firstname.lastname@example.org or Sue Seay, Assistant Professor email@example.com for more information.
Prepares candidates for the certification process and to support them as they complete the process. Seminar topics include learning theory, cooperative learning, alternative assessment, time management, National Board Standards analysis, portfolio entries preparation, and videotaping tips.
National Board Certification Seminar Program
Series of workshops hosted by noted authors for children aspiring to have their work published.
Young Authors' Conference
http://alex.state.al.us) is the state educational Web portal directed by Technology Initiatives, Alabama State Department of Education. The ALEX project collaborates with the University of Alabama at Birmingham to ensure the program meets PK-21 Educator and student needs. ALEX provides a free, one-stop resource for every student, parent, school leader, and teacher in Alabama. ALEX convenes Alabama's finest teachers to develop reading, social sciences, math, and science resources and trains PK-21 teachers, library media specialists, teacher-preparation faculty, and after-school educational programs to use these resources as well as develop video/audio podcasts and lesson plans for hosting to ALEX. The web portal contains over 65,000 links to games, interactives, videos, lesson plans, learning strategies, and includes CCRS teaching/learning resources. ALEX training and resources are designed to engage students in learning that is relevant for learning and working in a global economy. Training modules include the “Expanding the Concept of Literacy” curriculum. Dr. Shannon Parks ( firstname.lastname@example.org) is the director of the ALEX program and Dr. Deborah Strevy, in the UAB School of Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction, is the Principle Investigator of this grant. Dr. Stephanie Baird (email@example.com) continues to oversee the day-to-day development of the ALEX website portal here at UAB.