To help you get a jump-start on fulfilling your CTLE hours requirement and your professional development goals, we are offering a free online ELT seminar for first-year NYSUT members.
How To Get Your NYSUT Member ID Number
If you have not yet received your NYSUT member ID card or if you need to get your ID number again, please contact us:
Phone: 1-800-342-9810 ext. 6224.
Available Hours: 9 am - 5 pm, Mon - Fri
Sign Up Using Your NYSUT Member ID
NYSUT SRPs in their first year of membership are eligible for one free online seminar that will earn 3 CTLE hours. Please choose from the list below and complete the rest of the registration process.
Limit is one free class per first-year member. Discounted seminar registrations are limited; this offer is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Read our Terms & Conditions for more information.
School-related professionals (SRPs) are often the ones in less structured parts of the school day-cafeteria, playground, hallways, bus, etc. They are be more likely to witness bullying because the people who bully tend to use larger, less structured areas as an opportunity to bully others.
This seminar offers strategies for dealing with students who exhibit chronic and extreme misbehavior, including violence. Participants will learn to understand the motivation behind this behavior and which intervention techniques to use when it occurs.
School-related professionals (SRPs) play an important role with students with disabilities whether it is in the special education classroom, on the bus, in the cafeteria, on the playground, etc. They may work closely with one student with severe disabilities or multiple students with less severe disabilities.
The seminar examines the complexity of the diverse student populations within our schools. Our students represent the financial disparity, diverse cultural backgrounds and differences in learning styles and abilities found amongst the citizens within our state.
Conflicts are normal and unavoidable occurrences in our everyday lives. Most of these are minor and easily resolved. Participants will learn how to handle minor conflicts that may occur with colleagues, supervisors and students and identify ways to defuse these situations before they can get escalate and get out of hand.
Through the NYSUT Education & Learning Trust, we offer a wide variety of affordable, flexible professional learning opportunities designed to help our members obtain CTLE and more.
New York State certification requirements can be daunting. Thankfully, your union has an office that’s specifically devoted to guiding our members through the certification process.