PAMLE will be conducting our Schools to Watch (STW) Training this summer at the Country Inn & Suites in State College, PA on July 11 & 12. You may register by clicking here. Registration will be limited, so register early! The cost for the training will stay the same as 2019, $50 to register, which includes a room, double occupancy and meals, or you pay an additional $50 if you want a single room. Registration will include all materials for the training.
Training will begin on Sunday at 1:00 pm and will conclude Monday by 3:00 pm. If you have any specific questions, please email Bruce Vosburgh at email@example.com. Everyone who completes the training will then be able to screen STW applications as well as to be a team member for any STW site visits this fall. Please share this information with colleagues within your school or district.
Schools to Watch is a program of the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform - https://www.middlegradesforum.org.
Interested in becoming a Schools to Watch school? Check out the National Forum's Toolkit, which provides tools as well as a pathway to becoming a STW school
PAMLE and Easter University hosted another great webinar on May 12 entitled, "What We Have Learned: What do We Keep, Change and Throw Away?" Thank you to our wonderful panelists! If you need Act 48 credit for this event, click here.
Missed the webinar? Missed this or any past webinar? You can view the recording on the PAMLE YouTube Channel!
Win a Color Printer or a Laminator from PAMLE & Brain Power!
We’re celebrating the end of this challenging school year with a giveaway campaign! You could win a color printer or a laminator that will be extremely useful in the classroom.
Long-time PAMLE corporate sponsor, Horace Mann, is offering an exciting new event for educators!
Horace Mann recently hosted its free Virtual Speaker Series for educators – an all-star lineup of presenters that gave educators the inspiration, motivation and empowerment they deserve.
The speakers were so well received that they’re now offering their sessions on-demand so their incredible messages and stories can reach even more educators. These presentations are at cost to you or your staff. Read more here!We are so excited that AMLE’s Institute for Middle Level Leadership is BACK this July! Join us July 11-14 at the Renaissance Orlando at Sea World. Click here for details!
introducing Perfection Learning's Diversity and Social Justice Reading List! Check out these great resources! Diversity & Social Justice Children’s Literature Fiction & Nonfiction as well as Diversity & Social Justice Young Adult Literature Fiction & Nonfiction.American College of Education appreciates you making a difference, even from a distance. And to show it, we're celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week by giving away 15 $250 Amazon gift cards. You and your educators have gone above and beyond this year, and we want you to know we're here to support you.
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Find out more About CMLA
The Collegiate Middle Level Association (CMLA) is a professional education organization for college students preparing to become middle level teachers. Some colleges and universities have a chapter you can join, or you can start one at your institution, or you can become a member of the chapter at-large if your program is very small. CMLA’s are unique to each chapter, but all members have the commonalities of being dedicated to the developmentally appropriate education of young adolescents (ages 10-15) and passionate about developing their own ability to be effective middle level teachers. Check the AMLE website to learn about activities and opportunities available through CMLA.
For even deeper involvement in the field of Middle Level Education in Pennsylvania, check out this opportunity to become the CMLA representative to the PAMLE State Board.
PAMLE is a proud affiliate of the Association for Middle Level Education
AMLE LEGACY VIDEOS
The Middle Level Legacy video series documents the history of a major educational reform in American Education: the Middle School Movement. Check out these videos from AMLE.
Log into the MEMBERS section of the website. Click on the “Members” menu at the top left-hand side of the page. If you don't know your login information please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get your username and password.