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2016-2017 Grant Wood AEA Seminar Series - Dr. Anthony Muhammad

All Means ALL! Creating Equitable Learning Environments Dr. Muhammad is recognized as one of the field’s leading experts in the areas of school culture and organizational climate.

Math Interventions and Assessments for Elementary Students with Karen Karp, Ph.D.

This session includes researched-informed, hands-on interventions and assessments in number and operations for early elementary students.

Practical Strategies for Strengthening the Teaching and Learning of Secondary Mathematics

This fast-paced, example-laden presentation will address the array of challenges that every teacher of grades 6-12 mathematics faces and how best to address these challenges in the world of Common Standards, higher expectations and changing social and eco…

Developing and Assessing Basic Fact Fluency

Learn what it means to be fluent with basic facts and how this idea is reflected in the Iowa Core.
work that she often shares through professional development with practicing teachers. She has authored n

Leading the Learning: Enhancing Math Teaching K-5

Enjoy this opportunity to reflect on ways to enhance math teaching and learning and increase your repertoire of teaching and coaching skills.

Website Accessibility

This one-day session will teach basic web accessibility principles and how to address common issues in accessibility.

Visible Learning: Using the SOLO Taxonomy for Student Engagement

The SOLO Taxonomy, short for the structure of observed learning outcomes, zeros in on the strengths of the learner by providing a framework for understanding the nature of his or her thinking about a particular concept or idea.
Grant Wood AEA Professional Development

Mindfulness 101: Changing Your Relationship with Stress

This class will be based on the format of The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts.