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IAB14091: STEM Foundation Six - Use of Technology for Project-Based/Problem-Based Learning
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Credit Hours: 1.5

The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) supports the Center on Instruction definition of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education as, "an interdisciplinary approach to learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled with real-world lessons as students apply science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in contexts that make connections between school, community, work, and the global enterprise enabling the development of STEM literacy and with the ability to compete in the new economy."

ADE, in partnership with Teacher Created Materials (TCM), AETN, and ArkansasIDEAS, has developed an evidence-based classroom STEM education resource program to support educators in K-12 classrooms. These resources specifically focus on classroom-level instructional strategies, materials, and assessments. This program will directly assist teachers in learning practical, standards-based strategies that support the seven STEM Foundations.

In this foundation, Eric LeMoine uses popular software, online applications, digital photography and more in his project-based/problem-based lessons. He facilitates a second grade science lesson about healthy eating, a fifth grade lesson about potential and kinetic energy, and a twelfth grade English lesson about argumentative writing.

IAB14092: STEM Foundation Seven - Science Content Knowledge and Inquiry Skills
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Credit Hours: 1

The Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) supports the Center on Instruction definition of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education as, "an interdisciplinary approach to learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled with real-world lessons as students apply science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in contexts that make connections between school, community, work, and the global enterprise enabling the development of STEM literacy and with the ability to compete in the new economy."

ADE, in partnership with Teacher Created Materials (TCM), AETN, and ArkansasIDEAS, has developed an evidence-based classroom STEM education resource program to support educators in K-12 classrooms. These resources specifically focus on classroom-level instructional strategies, materials, and assessments. This program will directly assist teachers in learning practical, standards-based strategies that support the seven STEM Foundations.

In this foundation, Ms. Lakeena Chitman-Booker uses the 5E instructional model to instill scientific inquiry skills and broaden content knowledge. She leads a first grade science lesson about animal classification, a seventh grade science and engineering lesson that utilizes technology, and a tenth grade genetics lesson in which students use graphing calculators. 

IAB14427: Dyslexia: Introduction to Principles of Assessment and Instruction
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Credit Hours: 5

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to dyslexia and important new information relevant to recent dyslexia research. In an effort to dispel pervasive myths about this learning disability, Dr. Rick Wagner, of Florida State University and the Florida Center for Reading Research, shares his expertise. He discusses common characteristics of dyslexia, the areas of learning affected, and the principles of appropriate assessments for students with the disability. Dr. Jeanne Wanzek, also of FSU, shares her expertise on how these instructional approaches connect to the three-tier model of Response to Intervention, discussing the components of each of the three tiers as they relate to students with dyslexia. 

This course with Dr. Rick Wagner and Dr. Jeanne Wanzek was recorded on April 2, 2014 in the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas. 

IAC15026: Understanding by Design: Day One
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Credit Hours: 4

This course features Ms. Allison Zmuda, author and member of the ASCD Faculty. Participants will learn what the components of Understanding by Design (UbD) are, see examples of each component, and become familiar with how these components fit together. Participants will also learn how to use the UbD Template to develop units that require deep thinking and application of concepts.

This presentation was recorded October 21, 2014 at Henderson State University. 

IAC15027: Understanding by Design: Day Two
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Credit Hours: 4

This course features Allison Zmuda, author and member of the ASCD Faculty, giving the second part of her Understanding by Design (UbD) presentation. Participants continue to make sense of Understanding by Design both theoretically and practically. Ms. Zmuda facilitates fluent use of the UbD Template, goal clarification, and solidification of element connections. She also discusses Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) and Math Design Collaborative's (MDC) direct connections to Understanding by Design.

This presentation was recorded March 3, 2015 at Henderson State University. 

IAC15035: RTI Arkansas: Leadership
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Credit Hours: 1

RTI Arkansas: Leadership is the second module of the RTI Arkansas educational initiative, which is designed to be a comprehensive, cultural shift within schools. In this leadership course, administrators from across the state share their insight on Response to Intervention (RTI). This course takes a closer look at what steps district leaders need to be take in order to implement RTI successfully within their distirict.

IAC15036: RTI Arkansas: Overview
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Credit Hours: 1

RTI Arkansas: Overview is the first module of the RTI Arkansas educational initiative, which is designed to be a comprehensive, cultural shift within schools. In this overview course, educators from across the state share their insight on Response to Intervention (RTI) to show how it has made an impact. Response to Intervention is defined in detail, including its essential components, the multi-tiered system of supports, screening, progress monitoring, and data-based decision making.  

IAC16004: RTI Arkansas: Multi-Tiered System of Support for Literacy
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Credit Hours: 2

RTI Arkansas: Multi-Tiered System of Support for Literacy is the third module within the RTI Arkansas Educational Initiative. Stacy Smith, Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Arkansas Department of Education, presents key concepts that schools need to consider in order to develop an effective RTI system. Within this module, a panel consisting of a literacy specialist, a kindergarten teacher, and three first-grade teachers navigate through the RTI Arkansas: Response to Intervention Handbook for Grades K-5 and identify strengths and weaknesses within the RTI system at their district. The purpose of this module is for your RTI team to work through the handbook to define and describe Response to Intervention within your school.

IAC16063: RTI Arkansas: Multi-Tiered System of Support for High School
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Credit Hours: 1

RTI Arkansas: Multi-Tiered System of Support for High School is part of the RTI Arkansas Educational Initiative. Rhonda Dickey, Assistant Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Arkansas Department of Education, presents key concepts that schools need to consider in order to develop an effective RTI system. Within this module, Ms. Dickey reviews essential components of RTI and distinguishes various ways that RTI differs for high school. Participants are encouraged to navigate through the RTI Arkansas: Response to Intervention High School Handbook to identify strengths and weaknesses within the RTI system at their districts. The purpose of this module is for your RTI team to work through the handbook to define and describe Response to Intervention within your school.

IAC16087: Learning for the Whole Child
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Credit Hours: 1

Learning should involve the whole student, not simply his or her academic ability. Ms. Oretha Ferguson describes her project-based approach to middle-level learning. Project-based learning requires creative thinking, cooperative work, and student-created learning environments. The skills developed through completing projects helps prepare students not only for passing standardized exams but also for real-world success.

This course was recorded at the Arkansas Association of Middle Level Education Conference in Hot Springs, Arkansas on April 5, 2016.

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