The Connected Classrooms Project is back for another year. This partnership between Michigan's Bedford Public Schools, Jackson County ISD and Iowa's Keystone AEA began in 2012 to build connected classrooms throughout the United States and the globe. Upcoming Projects include:
Mystery Connections is a "Where in the world is . . . experience" begins Monday, September 30. There are two Mystery Connections, one for grades K-2 and one for grades 3-12. Click HERE for more information and to register before the September 26 deadline.
Video Story Problems: Bored with dull story problems? Try this challenge to engage students. Registration opens mid-October.
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.
Each set of 7 things (Things 1-7, 8-14, 15-21), has 30 SCECHs pending for each set and costs $100 per set of 7 things.
The 1-7 session begins Setember 24, and ends November 21. 21t4t Course Flyer
Registration and more information is available at: http://www.solutionwhere.com/remcam/cw/main.asp.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Supported by Google, MACUL, REMC Association of Michigan and Brighton Area Schools, the miGoogle conference on November 3 & 4 will inspire and excite educators with new ways to incorporate web-based technologies into the classroom. Sessions will include introductions to Google products such as Docs, Sites, and Blogger as well as deep-dive sessions for experienced users. Sessions on the management and technical deployment of Google Apps for Education will also be available.
You can find out more information and register @ https://sites.google.com/a/sowashventures.com/migoogle14/home.
September 24-November 21
21things for the 21st Century Educator - Statewide Course 1-7
This is professional development program for educators who want to build their 21st Century skills with technology, and apply them to their educational setting. This is the initial section of the course and will cover: Basics, Face of Your Classroom, Visual Learning, Cloud Initiation, Collaboration, Communication and Productivity. Participants create an online Digital Portfolio, a Classroom web presence, and complete assignments for each of the 7 'things' and one final capstone project.For more information check out 21 Things Flyer .
REMC SAVE Webinar for Administrative Assistants
The REMC SAVE Bid Project will be holding a webinar on September 25 at 10:00 am via Adobe Connect for administrative assistants and anyone else who purchases products and services through REMC SAVE. Topics include: what's new and improved, reviewing website features, and answering participants' questions. You can register for this event by going to http://remc.adobeconnect.com/secretary14/event/registration.html.
The URL for the webinar is: http://remc.adobeconnect.com/secretary14/event/login.html. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 3 & 4
Mi Google Conference, Brighton MI
Supported by Google, MACUL, REMC Association of Michigan and Brighton Area Schools, the miGoogle conference will inspire and excite educators with new ways to incorporate web-based technologies into the classroom. Sessions will include introductions to Google products such as Docs, Sites, and Blogger as well as deep-dive sessions for experienced users. Sessions on the management and technical deployment of Google Apps for Education will also be available.
You can find out more information and register @ https://sites.google.com/a/sowashventures.com/migoogle14/home
January 8 & 9, 2015
SAVE 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.