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Keeping Up with EdTech and EdPsych
The end of the school year is in sight – can you believe it?! The last thing you are probably thinking about is signing up for summer classes to continue your professional development in the area of educational technology. However, the deadline for our summer classes is fast approaching – and courses are filling up fast. If you are considering signing up, do so TODAY! It’s quick and easy – just a one-page application (with no application fee)!
Are you interested in earning credits to renew your teaching license? Or are you interested in obtaining the new Educational Technology (NP) Endorsement or getting a Masters in Educational Technology? Perhaps you’d like to learn more about effectively integrating technology into your classroom. Our 2010-2011 schedule for the Educational Technology Certificate courses has been posted on our website. We offer both face to face and fully online options.
Tech and Learning website has a 2009-2010 Grants Directory and Calendar that you can download. In addition to listing the deadlines for upcoming grants, it also provides you with tips and strategies for applying.
Educational Technology Certificate Program offered at WISD in Ann Arbor
We are excited to announce a new location for our Educational Technology Certificate Program at the Washtenaw ISD in Ann Arbor. We have been working closely with Superintendent Scot Graden of Saline Schools and Superintendent Rob Glass of Dexter Schools to offer our program to their teachers starting in January. In order to accommodate teachers from both of these schools the Washtenaw ISD was selected as the hosting site for the program. Teachers from both districts as well as any surrounding districts are invited to attend the 3-course, 9 graduate credit program starting in January.
The courses are offered on Friday evenings from 4:30-10pm and on Saturdays from 8:30am-4:30pm. Each course is 3 weekends for a total of 9 weekends. You can sign up for one or take all three.
Greetings Educators, A few weeks ago my colleague and partner in crime, Matt Koehler and I, published an article in the journal Learning and Leading with Technology, the membership magazine of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). In this article titled, “Too Cool for School, No Way” (http://tinyurl.com/c6p5ta/), we tried to make the […]
The end of the school year is in sight and the last thing you are probably thinking of is signing up for summer classes to continue your professional development in the area of educational technology. Yet the deadline for our summer classes is this Friday, June 5th so if you are considering signing up you’ll […]
Times and Locations Summer 2008 CEP 811 Birmingham-Seaholm [site info] Jun 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 Durand [site info] Jun 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 CEP 812 Birmingham-Seaholm [site info] Jul 10, 11, Internet Sessions, 24, 25 Durand [site info] Jul 11, 12, Internet Sessions, 25, 26 Fall 2008 CEP 810 Birmingham-Seaholm [site […]