Bring Professional Development to Your District
AEA's Priority Learning trainers are master teachers who are Nationally Board Certified. They are well qualified and prepared to present classroom-based professional development training. Professional Development can be tapered to fit your district training needs for a fee which supports strategic objectives to impact school performance and teacher development. Contact us at 602-264-1774 firstname.lastname@example.org (x113) or email@example.com (x146).
AEA 45-hour SEI Completion Course
AEA is offering an opportunity for members and nonmembers to complete the mandatory 45-hour Structured English Immersion (SEI) requirement at a minimal cost. This methods class, in addition to the provisional, fulfills full SEI endorsement required by the state. Classes are held at the AEA Headquarters, 345 E. Palm Lane, in Phoenix. The cost is $130 for AEA members and $230 for nonmembers. If you would like to notified of the next session or register submit your contact information in the online registration.
NEA Academy® Degree & Continuing Education Program
This program offers members an affordable way to earn their degree and continuing education through online courses. NEA member-specific scholarships are available. Below are some current offerings:
M.S. Curriculum & Instruction
Advance your knowledge and skills in applying sound, empirically based principles of education.
- Tuition discount, application fee waiver, and eligibility for WGU-NEA Academy Partner Scholarships
- Two domains of study: Curriculum & Instruction and Research Fundamentals
Practical, real-world, and application-based focus prepares you for a leadership role
Rights and Responsibilities in the Disciplinary Process
Understand your school's discipline policies and how to better manage disruptive behavior to maintain a safe environment for students. Appropriate for all staff.
- Online, self-paced, available 24/7
- Real-world video examples, plus forum & journals for participant interaction
- $20 discount for NEA members
The Teaching Channel website offers a growing library of short videos to inspire K-12 teaching. These video lessons - in English language arts, math, science, and history/social sciences - include lesson objectives, questions to consider, homework ideas, and more.
Free registration provides access to:
Highlights of skilled teachers teaching a lesson, such as Kick Me: Making Vocabulary Interactive
Tips and tricks for new teachers, such as Attention Getting Signals: One Spot and Planning Full Days and Practicing Fast Facts
Featured “Amazing Classrooms,” such as Building Community in a Multi-Language Classroom