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GWAEA Special Education Update - This publication is specifically designed for special education teachers and directors, but also will include tips and learning opportunities that may be helpful for other educators interested in information related to learning disabilities, autism, special education resources, and more.

GWAEA Digital Learning Update - This tip sheet highlights new tools, technology and teaching platforms and how to use them in the classroom. It's designed to help educators unlock the potential in technology by connecting tech opportunities to core classroom instruction.

Info@ - A regular newsletter that highlights online resources and materials available for loan in the GWAEA media center. This is a must-read for teacher librarians and educators who need a quick reference to supplemental learning platforms and resources.

Quarterly Newsletter Updates

Grant Wood AEA staff will use quarterly newsletters to highlight information from the Department of Education, showcase district success stories, and promote upcoming professional development opportunities in the following core areas:

  • Autism
  • School Counselor
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies

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