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When: October 13, 2015 – June 17, 2016
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Participants will discover mind-bending applications for Game Theory in the classrooms through both the case study approach as well as the development of a lesson, unit or assessment that they may apply within and beyond their classrooms.



When: February 2–28, 2016

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Participants will explore different types of organizational change, formulate a vision for transformation, then work backwards to execute actions that produce measurable & sustainable change.

Outcomes:
-Identify 3 types of organizational change (incremental, transitional, transformational) & match strategies to desired change outcomes
-Craft a vision for transformation relevant to one type of organizational change
-Conduct a gap analysis & determine strategies to support... Details
When: February 2–28, 2016

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In this online course participants will discover and explore a range of common and up-to-date social media platforms as well as establish channels that allow for powerful professional development and innovative leadership.

A minimum of ten (10) educators must be enrolled in the course, or the cancelation policy may apply.

Please contact Summer Franck if you have any questions at... Details
When: February 2–28, 2016

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Educators across the globe are capitalizing on Google's multimedia tools to make their lessons more dynamic, engaging and supportive. Using the top levels of the SAMR model, participants will explore the use of mixing media for creating effective blended lessons. Designing lessons that encourage students to use multimedia Google tools to create authentic products that promote creativity and voice will be will be a critical part of the learning journey for course participants.... Details
When: February 2–28, 2016
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Social Media tools offer unlimited opportunities for in-depth authentic learning experiences with powerful real-world connections of curriculum to practical applications. These same tools present a critical responsibility that educators have in developing responsible digital citizens of the students.

Participants will explore the use of Social Media based on the highest level for the SAMR model and how best to do such work so that students have authentic experiences with... Details
When: February 2–28, 2016

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There is a strong push for developing in students critical thinking through deep inquiry, as well as other College & Career Readiness skills. Design Thinking is an effective methodology that supports innovative approaches to learning as STEM, STEAM, Inquiry-Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, and other structures that emphasize standards-based authenticity and student voice. At the heart of the matter, Design Thinking is a highly optimistic mindset that brings a human element of... Details
When: February 2–28, 2016
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A minimum of ten educators must be enrolled in the course, or the session will be cancelled.

Michigan educators will expand their existing knowledge base on Next Generation assessments by applying additional strategies, structures, and support practices through this six-hour virtual course. Participating educators will synthesize aspects of technology integration, blended learning and data collection toward the creation of a classroom-ready assessment that is grade level and... Details
When: February 2–28, 2016

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This is an online program that participants will install, explore and apply up to fifteen new Google Apps and/or Chrome extensions that enable them to leverage the integration of Chromebooks in their classrooms.

A minimum of ten (10) educators must be enrolled in the course, or the cancellation policy may apply.

If you have any questions, please contact Summer Franck at 517-327-9263.

When: February 2–28, 2016

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Participants will apply their existing experience with personalized and blended toward the creation of an extended lesson, unit and / or assessment on a functional personalized learning platform.



When: February 2–28, 2016

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Participants will explore how Literacy Instruction and Technology foster critical thinking experiences for students. This course will lay the groundwork for effective instructional strategies that support the foundations of literacy and technology integration.



When: February 2–28, 2016

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Social Media tools are a powerful way to support educators to improve instructional practices. Teaching tends to be a "lonely" profession because there tends to be limited time for professional collaboration during the school day. Social Media tools are opportunities to connect educators to the resources they need, including collaborating with their colleagues. These same practices are critical Global Competencies that students need to develop for College and Career Readiness.

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When: February 2–28, 2016

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Participants will learn and apply best practices in project-, problem- and inquiry-based learning toward the development of a lesson, unit and / or assessment that they will deliver within and beyond their classrooms.

When: February 2–28, 2016
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Presenters: Tracy George and Darryl Sydloski, Maple Valley Schools

Learn about the many types of technology-related expenses your school district should budget for, and some helpful guidelines on "What Stuff Costs." Understand the key components that need to be taken into consideration, during the four critical phases of the budgeting process. These include information gathering, building, maintaining, and evaluation. Some of the topic areas that will be addressed are, "Where... Details
When: February 9, 2016

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Presenters: Scott Little, MSBO

The focus of this class is primarily to provide facilities directors with ideas and terminology that can help them analyze and communicate issues in their operations from a cost perspective. We will cover life cycle costing concepts, but we'll also look at facilities benchmarks, energy management, marketing and reporting on the facilities department.

When: February 11, 2016