Region 6 Education Service Center

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Adult Ed
Professional Development for Adult Education Teachers

Region 6 AED has on staff a Local Professional Development Coordinator who provides a variety of Professional Development services, such as coordination of training, training facilitation, coordination with the state PD Center regarding Professional Development efforts, and facilitation of the AEL Grant Recipient's strategic Professional Development Plan for continuous improvement.

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Computer Science
Computer Science I and II (TxVSN)

These courses are provided through the Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN), which is a dynamic, comprehensive Computer Based Training (CBT) course for the State of Texas. Each course is taught by teachers that are certified by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC), Web Instructor Certified and specialize in Computer Science.

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Interactive Video Conferencing

The Interactive Video Conferencing serves member districts by providing connectivity to educational opportunities by contracting, broad casting, and facilitating a variety of activities delivered via interactive video technologies.

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Augmented Reality in the Classroom
Date: 12/1/2015, 9 AM 3 PM
Letter Knowledge Thoughout the Year
Date: 12/1/2015, 9 AM 3 PM
STEM Camp Urban Infrastructure Day 2
Date: 12/1/2015, 9 AM 3:30 PM
Connecting Arithmetic to Algebra Day 4
Date: 12/2/2015, 9 AM 3:30 PM
Interactive Journaling for Mathematics Day 2: Student Success
Date: 12/2/2015, 9 AM 3:30 PM
Title I Part A Program Requirements and the Campus Planning Process
Date: 12/2/2015, 9 AM 3 PM

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lead4ward-Out with the Old...In with the New: Implementing New Math TEKS

If I am supposed to be teaching the new standards this school year...How do I use my STAAR assessment data and the release STAAR items from previous years when they reflect the old standards? How do I decide which lessons/activities are worth keeping, need tweaking, or should be thrown out altogether? How does knowing which standards are readiness vs. supporting change the way I plan for instruction?

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