SIG Professional Learning
SIG PL has a number of efforts taking place this year to provide all of our members with more opportunities to learn and grow, and to help us support other teachers who are trying to incorporate technologies into their instruction and student learning. This year’s efforts include: offering the Action Research Award, offer webinars for profession learning, web resources to enhance teacher learning.
SIG Professional Learning supports educators involved in providing professional learning opportunities in the effective use of technology in teaching and learning.
2018 Spring Newsletter
Topics include: Ideas for the 2019 pre-con, Toolkit for OER(Open Educational Resources), New Committee Members/Officers and more!
2019 MACUL Conference
March 20 – 22, 2019
This is the 43rd annual conference at the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI.
**FULL DAY WORKSHOP** Project Based Professional Learning (PBPL): Igniting Inquiry and Curiosity in Adult Learners with PBL and Technology Integration
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Myla Lee, Instructional Coach and PBL Specialist, Novi Community Schools; Rich Dixon, Director of Online Learning, Buck Institute for Education, and Mary Wever, STEAM and Technology Educator, Waverly Schools
Using Google Classroom as a PD Launchpad
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Janice Kato, Instructional Technology Specialist, Saginaw ISD, Google for Education Certified Trainer & Matthew McCullough, Director of Innovation in Teaching and Learning at Schoolcraft Community Schools
Designing or Renovating your Makerspace
1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
DEMCO interior design team, and Nicholas Provenzano, Makerspace Director University Liggett School
Space is limited for the workshops, so be sure to register early! They are not included in the main conference package and must be registered for separately.
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Want to Get Involved?
Please email one of the SIGPL officers.