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Registration is open for KPEC 2020
Keystone's Premier Education Conference!  
 

Our 2019 conference sold out – register early!

KPEC 2020 (Keystone's Premier Education Conference) attendees will connect with peers, hear keynote addresses from nationally-recognized speakers, and choose from dozens of breakout sessions.  The conference will feature hands-on sessions on leadership, technology, curriculum content, special education, and social-emotional behavioral health. Recertification credit is available. 

Exciting keynote speakers will be announced soon!
 

The early bird conference fee is just $109 and includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
The fee increases to $139 on May 1. Recertification credit is available for $85.

KPEC 2020 Course #274163

+Recert Credit #274162

After logging into the AEA Professional Learning Registration System go to the Courses menu > Search for KPEC or the course #s provided above. If you need assistance with registration please contact Kathy Wessel at 800-632-5918.  

 


KPEC 2020 Session Proposal Form

Now accepting KPEC 2020 Session Proposals 

 

KPEC Conference Session Survey

Tell us what topics you'd like to have at KPEC 2020 


 

Things that make you say, "Hmmm..."

Upcoming Workshops


 

Have you tried TrueFlix?

From Election Day to Thanksgiving Day TrueFlix has you covered! TrueFlix is a digital resource available all Keystone educators & students. It helps build knowledge of subject area content through the use of video, audio, & text.

Cultivate 21st century skills through the inquiry process and utilize the integrated lesson plans and leveled text. Visit www.keystoneaea.org > Digital Resources to explore TrueFlix and other digital resources.

 


New Mental Health Website

Please respond to a 3 question survey about the development of a new mental health website. Survey Link

Vision: A one-stop shop for students, educators, caregivers, family, and community partners to find mental health resources to assist all communities in the state of Iowa.

Background: Commissioned by the Iowa Legislature, the Area Education Agencies are developing a website to support mental health in Iowa children age 0-21, to be launched on July 1 of 2020.