MI Moodle Moot 2016 - 1). Rising Above Moodle Mediocrity – Opening Keynote Michelle Moore, eLearning Consultancy

February 08, 2016

How would you describe your Moodle courses? Outstanding? Extraordinary? Decidedly not mediocre? The fact of the matter is that doing what’s average is, well, average and that’s as true for your Moodle site as it is your online and blended learning programs. To be exceptional means exposing everything that’s just ‘acceptable’ and aspiring to something more! The options leading to exceptional experiences are there - in the site settings and in your courses - and I’m here to show you where. I’ll also guide you toward those all-important next steps - big and small - and prepare you to inspire and amaze your fellow Moodlers back home!

A Webinar on Mentoring

December 18, 2015

This is the December 16 Webinar on Mentoring presented by the Michigan Virtual University, hosted by the REMC Association's MiLearnsOnline.org Portal

Education Achievement Authority - EAA Board of Directors & Executive Committee Meeting, 12/15/2015

December 15, 2015

The Education Achievement Authority is the statewide school system that has assumed operation of the lowest 5 percent of performing schools in the state of Michigan, to transform them into stable, financially responsible public schools that provide the conditions, tools, resources, support and safe learning environment under which teachers can help students make significant academic gains. The agenda includes opportunities for public comment.Education Achievement AuthorityBoard of DirectorsCarol GossJoyce Hayes GilesMike MorrisRoy RobertsCraig RuffShirley StancatoMary Treder-LangDr. Timothy WoodVeronica Conforme, ChancellorFor more information, please contact Legal Department.

DSO Educational Concert Series - Building The Orchestra - 10:30am session

October 28, 2015

For more than 80 years, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's Educational Concert Series (ECS) has introduced children across Southeast Michigan to classical music. Each concert within the series has been thematically designed with accompanying teacher resource tools available for those who purchase tickets for performances or register to watch webcasts. Building the OrchestraWednesday, October 28, 201510:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. 11:45 a.m. – 12:35 a.m. Building the OrchestraWednesday, October 28, 201510:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. 11:45 a.m. – 12:35 a.m. "Building the Orchestra" will include selections from:TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 4DAUGHERTY Motown MetalWAGNER Prelude, Act III from LohengrinBIZET Les Toreadors fromCarmen Suite No. 1BRITTEN Fugue from the Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra  Michelle MerrillconductorRapidly rising conductor Michelle Merrill is the newly named Assistant Conductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.  A passionate and dynamic artist, Merrill was awarded the prestigious Ansbacher Conducting Fellowship in 2013 by members of the Vienna Philharmonic and the American Austrian Foundation, which enabled her to be in residence at the world-renowned Salzburg Festival. DJ Oliver hostA Detroit native, D.J. Oliver attended Wayne State University and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. D.J. has worked as a lead performer for Carnival and Norwegian Cruise Lines. In addition to his theatre and live performances, D.J. has appeared on many commercials and industrial films as well TV shows. His most recent credit was on the ABC show Detroit 187. He currently hosts the Detroit Public Television series "Detroit Performs."    D.J. is thankful and humbled to be making his DSO debut!

Michigan Merit Exam (MME) Spring 2016 Briefing - Chap 1 - What is MME and M-Step Overview

October 26, 2015

Overview of the Michigan Merit Examination and the M-Step.  Kate Cermak and Robin Wright - Michigan Department of Education Accountability Services.    Additional Questions may be directed to:baa@michigan.gov

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