Monthly Archives: January 2013

Planning for life after high school: An important step for students with disabilities

Everyone, students and adults alike, move or transition from one situation to another at various times throughout life.  So why is transition planning for students with disabilities, age 14 and older, so important? Students who receive special education services and … Continue reading

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New podcasts available for English Language Arts

Two new online learning opportunities are available on the AEA 267 English Language Arts website. Self-paced podcast modules have been created for use by individuals, small groups, or school-level teams. The two modules include: Power Writing, a process to increase … Continue reading

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Gov. Branstad and Lt. Gov. Reynolds learn about collaborative efforts between Iowa’s AEAs

  AEA Chief Administrators recently had an opportunity to meet with the Governor and Lt. Governor to discuss collaborative efforts between Iowa’s AEAs. Pictured are (L to R): Dr. Jon Sheldahl, Great Prairie AEA, Dr. Paula Vincent, Heartland AEA, Lt. … Continue reading

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New AEA 267 PLC webinar series offered

Administrators and teachers are invited to attend a Professional Learning Community (PLC) webinar series designed to assist with common questions regarding the establishment of PLCs within a school district or building. The webinars will be interactive and allow participants to … Continue reading

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Practical tips for keeping kids safe online

More and more students today have access to or own their own devices that connect them to the Internet. Staying “wired” or connected online has become part of how today’s students live. What can parents, grandparents and other caregivers do … Continue reading

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