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Trainings for office support staff offered

Trainings for office support staff offered

We are excited to share with you two courses being offered for office support staff in May at Central Rivers AEA Cedar Falls office. Office support staff are often overlooked when it comes to professional learning, yet...

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New course options available for Evaluator License renewal

New course options available for Evaluator License renewal

Iowa administrators and/or evaluators who want to renew an evaluator license may choose from several options, including two new courses and the Collaborative Leadership Institute with Peter Dewitt, offered through Heartland AEA. Details and registration links can...

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New District Transportation Process

New District Transportation Process

Chapter 285.9(3) of the Iowa Code requires the Area Education Agency Board of Directors to approve all bus routes outside the boundaries of the school district operating the buses. This has been interpreted to mean regular routes...

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Tiered Algebra 2018-2019

Tiered Algebra 2018-2019

Tuesday, May 1, will be an introduction for those interested in implementing the Tiered Algebra structure during the 2018-2019 school year. This workshop will be held in Cedar Falls at Central Rivers AEA from 9:00 – 3:00. The day...

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Makerspaces Meetup

Makerspaces Meetup

A Maker Meetup is an opportunity to chat and tinker with like-minded educators. By networking, learning and sharing with others, we can bring design making to all youth. The day will include a keynote by an expert in the area...

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Computer Science Teacher Preparation Program

Computer Science Teacher Preparation Program

The deadline to apply to be a district partner under the grant for the Computer Science Teacher Preparation Program is April 30.  This grant will provide computer science training for teachers at little or no cost to...

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Leveraging Student Voice with Technology

Leveraging Student Voice with Technology

Technology seems to exist on two levels today.  We expect it to permeate every aspect of our personal lives, but in education we often still treat it as a separate idea or an add-on.  School districts in...

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