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21 Things 4 Students is Project-Based Curriculum
21Things4Students is Project-Based Curriculum for Grades 5-9, supports MiTECS competencies
The REMC Association’s 21Things4Students (21T4S) project just keeps getting better!  Over the summer, the project-based website was updated and moved to its new URL
Learn about Open Educational Resources
Learn about Open Educational Resources: Attend #GoOpen with OER Roadmaps Training, Oct 19
Plan now to attend the #GoOpen with OER Roadmaps Training on October 19 at Ingham ISD. Participate in the five-hour overview training of the #GoOpen Michigan site, Collabrify Roadmaps, and learn how Computational Thinking integrates into all grades and content areas.
Dive into OER Training
Dive into OER Training: help us build a statewide OER network!
Educators are getting started with Open Educational Resources, called OER. To provide support, the REMC Association is offering “Dive into OER” with the goal of building a statewide network of advocates and facilitators to train peers. These individuals will learn about OER and the #GoOpen Michigan website during a two-day workshop, and then share this information within their school communities.
K-12 Computer Science Summit, October 25
The K-12 Computer Science Summit is coming to Detroit, October 25
The K-12 Computer Science Summit is almost here!  Don't miss this opportunity to explore Michigan’s newly-adopted Computer Science Standards with a host of experts!
Autumn Learning Opportunities
Autumn Learning Opportunities
Now is the time to register for your choice of professional learning and networking opportunities available this fall across Michigan. Choose from a variety of timely topics covering Makers, OER, education technology, and more. Schedule your learning now before winter weather arrives, making travel difficult.
Register now for REMC’s free Virtual Courses in November
The leaves are starting to turn and the days are getting shorter. Grab your PSL and enroll in a free REMC Virtual Course! Here’s your opportunity to earn 10 free SCECHs without ever leaving your classroom. No substitutes, and no paperwork required. 
The Regional Educational Media Center Association of Michigan promotes the transformative use of technology and provides Michigan schools with access to educational resources to help teachers increase student success.

The REMC Association is made up of 28 Regional Educational Media Centers operated through intermediate school districts, working through local programs and services and collaborating together on relevant statewide projects. As a catalyst for innovation, the REMC Association promotes equity and supports achievement and quality teaching through its collaborations as well as through leadership, future thinking and the visionary use of technology.

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