Thursday, November 14, 2013

AEA PD Online: LIVE!

Upcoming Events

Core Skills Mastery-Decision Makers and Teachers Leaders
November 19, 2013
To access this webinar go to, click "Attend a Meeting" , and enter  190 671 135

Core Skills Mastery-Classroom Teachers
December 3, 2013
To access this webinar go to, click "Attend a Meeting", and enter 190 578 557

Core Skills Mastery is online e-curriculum available for schools free of charge.  This webinar will help teachers and leaders understand how the program works and how to get started.

Unleash Technology with Atomic Learning
November 21, 2013
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Did you know that the state of Iowa provides access to Atomic Learning? Have you explored all of the resources yourself? This 20 minute session will help you learn more about the key features of Atomic Learning for professional development, how-to training, and classroom tech integration. This session will cover:

-  How to access just in time training
-  An overview of professional development tools
-  Resources to integrate today’s technology into your curriculum with one easy search

Learn how our resources can assist with all curriculum areas at each grade level, and share with you tools to enhance and build your classroom into a 21st century-rich learning environment.

Going Mobile in the Classroom
December 18, 2013
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Do you have a BYOD or 1-1 initiative that has begun or is already in full swing?  Are you looking for resources for energizing the classroom in using mobile devices?  Attend this 20 minute webinar to see how the resources in Atomic Learning can help you effectively use mobile devices in your classroom!

Archived Events

Introduction to Standards Based Grading
Adam Vorrie, a social studies teacher at Northeast Hamilton Schools, shares his work with applying Standards Based Grading to his social studies curricula.

Part I

Part II

Veterans Day Assembly
At Dallas Center-Grimes High School, Veteran Skip Boysen shares his experiences coming home from both the Vietnam and Gulf wars.

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