DSO Educational Concert Series - Four Seasons of Music

April 28, 2016

Educational Concert Series Webcasts! The 2015-2016 season celebrates the 2nd season of our groundbreaking worldwide webcast Live From Orchestra Hall: Classroom Edition; enabling children everywhere to share a DSO concert experience with students in Metro Detroit. These performances are FREE and open to students worldwide!For more on DSOLive Classroom Edition, or for more educational resources, visit dso.org/classroom.Share the magic of classical music with your classroom through this interactive performance made especially for grades 4-6.Program highlights include:Ives  Country Band MarchVivaldi  Excerpts from The Four SeasonsBates  Rusty Air in Carolina: Katydid CountryCopland  Appalachian Spring Michelle Merrill - conductor Rapidly 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- host  A 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!

REMC Association of Michigan - REMC Overview

April 04, 2016

What if there was one place for you to find all the teaching help you need? There is! The Regional Educational Media Center of Michigan uses research-based strategies and teacher feedback to bring you workshops, learning modules, classroom videos, courses for online and blended learning and more.

Two of a series of MiLearnsOnline Webinars - Professional Development at the MiLearnsOnline Portal

March 31, 2016

This 4 minute video provides an overview of the professional learning opportunities at the MiLearns Online Portal.

MACUL 2016 - Day 2 Closing Keynote with Rushton Hurley

March 22, 2016

Rushton HurleyRushton Hurley has been a Japanese language teacher, principal of an online high school, teacher trainer, and speaker. He is the executive director of NextVista.org (a free educational video library by and for students and teachers) and ran the MERIT program at the Krause Center for Innovation (tinyurl.com/KCI-MERIT). Rushton trains teachers at schools and keynotes at conferences around the world on affordable technology, the power of multimedia, and the professional perspectives and experiences of teachers at all levels.

Part 2 - 2016 Transportation Supervisors CEP "Nuts and Bolts" - 1). School Bus Operations: Priortizing Laws, Regulations and Rules

February 19, 2016

Sgt. Michael McLaughlin, Michigan Department of State Police - CVED, will explain how to prioritize laws, regulations, and rules that deal with conflicting or similar transportation circumstances or situations.