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PIB14004: Parental Involvement: Middle School Roundtable
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Credit Hours: 1

This professional development course features a panel of teachers and administrators discussing the challenges and unique requirements of parental involvement at the middle school level. What tools do middle schools have to reach parents? What is the role of a parent at this transitional age? Panelists also discuss the challenges of communicating to parents and students about sensitive social and developmental issues.

PIB14005: Parental Involvement: High School Roundtable
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Credit Hours: 1

This professional development course features a panel of teachers and administrators discussing the challenges and unique requirements of parental involvement at the high school level. The panelists, who are also parents themselves, discuss topics such as: What tools do high schools have to reach parents? What is the role of a parent at this transitional age? How does a parent's responsibility change as they prepare their child for the real world? Panelists also discuss the challenges associated with reaching at-risk students and frustrated parents who have lost hope for their child's academic success. 

PIB14009: Parental Involvement: Applications - Elementary
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Credit Hours: 1

This course is designed to provide teachers with practical ideas and inspiration for maximizing the impact that parents can make. Teachers and educational leaders from across the state of Arkansas discuss what teachers can learn from parents, how changes in our culture have affected parental involvement, and what great ideas they have implemented to involve parents on a regular basis. 

PIB14010: Parental Involvement: Applications - Middle School/High School
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Credit Hours: 0.5

As a student transitions from elementary school to middle school and high school, parental involvement changes. This course shows what parental involvement looks like in middle school and high school, what teachers can do to encourage parental involvement, and tips for promoting a positive and inviting school environment for parents. 

PIC14446: My Child, My Student: Parents and Teachers Communicating - Reducing Chronic Absenteeism
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Credit Hours: 0.5

This course features Jonathan Crossley, 2014 Arkansas Teacher of the Year. Mr. Crossley discusses chronic absenteeism and suggests strategies that teachers can use to help students be successful. In addition, Mr. Crossley addresses the underlying meaning of chronic absenteeism and why it matters. He also offers suggestions for teachers as they communicate with parents about the importance of regular school attendance among students. 

This professional development session was recorded on October 23, 2014 at the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas.

PIC14447: The Six Components of Parental Involvement for Teachers
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Credit Hours: 2.5

This course, which was recorded on January 15, 2015 at Western Yell County High School in Havana, Arkansas, features Dr. Beverley Romanin, former teacher and administrator and expert parent involvement consultant. The presentation features an overview of Dr. Joyce Epstein's Six Components of Parental Involvement, which include the concepts of parenting, communicating, volunteering, students learning at home, school decision-making, and collaborating with the community.

PIC14448: The Six Components of Parental Involvement for Administrators
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Credit Hours: 2

This course, which was recorded on January 20, 2015 at the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas, features Dr. Beverley Romanin, former teacher and administrator and expert consultant on parental involvement programs. The presentation, which is geared toward administrators, features an overview of Dr. Joyce Epstein's Six Components of Parental Involvement, which include the concepts of parenting, communicating, volunteering, students learning at home, school decision-making, and collaborating with the community.

PID14570: Parents as Partners in Schooling, 2nd Edition
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Credit Hours: 10.5

Best practices suggest that when communities, schools, and families work together, the results are stronger communities that support the success of young people. The challenges that schools face today in fostering true parental engagement are the result of a multitude of complex issues, some of which we will examine in this course.

PIG16079: The Arkansas Guide for Promoting Family Engagement
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Credit Hours: 3.5

Family engagement is more than simply inviting parents to school once or twice a year; it is a continual process of working together for the benefit of students. Jackie Govan (Director, Head Start State Collaboration) and Jamie Morrison Ward (Curricula Concepts) present the Arkansas Guide for Promoting Family Engagement, a resource educators can use to help explain the importance of childhood development to the caregivers in students' lives. The Guide also contains information about putting together action plans for getting families to play a role in their children's education.

This course was recorded at the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas on June 14, 2016.

SIB15038: A Framework for K-12 Science Education and the NGSS: A New Vision for Science Education
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Credit Hours: 1.5

A Framework for K-12 Science Education identifies the key scientific ideas and practices students in all grades should learn. Dr. Heidi Schweingruber, Director for the Board on Science Education, introduces the frameworks as a new vision for science learning. She reviews the development of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), details the three dimensions, and presents data in support of the need for implementing these standards in the classroom.

This course was taped during the AAMLE annual conference on March 30-31, 2015.  

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