Keeping Up with EdTech and EdPsych

April Newsletter – 2017

Welcome, Maria!

We are delighted to announce Maria Serrato as the newest member of our MAET team. Maria officially joined us in April as our new Program Assistant. Maria comes to us from University Advancement, where she served as the Lead Coordinator for the MSU Greenline telemarketing program. She has worked with the University since 2013 in a […]

Designing the Ultimate PD Experience

What could professional development look like if teachers were involved in the design? Using design thinking, we can further engage teachers and administrators in conversations around adult learning and the needs of educators in specific contexts. Through design thinking, we are able to create an experience that is truly collaborative and encourages people to share […]

ME and #MAET

MAET students, alumni, and instructors are making things happen all around the world! We are using ME and #MAET to highlight the awesome work that you’re doing in your learning community. Maybe you’re trying a new technology out in your classroom, developing a pilot program, leading professional development, or traveling to a conference? Please take […]

Computer Science in the Content Areas

Computer Science involves “the study of computers and algorithmic processes, including their principles, their hardware and software designs, their applications, and their impact on society” (Tucker, 2006). The types of skills that underpin the work that computer scientists do are referred to as Computational Thinking. There’s a common misconception that computational thinking is limited to coding […]

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#MACUL16 Computational Thinking Carnival Resources

CT in the Classroom Are you interested in learning more about Computational Thinking (CT)? Are you looking to implement CT in your classroom? Here are some resources and links that you will find useful: What is Computational Thinking? Let’s first get rid of the idea that computational thinking is programming . “It is not even thinking […]

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