Monthly Archives: February 2020

simply stATed Episode 6: The One About Accessibility within the AEA Digital Resources

Zoom with the CRAEA Assistive Technology Team to learn more about Digital Resources available to ALL students within Central Rivers AEA.  These AEA Digital Resources also provide many options for students with assistive technology needs. Many of the AEA Digital … Continue reading

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Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots — June 15 & 16, 2020 In schools where the achievement gap is being closed, what mindsets, policies, roles, structures and supports allow for that? It’s time we connect the dots between school improvement, teacher leadership, and … Continue reading

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February Regional Meetings

Wellbeing is going to be one of the focuses for this month’s regional meetings as we continue to bring awareness to the agency’s strategic plan.  In the spirit of personal wellbeing, all are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes and shoes … Continue reading

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Tech Tip of the Week! Lock format painter for editing – The Suite Life

It is quick and easy to copy formatting from one object (like a block of text or a shape) to multiple others in Google Slides.  Double-click the tool icon to enter “persistent” mode and apply that formatting to multiple objects … Continue reading

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Advisory Teams at Central Rivers AEA

Supporting Teacher Leadership  CRAEA Teacher Leadership Team (Kelly Gallagher, Bill Soesbe, Kim Hurley & Jo Prusha) main responsibility is to support our school districts Teacher Leadership Teams.  With that main goal in mind we created an advisory team to help … Continue reading

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Episode 5: The One About Free Extensions for Chrome to Support Reading Zoom with the CRAEA Assistive Technology Team to learn more about free Chrome extensions to support reading including information and discussion about the following key questions:  1)What is … Continue reading

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Upcoming Multisensory Approach to Teaching Literacy Course starting in March

Are you looking for instructional strategies for struggling readers? This course is geared to K-5 general education teachers as well as special education teachers, Title I, ELL and Team Reps who work with students reading below grade level. Participants will … Continue reading

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Tech Tip of the Week! Using Schedule Send in Gmail

Write now, send later with Schedule send in Gmail If you haven’t been using Gmail’s scheduling tool, you’re missing out. In fact, it might be the best thing to happen to email since sliced bread. The Schedule Send tool does … Continue reading

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