REMC NEWS

May 2022
Welcome Mike Richardson as the new REMC SAVE Director

The REMC Association is excited to welcome Mike Richardson as the new REMC SAVE Director. Mike has recently retired from his position as the REMC 1 Director from Copper Country ISD.

May 2022
Digital Breakouts teach important tech skills through digital "escape" rooms

Digital Breakouts are a great way to engage students in important tech skills through an action-packed digital scavenger hunt. Students are so engrossed in solving puzzles and competing with classmates, they actually don’t even realize they are being taught important content!

May 2022
REMC offers Esports Institute to help schools with long-range implementation planning

We are excited to offer a new opportunity for schools looking to grow their Esports program. The REMC Esports Institute will guide schools and districts through developing a personalized, long range (three years) implementation plan to build or expand access to esports.

May 2022
Register for June REMC Courses

June courses are a great way to build new skills for Fall planning.  It's never too early to build skills for the year ahead! Registration is now open for REMC June courses and there are tips and tricks for everyone.

April 2022
Check out the redesigned REMC Classroom Resource page

The REMC Association of Michigan is dedicated to improving learning by empowering educators through top-notch professional learning and ready-to-use classroom resources. We strive to make our tools easy to access and implement. Check out our newly designed Classroom Resources webpage with FREE resources and classroom tools.

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