Thursday, April 27, 2017

First Group Completes the Blending Flipping Cohort Trainings

It is exciting to have a group of passionate educators complete training and to see how much they have grown.  Our first group of teachers has completed  and received a certificate for all four trainings in the Blending Flipping Cohort: Blending/ Flipping Your Classroom 1: Introduction,  Blending/Flipping 2- Blended Instruction,
Blending/Flipping Your Classroom 3: Designing Online Lessons and  Blending/Flipping 4: Activities and Assessment.  These educators have worked hard to learn and implement best practices for creating online classroom content that will support student learning and engagement.

Congratulations to (l to r): Heidi Reichart, Thomas Griffin, Amy Ripperger, Sandi Rankin, Paige Bolton, (instructor) Denise Krefting, Ashley Baxter, Rebecca Bock, Troy Staudt, Ann Wiley, Joanne Ryan and Salli Pence.

If you are interested in the Blending Flipping Cohort you can find more at the Blending Flipping Your Classroom website.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Learn about the Student Personalized Learning System at the IAAE Conference

Are you attending the Iowa Association of Alternative Education conference in Ames this spring?  If so you can learn more about how the Student Personalized Learning System can support students and teachers who work best in environments they are engaged in and passionate about.

AEA PD Online has student personalized learning opportunities to support classroom environments in ways that best fit their schedules and learning styles. Come learn more about the resources offered for your own alternative ed classroom. Teachers will be able to assign this content to an individual student, groups of students or their whole classes.  Learn more about our Student Personal Learning System and customize your classes to allow your students to learn in a more flexible, engaging manner.

This session will be from 12:40- 1:40 in the Harvest room on Thursday April 20th.

Learn more about Flipping at IDLA

The Iowa Distance Learning Association (IDLA) is a non-profit association formed to promote the development and application of distance learning to education and training. If you are attending their spring Symposium you will hear from great speakers including AEA PD Online's Denise Krefting talk about Flipped Learning for your Students: Flip don't Flop.  For more information about IDLA see their website.