Quick links for newbie SBEA members . . .
- SBEA Leadership Team Contact Info
- Monthly SBEA News Reports
- About your Dues Dollars
- Paycheck info
NJEA has tons of resources for you! Here you’ll find a collection of tips, resources, and websites to understand the benefits of your association membership, as well as make your life in the classroom a little easier.
Join NJEA Early Career Members Network
Click here for tons of resources for classroom teachers. The network plans lots of great events to connect with early career NJEA members from across the state who often get together to share ideas and experiences. Some of the events include Paint Night, Trivia Night and social events at a local brewery.
Save BIG with NJEA Benefits!
One of the perks of being an NJEA member is access to our Member Benefits Program. The programs offered are designed to save you money and increase buying power. Click here to check out how you can save.
This column in the NJEA Review features links to websites offering resources and ideas to use in the classroom. There is a new topic each month and past columns are archived. Read more.
Digital Tools in the Classroom
Learn ways to embed video games into the classroom, or ways to think out of the box with Google Classroom, or take your students on a trip around the globe. Read more.
Classroom Close Up
Classroom Close-up NJ is more than just a showcase of New Jersey public schools’ successes, it’s also a tool for educators to share ideas & inspiration. Click here to search their database for success stories & AWESOME ideas for the classroom.
Order Free Classroom Materials from NJEA
NJEA Communications offers a number of free public relations materials members can hand out at back-to-school night, community and school events. Click here to access the online Order Form.
- Parent tips brochures
- Teacher communications notes
- Posters, or
- Static decals
Got Stress? Call NJEA Stress Hotline
AID-NJEA is a free, confidential 24-hour telephone helpline for school staff members and their families. The helpline is staffed by active and retired educators and school counselors who are trained to counsel and support their colleagues. The program provides telephone support, information, and resources for school employees experiencing some distress in their work or personal lives. Click here to learn more.