Monthly Archives: December 2011

AEA 267 guides educators beyond searching with Google

People all over the world use Google’s tools, such as Google Maps, Gmail, Calendar and of course Google Search. Google also has Google Docs, a suite of productivity tools such as word processing, spreadsheets, drawings, and presentations. There is real … Continue reading

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Iowa’s AEAs provide leadership and support in assistive technology for students

Is this technology really needed? The answer is sometimes yes, if the technology is assistive technology. Assistive technology (AT) is essentially any device that is needed by an individual with a disability to increase, maintain, or improve functional skills. Assistive … Continue reading

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“TrueFLIX” brings non-fiction to life for students

AEA 267 welcomes True Flix to its array of electronic resources for educators to assist students in understanding how to read nonfiction text! Trueflix features non-fiction science and social studies materials and offers many options for educators including the ability … Continue reading

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Plans in place for Professional Learning Community (PLC) conference

AEA 267, in conjunction with UNI and Solution Tree, is offering a PLC conference highlighting Becky and Richard DuFour and Solution Tree associates. The conference will be held June 19, & Oct. 2 -3, 2012 for schools that are just … Continue reading

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