Monthly Archives: March 2014

Looking for resources to help with your student’s learning?

Does your child need information for a school assignment, or even a personal interest? Students in grades K-12 at all Iowa accredited schools have access to 14 helpful online resources provided by Area Education Agency 267 (AEA 267) in cooperation … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be kindergarten ready?

Thanks to Emily Banks, Preschool Coordinator at Marshalltown Community School District for submitting this article. “How can I help my child get ready for kindergarten?” This is a question often asked by parents and caregivers to their child’s preschool teacher. … Continue reading

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Webinar highlights AEA digital resources for Close Reading

Iowa AEA Media Librarians, in collaboration with the Iowa Department of Education and the AEA 267 Literacy Team, have developed a webinar to promote AEA digital resources and illustrate how these resources can support implementation of the Iowa Core Standards. … Continue reading

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What is cyberbullying and how can it be addressed?

“Sticks and stones can break my bones but words…” can break my heart. For years, we’ve finished this phrase with “can never hurt me.” but the truth is, words have an enormous impact on how children see themselves and operate … Continue reading

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Transition: Working to build a life beyond the classroom

The story of how Elias, a student with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, is working toward building a life beyond high school. Elias has received assistance and guidance from AEA 267 Transition Services in order to gain work experience and build valuable … Continue reading

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