Monthly Archives: March 2021

Discipline-specific leadership chair positions

The Special Education Leadership Team (directors and DE) are excited to announce the opportunity to build leadership capacity personally, professionally, locally, and statewide by using a three-year rotation for the Discipline-Specific Leadership Chair positions. The rotation will be as follows … Continue reading

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TLC Networking Session

Our CRAEA TLC Advisory Team has created another timely and relevant learning opportunity for us on 4/13/21.  They have connected the day’s sessions to previous learning, as well as provided extensions to continue to build on our collective understandings.   This … Continue reading

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Inspired Mentorship 2021-22

Description:  How do we mentor first & second-year teachers who have had a different onboarding experience? Inspired Mentorship is designed to support systems, administrators, and teacher leaders who serve as mentors or mentor facilitators in PK-12 school settings. Through role … Continue reading

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Teacher Leadership Update

Dear Superintendents and Teacher Leadership and Compensation Contacts: The Department hopes this message finds you well as we head into the fourth quarter of the 2020-21 school year. This email and webinar guidance link are being sent to all Iowa … Continue reading

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Supporting students with transition planning

AEAPREP has helped develop resources for school counselors working with high school students to help with transition conversations. This document highlights the five steps taken to support the successful postsecondary transition for the class of 2021 and this video provides … Continue reading

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Coffee with counselors

Please share the below information on Coffee with Counselors with the school counselors and administrators you work with.  Sometimes administrators can encourage/nudge school counselors to participate in these opportunities and give “permission” for them to connect with others who are … Continue reading

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