Keeping Up with EdTech and EdPsych

Join MAET at MACUL 2016 this week

How do you tackle complex problems while having FUN? At our Computational Thinking Carnival, of course! Join us at MACUL 2016 on March 10-11 in Exhibit Hall booth #226: • Explore the core concepts of computational thinking while playing Fix the Ferris Wheel, Ring Toss Remix, Pick a Pop, and Guess the Number. • Create […]

Grants and Other Funding

MACUL Grant Program

The application window is now open for MACUL members to apply for a MACUL Grant (up to $1500) to support effective use of technology in the classroom.

Certificate News

My name is Jodi Spicer, and I am the (relatively) new Program Coordinator for the Ed Tech Certificate Program. It has been one month since I started full-time, and each day is a new adventure! Carrie Albin left some very big shoes to fill, and I’m trying my best to follow in her footsteps. So far it’s been an exciting journey, and I look forward to meeting many of our instructors and students in the coming months.

MAET News

Another spring semester is in full swing! As our program grows we are continually refreshing our program options. We recently published the 2011 MAET Program Guide to help you understand all of choices available to you as a member of team MAET.

College News

2010 Educational Technology Conference

Saturday, November 13, 2010 9:00 AM – 3:15 PM

Location: Erickson Hall, Michigan State University

Cost: $15 for MSU students, interns and alumni association members, $20 for all others

Sponsors: College of Education Alumni Association and MACUL

Audiences: General Public, College of Education Faculty, Staff, and Students

Description: Sponsored by the College of Education Alumni Association and MACUL, the 27th Annual Educational Technology Conference will enable you to explore the various dimensions of technology. This includes excellent examples of teaching with technology in K-12 schools, from experts and practicing teachers who actively integrate technology into their curriculum and assessment.

FYC For Your Classroom

Student Technology Showcase @ the Michigan Capitol Building, November 10

Please plan to participate in the 10th annual Student Technology Showcase at the Michigan Capitol Building in Lansing on November 10. The event is is open to teams of students from grades K through 12. There is no cost to register, and more information can be found at www.macul.org. Last year nearly 50 teams demonstrated to state legislators how technology is used in Michigan classrooms to enhance student academic achievement.

Grants and Other Funding

Overview of the MACUL Grant Program

Each project should focus on an instructional use of the computer or related equipment, which has the potential of being replicated in other educational settings.

Certificate News

The MAET Team will be exhibiting and speaking at several upcoming conferences. For future students come stop by our booth to learn more about the program. We’d love to talk with you and answer any questions you may have. For our current students stop by and say “hello”. We’d love to hear from you.

FYC For Your Classroom

Collaborative Tools for Learning Conference

Friday, November 13

Macomb ISD, Clinton Township, MI

The 3rd annual Collaborative Tools for Learning Conference, sponsored by the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) and hosted by the Macomb ISD, will show educators how to make use of the next generation of technologies to support student learning and achievement. A host of new tools and practices of Web 2.0 and beyond are focusing on how learners of all ages and abilities can collaborate to explore new ideas and understandings.

Grants and Other Funding

Apply now for a MACUL Grant Apply now for a MACUL Grant. The application window is now open for MACUL members to apply for a MACUL Grant (up to $1500) to support effective use of technology in the classroom. Details are listed below as well as the links to the Overview, Rubric and Timeline. Deadline […]

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