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Author Archives: aeas4iowa
It’s so good to hear from parents who are pleased with the services that AEA staff members provide! Follow this link (http://prosehouse.wordpress.com/2013/05/29/therapists/) to a blog post from parents who live in southeast Iowa and continually sing the praises of Great … Continue reading
The Dallas Center-Grimes (DC-G) district was featured in the April edition of the JSD Learning Forward Journal about their work with collaborative learning teams. The district is finding that collaborative learning teams are improving teacher practice and student learning results. … Continue reading
Anna Mikkelsen is a very bright, energetic third grade student from southern Iowa who enjoys learning about technology and iPads. Her mom, Stephanie, is an instructional technology consultant at Green Hills AEA, and empowered Anna to do her own creative … Continue reading
Notes like this are the best reward for our efforts! This student from RRMR Community School District wrote to share how much the ebooks provided by Area Education Agency 267 have literally changed his life!
Grant Wood AEA is in the third year of providing support for emergent literacy instruction in early learning classrooms. Priscilla Polehna, Grant Wood AEA speech-language pathologist, explained that the Emergent Literacy Initiative uses a curriculum supplement called Read It Again … Continue reading
Lisa Brenneman, Keota Jr/Sr High School Principal, writes about the school’s working relationship with Great Prairie AEA to implement positive change in the school. Keota Jr/Sr High School has made some noticeable changes this year. These changes are having a … Continue reading
Amy Lane, School Improvement Leader at East High School in Des Moines, felt compelled to write to Heartland AEA about two staff members who went above and beyond to help one of her students. Imagine seeing the world through lenses … Continue reading
Although the pregnancy was uneventful, Ben* had difficulty reaching milestones as a toddler. He was often sick with ear infections and upper respiratory infections. We knew the impact these illnesses had on his ability to meet milestones for walking and … Continue reading
Our son Aiden receives (Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech Therapy) services from staff members who work at Heartland AEA. My son Aiden has Down syndrome and I would be so lost without the AEA. They made me feel at … Continue reading