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Teacher Resources
by Lynne Meeks - Thursday, 15 January 2015, 7:58 PM
 

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APT AGGREGATES RESOURCES FOR CLASSROOM TEACHING & LEARNING 

Click the "Teacher Resources" link on the right side bar to see more

 
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Early Childhood Education Courses for Infant/Toddler, Pre-K, and K Teachers & Mentors
by Lynne Meeks - Sunday, 11 January 2015, 12:16 PM
 

APT offers courses and online communities of practice that compliment and support efforts to provide the highest quality childcare programs for children and families throughout Alabama. 

Alabama Early Learning Guidelines and other courses are offered in cooperation with Alabama DHR and other early childhood education agencies. Contact Tiffany Armstrong (tarmstrong@aptv.org) for information. 

 
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PLU Courses
by Kathy Heiman - Sunday, 11 January 2015, 12:08 PM
 

 

  Three Council-Approved PLU Courses start JAN, 26, 2015. Registration NOW in STI. 

  • Bullying Prevention PLUACLD242  
  • Classroom Management PLUACLD142
  • College & Career Readiness PLUACLD316 (New Course, first time offered)

Visit iqmedianet.com/ecs to learn more. Courses are offered on a rotational basis in fall (Oct./Nov.), winter (Jan.), spring (Mar./Apr.) and summer (July). Special sessions are sometimes offered.

 
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TEACHER RESOURCES
by Kathy Heiman - Wednesday, 22 October 2014, 8:56 AM
 

Journey Proud is APT's documentary series highlighting the people, customs, and folk traditions of Alabama. Hosted by Joey Brackner, Director of the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture, Journey Proud canvases the state documenting Alabama's diverse cultural heritage. Click here to visit the ...
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The Roosevelts in Alabama - Teacher Resources to Complement The Roosevelts: An Intimate History
by Lynne Meeks - Friday, 17 October 2014, 11:28 AM
 

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A new PBS series tells the story of The Roosevelts, an extraordinary family that has had more influence in America than any other before or since. The film uses a descriptive, storytelling style that is useful for teachers and classrooms, especially social studies in grades 7-12. **Click here ...

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FACS Teachers Community of Practice - A source of information & exchange of ideas
by Lynne Meeks - Friday, 27 June 2014, 3:52 PM
 

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Alabama FACS Teachers,  join the Community of Practice on APT IQ Learn Online.

Click on this link  -Family and Consumer Science Community of Practice - to access the site. 

Contact Judy Brown, FACS Specialist at the ALSDE, or Kathy Heiman and/or Lynne Meeks at APT  if you have any questions ...

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