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7th Annual 21st Century Learning Symposium

21stCenturyLearningSymposium Last year, over 700 educators and business leaders attended this event. New ideas continue to challenge our practice as we design learning environments and enhance classroom instruction to meet the needs of learners who are born into a world of digital access and advanced technology capacity.

This year's keynote speaker is George Couros, Principal for Parkland Schools Division in Alberta, Canada an innovative teaching, learning, and leadership consultant.

21things4students Tech Boot Camp

REMC_21Things_Logo Want to know more about the 21things4students curriculum and materials? Do you need help getting started having you students create digital portfolios and build technology proficiency? If yes, then the 21thing4students TECH BOOT CAMP is for you.

  • Dates & Locations: Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 6 at Macomb ISD, Clinton Township OR Wednesday, August 13 and Thursday, August 14 at Clinton County RESA, 1013 S. U.S. 27, St. Johns
  • Time: 8:30a-3:45p
  • Audience: Grades 5-9 Educators, Principals, Technology Coordinators
  • Cost: $150 includes meals, the Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works, a headset and other materials
  • SCECHs pending
  • Registration available at http://www.solutionwhere.com/misdtraining/cw/main.asp
Tech Boot Camp flyer
Digital Leadership for Learning Day

Dig Leadership Learning logoOn August 14, 2014, Jackson County ISD (#TeamJXN) will be hosting a Digital Leadership for Learning Day featuring Eric Sheniger. This day is designed for Principals, Curriculum Directors, Superintendents, Technology Directors and Teacher Leaders. Learn what it means to be a digital leader and bring back new techniques and strategies to effectively establish a vision and implement a strategic process that creates a teaching and learning culture that provides students with essential skill sets.

Here is some brief information about Eric Sheniger http://edtech.jcisd.org/digital-leadership-for-learning-conference.html

June 18, 2014

21Things4Teachers-Logo-Small 21things4teachers is professional development through an online 10-week course with video tutorials and live virtual sessions. Participants create an online portfolio showcasing valuable and applicable projects for teaching and lifelong learning. Educators say that taking the 21things4teachers is transformational, and they see immediate results when using and applying the ‘things' in their classroom. For a peek at the content visit the 21things4teachers.net site. Summer 2014 Registration Options

  • Option 1 includes the full set of 21things, 90 SCECHs pending, $150
  • Option 2 select one or two sets of 7 things (Things 1-7, 8-14, 15-21), 30 SCECHs pending for each set, $75 per set of 7 things

The Summer 2014 course begins June 18 and ends September 3. Course flyer. Registration and more information are available at: http://www.solutionwhere.com/remcam/cw/main.asp.


June 28 - Juy 1, 2014
 

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ISTE 2014 will be held in Atlanta, Georgia June 28 - July 1, 2014. Come and join your colleagues from around the world at the premier educational technology conference. Learn more about the conference by visiting the conference website


Best of MACUL  July 22 - August 13, 2014 - Best of MACUL

July 22 - Best of MACUL, REMC 6 - Bay Arenac ISD, Bay City: Google Apps (Danielle Letter); 21f (Jay Bennett); BYOD Revolution, Gadgets & Web Tools 2.0 (Matt Alman); Class Set of iPads to improve Student Engagement and Achievement (Ron Madison); Creating Content from Mobil Devices (Anthony Buza); Angie Zeller

July 23 - Best of MACUL, REMC 10 - Tuscola ISD, Caro: Moodle I & II (Bob Frost); Google Apps (Danielle Letter); 21f (Jay Bennett); BYOD Revolution, Gadgets & Web Tools 2.0 (Matt Alman); Class Set of iPads to improve Student Engagement and Achievement (Ron Madison); Angie Zeller

July 24 - Best of MACUL, REMC 12E - Calhoun ISD, Marshall: Google (Chris Garzelloni); Data Sherpa (Mitch Fowler); Teaching in the real and online world (Gigi Lincoln); Power Up: Using Gaming in your Classroom (John Philips); Quick & Easy Video Projects for the Classroom (Mary Phillips); Angie Zeller

July 29 - Best of MACUL, REMC 5 - Clare Gladwin ISD, Clare: App Smashing (Marilyn Western); 21f (Jay Bennett); Moodle & Google (Jay Gross); Friday Folders (Elizabeth Fairbanks); Angie Zeller

July 31 - Best of MACUL, REMC 22 - Eastern UP ISD, Sault St. Marie: MORE (Barb Fardell); Google Sites (John Hertel); 21f (Barb Fardell); 1:1 iPads (Ryan Ringle/Erin Luckhardt); iPads in the Classroom, Best Technology Tools to Prepare your Students for the 2014-2015 Online Assessments (Melissa White); Flipping the Classroom (Ringle/Luckhardt)

August 5 - Best of MACUL, REMC 7- Ottawa ISD, Holland: Free Tech Tools (Anne Thorp); Gmail Tricks (Dave Tchozewski); Digital Storytelling (Patti Harju); Utilizing Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assessments (Andrew Steinman); Ben Rimes, Angie Zeller

August 8 - Best of MACUL, REMC 17 - Oakland Schools, Waterford: eBooks (Karen Bosch); Redesigning classroom (Erin Klein); App Smashing (Laura Cummings); Minecraft (Jennifer Bond); Google (Jennifer Bond); Magical Math (Erin Klein); PBL with Google (Lori Banaszak); #20Time (Nick Provenzano); Mobile Devices Action Research (Joshua Rosenberg); Mark Dohn

August 13 Best of MACUL, REMC 20 - Wayne RESA, Detroit: Class Dojo (Jessica Fiema); Elementary Tips & Tricks (Brooke Stidham); Role of the Teacher in the 21st Century Classroom (Mark Dohn); Project Based Learning on the Move (Kevin Upton); Skype's the Limit! Connecting to Global Learners (Kim Powell); Steve Dickie, Angie Zeller, Joanna Montgomery


July 28-July 30, 2014


Google Camp 2.0
- Calhoun ISD and REMC 12 East are hosting a three day event for educators in Barry/Branch/Calhoun counties focused on using Google Apps for Education. The overall goal is that attendees will further their learning, understanding and application of various features of Google Apps for Education in their roles as teacher, administrator, support staff and Google administrators (or frankly any educator!)

When: Registration between 7:45 and 8:30 each day - sessions start promptly at 8:30 each day

  • Monday, July 28 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Tuesday, July 29 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Wednesday, July 30 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Cost: $30 - you may attend one day, two days, or all three; but the cost no matter which day(s) is a TOTAL of $30 Additional $15 for SCECHs (pending approval - up to 12 SCECHs for attending all three days). SCECH payment due at end of Camp. $30 payment due on the day of attendance, otherwise your district will be invoiced

Where: Lakeview High School, Battle Creek, MI

Registration: Registration is now open! http://tinyurl.com/cisdcamp. Be sure to click each day you plan on attending

Sponsored by Calhoun ISD and REMC Association of Michigan, with many thanks to presenters from Calhoun ISD, Lakeview, Pennfield and Union City.


August 14, 2014

Dig Leadership Learning logo Jackson County ISD (#TeamJXN) will be hosting a Digital Leadership for Learning Day featuring Eric Sheniger. This day is designed for Principals, Curriculum Directors, Superintendents, Technology Directors and Teacher Leaders. Learn what it means to be a digital leader and bring back new techniques and strategies to effectively establish a vision and implement a strategic process that creates a teaching and learning culture that provides students with essential skill sets. The event will be held at Western High School, Parma, MI.


August 5 & 6 and August 13 & 14

REMC_21Things_LogoWant to know more about the 21things4students curriculum and materials? Do you need help getting started having you students create digital portfolios and build technology proficiency? If yes, then the 21thing4students TECH BOOT CAMP is for you.

Dates: Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 6 at Macomb ISD, Clinton Township OR Wednesday, August 13 and Thursday, August 14 at Clinton County RESA, 1013 S. U.S. 27, St. Johns
Time:
8:30a-3:45p
Audience:
Grades 5-9 Educators, Principals, Technology Coordinators
Cost:
$150 includes meals, the Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works, a headset and other materials
SCECHs
pending

Registration available at http://www.solutionwhere.com/misdtraining/cw/main.asp

 


 

November 3 & 4, 2014

Mi Google Conference, Brighton MI


January 8 & 9, 2015

MiMoodle_WEB_SMLSAVE THE DATE - MI Moodle Moot 2015, January 8 & 9, 2015, Mid Michigan Community College Doan Center, Mt. Pleasant MI. Click HERE to be notified when registration opens for MI Moodle Moot 2015.