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    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.

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Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
  
01/08/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM
Title Literacy Instruction and Technology: Foundational Elements, Level 1
Seats Remaining 0
Session Contact Summer Franck@5173279263
Email : sfranck@gomasa.org
Instructor(s) Myla Lee
Units/Costs
 
Credits
6 SCECHs
Description: 6 hours of SCECH Credit

Literacy Instruction and Technology: Foundational Elements, Level 1

For the first half of the course, participants learn about the foundational elements of literacy development from kindergarten to high school and the importance of teaching critical thinking skills. The literacy component will affirm elementary teachers understanding of the developmental stages of reading and writing.  For secondary educators, it will help expand a deeper understanding of how students might struggle with reading content.  In the latter part of the course, an array of technology tools and resources will be introduced.  Differentiated examples of how to integrate technology for elementary and secondary  are shared.  Participants reflect how they provide critical thinking opportunities in literacy and design a lesson integrating technology and encouraging deeper thinking for their students.


Course Outcomes:

1. Review stages of decoding (reading) and stages of writing development.
2. Explore of elements of critical thinking in literacy lessons integrated with meaningful and appropriate technology.

3. Explore of the ISTE standards and Michigan Education Technology standards.

4. Apply knowledge toward the creation and delivery of a literacy lesson with technology integration.


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Virtual / Online

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