Digital Learning: College & Career Readiness

The GHAEA Digital Learning Team is dedicated to empowering all learners to be Future Ready through innovative and transformative practice.

Focus Areas:


Digital Learning Supports

AEA Digital Resources: High-quality, vetted digital resources to support all K-12 curricular areas. Access using GHAEA OneClick.

Digital Learning Toolbox: Click here to access our digital learning toolbox! Full of digital tools to use in your classroom, complete with quick overviews and implementation ideas!

Youtube Playlist: Click here to find our digital learning playlist! How-to's, exciting new features, and tutorial videos at your fingertips!

Digital Learning Social Media: Find us on social media for even more resources! We share ideas in real time! Twitter and Facebook

Personalized Professional Learning

Through the use of technology and digital learning, our team focuses on creating hands-on, high-quality professional learning opportunities that combine authentic learning with best practice. It is our belief this shift leads to student success. Our focus is not “sit and get” - we immerse our learners in the experience, all while tailoring to your district's vision.

Click here to learn some ways we can help your district grow your professional development!

Future Ready Iowa

Through collaboration with Local Education Agency (LEAs) and in partnership with students, families, businesses, community agencies, and the Iowa Department of Education, Green Hills Area Education Agency (GHAEA) will ensure every student graduates from high school “Future Ready.”
 Let our team join you in planning and preparing your students for college & career success. 
*Want to know more about Future Ready Iowa? Click here!

Iowa Authentic Learning Network

Students helping to solve authentic problems and assisting in projects with business partners locally and statewide. Our network is growing. This opportunity can be at the classroom level or a stand-alone program. Many districts have worked with the IowaALN network to enhance an existing program.

How does IowaALN help students become Future Ready?

  • Provides authentic learning experiences that engage students in 21C Learning including collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking across multiple disciplines of learning.
  • Engages students in learning through working on authentic projects with a wide variety of potential partnerships.
  • Connects students to experts in various fields of different career pathways.
  • Allows students to network with community and business partners to gain a better understanding of community and business operations.
  • Builds resiliency within our local communities.

View IowaALN partners from around the state by visiting IowaALN.org


Computer Science Resources

With K-12 computer science instruction set to be fully implemented by 2023, our computer science consultants, Kimberly Adams, Judy Griffin and Heather Lundquist would love to help you get started!


Some resources to help you get started:

2022-2023 Computer Science PD Opportunities

Computer Science Quick Guide

Computer Science Ideas and Resources

Iowa Department of Education Computer Science Page


Assistive Technology

Designed to support local IEP and IFSP teams as they provide assistive technology services and devices to individuals from birth to 21 years of age. The Regional Assistive Technology Specialists serve as a resource to these local teams as they work to integrate assistive technology into the student or child's life, in a climate of collaboration, creativity, shared leadership, and mutual respect.
The Assistive Technology Specialists also provide collaboration on assessments of individuals with disabilities as they relate to assistive technology needs, including a functional evaluation of the individual in the classroom environment. The AT Specialists also provide information on the purchasing, leasing or obtaining of assistive devices for individuals with disabilities.
To learn more about Assistive Technology, click here!