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What are micro-credentials? • Micro-credentials are a competency-based recognition that can be issued for formal and informal professional learning experiences to support educators developing skills and acquiring knowledge to improve classroom practices that support student success. Why offer micro-credentials? • Micro-credentials offer personalized learning experiences for educators. • Micro-credentials are on demand. The learning happens […]
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The Alabama Connecting Classrooms, Educators, and Students Statewide (ACCESS) Distance Learning Program 2014 awards winners were recognized during the 2014 Alabama Educational Technology Conference. The ACCESS award was created to recognize the people who work to ensure the success of the ACCESS initiative program. This year is the inaugural presentation of the award. There are […]
The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA), a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding mobility options for people with disabilities is sponsoring a contest to honor local heroes who have overcome the challenges of living with a disability. Moulton Elementary teacher Courtney Boyll is one of those local heroes entered in the contest. Boyll, a third […]
The AEA Board of Directors voted on September 16, 2017, to pilot a one-year online and telephonic voting elections program in select local associations across the state. A list of the local associations selected to participate in this pilot program can be found on the Elections tab on myAEA.org. If your local association is not […]
Mark Twain is credited with popularizing the idea that there are three kinds of lies: “lies, damn lies, and statistics.” Lately, however, he could have substituted “headlines in the November Advisor” for statistics and been entirely correct. AEA members should be furious at the misinformation that continues to be published by the PEEHIP staff in […]
The Alabama Education Association, through its Human and Civil Rights (HCR) Program, is celebrating its 30th year of statewide leadership training through the NEA Minority Leadership Training Program (MLTP). This program was created by NEA to enhance the Association’s ability to advocate for public school employees by increasing the participation of ethnic minorities in all […]
AEA provides a broad range of benefits to help save money for every member and the entire family. There is a constant stream of Deals and Discounts that provide for entertaining and shopping combined with a bucketful of savings. Our ACCESS program with a mobile phone application gives you instant access to savings wherever you […]
Gifted specialists, program coordinators, administrators, parents, university faculty and supporters of gifted education will converge Sept 16–18 for the 21st Annual AAGC Conference at McWane Science Center. (more…)
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