The University of Michigan School of Education is conducting a survey through May 30 of K-12 teacher experiences with technology tools and remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The REMC Association invites Michigan educators to participate in free, one-hour virtual sessions led by Apple Professional Learning Specialists. Each session provides opportunities to engage with the specialists, learn with other educators, and share ideas that help bring your lessons to life.
The REMC Association of Michigan has been working to improve learning and empower teachers throughout this unplanned yet groundbreaking time in education. One of the best resources we can offer educators is our collection of Virtual Courses. These courses offer an easy, convenient way for teachers to connect and collaborate while staying home and saving lives.
Congratulations to Courtney Conley, the 2020 recipient of the Frank Miracola 21 Things Educational Excellence Award.
Assuring the health and safety of our colleagues is our most urgent priority, as the REMC Association of Michigan continues our mission to Improve Learning and Empower Teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check our website for updates on previously planned workshops and other in-person learning events. If you are already registered for one of our in-person events, you will be individually notified if the event is canceled.