Virtual Learning Sessions for Tuesday, August 10

9:00-10:00am

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Because we have the cool stuff! Learn what the Regional Educational Media Center (REMC) has for you. The REMC Association of Michigan believes that it must provide proactive leadership to the Michigan educational community by participating with other organizations that support quality teaching and learning, and provides equity to Michigan's pre-K-12 students. Think of the REMC to be the place to go to “try before you buy.” In this session, learn about the various projects we have in play and what we can do to support you and your students.

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The traditional classroom has been flipped upside down. With the new emphasis on remote learning and students having more access to devices and the internet outside of school, teachers must be ready to teach in both environments, and with available technology, the opportunity to flip the classroom has never been easier. We will introduce the concept of flipped classroom and provide some basic tips & tricks to get started using Google Workspace for Education apps, such as YouTube, Google Slides, and Google Forms.

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Use literature to get your students excited about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) by actively involving them in the design thinking process. Develop their inquiry and problem-solving skills, while helping them see that with perseverance, anyone can be innovative and invent new things! We will walk you through a lesson that begins with a reading activity and moves into the design thinking process.

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Engage and connect! Let’s take time to reflect on last year. Participants will share our successes, and commit to building on them into the post-pandemic world.

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Teaching has always been hard work and that’s never been more true than this past school year. But maybe it’s also time to reevaluate who’s owning the learning and doing the work in your classroom? Student-centered learning can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. In this session, we’ll walk through technology tips and instructional shifts to help your students own more of the learning while freeing you up to do those things that you never seem to have enough time for.

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Come learn more about Otus and building advanced assessments and standards reporting!