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When: June 19, 2014 – May 31, 2015
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The goal of this professional development is to build the capacity of Michigan educators to effectively plan and implement online assessments and "Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace" learning through increasing technology proficiency. This course will provide collaboration opportunities for a statewide professional development network of K-12 educators with a training ground and resource base to improve technology proficiency and local district readiness for online assessments.... Details
When: July 29, 2014 – September 4, 2015
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When: August 6, 2015 – March 14, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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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.

For more information on how this course operates, please click here: Dell PD FAQ

When: August 11–30, 2015

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Certified Michigan educators are free to enroll in this virtual course.

In this course, we will lay the groundwork for effective strategies that support professional growth and applications to student learning.

Driving Question: How will I incorporate personalized and blended learning tools and strategies to meet student-learning needs?

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

The maximum number of... Details
When: August 11–30, 2015

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When: August 13, 2015 – March 4, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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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. Online Courses FAQ

When: September 1–20, 2015
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A minimim of ten educators must be registered or the session will be cancelled.

Michigan educators with a strong existing background in technology integration and Next Generation assessments will participate in a 'masters class' through this six-hour virtual course. Participating educators will synthesize high-quality exemplars with their own portfolio of formative and summative assessments to create, implement and reflect on a Next Generation assessment that is grade level... Details
When: September 1–20, 2015

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Participants will enhance their existing knowledge & instructional skill with emerging theory on literacy instruction & powerful technology applications toward the development of long-term literacy support structures for their students.

Outcomes:
-Defining comprehension in literacy
-Understanding of collaborative conversations in literacy
-Utilizing technology to foster collaborative comprehension
-Developing a literacy unit that integrates technology focused on... Details
When: September 1–20, 2015

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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.

For more information on how this course operates, please click here: Dell PD FAQ

When: September 1–20, 2015

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The Michigan Department of Education and the Division of Accountability Services is pleased to offer registration for the 2015 DAS Fall Conferences for Assessment and Accountability. Come and join us for a day of presentations from DAS staff covering essential topics such as 2015 Accountability updates; Online Reporting; 2016 Assessments; Preparing for the SAT, and much more.

Early Registration is $95 until August 19th. Regular Registration is $115 and onsite Registration is... Details
When: September 1, 2015
Where: Ypsilanti, MI

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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. Online Courses... Details
When: September 1–20, 2015

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A minimum of ten educators must be enrolled in the course, or the session will be cancelled.

Educators will understand and facilitate Michigan's vision for Next Generation assessments by learning and applying appropriate strategies, structures, and support practices through this six-hour virtual course. Participating educators will explore and apply aspects of technology integration, blended learning and data collection toward the creation of a classroom-ready assessment that... Details
When: September 1–20, 2015

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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 517-327-9263. For more information on how this course operates, please click here: Details
When: September 1–20, 2015

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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. Online Courses FAQ

When: September 8–27, 2015