Monthly Archives: February 2014

[SUCCESS STORY] Parents in the driver’s seat of their child’s growth: How a coaching model of service delivery is making a difference for one family

The following story details the powerful impact of a new model of service delivery in special education. The “practitioner-as-coach” model provides parents and caregivers with the skills they need to meet their child’s needs rather than working directly with the … Continue reading

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Plan now to attend August opening day meetings

Dates for the August kick-off meetings have been set for each sector. Please be sure these dates are on your calendar and you are planning to attend your sector’s meeting. We are planning a great day of learning and connecting … Continue reading

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How can “hashtags” expand my personal learning network?

Twitter continues to serve as an important source for personal learning for many educators. Did you know that you can follow streams of conversations/resources directly related to your favorite topic, content or discipline area on Twitter? Each topic has a … Continue reading

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Enslin to remove “interim” from title

During the February board meeting, the AEA 267 board voted to approve the employment of Kathy Enslin as the agency’s Assistant Chief Administrator/Director of Human Resources beyond the 2013-14 interim year. “Kathy has done a tremendous job during this interim … Continue reading

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Iowa legislators need to hear from those we serve

Again this year, we are seeking letters of advocacy from LEA parents, teachers, administrators (and even students!) who are willing to write their local legislator(s) on our behalf. Specifically, we are looking for letters of support around our legislative priority … Continue reading

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