Although it begins this Wednesday, November 30, there are still seats available to participate in the Formative Assessment Professional Learning opportunity. Yes, I know if you were interested you would have signed up when it was first advertised several weeks ago; however, this post is for educators whose circumstance have changed and are still interested and … Continue reading Last Chance: Formative Assessment Professional Learning
Readworks.org has posted a nice selection of election related K-12 articles and curriculum. Check them out here.
If you are a Middle School Social Studies Educator and are not involved in the GIANTS professional development series, then you are missing out! "Because of the recent updates to the Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations, the focus on world geography at the 6th grade level and ancient world history at the 7th grade level … Continue reading New MS Resources
Via Project Director Dave Johnson Greetings MI Open Book ListServ, We've had reports that everything works perfectly on Chrome Books from some of you. We've had reports from others that long load times and file sharing issues are plaguing your machines. With the help of a few schools we spent a good chunk of the … Continue reading Michigan Open Book Project Update
Via Library of Michigan Join us on October 18th for this 45 minute webinar to discover content paired with learning strategies to prepare students’ understanding of the upcoming election. We’ll discover content on the history of presidential elections in the United States, the electoral process, political parties, and key issues surrounding this November’s election. Pick the … Continue reading Election Coverage with Britannica and MeL – Webinar