The Negotiation Education Teachers (NET) Fellowship is our flagship national program, open, by application, to high school English teachers from all school networks. Each year, a chort of twenty teachers is selected to participate in an academic-year-long journey involving a 30-hour professional development course, purposeful observation of PATHWAYS-facilitated Game Changers workshops, connection to global leaders in negotiation, and support in creating original pedagogical tools. If you would like to take part, or recommend an educator for the program, please subscribe to our newsletter and keep an eye on our News page or our Facebook page for announcements in the early fall of each year.
NET Fellows create original teaching tools for bringing problem-solving negotiation education concepts and skills into their classroom, and growing the field of negotiation education. Each activity links a negotiation concept with a point of connection in the English language curriculum (literature, poetry, higher order thinking skills, oral/aural proficiency), brought to life through an experiential learning activity. Teaching tools are made available to the growing PATHWAYS Educator Community (of ~ 200 teachers, instructors, coordinators and inspectors) through our resource library.