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AESA is proud to support the work of member ESAs and to encourage ESA-to-ESA business. Below please find a current list of marketplace opportunities available from other ESAs in the United States.


SWWC Service Cooperative-Mental Health Webinars

Join our mental health consultant for high-quality professional education that will leave you empowered and prepared to deal with the mental health needs of our youth. Attend our monthly one-hour webinars from the comfort of your desk!

Topics include: 

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Tool & Strategies for Dealing with Difficulty Youth
  • Build Skills in Anxious Youth
  • and more!

Contact:
Paige Thompson, LGSW
paige.thompson@swsc.org
507-476-5766


 

Hamilton County Educational Service Center Chromebook Guide

Chromebooks are being used in more classrooms than ever before.  Students using our Chromebook Guides learn how to use their new device faster. Featuring step-by-step instructions for everything from powering up and signing on to using apps, sharing documents and using keyboard shortcuts, Chromebook Guides are both a learning and reference tool.  The easy-to-use Guide is a time saver for teachers, a homework aid for parents and most importantly, a self-help resource for students.  Designed with Grades 1-8 learners in mind and built to withstand daily use with its laminated cover, Chromebook Guides are 3-hole punched for easy binder storage.  

Shop now at https://store.hcesc.org/product/chromebook-guide-binder-insert/

Contact: 
Renita Heideman
renita.heideman@hcesc.org
513-674-4312  


 

Southeast Service Cooperative Systematic Problem Solving and the Metric of Urgency Training

Systematic Problem Solving® offered through Southeast Service Cooperative is a proven process that moves organizations from executing on too many projects and achieving low impact to implementing the vital few projects that will deliver meaningful impact. You can achieve breakthrough change expressed in performance excellence, satisfied stakeholders, and financial gain. 

Join Edwin Boon and Michael Gratz - experts and innovative leaders in customer experience, process improvement, and business transformation - for an intensive 3-day Kaizen training event to introduce your team to the concepts you will apply to one of your ESA’s strategic needs.

When: May 9-11, 2017
Where: Rochester, Minnesota (direct flights to RST or MSP)
Contact: Katie Schmitt
507-281-6676
kschmitt@ssc.coop


 

Montgomery Virtual Program

Montgomery Virtual Program (MVP) is an online program serving students currently attending public and non-public schools in grades K-12. Unlike other "one size fits all" online programs in the marketplace, MVP prides itself in partnering to meet the diverse needs of schools and their students.

MVP utilizes some of today's most innovate content providers to offer a wide range of courses taught by highly qualified teachers. These include standard and accelerated courses, AP/honors courses, electives, credit/unit recovery, homebound, alternative education programs and SAT/ACt and Keystone Prep. MVP provides flexibility at all levels of student learning.

For more information, contact Jeff Rothenberger at 610-755-9324 or jroth@mciu.org


 

Best Keynote-Phenomenal Speakers in Education

ESSDACK in partnership with AESA
We are proud to showcase some of the best educational keynote speakers and consultants available for speaking engagements, workshops and coaching. For more information, contact Brenda Druecker at 620-242-5265 or brendad@essdack.org


Culturally Proficient Schools

Southeast Regional Resource Center (SERRC)
SERRC can provide assistance in culturally responsive practices in the following ways:

  • Develop culturally responsive standards as an instructional framework and a measurement of effective instructional practices for observation and evaluation;
  • Provide professional  learning for teachers and leaders around culturally responsive practices.

SERRC has also developed  a product called Culture in the Classroom that defines and describes a set of cultural standards and indicators complete with examples of teacher  and student behaviors and accompanying  rubrics and reflection questions. This product can also be used for self-reflection in continuous growth  and improvement. For more information contact Gerry Briscoe at 907-349-0651 or gerryb@serrc.org or Sheryl Weinberg at 907-586-6806 or  sherylw@se.rrc.org


4Schools

CESA 6
Created by educators, for educators, our innovative 4Schools line of web applications save you time and money so you can dedicate more time to student learning. Our integrated apps make communicating with staff, students, and parents quick and easy and make record keeping accurate and efficient.

With our powerful Content Management System, CMS4Schools, professionally designed, affordable, and easy to manage Web sites are at your fingertips.

Whether you are looking to redesign your Web site, streamline your form routing approval process, or better manage your event and facility reservation system, 4Schools has an application to meet your needs. For more information, contact Kari Moon at 920-236-0535 or info@4schools.net .


MyQuickReg

CESA 6
myQuickReg is an online reservation system to assist in handling workshop, conference, or networking meeting registrations. From promotion of events to accepting registrations to printing attendee roster and name tags, myQuickReg will help your organization streamline events for both your event organizers and attendees. For more information, contact Mark Gutknecht at 920-236-0861 or mgutknecht@cesa6.org .


Environmental Resource Council

AESA Member Agency: South Central Service Cooperative

A long-time partner of SCSC, the Environmental Resource Council makes a collection of valuable resource materials are available free of charge to schools, parents and community leaders who make decisions in complex and controversial environments.

Materials representing more than 30 years of research and development are designed to persuade people who are at risk to do the right thing. Numerous brochures, posters, books, and videos are available for download from the site. Resources are organized into the following categories for your convenience: Alcohol, Drugs; Tobacco, Gambling, Motorcycle Safety, Gun Safety, Pesticides, Social Interactions & Lifestyle, and Prom Night Safety collection. For more information contact Bruce Bomier at 763-753-9713 or think@envrc.org


eLearning Network Online Professional Learning

AESA Member Agency: North East Florida Educational Consortium
The eLearning Network offers a variety of online professional learning courses to help meet your needs.  Among the eLearning course offerings are Reading Endorsement, ESOL Endorsement for all educators, Gifted Endorsement, as well as a variety of other professional learning opportunities. All courses are learner-centered, curriculum-focused, and facilitator-guided to enable learners to build and use the necessary skills to improve current practice. The eLearning Network's online professional learning provides meaningful and authentic experiences, access to a variety of research-based practices, mentoring by experts, and practical application for increased student outcomes. For more information contact Christi Sadler at 386-329- 3580 or sadlerc@nefec.org.


New Jersey Virtual School

AESA Member Agency: Monmouth Ocean Educational Services Commission

The NJVS provides online instruction to high school and middle school students. Core High School courses are NCAA approved. AP courses are College Board approved. For more information contact Carly Londrigan at 732-695-7800 or clondrigan@moesc.org


STEAMmaker Camp


STEAMmaker  Camp

STEAMmaker  Camp is professional learning for teachers that students also attend and love! The students, grades K-12, are actually "props" so teachers can experience the learning in action. In other words, teachers work and learn right alongside their own kids, actually jumping in, thinking, designing, and making together. Teachers practice their new educator skills with their students instead of just talking theoretically about strategies. Afterward, they all go back home as a full team, both teachers and students, with a vision and plans for how to build a Makerspace in their own schools!
For more information please contact:
Brenda Druecker
620.242.5265
brendad@essdack.org
Website: www.essdk.me/Steammakercamp


 

Grant Writing Services

AESA Member Agency: GROW – Division of CESA 6
GROW assists school districts and nonprofit agencies in identifying funding sources and then developing and submitting grant proposals to support educational programming initiatives. Districts and nonprofit agencies that lack time or expertise to apply for grants now have the means to do so, thanks to our support in identifying needs and grants, getting planning efforts underway, and writing highly competitive proposals.
Grant writing is not simply about writing or budget relief, but rather about clarifying what children need and then working in partnership with school  and agency personnel to develop the highest-quality intervention or reform strategies to meet those needs. For more information contact Kevin DeCramer, Director at  920-236-0501 or kdecramer@cesa6.org


Alumni Nations

AESA Member Agency: CESA 6
Alumni Nations helps you to grow sustainable connections with your graduates and community, providing a lifetime of support. These connections provide advocacy, talent, and funding opportunities.

  • An active alumni program for public schools:
    • Engages supporters by finding and engaging graduates
    • Enhances revenue through donations and proceeds from fundraising
    • purchases;
    • Expands resources through volunteers, mentors and community.
  • An Alumni Nation – building system for public schools
    • Strategy development
    • Volunteer recruitment and training
    • Communication planning
    • Customized website tools
    • Revenue generators-online store and donations
    • On-going support
  • Start your Alumni Nation today!

For more information contact Dave Van Spankeren at 920-236-0518 or dvanspankeren@cesa6.org


ELL Teaching Tips

AESA Member Agency: CESA 6
The CESA 6 Language and Culture Center supports your efforts to educate all teachers and instructional staff through our high quality, research-based, and practical ELL Teaching Tips.   You will receive the ELL Teaching Tips twice a month, via email, to share with districts and schools.  Our ready to use ELL Teaching Tips provide strategies for teaching English Learners with resources to implement the tips. Access our previous tips via our online portal all the back to 2011! Promote the academic achievement of your Global and English Learners. For more information, contact Tere Masiarchin, Coordinator Language and Culture Center at 920-236-0876 or tmasiarchin@cesa6.org .


E-Registration

AESA Member Agency: Grant Wood Area Education Agency
E-Registration is a software application written for PowerSchool districts to eliminate paper for parents at fall registration or anytime of the year a change in student demographics is needed.

Parents may update the following using their existing PowerSchool log in credentials:

  • Student demographics
  • Parent and Emergency Contacts
  • Complete Home Language Survey's
  • Sign all Permission forms electronically
  • Link to existing fee collection software

Students also have the ability to sign any student specific forms electronically in E-Registration using their existing Student PowerSchool log in credentials.

Give E-Registration a try and offer your parents an electronic solution to filling out so many paper forms. For more information contact Deb Broghammer at 319-399-6774 or dbroghammer@gwaea.org.


my etep

Midwestern Intermediate Unit
ETEP is a full suite of evaluation tools which facilitate the teacher evaluation process.  The application is comprised of multiple modules that perform the following evaluation tasks:
Formal Observations: Questionnaires for pre- and post-observation, classroom observation evidence collection, fully interactive Rubrics, and dynamic structuring to include unannounced observations

Differentiated Supervision: Observations, action plans, progress tracking, and end-of-year Rubric ratings

Student Learning Objectives (SLO):  Goal setting, focus areas, progress tracking, feedback and rating performance

Non-Teaching Professional (NTPE) Observations: Over 16 NTPE roles

Walk-through and Anecdotal Notes  

Summative Evaluation Forms

For more information contact Dr. Cathleen J. Cubelic at 412-670-8460 or cathleen.cubelic@miu4.org or pfarrell@edulinkinc.com.


Turn-Key Digital Solutions for Leading Edge Professional Learning

Southwest Plains Regional Service Center- Kansas
Looking for a partnership with a shared  revenue stream? Desire to secure exclusive rights to sales in your state? Ready to assist districts  with innovative solutions for professional learning?

  • Kokopelli Individual Plan of Study- 1-stop student data management.
  • Digital eWalkThrough® System - customizable observation tool. Feedback can be instantaneously delivered to teachers. Includes power to capture, disaggregate, analyze, and archive data.  New book just released
    http://www.kellygillespie.org/new-releases.html
  • AC2E- thought-provoking and engaging lessons aligned to standards. Convenient 'card' format; available for K-12 in ELA, math, science, and history.

For more information contact Mike Ronen at 316-285-6758 or mike.ronen@swplains.org