Anita Archer at Region 13

Join the Strategic InstructionTeam as we host guest speaker Dr. Anita Archer for two full days of Explicit Instruction training. Dr. Archer will present on two different classroom management topics: improving your students' performance by getting them all engaged on October 25th, and building better practice into your daily lessons on October 26th.

October 25 and October 26

Parent Companion: First Five Years

A guide for Texas parents and caregivers of children with diagnosed or suspected disabilities from birth through 5 years of age.

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Texas Educators’ Ethics Training

In response to Senate Bill 7, TEA has collaborated with Region 13 to develop this training to promote appropriate behaviors with students. The training is broken up into 6 concise modules to address this difficult topic. 

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The Teacher Toolkit

A resourceful website developed by the Educator Certification Program that demonstrates powerful teaching strategies for use by novice and veteran teachers alike.

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AIE Conference

AIE is about inspiring growth and reigniting a passion for increasing student outcomes. It is about envisioning extraordinary possibilities, taking courageous actions, and being our best selves to motivate and create expectations for continuous improvement. The call to action is to recommit to leading, teaching, learning, and excelling in creating positive change that addresses the needs of all children.

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Programs & Services


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Who are Tough Kids and Why are they Hard to Handle?

As a teacher, you’ve likely encountered your fair share of difficult students. Students have all sorts of different behaviors and personalities. Some are aggressive, others are reserved, some never follow rules, while others listen to everything. Just the same, you’ve likely come across some tough kids. Your tough kids are students in your class that frequently …

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