Providing evidence-based educational programming for children on the autism spectrum relies not only on selecting appropriate strategies, but also an understanding of neurodevelopment.Learn More
This course is designed to meet the requirements for the Substitute Authorization. The course addresses the four components required by the Board of Educational Examiners including Classroom Management, Diversity, Ethics and Strategies for Learning.
This workshop will focus on the key components essential to building young writers: volume, modeling, choice, and conferring. Kelly Gallagher will share numerous strategies proven to elevate student writing.Learn More
Leading for Impact: Every Learner, Every Day This symposium will provide educational leaders with an opportunity to participate in engaging learning sessions with national experts.Learn More
Grant Wood Area Education Agency is one of nine of Iowa’s intermediate educational service agencies. GWAEA staff work as educational partners with public and accredited, nonpublic schools to improve the learning outcomes and well-being of all children and youth in a seven county area.
The need to support English Language Learners continues to expand.Read Story
Learn how Assistive Technology can help student learningRead Story
Educators are leveraging GWAEA's media centerRead Story
Feb 28, 2018The Grant Wood Area Education Agency board of directors has named Dr. John Speer as the next chief administrator for the agency.
Nov 30, 2017Join GWAEA April 25 to learn how the SCERTS assessment framework can be used to generate educational objectives for students on …
Nov 16, 2017Grant Wood AEA is expanding the VAST center science kits that are available for local districts. Beginning next year, the kits w…
Oct 16, 201721st year of STEM conference for middle school girls
The New Compact is a collaborative venture among Iowa's AEAs, Iowa's public and non-public accredited school and the Iowa Department of Education. The goal is that by 2018, every child in Iowa who graduates will be fully prepared for success in post-secondary studies, a career, citizenship, and in life. The brief video in the below link outlines how Iowa's AEAs work together with families, educators, students and communities to impact lives.