ArkansasIDEAS Offers Resources for PD Facilitators
AETN is excited to announce a new ArkansasIDEAS resource for PD facilitators! Would you like to utilize ArkansasIDEAS video segments within your local face-to-face PD sessions? Our new training resource pages make it easier to do just that! It is now easier to access all videos and training materials needed to facilitate face-to-face versions of select professional development courses currently available through the ArkansasIDEAS LMS.
Training Resource Pages Currently Available for PD Facilitators:
- Foundations of SPED
- Science of Reading
- Human Trafficking
- Child Maltreatment
Sudden Cardiac Arrest: When Seconds CountMost student athletes are the picture of good health, but any seemingly healthy student could suffer from sudden cardiac arrest and when they do, seconds count. The good news is that with timely intervention sudden cardiac arrest is highly survivable. Learn what you can do to prevent sudden cardiac arrest, what the warning signs look like, how to respond to them, and how you can help a student in cardiac arrest survive.
Neuroscience and the Classroom: Seeing Others from the SelfChildren and adolescents are brimming with emotions that they may or may not feel fully in control of. Teachers can leverage these emotions to inform teaching and create learning experiences that stick with students. This series of courses is intended for K-12 educators who wish to learn more about how our brains function and the implications of neuroscience on effective teaching and learning.
The Science of Reading Part Five: PhonologyPhonological awareness is the foundation on which skilled reading is built. In The Science of Reading: Phonology, Dr. Wendy Farone explores this essential element. In defining the concept and discussing the research behind phonology, she clarifies why it is such a critical skill for children learning to read and how it applies to classroom instruction in elementary school and beyond.
Data Security Awareness - Module Two: PasswordsMaking passwords strong and keeping them safe is vital in the protection of sensitive information, including student data. The objective of this module is to investigate whether or not example passwords are weak, moderate, or strong in order to create safer passwords in the future.
Data Security AwarenessSecurity Mentor provides brief, frequent, and focused cyber security lessons that provide educators and school administrators with practical tips on increasing security measures and keeping data, including student data, secure.
The Science of Reading: Essential ElementsDr. Wendy Farone shares an overview of the Five Essential Elements of Effective Reading Instruction and the research that serves as the basis for each of the five elements. Join us as she delves into the skills and the evidence-based practices that we should see at the elementary and secondary levels.
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