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April 1, 2016

Organizational Leadership Program - Applications Due

 

May 10, 2016

GWAEA Staff Recognition and Partnerships Banquet

National Czech and Slovak Museum
Cedar Rapids

 

Aug. 17, 2016

GWAEA All-Agency Inservice
9:00-11:30 a.m.

College Community


In This issue:

Partnering

Best Place to Work Survey to Launch April 4
Have Student Loan Debt or Going Back to School?
GWAEA Staff Recognition and Partnerships Banquet, May 10
Negotiations Update
Staff Assignment/Job Changes
Remote Work Site Program
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month
The Iowa Department of Education's Each and Every Child e-newsletter
Financial Fitness Challenge
Organizational Leadership Program Applications Due April 1
"The EdTech Takeout”
Spring Agency App Order
Tech Tips
GWAEA GROW News/Upcoming Events
GWAEA Professional Development Opportunities
Buy, Sell or Trade
 

 

Agency Advisory Minutes

Grant Wood AEA Staff Openings

The GWAEA Board Book

The GWAEA Board Minutes

GWAEA GROW

 

Past Issues

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2012-2013

2011-2012

2010-2011

2009-2010

2008-2009

 

Articles for The Bulletin Board are due end of the day on Wednesdays. Submit your items email to
Valerie Taylor Hill
,
GWAEA Public Information Specialist

 

 

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Grant Wood AEA Mission: To ensure success for all learners.

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Best Place to Work Survey to Launch April 4

Survey will close on Friday, April 18

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Grant Wood AEA is again participating in the online survey for best places to work in Iowa, which is sponsored by The Des Moines Register. We were pleased to learn that our employees ranked us as one of Iowa's top workplaces the previous two years, and want to make sure we have the opportunity to continue giving employees a forum for feedback.

On April 4, staff will receive an email with a link to the online survey. The survey will remain open through April 18. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey and provide us with your feedback.

The survey is being conducted by WorkplaceDynamics LLP, an independent research company. To protect your confidentiality, WorkplaceDynamics will not disclose your individual responses to agency management. The survey is broken down into only the largest agency work groups – classified, contracted, salaried, management support and management. Please be aware that managers will see any written comments you may provide on the final page of the survey. If you wish to make a comment you may want to avoid writing anything that will identify you personally.

Please note:

  • If you do not receive the survey email, please check your spam or junk email for a message from "Workplace Survey." To open the survey invitation, you may first need to mark the email as not spam.

  • If you accidentally delete the survey email, you will receive a reminder email a few days later that will allow you to take the survey.

  • Please do not forward the survey email to a colleague, as each email has a unique code to prevent multiple responses from a single person.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact WorkplaceDynamics directly at 800-405-8381 or reply to your survey email. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.


Have Student Loan Debt or Going Back to School?

Grant Wood Area Education Agency has partnered with the Association of Educational Service Agencies (AESA) to provide expertise on student loan forgiveness. While some educators may benefit from the Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is for any full-time staff member. The loan forgiveness amount is individually determined and tax-free.

After enrolling in this program, educators in our area have realized an average decrease in monthly payments of 83%. The average potential loan balance forgiven per employee enrolled in the program to date is $61,228! We encourage all full time employees with federal student loan debt to look into this benefit.

 

It's quick and easy to find out if you are eligible. Click here and enter registration code: AEA10

 

Answer 5 simple questions, find out your potential savings instantly and schedule your no cost, no obligation consultation today.

 

You should try this if you have federal student loans and would like to:
  *   Immediately lower your monthly student loan payment.
  *   Reduce your student loan debt.
  *   Significantly reduce your cost of earning additional degrees.
  *   Receive a personal 10-year loan forgiveness plan outlining your savings in the program.

 

You may eligible if:
  *   You're a full-time employee.
  *   You have federal student loans such as: Subsidized Stafford, Unsubsidized Stafford, Perkins, Parent

 

PLUS or Graduate PLUS loans
  *   You're taking out student loans on behalf of an undergraduate student.
  *   You're pursuing an additional degree.

See success stories here.


After reviewing your plan, if you choose to enroll with ISLS, there will be a one-time strategy and implementation fee for this service.


If you have any questions please call 1.866.831.5564, email info@isloansolutions.com or visit the isloansolutions.com website.

The AESA Student Loan Forgiveness Program is powered by the student loan forgiveness expertise of Innovative Student Loan Solutions, a BBB A+ Rated organization that has helped thousands of individuals across the U.S. maximize the under-utilized Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.


GWAEA Staff Recognition and Partnerships Banquet, May 10

National Czech and Slovak Museum

1400 Inspiration Place S.W., Cedar Rapids

 

5:00-6:00 p.m. - Visit museum exhibits

5:30 p.m. - Cocktail hour

6:00 p.m. - Dinner

Request banquet tickets here. (Open in Google Chrome). Please submit the online form or call/email Cathy Nelson, ext. 6544, for assistance.​

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National Czech and Slovak Museum


Negotiations Update

This joint update is being provided by the Agency/Association teams regarding negotiations. 
The group is pleased to announce that a tentative agreement has been reached for 2016-17 for Classified Staff.  (As a reminder, a 2-year total package agreement was reached last year for Contracted Staff, and individual employment contracts will soon be issued.)

 

Information on the tentative agreement for Classified Staff was provided by the Association during the ratification process. The tentative agreement has been ratified by the Association and will be presented to the GWAEA Board at their next regular meeting, which is scheduled for Wed, April 13.The online Master Contract Agreement for Classified Staff may be updated for 2016-17, and individual communications may be provided to Classified Staff, following Board approval of the tentative agreement.


Staff Assignment/Job Changes


Remote Work Site Program (2016-17)

This program is available for eligible Contracted and Salaried staff who are based in any of the Agency Centers (6th St, 33rd Ave and Coralville).
 
Details about this program, including a program overview and employee application form, are attached for your information and reference. Please note:


1)       Eligibility for the program will be determined on an individual basis at the supervisor’s discretion.  Employees are to submit an annual application to participate in the program and supervisors will determine if such an arrangement is appropriate for an employee using criteria that are outlined in the overview.
2)       Dedicated work space in an Agency Center will not be provided for employees who participate in the RWS program, however participating employees will have access to Agency facilities including temporary work space.
3)       The program is not available for hourly employees (due to the legal requirements for monitoring the work time of hourly staff).
4)       Employees must apply for program participation each year.  Completed application forms are to be submitted to the supervisor by May 1 for the upcoming work year.  
5)       Clear guidelines and requirements related to employee schedules, work hours, Agency resources, safety, security and liability are provided in the overview document.
 
If there are questions or more information is needed regarding this program, employees may contact their supervisor or the Human Resources Office. This program is available to help ensure effective and efficient Agency services and a productive work environment for Agency staff. This program will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and changes may be made as needed. Employees are invited to provide feedback about what’s working well with the program and/or suggestions for improvement. Feedback may be submitted to the Human Resources Office.


Wellmark is Offering Identity Protection Services to its Members

Wellmark is enhancing their value-added benefits by offering identity protection services to eligible members in 2016.  These services continue to support Wellmark’s commitment to protect members’ overall health and financial well-being, and safeguard against the fraudulent use of personal and financial information.  Starting immediately, MIIP health plan members may enroll in identity protection services through their myWellmark account.

 

Wellmark is working with identity protection services provider ID Experts to deliver a robust list of identity protection services.  ID Experts will provide members with the same level of service they expect from Wellmark.  Eligible members will have access to the following services at no cost:

  • Credit monitoring:  Monitors activity that may affect a member’s credit record

  • Cyber monitoring:  Monitoring the web 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to make sure member information has not been stolen

  • Fraud detection:  Alerts members when activity has been identified and protects them from all types of identity theft

  • Complete identity recovery:  Concierge-style services to help members recover your identity if it has been compromised

  • Reimbursement insurance:  $1 million of identity-theft recovery insurance

MIIP health plan members can enroll in identity protection services through their myWellmark account or over the phone by calling 866-486-4812. Members will need their Wellmark ID card and the enrollment code:  4170999624 — also found on members’ myWellmark account — when they sign up for services

 

Here is a brochure about the free identity protection service and a Q/A for a reference.

 


From Grant Wood AEA's Brain Injury Resource Team:

Did you know?

The Grant Wood AEA Brain Injury Resource Team (BIRT) will collaborate with AEA teams, LEA teams and families in order to provide consultation and resources for children who have sustained a recent brain injury (such as an accident or a stroke) or trauma to the brain in the past (seizure disorder, syndromes, etc). Contact Amy Cameron, 319-399-6801, or acameron@gwaea.org, for more information.


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The Iowa Department of Education's Each and Every Child e-newsletter is designed to inform, educate and challenge those who live and work in the field of special education.

 

In the April 2016 issue, read how two school districts incorporate their teacher-leadership programs in different manners, but both of which focus on special education. And read educator Jane Schmidt’s latest blog entry about the Iowa Core.


April is Financial Literacy Month!

There are 3 ½ weeks before the Financial Fitness Challenge program is done - that date is April 22 at midnight.  There is still plenty of time for anyone to start if they have not already.

 

As a reminder, this FREE learning opportunity is available for GWAEA staff and your family and friends!

  1. All GWAEA employees should have received an emaifrom support@financialfitnessgroup.com on 2/22/16 inviting you to participate in the Challenge.

  2. The initial Checkup takes only about 10 minutes.  *Important Step: Remember to enroll in a Learning Plan once you've finished your Checkup!

  3. Once you complete the initial Checkup, a specific course will be recommended for you OR you may choose to complete any of the six Learning Plans.  (Each Learning Plan has 5 courses, and each course takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete.)

  4. You can access the program 24/7 with any Internet-connected device and can start, stop and resume the courses at your convenience.

  5. Family and friends of GWAEA staff may participate in the Challenge program by visiting FFCProgram.com and
    o click the icon "Get Started Now"
    o choose Grant Wood AEA from the employer drop-down list, and 
    o enter their personal email address. 

  6. To date, 141 staff have completed the initial Checkup97 staff have enrolled in a Learning Plan, and 20 staff have completed a Learning Plan!

  7. The names of all employees who have completed a Learning Plan before the program ends on April 22 will be entered in a drawing to receive one of four $25 gift certificates to a local bookstore or community theatre.

If questions about this Challenge, please contact Jackie Schreder, jschreder@gwaea.org, 319-399-6731.

 

"Financial Fitness Challenge," The Bulletin Board, March 3, 2016

 

"Financial Fitness Challenge," The Bulletin Board, Feb. 25, 2016

 

"Ready to Enhance your Financial Fitness?", The Bulletin Board, Feb. 18, 2016

 

"Financial Fitness Challenge: Message from Joe Crozier regarding a financial learning opportunity," The Bulletin Board, Feb. 11, 2016.


Organizational Leadership Program Applications Due April 1

Applications are now being accepted for GWAEA staff who have completed a minimum of two years service at Grant Wood AEA and are interested in applying for the 2016-2017 Organizational Leadership Program.  

 

See the flyer or the Feb. 4 issue of
The Bulletin Board
for details.

 


“The EdTech Takeout” is Out!

The Digital Learning Team at Grant Wood AEA is always looking at new ways to augment the professional development and work we do with teachers. With that in mind, we have recently launched a brand new way for educators to stay current with the latest technology tools and trends for the classroom - The EdTech Take Out podcast. The podcast can be accessed on smartphones, tablets, Macs, PCs and Chromebooks so teachers can listen to it anywhere, and at any time.

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We would love you to join our growing audience! More information about the show, as well as how to subscribe, can be found here: http://www.dlgwaea.org/blog/the-edtech-take-out-a-brand-new-podcast-for-teachers


We think that this could be a great opportunity for you and would be grateful if you could pass this along. If you have any questions, let me know. If you have an agency iPad, download it and listen on a drive or listen on the Digital Learning Blog!


iPad App Orders- App Order form Closes April 4th!

The Agency App Order is open. Please be sure to select no more than 7 apps, be responsible and only order apps you will need. The order form will close on April 4th at 12pm. The more expensive apps are on devices in the SDC for you to check out and try and then you may contact us for us to purchase it for you. Once the order closes we will purchase needed apps and push them to you remotely. You will be emailed when apps have been distributed, so you know to look for them in the App Store under your Apple ID.

 

You must be signed in with your GWAEA Google Account in order to view and fill out the form.

Link to the form


Technology Tip - Set expiration dates for access to Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides files

If you want to share something in your Google Drive with someone for a limited period of time you can now do that. You share the file and then roll over their name and click on the clock that will appear and set the expiration date. Read more about it here.


GROW News/Upcoming Events

- Blue Zones Project Upcoming Events

- National Nutrition Month

- Chair Massages, April/May

- GWAEA Sixth St. Location Blood Drive, April 11

- Live Healthy Iowa 5K

- Strut Your Pup Challenge

- Coloring Supplies in GWAEA Break Rooms

- Weight Watchers

- Yoga Club at GWAEA

- GWAEA Book Club to meet April 5 or 7

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Contact a member of the GROW Team for information.

Visit these Facebook links for upcoming activities and events:

Cedar Rapids Blue Zones Project

Iowa City Blue Zones Project

Marion Blue Zones Project

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Keep improving your well-being by participating in one of the many Blue Zones Project events in the Cedar Rapids, Marion and Iowa City areas.


National Nutrition Month


For more ideas to improve your nutrition—and your health—go to www.eatright.org/resources/national-nutrition-month.

 

Links to:

Smart Snacking for Adults and Teens

20 Ways to Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables

Healthy Eating on the Run


Chair Massage Schedule for April and May

Marcia will be here April 6 and 7, and May 3 and 5. We are going to try doing a regular day and a short day every month for massage. Merging days may be necessary if enough appointments are not scheduled on the short days. Please email Stacy Murphy for an appointment.


GWAEA Sixth Street Location Blood Drive, April 11, 2016

1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Grant Wood AEA – Scale-Up Classroom 

 

For questions or to schedule an appointment, contact Cathy Nelson at ext. 6544 
or e-mail cnelson@gwaea.org.

PLEASE BRING A PHOTO ID AND EAT BEFORE DONATING.


LIVE HEALTHY IOWA 5K, April 9, 2016
Sponsored by The University of Iowa 

Live Healthy Iowa, in partnership with 16 communities, will host a 5K run/walk and 1K kid’s run on
Saturday, April 9, 2016.  Proceeds from these events benefit the local wellness coalitions in partner communities, as well as Live Healthy Iowa Kids initiatives. Hiawatha is the race location for our area!


Strut Your Pup Challenge

April 18 - May 27, 2016
Registration opens March 21

Cost: $8 per participant

Grab the leash and get moving! Live Healthy Iowa has gone to the dogs! Dog walking is great for your health. Studies have shown that people who regularly walk dogs may benefit from lower blood pressure, have a trimmer waistline and suffer from fewer chronic diseases. Dogs are a great accountability partner; keeping you active and on schedule. See the website for details.

See flyer for details


Coloring Supplies Available in GWAEA Break Rooms

Looking for a break from stress?

Grant Wood AEA's GROW Committee is now offering coloring supplies in the break rooms. Available supplies include coloring sheets, markers, crayons, and colored pencils.

 

What are you waiting for? Sit down and color stress away.

 

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Weight Watchers At Work

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Since the November 2014 launch of the Grant Wood At-Work Weight Watchers program, members have lost a total of over
720 pounds (or the weight of three full-grown zebras)!

 

Weight Watchers At-Work Current Session Runs Til 6/7/2016

Membership Opportunity extended to staff, family and friends (you may attend at any community location or at GWAEA on Tuesdays weigh-in available at 4:30/meeting begins at 4:45 p.m.)

 

No need to wait until the next session. New registrations accepted each week.


Payment options – payable at time of registration one check or credit card payment ($10.94 per week / prorated for weeks remaining in session).


Contact Kim Martin (kmartin@gwaea.org) or Elizabeth Steffensmeier, (esteffensmeier@gwaea.org)


Yoga Club at Grant Wood AEA

Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. 
Media Center (outside the Glass Classroom)

There is no fee or sign-up required to join. Come when your schedule allows. Tara Johannsen and Cathy Kearns will facilitate the weekly sessions with the assistance of yoga DVDs and YouTube.

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Grant Wood AEA Book Club to meet April 5 or 7

The next Book Club book choice will be "One Plus One" by Jojo Moyes. Join us for a relaxing social gathering and great conversation. Please choose to attend either April 5, 12:00- 12:30 p.m. or April 7, 4:00-4:30 p.m. Both meetings will take place in the Media Center Commons. Questions? Contact Deanna Weber,
ext. 6454 or dweber@gwaea.org.

 

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"One Plus One" by Jojo Moyes

 

April 5, 12:00-12:30 p.m. or
April 7, 4:00-4:30 p.m.


Leadership for Continuous Improvement Learning Sessions

See flyer for presenters, dates and fees.

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Pre-registration is required

Full/Waiting List Only

The GWAEA Assistive Technology Team and the Iowa Center for Assistive Technology Education and Research presents…

Building Bridges:

Assistive Technology Conference

April 13, 2016

8 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Grant Wood AEA

4401 Sixth St. S.W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa

 

Keynote Speaker:

Kirk Behnke, M.Ed., ATP
Lead for Texas Assistive Technology Network (TATN)

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See flyer for details

Audience: K-12 Administrators, General and Special Education Teachers, Media Specialists, Paraeducators, Reading Support, Parents, Social Workers, Speech-Language Pathologists, Psychologists, OT/PT, Consultants

 

Number: 19018-15-01

 

Registration Deadline: 4/01/2016 06:00 AM 

Fees: Educators in Grant Wood AEA area, $60; Outside of Grant Wood AEA area, $85


Instructional Coaching

Instructors: Jim Knight and Ann Hoffman

 

Target Audience: Administrators

• How Principals Can Support Coaches and Vice Versa

June 16, 2016

Number: 19350-14-01

 

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See flyer for dates, times, and locations

2016-2017 Instructional Coaching

Instructors: Jim Knight and Ann Hoffman

 

 

See flyer for dates, times, and locations

 

Target Audience: Instructional Coaches, Administrators, Lead/Model Teachers

 

• Instructional Coaching Seminar

Aug. 15-16, 2016

Number: 19351-16-01

 

• High Impact Instruction

Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2016

Number: 19353-16-01

 

• Focus on Teaching, Using Video to Gather Data

March 3, 2017

Number: 19355-16-01

 


iPad U: 2016 Show What You Know

July 6-8, 2016

8:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

 

Location: Grant Wood AEA
4401 Sixth St. S.W., Cedar Rapids

 

Featured Speaker:

Clay Reisler, Technology Integration Specialist

 

Featured Speakers:

Sarah Lalk, Instructional Coach

Josh Allen, Technology Integration Specialist

 

Target Audience: PreK-12 Educators


Number: 4628-16-01

Registration deadline: June 28, 2016, 6:00 a.m.

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See flyer for details

The goals of the iPadU are to provide educators with support and training in the implementation of iPad use in the classroom so educators can begin utilizing the device for teaching and learning. This year, there will be a theme to help teachers utilize the iPad with students to “show what you know.” Sessions will connect with the universal constructs of communication, critical thinking, and collaboration.


Leading Groups: Effective Strategies for Building Professional Community

 

Instructor: Bruce Wellman

 

Group leaders wear many hats at once as they bring positional responsibility, technical knowledge and information to meetings and work sessions. Mindful leaders perform a delicate balancing act by knowing when and how to assert themselves with their groups and when and how to integrate themselves with their groups. Skillful leaders are able to manage three simultaneous agendas with and for their groups; task focus; process skill development; and relational development.

 


 

See flyer for details

These sessions explore a leadership repertoire that flexes between the stances of presenting, collaborating and facilitating when communicating important information and to support groups in generating and processing information. Knowing when and how to flex between these stances allows skilled leaders to productively and confidently influence positive outcomes for groups and manage difficult topics and conversations. Flexibility in stance also allows the group leader to preserve a place at the table so his or her voice as a colleague has a space for participation.

 

July 27 & 28, 2016
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

 

Grant Wood AEA
4401 Sixth St. S.W.
Cedar Rapids

 

Target Audience:
Target Audience: All Educators

 

Course Number: 9461-16-01
Registration deadline: June 27, 2016 at 6:00 a.m.

 

Credit: None
• A materials fees of $40 is included in other fees.
• Educators in Grant Wood AEA area, Total for non-credit $210
• Outside of Grant Wood AEA area,Total for non-credit $235
• Registration is not complete until all fees are paid in full.


GWAEA Staff Only

Summer Literacy Institute

The Summer Literacy Institute is designed to provide GWAEA employees with basic literacy information. The session includes information on the Early Literacy Implementation Legislation, Literacy components and strategies for instruction, Iowa Core Standards for Literacy, FAST assessment system, and Collaborative Literacy Supports.

 

Two days of training:

August 23 & 24, 2016
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Grant Wood AEA
4401 Sixth St. S.W.

Cedar Rapids

 


 

See flyer for details

Target Audience:
K-3 Social Workers, Speech-Language Pathologists, Psychologists, OT/PT, Consultants, Audiologists, Paraeducators, General and Special Education Teachers

 

Course Number: 19428-16-01
Registration Deadline: August 19, 2016, 6:00 a.m.


2016-2017 AEA Teacher Leader Support System (TLSS)

Purpose: to establish a comprehensive multi-year regional program to develop important teacher leader skills and competencies and build capacity among a network of teacher and district leaders to promote long term system sustainability aligned with the Iowa Department of Education’s TLC Layered Approach for Support.

 

Fee Structure:
$1200 for District Annual Membership Fee and $750/instructional coach for one year of professional learning sessions.


2016-2017 AEA Teacher Leader Support System,
NTC Professional Learning Sessions Systems of Support for TLSS Districts
, and

Access to Optional Courses

 

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See flyer for details

 


2015-2016 TQ Dates

May 25, 2016
The TQ proposal template and directions are available on the GWAEA Staff Portal under the
Teacher Quality Committee
link. Please submit your proposal electronically to Sherry Sines at ssines@gwaea.org by the dates listed above. Proposal reviews are typically completed by the
TQ committee within 7 - 10 days after the due date.

 

TQ funds are available to support professional learning. All contracted staff in a position that requires educational licensure are eligible. Funds can be used to support learning time and resources for agency-wide proposals, region/discipline/program proposals and individual proposals. During the 2014-2015 school year, 31 proposals were approved to support professional learning in Literacy, Math, Early Childhood, Autism, Behavior, Science, Coaching, Mentorship, Speech Language, ELL, and Leadership Development. The application documents can be accessed on the Staff Portal. Committee members are happy to answer questions about proposal development. Contact Sherry Sines, Terri McGraw,
Lisa Haverkamp, Hillary Prall, Susan Parker, and a member to be determined.


Grant Wood AEA Professional Development Opportunities

 

Information for Professional Development National Speakers is now available on the link to
GWAEA Featured PD
on the homepage. Pre-registration is required for all participants including practicum, interns and student teachers.

 

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Evaluator Approval Information

Professional Administrator Licenses require approved Evaluator Approval coursework as a part of the licenses renewal credits.  The course options include Assessing Academic Rigor and iEvaluate.A letter from the DE/BOEE is attached for additional information. Please contact the PD office if you have further questions.

 

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Grant Wood Area Education Agency extends equal opportunities in its employment practices, educational programs and services, and does not discriminate on the basis of color, gender, race, national origin, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, veteran status or as otherwise prohibited by law. If you believe you or your child has been discriminated against or treated unjustly, please contact the Agency’s Equity Coordinator, Maria Cashman, at 319-399-6847 or 800-332-8488 or TDD 319-399-6766, Grant Wood AEA, 4401 Sixth St SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404.

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