21 Things 4 Students Provides lessons and activities for students grades 5-9 to grow their effective use of technology and be successful in their digital learning. All resources are experiential, relevant, applicable and adaptable.
Doodle For Your Noodle Learn about sketchnoting, how to teach sketchnoting to your students, and how to incorporate it into different content areas. Each participant is an important part of the learning process - making the overall experience equitable, accessible, and most of all, fun!
Esports Amplified A project to help schools provide opportunities for students to develop teamwork and leadership skills through competitive Esports.
MI Mystery Connect How to's and resources to help educators set up an interactive live video conference between two classrooms in Michigan. The goal is for students to take turns asking YES questions to determine the location of the classroom they have connected with learning and studying Michigan.
MI Streamnet Teachers and students can access enriched and enhanced educational content through MI Streamnet. This is a great way to avoid ads and distractions that occur on other free sites. Districts can also upload their own, locally produced content to share internally or statewide. (Appropriate for all grades.)
Mi Tech Kids Contains short lessons, ideas and resources for integrating technology in grades K-5 content areas such as math, science, social studies and ELA to prepare students for success in their digital learning.
MITECs and CS Standards Crosswalks User-friendly resources and activities for all teachers, from those just getting started with coding and computer science to those experienced with technology integration looking for new ideas.
P.L.A.Y.D.A.T.E MI At PLAYDATEs educators from around the area join together for a few hours to work together to learn about ed tech apps, programs and tools with one another. There are no presenters, no experts and no agenda; simply time to play, tinker and explore.
Podcasting for Educators Resources and guides designed for anyone - from those who have podcasting experience to those who are new to the game. Podcasting allows educators to engage with others. REMC is pleased to provide tips and tricks from current podcasting practitioners, in addition to exploring how to create, grow, and enhance a podcast centered around best practices.
Power Up Teaching and Learning These materials provide guiding questions, ready-to-use learning activities, ideas, and resources geared towards helping educational professionals “power up” their common teaching practices using educational technology.
Promoting STEM Through Literature Actively get students excited about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with a story and activities that involve them in the design thinking process. Students excel by inventing through design, planning and creating. Books are available through each local REMC. (Appropriate for all grades)
Student-Centered Learning Across Michigan Series to build a blended learning framework that makes it easier for educators to meet the needs of all students - even when they are absent. Participants will learn skills to gain a clearer picture of student learning and a blended learning model that allows teachers to work with small groups while learning continues in the classroom. This series will train teachers, in any subject area, grade level or school, to implement three core, research-based practices that have been proven to impact student and teacher outcomes.
Technical Support Essential Skills Resources for self-learning or utilizing in groups to provide an overview of essential technical skills that support an industry-standard service model along with the intrapersonal skills required to be successful in a customer-service-oriented field.
Toolkit for Digital Citizenship Resources and provides guidance for teaching and coaching students in any content area or grade level how to develop an understanding of digital citizenship as well as ways to become savvy technology users.
Toolkit for Media Literacy Resources to support educators as they introduce students in all content areas and grade levels to the process of finding, organizing, using, producing, evaluating and distributing information in a variety of media formats.