Parent universities are an opportunity for families to further develop strategies for supporting their children’s learning here at AEA. They are conducted by staff or community members, and cover a variety of educational topics.
* Childcare for current AEA students and Spanish translation, are provided whenever possible.
Please visit the links below for digital access to previous, staff led Parent Universities.
|11/29/2016 Middle School, 5:30-7:00||Safety Net: Kristine Amicone, from the San Diego Police Foundation, shares strategies on how to keep students safer online.|
|1/24/2017 Middle School MPR, 5:30-7:00||IB Continuum: The significance of an International Baccalaureate education, how the PYP, MYP, and DP programs are connected, and the unique qualities specific to each of the three programs.||Intro to IB & MYP
|2/9/2017 Elementary School Think Tank, 6:00-7:30||Math Problem Solving: Problem solving approaches, real-world connections, concrete to abstract processes, and how to provide support at home.||Math Parent University
Math Parent University (Spanish)
|2/21/2017 Elementary School Think Tank, 6:00-7:30||German Home Support: The sequence of German language learning here at AEA, as well as useful strategies and resources for you to use at home in supporting your child.||German Parent University (English)
German Parent University (Spanish)
|5/16/2017 Middle School MPR, 6:00-7:30pm||Digital Citizenship|
We will discuss what it means to be a digital citizen, and what we do as a school to promote digital citizenship. We will also provide resources on how to foster digital citizenship at home. The English session will be led by Rebecca Gullans and Michelle Guarino, while the Spanish session will be led by Claudia Pruitt.
|Digital Citizenship Parent University
Digital Citizenship Parent University - Spanish