AP Computer Science Principals & Discoveries APⓇ Computer Science Principles - Grades 10-12 Computer Science Discoveries - Grades 6-9 The Michigan Math Science Centers Network and Code.org are bringing professional learning to educators to implement APⓇ Computer Science Principles and Computer Science Discoveries. July 8-13 in Grand Rapids.
Computer Science Fundamentals training for K-5 teachers Free one-day PD for teachers, no prior Computer Science experience needed! Saturday, May 5th at COOR ISD. Includes curriculum resources. Stipends or Substitute reimbursement provided. Register at: http://micoding.weebly.com/pl-cs-fundamentals.html
NWEA MI Spring 2018 User Groups Join your NWEA Michigan account team to explore the newest features and strategies for using NWEA® MAP® Growth™ to measure growth, personalize learning, and facilitate change. Learn “What's new with MAP in the mitten?”, how to achieve great (MAP) growth in the Great Lakes, and more! This is a free, half-day event for district leaders to collaborate and learn how to optimize your use of MAP Growth.
Early Childhood Conference 8th annual conference scheduled for Saturday, April 14th from 8:30 to 3:30 at Roscommon High School
IMH Self Regulation Early Years April 2018 April 27 9-3:30 This training session will begin with a live presentation via ZOOM by Dr. Stuart Shanker. He will discuss crucial brain development in a child's early years, and the five domains of the Shanker Self-Reg® model. Dr. Shanker will examine the early years through the lens of self-regulation, stress and early relationships. Participants will explore how Self-Reg can help children deal successfully with challenges and begin to learn how to manage stress on their own.
Modeling Instruction Workshops, Summer 2018 Modeling Instruction Workshop flyer with a list of workshops held state wide in the summer of 2018