Explore these engineering and technology learning resources for grades PreK through 12+.
Financial literacy starts young! Introduce students to the value of different coins, personal finances, staying on a budget and more.
Join The Great American Read and help choose America's best-loved novel! Explore the educational resource collection. (Grades 7-12+)
Alabama has five Fund for Teachers Fellows this year: Jeremy Brown, Breanna Johnston, Julie (Starr) Weems, Virginia Bellomy-Ezell, and Beth Jordan.
Learn about PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs & how to apply for a three day workshop that focuses on preparing new participating teachers.
Announcing the winners from the 2018 Alabama Association of School Boards Video Contest. Congratulations to all the winners.
This Summer: A two-day symposium exploring how the World War I changed daily life for Alabamians both during and after the conflict. Teachers, receive PD credits!
Explore how author Grace Lin's books, which often feature the Asian-American experience, can help to make all cultures universal. (Grades PreK-7)
Alabama Legacy Moments commemorates the Alabama Bicentennial with 200 distinctive radio and television spots about the people, places and stories that have defined Alabama.Watch Online Now!
Online courses and communities of practice for educators and childcare providers in Alabama.
May 14, 2018
Book Study and Collaboration – Kids Deserve It: Pushing Boundaries and Challenging Conventional Thinking. Registration is now open in Chalkable/STI-PD. Search by PD Title # PLUACLD550
May 14, 2018
Using Growth Mindset to Lead and Improve Schools. Registration is now open in Chalkable/STI-PD. Search by PD Title # PLUACLD552A
July 9, 2018
In this on-demand, 2-hour online course, participants will gain a better understanding of homelessness and the often unseen but growing prevalence of homelessness in Alabama. Registration opens July 9, 2018
July 23, 2018
The Alabama Early Learning Guidelines professional development course, through a partnership between the Alabama Department of Human Resources and Alabama Public Television, will be available as a free 7-week online course this summer. Registration opens July 2, 2018.