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    REMC Courses provide an exploration of technology tools used within instructional practices to strengthen learning. Each REMC course provides educators with optional SCECHs; educators may also pursue multiple courses in a focused pathway towards earning a REMC Microcedential. These free courses are moderated by an instructor.


Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
   
11/07/2022 12:00 AM-12:02 AM Virtual/Online
Title Using SeeSaw to Inspire Learning
Session 20203578
Session Contact Sue Schwartz517-285-2151
Email :sueschwartz@remc.org
Instructor(s) Melissa White
Units/Costs
 
Credits
10 SCECHs
SeeSaw creates a powerful learning loop between students, teachers, and families and can support remote learning, too. Students use built-in annotation tools (like draw+record, collage, video, and more) to capture what they know in the way that works best for them within Seesaw’s digital portfolio. Teachers gain insights and understand student thinking and progress — enabling them to teach better. Families connect by gaining a window into their student’s learning and engage with school happenings.

Important Information

This course is three (3) weeks in length and takes approximately 10 hours of time to complete. There are both asynchronous activities that can be done at your own pace such as readings, written reflection, and synchronous activities such as discussion boards, webinars that are time sensitive. 

A welcome email with login and other information is sent the Friday prior to the start date. Logging in and reviewing the course structure and calendar prior to the start date is recommended. Course work can begin anytime on the start date.


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