Internal Access to Staff E-Mail
All TIES Web Links
AESOP Sub System The AESOP User Guide is attached at the bottom of this page.
"GiveMN can help your efforts to provide more resources for students in the classroom. I would encourage you to learn more about this great opportunity." Brenda Cassellius, Minnesota Education CommissioneriBooks Author Introduction
Learn to create multi-touch textbooks for your students following easy steps that explain how to embed video, audio and more. Engage your students with multimedia rich lessons using iBooks Author.iObservation
*The site has an updated look and still provides users with valuable resources. Click here
to access a KeepCertified training video.
MDE Center for Educator Licensing
The Center for Educator Licensing (CEL) is your one stop to apply
for your first Minnesota license, renew an existing license, track the
status of an application, or to view your clock hour record.
Military Family Resources
A list of resources and professional development opportunities to help you provide military families with useful information and better understand the military child.
Minnesota Learning Loop
The Minnesota Learning Loop Teacher Classroom Resources
created by TIES, is a database of online resources linked to the
Minnesota Academic Standards. The first phase includes resources for
K-12 Reading and Language Arts. Other curricular areas will be added in
Resources can be located by clicking on the ‘Search’ button on the
horizontal menu bar near the top of the page and choosing Grade Level,
MN Standard, Resource Type, Technology Used or Keywords. The results
will be displayed with descriptions and live links to web sources.
Some resources have been sorted into the following categories:
Student Learning Tools, Teacher Portals and Online Communities. The
buttons to access these resources are located on the horizontal menu
bar as well as at the bottom of the page.
National Do Not Call Registry The
National Do Not Call Registry gives you a choice about whether to
receive telemarketing calls at a particular phone number. Most
telemarketers should not call a number once it has been on the registry
for 31 days. If they do, you can file a complaint at this Web site. You can register your phone numbers for free. Your registration will be effective for five years.
Teacher access to NWEA reports and information
Ready, Set, Go
Provides resources for navigating path from high school to higher educationSciMathMN
Minnesota STEM Teacher Center
TIES Workshop Schedule and Registration Information
20 Technology Skills Every Educator Should Have
Wiki Walk-Through Learn what a wiki is, who uses them and some advantages they have over blogs.