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New Michigan history course available in Michigan LearnPort

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A new, flexible, facilitated course for elementary teachers, Michigan History for Third Grade Teachers, is available in Michigan LearnPort.

This course allows users to take some or all the course content, any time that works for them, in a facilitated environment that provides feedback from experts and colleagues.

Michigan History for 3rd Grade Teachers covers the period from the glaciers to 1837 by featuring important elements in and significant contributions to Michigan achieving statehood.

Users will explore and learn more about relevant topics and develop resources suitable for classroom use about a wide variety of subjects.

The course pairs high-quality digital content with a Facebook group to enable sharing and collaboration that enhances and extends the learning experience. The consists of four distinct modules: Native Peoples of Michigan; The French in Michigan; Michigan in Transition; and The Shape of Things to Come and Fighting for Michigan.

About Michigan Virtual

Michigan Virtual is a private, nonprofit Michigan corporation established by the State of Michigan in 1998 to serve as a champion for online learning. It is the parent organization of the Michigan Virtual for Students and Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute.

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About Michigan Virtual

Michigan VirtualĀ is a nonprofit educational organization that is leading and collaborating to build learning environments for tomorrow. Driven by student success, we have a strong record of supporting Michigan education that spans more than two decades. While many know us for our research-based, quality online learning options for students and professional development for educators, we also do a great deal of work behind the scenes to conduct original research, test innovations in learning, and provide consulting partnerships to promote effective practices. Education is changing faster than ever. Discover new models and resources to move learning forward at michiganvirtual.org.

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