All School Advisory: Giving ALL students a voice!

All School Advisory: Giving ALL students a voice! At the December Network Institute, educators across the state shared their knowledge during a meaningful day of professional development at National Louis University. Presenters varied from classroom teachers to those [...]

Creating Your PD Playlist

Creating Your PD Playlist I may be showing my age here but who remembers the art of the mix tape? Perfectly crafting the right order of songs to convey your message, bringing your party to a whole new [...]

How-To: Present at AIMS Events

How-To: Present at AIMS Events Teachers are the experts, so at every AIMS professional development event our goal is to feature the voices and ideas of the people in the classroom and those directly involved with educating young adolescents. [...]

By |2021-09-07T11:06:05-04:00September 7th, 2021|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , |

National Board Certification: Meaningful Professional Development

National Board Certification: Meaningful Professional Development In the past 16 years I have spent a lot of time in professional development workshops and in-service trainings. Many times the focus of these training sessions dealt with student literacy [...]

AIMS Summer Splash 2019 – Increasing Student Engagement

A talented lineup of presenters, sessions designed to inform and inspire middle school educators, and plenty of opportunities for networking - the AIMS Summer Splash is a can’t miss summer professional development event!  Keynote speaker and middle school teacher Josie [...]

By |2019-07-14T13:21:40-04:00May 28th, 2019|Categories: AIMS News|Tags: , , |

AIMS Announces the 2018 Network Institute

The Association of Illinois Middle Grade-Schools (AIMS) will again present the AIMS Network Institute on December 6, 2018 at National Louis University, Lisle campus. AIMS is excited to feature an extensive lineup of talented Illinois educators speaking on timely topics [...]

By |2019-07-14T13:24:36-04:00September 11th, 2018|Categories: AIMS News|Tags: , |

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