Upcoming Professional Learning

 

AEA's Education Policy & Professional Practice Department is actively developing webinars, Zoom sessions, Twitter edChats and other events for educators to continue learning during this unprecedented event. This list will continue to change so please check back often to find what you need. 

 

For more information, contact: Dr. Pamela Fossett at pamelaf@alaedu.org 

 

EARN CEU CREDITS

Free for AEA Members
$50 per CEU study for Non-AEA Members

 

EARN PLU CREDITS

Free for AEA Members

$500 per PLU study for Non-AEA Members

 


 

Upcoming Online Professional Learning

 

 

 

TWITTER edCHATS

 

AEA Members: FREE

Non-AEA Members: $50 per CEU Session

 

Census Bowl

 

August 13, 2020 @ 4:00 p.m. (cst) 

 

Facilitator: Suzanne Clemons, AEA Education Policy & Professional Policy Director

 

Follow @suzannecaea on Twitter


Breaking Barriers and Bad Habits

 

September 10, 2020 @ 4:00 p.m. (cst) 

 

Facilitator: Jackie Abdullah, NBCT, AEA Education Policy & Professional Policy Director

 

Follow @DirectorJackie on Twitter


Interactive Talents Between Teachers & Students

 

October 8, 2020 @ 4:00 p.m. (cst) 

 

Facilitator: Jackie Abdullah, NBCT, AEA Education Policy & Professional Policy Director

 

Follow @DirectorJackie on Twitter


Celebrating National STEM Month

 

November 12, 2020 @ 4:00 p.m. (cst) 

 

Facilitator: Suzanne Clemons, AEA Education Policy & Professional Policy Director

 

Follow @suzannecaea on Twitter


Celebrating Special Education Month

 

December 10, 2020 @ 4:00 p.m. (cst) 

 

Facilitator: Suzanne Clemons, AEA Education Policy & Professional Policy Director

 

Follow @suzannecaea on Twitter

 

 

WEBINARS

 

Engaging Learners with Remote Instruction: Best Practices for Distance Learning 

 

Virtual PLU Session

 

Deadline to Register: August 7, 2020

 

Introducing a new course for educators to be immersed in remote instruction best practices. Experience the power of hands-on learning and receive resources to use with your students. 

 

Brought to you by creatED and AEA

 

Register for August 25 at 4:00 p.m.

 

Register for August 26 at 4:00 p.m.

 

Register for August 27 at 4:00 p.m.

 

 

AEA: CULTURAL COMPETENCY AND DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION

 

The purpose of the Alabama Education Association (AEA) Cultural Competency and Diversity in Education professional learning courses is to enhance educators' understanding of strategies, collaborative activities, and new ideas for supporting environments of cultural competency and diversity in Alabama public schools. The information in this course is beneficial to all educators.

 

Click here to Register on PowerSchool 

  • PowerSchool Course Number 254109
  • Details for completing courses will be provided to educators after registration. 

 

PS Section #  Title  Credit Earned
381175 Developing Cultural Identity 2 Clock Hours
381176    Being a Culturally Competent Educator 2 Clock Hours
381180 Culture, Equity, and Language 2 Clock Hours
381182 Culture, Abilities, Resilience, and Effort (CARE) 2 Clock Hours   
381186    Resources for Remote Teaching and Learning in Special Education 2 Clock Hours   
381192 Being Sensitive to Trauma 2 Clock Hours

 

 

NEW VIRTUAL INDEPENDENT STUDIES 

 

The virtual independent studies are available to AEA members. Each completed study is eligible for three (3) hours of professional development credit on PowerSchool.

  • Register on PowerSchool
  • Search by course #252339
  • Email certificate of completion to pamelaf@alaedu.org to receive PowerSchool credit.

 

Cost:

    AEA Member: FREE

    Non Member: $50 per CEU Study

 

Click on the links below to begin self-paced independent studies

 

Supporting All Students in an Asynchronous Environment

Collaboration Tools and Strategies

Equity, Challenges, and Opportunities

Remote Learning 101

Trauma-Informed Remote Learning