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The REMC Association of Michigan is pleased to announce the opening of registration for its Blended Learning in the Classroom course pilot. In this FREE 10-week professional development course classroom teachers to learn about and implement blended learning into your classroom.
This is a rigorous learning experience during which you can expect to spend about 6-10 hours per week online followed by the application of newly learned concepts and strategies in your classroom. If you're up to the task, sign up now! The pilot course has 10 different sections. Each section is limited to 10 registrants. Section start dates are available from September 24 to October 3, 2012. To register click HERE or go to http://www.solutionwhere.com/remcam/cw/showcourse.asp?15.
The Blended Learning in the Classroom course provides training and sustained support to transition your classroom into a blended learning environment. The course is based on research and teaches effective strategies to implement highly effective blended learning. The course kicks off with a meeting with your instructor. Much of the course will be asynchronous (at your pace) within individual modules, with due dates for completion of each module.
The REMC Association of Michigan, founded in 1969, is a non-profit organization comprised of the 28 Regional Educational Media Centers operated through intermediate school districts. The Centers collaborate to promote equity and quality teaching and learning programs that support student achievement. Visit remc.org/projects for more information about REMCAM projects.