Subject Area

Course Partner

Educator Evaluation in MI: Preparing for Summative Evaluation

Subject Michigan Department of Ed

Description

Educator Evaluation in MI: Preparing for Summative Evaluation

Price:

$0

Credit Hours:

2

Credit Type:

SCECH

This course is focused on growth; specifically on identifying areas in the evaluation cycle for teacher involvement and ownership.

Credit Hours: 2

Educator Evaluation in MI: Measurement of Student Growth

Subject Michigan Department of Ed

Description

Educator Evaluation in MI: Measurement of Student Growth

Price:

$0

Credit Hours:

3

Credit Type:

SCECH

This course introduces the learner to Educator Evaluation in Michigan, and focuses on the measurement of student growth for evaluation purposes, including: student growth, legislative requirements, current practices, selecting assessments, the student learning objectives process, and interpreting data.

Credit Hours: 3

Educator Evaluation in MI: Unpacking the Framework

Subject Michigan Department of Ed

Description

Educator Evaluation in MI: Unpacking the Framework

Price:

$0

Credit Hours:

2

Credit Type:

SCECH

The goal of this module is to identify tools and strategies that support educators to better understand their evaluation framework as well as collaborative opportunities to support professional growth.

Credit Hours: 2

Educator Evaluation: Self-Assessment and Goal Setting

Subject Michigan Department of Ed

Description

Educator Evaluation in MI: Self-Assessment and Goal Setting

Price:

$0

Credit Hours:

2

Credit Type:

SCECH

In this course, educators will learn the importance of self-assessment, goal setting, and educator growth and development plan development. They’ll engage in self-assessment and set SMART professional development goals.

Credit Hours: 2

Educator Evaluation in MI: Preparing for Formative Review

Subject Michigan Department of Ed

Description

Educator Evaluation in MI: Preparing for Formative Review

Price:

$0

Credit Hours:

2

Credit Type:

SCECH

This course empowers teachers to lead their own professional growth in collaboration with effective teacher teams.

Credit Hours: 2

Educator Evaluation in MI: Evidence of Reflective Practice

Subject Michigan Department of Ed

Description

Educator Evaluation in MI: Evidence of Reflective Practices

Price:

$0

Credit Hours:

2

Credit Type:

SCECH

This course explores collecting evidence and artifacts as an aspect of reflective practice to support professional growth.

Credit Hours: 2

MEMSPA: Understanding Your Title I Part A Program

Subject MEMSPA Department

Description

Understanding Your Title I Part A Program

Price:

$99

Credit Hours:

12

Credit Type:

SCECH

This course is recommended for administrators and teacher leaders.

The educator will demonstrate the intended use and allowability of applicable Title I, Part A targeted or schoolwide funds, align each component required for Title I, Part A schools with their school improvement plan, and establish and/or enhance Title I, Part A planning processes for replication annually.

Credit Hours: 12

MEMSPA: Developing Your Personal Mission

Subject MEMSPA Department

Description

Developing Your Personal Mission

Price:

$99

Credit Hours:

12

Credit Type:

SCECH

This course is recommended for administrators and teacher leaders.

This course is brought to you by MEMSPA. School leaders will examine the need for reflection and intentionality in leadership, develop and articulate a statement of personal mission, and provide evidence of the work that was done during this process. School leaders can earn the “Developing Your Personal Mission” micro-credential upon successful evaluation of the artifacts submitted as evidence. This micro-credential is designed to be part of the Leadership Mission and Vision Stack. It can stand on its own, but it is designed to support the work contained in the Leadership Mission and Vision: School Vision for Learning Micro-credential as well.

Credit Hours: 12

MEMSPA: School Vision for Learning

Subject MEMSPA Department

Description

School Vision for Learning

Price:

$99

Credit Hours:

12

Credit Type:

SCECH

This course is recommended for administrators and teacher leaders.

This course is brought to you by MEMSPA. School leaders will consider the key components that go into a mission statement and the purpose that statement brings to the school community. The leader then works collaboratively to develop the mission, values, and core beliefs that will be at the center of creating a school vision for learning. Through the process, the leader assesses his or her own assumptions, researches the current literature, analyzes case studies, and ultimately implements a plan that reflects a vision of learning in their school. School leaders can earn the “School Vision for Learning” micro-credential upon successful evaluation of the artifacts submitted as evidence. This micro-credential is designed to be part of the Leadership Mission and Vision Stack. It can stand on its own, but it is designed to support the work contained in the Leadership Mission and Vision: Developing Your Personal Mission Micro-credential as well.

Credit Hours: 12

STEM.org Online Certification

Subject STEM Department

Description

STEM.org Online Certification

Price:

$202.50

Credit Hours:

24

Credit Type:

SCECH

STEM.org Certified™ is the world’s most trusted, self-paced Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) teaching course for both certified and non-certified educators. This practical, online training program carefully studies curriculum standards and the latest in STEM pedagogy. Participants learn how expectations of program functionality are changing and what techniques can ensure success. STEM plans are then crafted to build momentum towards personal and organization-wide unifying STEM goals.

  • Earn a digitally-encrypted employment credential
  • Access 1,000+ pages of editable K-12 STEM lessons
  • Expand the STEM competency level of your students
  • Gain insights on the latest trends in STEM education
  • Connect with a global, alumni base of STEM educators
  • Share your accomplishment on social media
  • Build a strong, dedicated team using growth plans
  • Enhance organizational knowledge and STEM skills
  • Improve STEM communication through common language
  • Increase efficiency and reduce STEM program costs
  • Credit Hours: 24

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 9

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 9

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    3

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 9 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. The focus of Essential 9 is on utilizing ongoing observation and assessment of children’s language and literacy development to inform education choices for students. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 3

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: K-3 Essential 9

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: K-3 Essential 9

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    4

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 9 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Grades K to 3. The focus of Essential 9 is on utilizing ongoing observation and assessment of children’s language and literacy development to inform education choices for students. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Grades K to 3.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, every day could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum ‘standard of care’ for Michigan’s children.”


    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.


    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 4

    Understanding the Modern Military

    Subject Counselor

    Description

    Understanding the Modern Military

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    5

    Credit Type:

    Counselor SCECH for Military Options

    Students and families need guidance from school counselors on the full range of career and education opportunities available to them after leaving school. The military offers vast opportunities and pathways for students based on their interests and needs. This course will help counselors gain valuable knowledge about military career and education opportunities and help them to support students and families as they explore military careers.

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 8

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 8

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    3

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 8 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. The focus of Essential 8 is on ensuring students are provided an abundance of reading materials and reading opportunities in the classroom. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 3

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 10

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 10

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    3

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 10 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. The focus of Essential 10 is on collaborating with families to promote literacy. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 3

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 5

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 5

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    3

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 5 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. Essential 5 is focused on teaching letter names, letter-sound relationships, and how letters are shaped and formed. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 3

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 6

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 6

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    3

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 6 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. The focus of Essential 6 is on research- and standards-aligned writing instruction. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 3

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 7

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 7

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    3

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 7 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. The focus of Essential 7 is on extending conversation skills with students. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 3

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 3

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 3

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    4

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This module covers Essential 3 of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. the basis of Essential 3 is interactive read alouds with a comprehension and vocabulary focus. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 4

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 4

    Subject Early Literacy

    Description

    Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Pre-K Essential 4

    Price:

    $0

    Credit Hours:

    4

    Credit Type:

    SCECH

    This course includes the Early Literacy Project Foundations module as well as the Essential 4 module of the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten. Essential 4 is focused on building phonological awareness. This module is part of a series of modules covering the Essential Instructional Practices in Early Literacy: Prekindergarten.

    The Essential Instructional Practices were developed with support from a grant from the Michigan Department of Education by the Early Literacy Task Force, a subcommittee of MAISA’s General Education Leadership Network. The Early Literacy Task Force’s Executive Summary describes the Essentials as “Research-supported instructional practices that can have a positive impact on literacy development. The use of these practices in every classroom, everyday could make a measurable positive difference in the State’s literacy achievement. They should be viewed, as in practice guides in medicine, as presenting a minimum “standard of care” for Michigan’s children.”

    Participants in this module will view a series of content presentations which provide detailed information on what is included in each essential and the research that supports them. The content presentations are accompanied by classroom videos that demonstrate each essential in practice. Reflection activities are included to support learners in checking their understanding and applying what they have learned to their own practice. To complete the module, participants must view all presentations and videos and complete all reflection activities.

    Although this module can be completed individually, teachers are strongly encouraged to work through this content with the support of their district or ISD literacy coach.

    Credit Hours: 4

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