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Thursday, April 27, 2017

MACUL Conference

MACUL Conference
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Pre-con Spotlight: Using Creativity to Transform Your Formative Assessments

Formative assessments are a great tool for teachers and for students as they engage in the learning process. We know they help us monitor...
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Pre-con Spotlight: Mentoring Online Students: Conversations to Support Improvement

Online learning is an awesome opportunity to serve students in unique and individualized ways. But it requires students take a new approach to learning...
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Pre-con Spotlight: Tools and Tips for Online and Blended RTI and MTSS

Online and blended learning methods serve as a great learning option for many students. Students are able to learn in a personalized fashion, with...

Ten Newbie Tips for Success – 2017 MACUL Conference Preview #2

Newbie? No Problem! #LEARNINGforward Among the thousands of MACUL Conference attendees each year are hundreds of first-time attendees. Besides having never attended the MACUL’s annual...
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SIG INC Pre-Conference Workshop with Heather Gauck

Please join SIG INC in welcoming Heather Gauck to our pre-conference session stage! Heather is an educator in the Grand Rapids Public Schools and...
Leadership Mindshare

Leadership Mindshare

Be sure to join our next Mindshare Event! Register for Mindshare – Continuing the Conversation on March 15, 2017 at the MACUL Conference in Detroit,...
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SCRUM! Creating a Student-Centered Environment with Effective Teamwork

Collaboration through effective teamwork is key to creating a student-centered learning environment. Working together is not an innate skill. Students were not born knowing...
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2017 MACUL Conference Preview #1

#LEARNINGforward March weather in Michigan is always a bit dicey, isn’t it? It could be nice, but you can’t plan on it! Picture yourself walking...