NHASCD member conf. reg. fees. When payment is received by the NHASCD office, the registrant will be granted a 12 month NHASCD membership.
Substitutions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the original registrant and the substitute's name & contact information.
"No Shows." There are no refunds for "no-shows."
Registrant Cancellations. If the NHASCD Office is notified re: a cancellation via email@example.com 14 days or more before the event, there is a $30. processing fee. Cancellations made 13 or fewer days prior to the event require full payment.
Program Cancellations. NHASCD reserves the right to cancel or postpone programs due to unforeseen circumstances such as extreme weather. A sub. speaker may be scheduled if absolutely necessary. In such cases, NHASCD makes every effort to contact all registrants.
Conference registration fee includes:
- Free parking and hand-out materials
- Continental breakfast and a full buffet lunch
- Opportunities to reflect and discuss the presenter's ideas and strategies for improving teaching, learning, and leading
- A chance to network with innovative educational leaders from all over NH and beyond
- Time to talk with Sponsors and Exhibitors about their programs, products, and services
- Raffle prizes
The New Hampshire Journal of Education is proudly co-sponsored by NHASCD and Plymouth State University, and its Editor is Dr. Marianne True ( ). It is published each spring with articles written by teachers, administrators, specialists, professors, and a variety of NHASCD conference presenters. The Journal provides New Hampshire educators the opportunity to reflect on their own professional experiences and action research through publishing articles in a top-quality educational journal. Many readers then enjoy sharing and discussing relevant Journal articles with colleagues in school PLC's and Faculty meetings.
Learn more about submitting your article to the journal.
2014 NHJE Sample Articles
NHASCD encourages all educators to stay informed about proposed legislation at both the state and federal levels. We also urge you to contact your representatives to express your professional perspectives and personal opinions on proposed legislation.
Common Core Implementation in NH" by NHASCD Past President Bill Carozza. Hear from Bill Carozza, Past President of New Hampshire ASCD and Principal of the Harold Martin School in Hopkinton, NH, on the challenges and successes that New Hampshire has had with CCSS implementation.