Is your elementary leadership team using data to make decisions? Do you want to get a head start in building the necessary MTSS infrastructure for participation in later phases of statewide implementation?
If you answered yes, then your elementary literacy leadership team should plan to attend Great Prairie AEA’s November 17th MTSS Overview and three future professional learning dates. Not sure? Attend the November 17th Overview and then opt-out of future sessions. See attached flier.
When & Where?
Monday, November 17, 2014
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Lunch not included.
- Fairfield Arts & Convention Center, 200 North Main, Fairfield, IA (Face-to-face)
- Harold L. Mick Office (AEA), 103 South A Street, Albia, IA (Zoom w/ site facilitator)
- Burlington AEA Office, 3601 West Avenue, Burlington, IA (Zoom w/ site facilitator)
Who should attend?
Building Administrator and Elementary Literacy Leadership Team Members (4-5 people)
Dr. Angelisa Fynaardt, Associate Administrator
We just learned that NTC has partnered with Coursera to offer two new MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) for free to any teacher anywhere.
- Common Core in Action: Literacy in the Content Areas – Exploring Literacy Design Collaborative Template Tasks
- Common Core in Action: Math Classroom Challenges – Using Formative Assessment to Guide Instruction
These two courses are two of the five that will be offered this year through NTC and they start today! Feel free to pass this link on to anyone that you think would be interested: https://www.coursera.org/ntc
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A list of the October 2014 headlines featuring a Great Prairie AEA School District:
Post updated throughout the month. Did we miss something? Send your school news to email@example.com. Note: The articles compiled in this list come from independent media sources who are solely responsible for their content. GPAEA staff did not participate in writing any of these articles and GPAEA does not necessarily endorse the content of the articles. Some articles may be available only by subscription.
Tuesday, September 30, Great Prairie AEA welcomed over 80 visitors to the 21st Century Classroom (Room 21C). Thank you to everyone who attend in person and virtually. We couldn’t be more excited about the possibilities for the future of redesigned learning.
Redesigned learning is an intentional, creative process. The goal is to create relevant, positive solutions that improve student learning. We asked visitors their reaction to Room 21C and this is what we heard:
Visit our Facebook Page to see more videos & photos from the night.
GPAEA Media has provided these curricular resources for 21st century tech and information literacy from Rosen to our schools. Now you have more options to use on multiple devices!
Contact your librarian for username/password.
Direct link at http://rosenlearningcenter.com
Or always from the GPAEA media page http://www.gpaea.org/m/en/media_library/