See personalized learning in action at the Kenowa Hills Public School District
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This energizing and impactful event is focused on best practices in blended learning. Attendees will explore blended learning resources, discover the latest trends, practice new skills, network with like-minded educators, and have some fun.
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Through improved pedagogy and technology, teachers are better able to personalize learning for their students. The Personalized Learning Conference on May 3, 2017 hopes to further develop the capabilities of educators to utilize these new strategies and tools so that they can meet the needs of every student.
While it is important for Michigan’s current workforce to develop their skills for providing personalized educational opportunities for students, there is also a need for the next generation of teachers to develop these skills. This is why we are excited to announce that aspiring educators receive 50% off their registration for the Personalized Learning Conference. This discounted price is available for undergraduate students and student teachers.
To take advantage of this offer, simply register for the Personalized Learning Conference using your student email address and the discount code PLCGRAD.
Learn more and register for the Personalized Learning Conference by going to plcon.org
The Personalized Learning Conference will be held at Kent ISD on May 3, 2017. All educators who want to learn more about personalized teaching and learning are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Maybe you read our recent blog post, 5 Misconceptions of Personalized Learning. As in the blog post, the goal of this conference is to build awareness and understanding of how to personalize teaching and learning for the purpose of increasing student learning outcomes. This includes a focus on implementation through mastery learning and system-alignment.
Each year, the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) awards grants of up to $1,500 for technology integration projects in classrooms.
This is a fantastic opportunity to fund things that you learned at the MACUL conference, or have been wanting to do for your students, but lacked the resources.
Michigan Virtual University (MVU) is currently engaged in an effort to build a statewide network of mentors of online learners who are striving to continually expand online learner success. We are working hard to grow awareness of this effort and to expand access to the supports available.
If you are interested in engaging, or know someone who could benefit, please consider, explore, and share the opportunities and resources below, which are designed to be relevant for anyone invested in supporting the growth and development of online learning programs in Michigan’s K-12 system, regardless of online provider:.
Think back to your days of student teaching. You were young, nervous, and had no idea what to do. To make matters worse, you were asked to record video of yourself teaching. These experiences were helpful, however, the embarrassment and time involved with these videos prevented you from ever recording yourself again.
Recording video has become easier than ever. Anyone with a cell phone can capture video and post it online for anyone else to see. In fact, you can even livestream video using apps like Facebook, Twitter, and Periscope. However, even with the invention of the selfie, recording teaching and learning in the classroom is still a difficult task that requires someone or something else to hold the camera.
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