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REMC Courses (Schoology)

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    REMC Courses (Schoology)

    The REMC Courses are free and open to Michigan school personnel. You can take courses “just to learn” or complete the course and assignments and earn SCECH credits.  All courses are facilitated by Michigan educators. 

     

    Time Commitment: Each course session lasts for three (3) weeks and requires 10 hours of time to complete the work.  This work includes participating in two, one (1) hour webinars OR listening to the pre-recorded webinar plus eight (8) hours for the reading, participation in discussion boards and written reflection. 

     

    SCECHs: 10 SCECHs are available at no cost.

    Welcome Email:
     Your instructor sends a welcome email with course login and other information the Monday prior to the course start date. A reminder welcome email is sent the Saturday before the course start date.  Logging in and reviewing the course structure and calendar prior to the start date works best!


    Technology Requirements:
     A computer device with an up-to-date browser plus access to the internet.


Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
    
08/08/2022 12:00 AM-12:02 AM Virtual course work can begin anytime on this day. Virtual / Online
Title 21Things4Students - Ready, Get set, Go
Session 20200069
Session Contact Sue Schwartz517-285-2151
Email :sueschwartz@remc.org
Instructor(s) Carolyn McCarthy
Units/Costs
 
Credits
10 SCECHs
Description: 10 hours of SCECH Credit
Come explore an outstanding resource that helps students build technology proficiency for real-world success in the middle school classroom. Participants will develop a plan for implementing the Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies (MITECS) in their own classrooms using the project-based 21t4s resources. The 21 Things are composed of lesson plans, student quests, roadmaps, assessments, animated videos, and much more. The 21things4students (21t4s) resources are free, high quality, and openly licensed educational resources that are aligned to Michigan standards for Grades 5-9. Teachers say that these engaging resources are helping students build technology proficiency for real-world success! This course will help participants explore and learn about the resources and how to implement them.
Payment Instructions Virtual course work can begin anytime on this day.

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Erin Rommeck
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