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REMC Virtual Courses

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    REMC Virtual Courses

    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.

    Below 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.


Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
  
06/04/2018 12:00 AM-11:59 PM
Title Google for Learning: Enhance Your Web Presence and ePortfolio, Level 2
Seats Remaining 86
Session Contact Summer Franck@5173279263
Email : sfranck@gomasa.org
Instructor(s) Beth Rayl
Units/Costs
 
Credits
6 SCECHs
Description: 6 hours of SCECH Credit

Google for Learning: Enhance Your Web Presence and ePortfolio, Level 2

Educators across the globe are using powerful Google tools like Blogger and Sites to leverage their classroom web presence and virtually expand their classroom walls. Course participants will

  • Discuss how to use images, Google Calendar, Google Docs, AudioBoo and Google Forms to communicate with parents, share student work, add homework reminders and provide learning supports for students.

  • Explore how to use Google Tools like Google Sites, siteMaestro, Google Docs, and Google Forms to help students create powerful digital portfolios to share with a wide, authentic audience  and serve as authentic formative and summative assessment.  

  • Leave with a plan for creating a website that improves workflow, supports communication, celebrates student work and serves as a launchpad for student digital portfolios.

Course Outcomes:

1. Understand how a classroom web presence promotes communication with stakeholders and celebrates student work.
2.
Develop a practical understanding of using digital portfolios as an authentic assessment.
3. Explore and create a plan for designing a web presence that supports student work, communicates with stakeholders and improves workflow.




Location
 
Virtual / Online


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