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AAMU/UAH Regional Inservice Center

 

 

The AAMU/UAH Regional Inservice Center is one of eleven centers in the state of Alabama serving teachers in the area of professional development.  Located on the campus of Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, we serve twelve school districts in North Alabama.  It would be impossible to list all of the professional development  services we offer-but a few include: Teacher Mentoring, Alabama Quality Teaching Standards, National Board Certification, and Differentiated Instruction.

 

The AAMU/UAH Regional Inservice Center also has a lending library.  Administrators and teachers in our districts can check out books, videos and the latest DVD’s to enhance your onsite professional development.

 

Housed in our facility are two state initiatives, Science in Motion and Technology in Motion. The AAMU/UAH Regional Inservice Center is here to serve YOU!!!!  As a part of the Alabama A & M University family we too believe that “Service is Sovereignty”.

For more information, please contact Dr. Tammy L. Alexander, at
(256) 372-5239 or -email @ tammy.alexander@aamu.edu

  

Book studies happening in our Inservice Schools for the Fall 2014-2015 School Year


Central School, Madison County, "Number Talks: Helping Children Build Mental Math and Computation Strategies, Grades K-5" by Sherry Parrish

 

Challenger Elementary, Hunstville City, "PBL the the Elementary Grades: Step-by-Step Guidance, Tools and Tips for Standards-Focused K-5 Projects"  by Sara Hallerman, John Larmer & Jon Mergendoller

  

Claysville School, Marshall County,  "Number Talks: Helping Children Build Mental Math and Computation Strategies, Grades K-5"  by Sherry Parris

 

Guntersville Middle, Guntersville City, "Common Core Mathematics in a PLC at Work, Grades 6-8"  by Diane J. Briars, Harold Asturias, David Foster, Mardi A. Gale & Austin Buffum 
 

Guntersville Middle, Guntersville City, "Next Generation Science Standards" by NGSS
 

Jackson County School District, "Close Reading and Writing From Sources"  by Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey
 

Madison County Schools, Madison County, "How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core"  by: James A. Bellanca
 

Douglas Middle, Marshall County, "Bringing Words to Life" by Isabel Beck
 

Douglas Middle, Marshall County, "Pathways to the Common Core: Accelerating Achievement" by Lucy Calkins
  

Sparkman 9th Grade, Madison County, "A Framework for Understanding Poverty"  by Ruby Payne

 

Sparkman Middle, Madison County, "Teaching Students to READ Like DETECTIVES: Comprehending, Analyzing, and Discussing Text"  by Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey & Diane Lapp
  

Walnut Grove, Madison County, "High Impact Instruction: A Framework for Great Teaching" by Jim Knight

 

Buckhorn Middle, Madison County, "Power of ICU"  by Danny Hill & Jayson Nave 
 

Brindlee Mountain Primary, Marshall County, "Unmistakable Impact"  by Jim Knight

 

Brindlee Mountain Primary, Marshall County, "Making Good Teaching Great! Every Day Strategies for Teaching with Impact"  by Todd Whitaker & Annette Breaux
 

Douglas Middle, Marshall  County, "Bringing Word to Life, "by Isabel Beck

 

Douglas Middle, Marshall County, "Pathways to the Common Core: Accelerating Achievement" by Lucy Calkins

 

Discovery Middle, Madison City, "Better Learning Through Structured Teaching: A Framework for the Gradual Release of responsibility, 2nd Edition" by Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey

 

Hazel Green High, Madison County, "Fish" by Stephen C. Lunden

 

Williams Middle School, Hunstville City, "What Great Teachers Do Differently" by Todd Whittaker

 

The Regional Inservice Center has had the priviledge to share these great reknown authors with some of our school districts! Click on the links below to find out more information.

 

Dr. Marcia Tate

 

Dr. Stephen Layne