This is a three-part module series (+1 optional) outlining the steps current Iowa high school students need to take in order to prepare for going to college.
Iowa's Statewide College Prep Curriculum
Computer Science Grade 3-5: #4 Networks & the Internet: Cybersecurity Part 1
What is cybersecurity? Do you know how to create a strong password? Have you share personal or private information online? Find out what is important to keep safe and secure and what information is okay to share online in Part 1 of the Cybersecurity module.
In this module, students will look at what is CYBERSECURITY, how to create strong passwords, and understand a digital footprint. What's safe to share online and what an individual should keep private.
The Art of Computer Science: Advanced Concepts for High School Students
Learn about the concepts of Computer Science, right in your browser.
This module will provide students with an overview of the concepts of computer science, such as: computer systems, computer hardware, software, algorithms, programming fundamentals, Boolean logic, data structures, looping, algorithm efficiency, functions and recursion, sorting and searching, text encoding and cryptography, databases, networking, and artificial intelligence.
Students who successfully complete this module will be prepared to take the AP Computer Science Principles Exam.
Career Investigation: TrueNorth Companies: Insurance & Risk Management
Explain the importance of Risk Management Practices
Outlines career opportunities available at TrueNorth
Success Stories, Insights by African American males - Workbook
Students will see that there are successful black individuals who model success. Students can read interesting stories and improve academic skills, including critical thinking (extraction of facts from each story and pre writing organization). Students can compare their lives to the stories in the text and develop essays. This is accomplished by reading the text and using the tools after each story and in the back of the text.
Interactive Simulation: Biology: Coronavirus
Virtual Tour: Terrace Hill
This module is a 3D tour of Terrace Hill. You can also view this tour in VR.
History: Terrace Hill
A history of Terrace Hill, Iowa Governor's Mansion and National Historic Landmark
Compare historical photos and present-day photos to learn about changes and improvements over time
Engage in interactive games throughout the learning
Be connected with additional Terrace Hill resources for further exploration
Iowa History Book: Collections of the Iowa Rural Schools Museum of Odebolt 1870-1950
This book Iowa History: Collections of the Iowa Rural Schools Museum of Odebolt 1870-1950, was written by Sandra Host and shares information with lots of photos on teaching methods and devices, Victorian farm fashions, student desks and devices, toys and games, children outdoor chores, girls’ indoor chores, evolution of music, atlases and maps, teacher’s desk and furnishings, morning routines, student awards and historical school documents and Iowa books all from 1870- 1950
The purpose of this OSHA training is to provide the appropriate knowledge and understanding to eliminate or minimize occupational exposure to Hepatitis B virus (HBV) which causes Hepatitis B (a serious liver disease), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) which causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and other bloodborne pathogens.
These OSHA training programs are designed to provide you with basic content training on the requirements of the various mandates and are not intended to serve as a total training package.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was passed in 1996, and yet, many employees do not understand HIPAA rules and regulations. You may not know when, or if, health records are exempt from HIPAA regulations, or how to handle records if they are. This training course will give you an overview of the law and a practical understanding of its implementation.
The Development of a Child's BrainX
Upon completion of this module students will: be able to recognize different parts of the human brain and their functions and determine why infants learn faster than adults, be able to demonstrate knowledge of what an infant's brain looks like at birth and the stages it goes through in the first five years, and identify parental role in brain development and the necessity of social interaction for a child, be able to identify the causes and effects of abnormalities in a child's brain abd understand the effect that toxic stress and neglect has on the brain.
This module is an overview of becoming a certified Food Handler.
Training: Mandatory Reporter: Child AbuseX
The purpose of this training is to provide the learner with the appropriate knowledge and understanding of their roles and responsibilities as mandatory reporters for child and dependent adult abuse. Curriculum provided by the Department of Human Services.
AEA Learning Online is proud to offer the first-of-its-kind Student Personalized Learning System.
This system allows Iowa students to explore a variety of online personalized learning opportunities, as well as provide access to an online statewide catalog of K-12 content, assessments, and performance tasks.
Educators who are interested in using the Student Personalized Learning System with their students should contact Denise Krefting or Melissa Wicklund for assistance.
District Creating and Using Content in SPLS with Students
valid from May 16, 2021 at 12:52pm to Sep 30, 2022 at 12:52pm
Hear from Ali Sauter, Indianola's Technology Integration Coach, as she shares how teachers, including herself, are creating content in the SPLS to support Indianola's Online Learning Program. Hear their process and see shots of some of the content they are building.
Teacher Using Digital Citizenship Content in AEA Learning Online's SPLS with Students
valid from May 16, 2021 at 12:57pm to Sep 30, 2022 at 12:57pm
Hear from North Polk Elementary Technology Coordinator and Teacher Ann Howe from North Polk, Iowa as she shares how she uses the Digital Citizenship content in AEA Learning Online's Student Personalized Learning System with her 2nd and 3rd graders.
Learn How to Use the Student Personalized Learning System
valid from Oct 20, 2021 at 2:26pm to Oct 20, 2022 at 2:26pm
Teacher Created Science Content in AEA Learning Online's SPLS to use with Students
valid from May 31, 2021 at 3:50pm to Nov 30, 2022 at 3:50pm
Hear from High School Science Teacher Blanchard Byrne from Newman Catholic in Mason City Iowa as she shares how she creates her own content in AEA Learning Online's Student Personalized Learning System to use with her science classes.
Recorded Webinar for Teachers: Using the System
valid from Mar 31, 2020 at 2:20pm to Oct 1, 2023 at 12:00am