Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups

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Special Interest Groups provide members who have similar interests a way to share information and learn from one another. Consider joining one of these SIGs that are devoted to providing personalized learning opportunities. SIGs also host Preconference half-day or full-day workshops for the MACUL annnual conference designed to give participants a chance to take a deep dive into the tool or content being covered.

Leadership

MACUL is growing! The Special Interest Groups will be holding their annual meetings during the 2017 MACUL Conference. If you are interested in becoming more involved – joining a SIG Steering Committee is a perfect first step! For more information, and to be contacted by the SIGs of your interest(s), please fill out the form below.

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SIG Articles

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Use it Better: Personalizing learning in online/blended settings

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SCRUM a dub dub!!! In the education tub!

There is a buzz out there regarding the concept of collaboration and working together to provide a synergy in a group project. This buzz...
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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: Using Open Educational Resources in Your Classroom

Understanding how to use technology effectively in your classroom is an exciting adventure, but can be incredibly overwhelming. Most teachers want to develop their...
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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...