Posted On: May 04, 2020
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
ATPE members, your efforts during this time have been nothing short of extraordinary. That’s why this Teacher Appreciation Week, ATPE is celebrating all you do with our Work from Home Classroom Makeover Contest.
Posted On: May 01, 2020
#TeachersCan Announces Lineup of Events for Teacher Appreciation Week
Join #TeachersCan partners, including ATPE, for a weeklong celebration of Texas educators during Teacher Appreciation week, May 4–8.
Posted On: April 30, 2020
Introducing the April Volunteer of the Month
Meet our April 2020 Volunteer of the Month, Gidget Belinoski-Bailey of Willis ATPE!
Posted On: April 29, 2020
Announcing ATPE’s Work from Home Classroom Makeover
For however long this work from home situation lasts, ATPE wants to make sure that you’re working in comfort and style. That’s why this Teacher Appreciation Week, ATPE’s launching the ATPE Work from Home Classroom Makeover Contest.
Posted On: April 28, 2020
How to Watch Out for Scams
Sadly, even during a time of crisis (and perhaps more so), there are people who will try to scam you. Here are some things to watch out for.
Posted On: April 23, 2020
From TeachtheVote.org: ATPE Continues Advocacy for Master Teacher Fix
ATPE continues to work to ensure the expertise of Master Teacher certificate holders is upheld. The Legislature abruptly decided to eliminate these prestigious certificates in 2019, but ATPE is working with SBEC, TEA, and legislative and state leaders on a fix. Learn more about our efforts.
Posted On: April 22, 2020
New Webinar Series: Cultivating Calm in Uncertain Times
Texas educators have done an incredible, inspiring job pivoting to remote instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the transition has been challenging. ATPE has partnered with yoga and wellness coach Ali Webb, RYT-500, for a two-part webinar series called “Cultivating Calm in Uncertain Times.”
Posted On: April 21, 2020
Teachers Can: Elevating the Teaching Profession in the Public Eye
ATPE is honored to be part of #TeachersCan
, a coalition of dozens of Texas associations, brands, chambers of commerce, and universities that have joined together to elevate the teaching profession in the public eye.
Posted On: April 16, 2020
Introducing ATPE’s Distance Learning Library
With educators throughout Texas adapting to a new normal and shifting to remote learning, ATPE has developed a distance learning library with a collection of TEKS-aligned content and interactive tools to keep students engaged.
Posted On: April 14, 2020
A Q&A with ATPE’s 2019 Special Services Educator of the Year
2019 Special Services Educator of the Year Donald John Milner shares why he became an educator and the importance of building relationships within your school community.
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