Free EduPaths courses.

Interested in earning 20+ FREE SCECHs? Join our MOOC!

What is a MOOC? A MOOC is a Massively Open Online Course. This course connects you with educators around the state as you discuss Technology Integration Models, participate in EduPaths courses, and put your new skills to work in your classroom or with staff.20+ SCECHs available for FREE! That equals 1 graduate credit!! Click the link below to learn more.

Register for the MOOC 2018-19.

Courses in the Arts, Health/PE & World Language/ELs

Every summer, EduPaths works with educators around the state to develop courses in certain target areas. Summer 2018 our target areas were the Arts, Health/PE & World Languages/ELs.If you have colleagues who are looking for support in these content areas, share these resources with them.

The Arts

The list below are approved courses and have been, or are waiting to be, published. The linked titles are published courses. The remaining list will be published through early Spring 2019. Use the live links below to get started!

Still to be published in 2018-19 – tentative dates listed:

  • Technology in the Music Classroom – Part 1 (mid December 2018)
  • Technology in the Music Classroom – Part 2 (mid December 2018)
  • The MAEIA Arts Assessment Tools for Arts Educators – Part 1 (mid December 2018)
  • The MAEIA Arts Assessment Tools for Arts Educators – Part 2 (mid December 2018)
  • The MAEIA Arts Assessment Tools for Arts Educators – Part 3 (end of January 2019)
  • The MAEIA Arts Assessment Tools for Arts Educators – Part 4 (end of January 2019)
  • Using Visual Arts to Showcase Student Research is Important for Student Growth (end of January 2019)
  • Using Stop Motion and Green Screens to Showcase Student Research (end of January 2019)
  • Authentic Assessment in the Arts – Part 1 (end of March 2019)
  • Authentic Assessment in the Arts – Part 2 (end of March 2019)

Health & P.E. Courses

The list below are approved courses and have been, or are waiting to be, published. The linked titles are published courses. The remaining list will be published through early Spring 2019. Use the live links below to get started!

Still to be published in 2018-19 – tentative dates listed:

  • Introduction to Lifelong Physical Activities (mid December 2018)
  • Teaching Lifelong Physical Activities (mid December 2018)
  • The Physically Literate Elementary Classroom – Part 1 (mid December 2018)
  • The Physically Literate Elementary Classroom – Part 2 (mid December 2018)
  • Fuel Your Tank with Premium: Making healthy choices to keep your body running at it’s best – Part 1 (end of January 2019)
  • Fuel Your Tank with Premium: Making healthy choices to keep your body running at it’s best – Part 2 (end of January 2019)
  • Everyday Games in Physical Education – Part 1 (end of January 2019)
  • Everyday Games in Physical Education – Part 2 (end of January 2019)
  • Teaching Intersectionality in Health Education – Part 1 (end of February 2019)
  • Teaching Intersectionality in Health Education – Part 2 (end of February 2019)
  • Effective Lesson Structure in P.E. – Part 1 (end of March 2019)
  • Effective Lesson Structure in P.E. – Part 2 (end of March 2019)

World Language & English Learners

The list below are approved courses and have been, or are waiting to be, published. The linked titles are published courses. The remaining list will be published through early Spring 2019. Use the live links below to get started!

Still to be published in 2018-19 – tentative dates listed:

  • Teaching English as a Second Language – Part 1 (end of January 2018)
  • Teaching English as a Second Language – Part 2 (end of January 2018)
  • Effective Technology in the World Language Classroom – Part 1 (end of February 2019)
  • Effective Technology in the World Language Classroom – Part 2 (end of February 2019)
  • Technology in the World Language Classroom: Working Toward Proficiency – Part 1 (end of March 2019)
  • Technology in the World Language Classroom: Working Toward Proficiency – Part 2 (end of March 2019)

 

FREE SCECH’s

REGISTER for REMC Virtual Courses today!

Registration is now open for sessions offered July through October 2018

Click Here for July – October Course Registration!

– REMC Virtual Courses are FREE and open to all Michigan school personnel

– You can take courses “just to learn” or you can complete all assignments (SCECH credits are available for successful course completion)

Below are the sessions offered July 9 – 27, 2018

All Courses for July 2018

Using Google for Learning: DOK and SAMR     Authentic Learning and Gamification

OER - The What, Why and How     Social Media - Innovation through Authenticity

Free PD (with SCECH’s)

The REMC Virtual Courses are free and open to Michigan school personnel. You can take courses “just to learn” or you can complete all assignments. SCECH credits are available for successful course completion.

There is a multi-month schedule of course offerings. You may register for these courses at any time but note that courses have different start/end dates.

Courses take place over three weeks.  Each consists of two one-hour webinars and four hours of resource review, assessment development and written reflection and six SCECH credits are available. Exception: the What, Why, and How of Open Educational Resources (OER) course takes nine hours and nine SCECH credits are available.

Check the REMC Virtual Course FAQ for answers to often asked questions.

These courses are available through an agreement between Presidio/Dell and the REMC Association through its REMC SAVE device purchasing program.

January 2018 Sessions:

  • The What, Why, and How of Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • Applying Google Apps for Education in Chrome, Level 1
  • Literacy Instruction and Technology: Foundational Elements, Level 1
  • Professional Development through Social Media, Level 1

 

Instructor Led Sessions

(To Register, or for more information,click on a start date.)

Start Date  Time Days Location Session Title  Status
01/08/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Applying Google Apps for Education in Chrome, Level 1  
03/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Authentic Learning and Gamification  
02/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Deeper Practices in Literacy Instruction and Technology, Level 2  
02/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Google for Learning: Enhance Your Web Presence and ePortfolio, Level 2  
03/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Google for Learning: Using SAMR and DOK to Design Authentic Learning Opportunities, Level 3  
02/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Inquiry and Questioning: Igniting Student Curiosity with Technology, Level 1  
01/08/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Literacy Instruction and Technology: Foundational Elements, Level 1  
01/08/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Professional Development through Social Media, Level 1  
02/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Social Media: Improving Student Critical Thinking and Collaboration, Level 2  
03/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online Social Media: Innovation through Authenticity, Level 3  
03/05/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online The What, Why, and How of Open Educational Resources (OER)  
01/08/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM 1 Virtual / Online The What, Why, and How of Open Educational Resources (OER)  

Registration for PD

As you know, we have upgraded our PD registration system. Since we changed from one system to another, we had many decisions to make. One of those decisions was what to do with the registrations that were completed in the “old” system.

We could leave the previous registrations in the old system. This would mean that teachers would need to log into two different systems to track all of their registrations and PD attended.

Or, we could transfer all of the registrations to the new system. We have chosen to undertake the transferring all of the registrations.

Since we are transferring the data, you will receive an email notification that are registered for an event.

Please check the dates of the event. If the event has passed, you can safely archive or delete the email.

 

Free PD – October 2017

Overview:

All courses are free and eligible for 6-9 SCECH credits. 

  • Each course is 3 weeks long, with two live webinars (in the evening).
  • First week of the month is rolling enrollment and pre-readings; webinars begin second week.
  • All courses below will be eligible for 6 SCECH credits (9 for Open Educational Resources course), pending course completion.

 

Courses Available:

 

Upcoming September

Professional Learning Courses

(open to ALL districts)

All courses are free and eligible for 6-9 SCECH credits.

 

  • Each course is 3 weeks long, with two live webinars (in the evening).
  • First week of the month is rolling enrollment and pre-readings; Webinars begin second week.
  • All courses below will be eligible for 6 SCECH credits (9 for Open Educational Resources course), pending course completion.
  • Registration Site is REMC.org. If you do not already have a REMC registration account, go to: https://www.solutionwhere.com/ww/remcam/

Register Here

 

Click on the course titles below to get course details and to register: 

 

Dearborn Moodle Moot- Take 2

There is still time to register for the second session of the Dearborn Moodle Moot for 2017. If you want to become better at using iLearn (and enjoy some awesome ICE CREAM), register today. You will have a coupon code available (sent out earlier in an email) or contact me.

Need more information? Want to invite your family and friends? Use the link below:

Dearborn Moodle Moot 

August 15th & 16th.

(8:30 am – 4:00 pm)

The Dearborn Moodle Moot is an exciting and engaging conference for educators interested in elearning.  Learn the skills necessary to turn YOUR classroom into a Blended Learning Classroom. We are focused on practical K-12 training that can be applied directly to your online classroom.

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