Professional Learning for Educators

High quality, anywhere, anytime, online learning for educators.

Facilitated Learning Options

AEA Learning Online offers over 200 facilitated online courses for license renewal or graduate credit. These courses allow participants to engage with instructors and colleagues from across the state. These courses feature:

  • Rigorous and relevant content

  • Discussion forums

  • Collaborative activities

  • Weekly assignments

Personalized Learning Trainings & Courses

AEA Learning System provides educators with access to hundreds of self-paced trainings and courses. Many of the opportunities are free to employees in a participating district. Self-paced courses offer educators affordable options for license renewal or graduate credit* with the added convenience of no deadlines, no waiting for a section to start, and no waiting for a class to finish in order to receive your grade.


*Only select courses

Statewide Popular Trainings and Courses include:

  • Mandatory Reporter: Child and Dependent Adult Abuse 

  • Bloodborne Pathogen Training

  • Overview of State Requirements Regarding Seclusion and Restraint: Chapter 103

  • Right to Know Training

  • Google Apps 101

  • Exceptional Learner

  • Digital Citizenship

  • The Practicing Educator


On-demand professional learning opportunities for educators using a variety of formats, including webinars, presentations, round-table discussions, and recorded live events.

  • ­Technology tutorials

  • School Administrators of Iowa series

  • ELPA series

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About AEAs

Iowa's Area Education Agencies (AEAs) were created in 1974 by the Iowa legislature to ensure equal educational opportunities for all children from birth through age 21. As regional service agencies, AEAs provide special education and school improvement services for students, families, teachers, administrators, and their communities.


Iowa's Area Education Agencies

Connie Johnson
Iowa's AEAs Communications Director
(712) 335-3588 ext. 2015 



Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment
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Management Services
Media Services
Multi-Cultural Gender Fair
Professional Development
School Communication Planning
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Iowa's AEAs are required to adhere to state and federal laws that prohibit discrimination in programs, activities and employment practices.

For specific information, contact your AEA.

  AEA Learning Online

  6500 Corporate Drive

  Johnston, Iowa 50131





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