Alabama Learning Exchange (ALEX)
Alabama's Learning Exchange is a web portal where teachers and administrators can find courses of study, lesson plans, and web resources aligned to the Alabama Course of Study content standards.
This website was created to help Alabama educators better understand the Common Core and selected Alabama standards as well as provide high-quality resources and instructional materials to implement the CCRS. By also providing the Alabama Insight online curriculum tool to each district in Alabama, educators can explore and map the standards.
eLearning Alabama uses a Web-based model to provide effective professional development that leads to gains in teacher's content knowledge, improvements in their teaching practices and increases in the achievement of their students.
SAS Curriculum Pathways
An online resource for students and teachers, SAS Curriculum Pathways provides standards-based content in all the core disciplines, grades 8-14. Disciplines include Math, Science, English, History and Spanish.
EDUCATEAlabama is a formative system designed to provide information about a teacher’s/ educator’s current level of practice within the Alabama Continuum for Teacher Development, which is based on the Alabama Quality Teaching Standards (AQTS), Alabama Administrative Code §290-3-3-.04. The AQTS constitutes the foundation of the teaching profession while the Continuum is a tool used to guide teacher/educator reflection, self-assessment, and goal setting for professional learning and growth.
STI PD is a state-mandated tool for managing and tracking teachers' professional development. Through STI PD, teachers can find PD sessions, request approval to attend them and complete the session evaluations. Teachers can also track their PD history to ensure that they are meeting the requirements for certification.
Use engaging videos to create customized lessons. Educators can use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-Ed, or create lessons from scratch based on any video from YouTube. Additionally, educators can use assessments attached to videos.