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  • Education Policy Center at MSU

    Location:

    210 Erickson Hall, 620 Farm Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824

    Description:

    The Education Policy Center in MSU's College of Education provides timely, credible, and non-partisan policy research and analysis to key audiences in Michigan's education policy system. The center gives priority to activities that support and inform policy debate and development in the Legislature and the Michigan Department of Education. It supports activities that foster informed discussion and understanding of educational issues for broader audiences, including Michigan businesses, professional educators, and local school boards and their communities.

  • Education Research Reports

    Description:

    MSU's College of Education has issued many Education Research Reports to legislators, educators, and others across the state. The annual series of reports describes research that spans the four College departments and is of particular interest to K-12 educators and policy makers. The research reports provide a citation to the specific article and/or its location on the World Wide Web for those wishing more information. The reports are mailed monthly during the academic year to about 900 educators, legislators, deans, and friends of the College.

  • Educational Technology (NP) Endorsement

    Location:

    The courses can be completed in hybrid format (online and on MSU's campus); fully online; or oversees

    Description:

    For students in the State of Michigan who are K12 educators, the Educational Technology (NP) Endorsement can be added to either an elementary or secondary certificate. Teachers holding this endorsement are considered well-prepared to teach introductory computer-related classes for which no specific endorsement is needed. These classes include (but are not limited to) — Computers, Computer Literacy, Keyboarding, Word Processing, Computer Applications, Web Design, and Introduction to the Internet.  The NP Endorsement consists of the seven courses; they do not have to be taken in sequence and can be completed online, hybrid, or overseas.

  • Educational Technology Certificate Program (Online, Hybrid, and Overseas)

    Location:

    Hybrid: face to face and online; overseas; online

    Description:

    This graduate-level credential in technology integration prepares educators who work with students in a range of educational settings to help students become powerful digital-age thinkers, makers and problem solvers. In just one or two semesters, you will acquire foundational knowledge and skills that will transform your thinking about how, why and when to integrate a range of digital technologies to support student learning.

    We give you choices that fit your needs. You can take classes online. Our hybrid summer cohort blends face-to-face and online learning. Our overseas program offers four weeks of face-to-face learning.

    The Graduate Certificate in Educational Technology:

    • 9 credits, 3 courses – CEP 810, CEP 811, CEP 812
    • signifies that students have foundations in theories and practices of technology integration  in educational settings
    • can be completed as a stand-alone credential or as a part of the MAET degree program or other university degree programs.
  • Educational Technology Masters Degree Program: Hybrid Format (July - August 2018)

    Dates:

    • On Campus at MSU: Monday, July 9 through Friday, July 20 (Weekends Excluded)
    • Online: Saturday, July 21 through Thursday, August 16
    • Back for Final Celebration Day at MSU: Friday, August 17

    Location:

    Classroom component located on campus in East Lansing, MI

    Description:

    Each summer, two cohorts of educators are welcomed to MSU's campus for two weeks of  face-to-face learning. After these two on-campus weeks, students return home to complete four more weeks of learning with their cohorts online. At the end of the summer, all students return to campus for one day to present their best work, and to share in celebrations of their successes. The cohort model allows students to forge strong professional connections to a group of colleagues who are working through a common set of courses together.

  • Elementary Business Chinese CD-ROM

    Description:

    MSU's Center for Language Education And Research (CLEAR) has developed a Business Chinese CD-ROM which is a computer-based, interactive courseware for elementary business language. The software uses multimedia elements (sound, photographs, and text) to engage students in a variety of activities with an emphasis on oral communication.

  • Elementary Urban IPM Curriculum

    Description:

    This resource provides teachers with background information, hands-on activities, worksheets and resources to help them engage students in real-world learning about Integrated Pest Management. Lessons can be used for a whole year, or as individual activities.

  • Emerging Leaders Program for Aspiring K-12 Principals (July 2018)

    Dates:

    July 11 - 13, 2018

    Location:

    College of Education at Michigan State University, 620 Farm Lane, Erickson Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824

    Description:

    For nearly 21 years, MSU’s Emerging Leaders Program has been providing potential school principals an opportunity to explore in detail the knowledge, skillsets and mindsets required to be a successful leader in today’s complex educational environments. This intimate, 3-day experience connects emerging educational leaders with highly successful assistant principals, principals and superintendents. Together, they explore the joys and challenges inherent in the principalship.

  • Engage Summer Institute for Global Studies: Teaching Through Stories (June 2018)

    Dates:

    June 18 - 22, 2018.  8:30 am - 3:00 pm

    Location:

    303 International Center, MSU, East Lansing, MI  48824

    Description:

    Are you interested in incorporating Africa, Asia, and Latin America more effectively into your classes? This free workshop is open to K-12 educators with priority given to mentor teachers of MSU interns. During this five day workshop, area experts will use the power of stories to provide deeper insight into the history, economy, culture, and topical issues of a place. College of Education experts will provide teachers with pedagogical support for internalizing current curriculum or creating new materials. Upon successful completion of the summer institute, teacher participants will receive a $200 stipend, free curricular resources, and 30 SCECHs.

  • Engineering Design Day (December 2017)

    Dates:

    December 8, 2017

    Location:

    Engineering Building, 428 S. Shaw Lane, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 48824.

    Description:

    At the end of each semester, the MSU College of Engineering celebrates the achievements of its students by hosting Design Day, where student teams exhibit their design projects and compete for awards. Design projects are pervasive throughout the engineering curriculum, and all ten of the MSU engineering academic programs are represented at Design Day, including freshmen through senior level classes.

  • English Language Center

    Location:

    A-714 Wells Hall at MSU

    Description:

    MSU's English Language Center, in the College of Arts and Letters, serves not only international MSU students who need to improve their English language skills but also individuals who are not seeking a degree at MSU but who want to improve their English skills.

  • Evaluating Complex Scholarship in Today’s Academy (June 2018)

    Dates:

    June 1, 2018.  8:00 am - 5:00 pm.

    Location:

    Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, 219 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, MI  48824

    Description:

    This one-day workshop looks at best practices associated with evaluating reappointment, promotion, and tenure packages in today’s academy.

    • Features talks by national experts Dr. Julie Thompson Klein (Wayne State) and Dr. Holly Falk-Krzesinski (Elsevier) on national trends in scholarly evaluation
    • Provides information about local best practices at the unit and college levels
    • Fosters cross-campus discussion of scholarly evaluation standards and practices
    • Supports unit administrators in reflecting on their unit RPT by-laws and practices
    • Provides ideas and resources for evaluating new trends in scholarship and new contacts who can support continued reflection on RPT standards.

  • Experience Chinese: Language and Culture Learning Resources and Programs

    Location:

    Available in Confucius Institute, Michigan State University

    Description:

    Confucius Institute at Michigan State University (CI-MSU)offers a wide range of online and face-to-face programs and activities for K-12 students and adults to learn Chinese and experience China. CI-MSU develops high quality Chinese language and cultural education programs and disseminates them world-wide through innovative uses of technologies.

  • Exploring Africa K-12 Curriculum

    Location:

    Description:

    Exploring Africa is an educational web-based curriculum and resource site developed for use in a classroom setting. Materials developed for Exploring Africa fulfill social studies and humanities national- and state-level standards and benchmarks for global education and the study of Africa. Exploring Africa includes:

    • A five-unit (25-module) comprehensive interactive curriculum that focuses on Africa through the social sciences and humanities.
    • Separate teacher and student pages.
    • A current events page with a new feature story developed each month.
    • Printable resources.
    • Country fact sheets.
    • Links to African newspapers and radio stations.
    • Links to quality Africa-related websites.
  • Facilitative Leadership Workshop (September 2018)

    Dates:

    September 11 - 13, 2018. The workshop begins at 9:15 a.m. on day 1 and ends by 3 p.m. on day three. There are evening sessions on both the first and second days. The schedule does not accommodate participants being absent during the training to attend events or meetings off-site. Please plan accordingly.

    Location:

    Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Dr, Tustin, MI 49688

    Description:

    Facilitative leadership helps build the capacity of a group or organization to use the collective gifts of its members. It seeks to coordinate the actions of members, strengthen relationships, and enable the group to meet its goals.

    The goal of the class is to provide experiential grounding in leading groups to have more effective and efficient meetings and work together in a positive and productive way. During the workshop participants practice skills in leading a group discussion, reaching consensus, encouraging creativity, setting outcome-based goals for meetings, keeping a group focused, and creating action plans. Every participant facilitates during the workshop and receives extensive written and verbal feedback from the instructors and colleagues in the course. All practice facilitations are based on real-world situations brought in by the participants.

  • Folk Arts in Education - A Resource Handbook II

    Description:

    Folk Arts in Education: A Resource Handbook II examines the state of folklife and folk arts in education projects around the U.S. with sample curricula from over 50 exemplary programs for youth in educational settings in K-12 schools, youth-serving organizations arts and humanities councils, museums, and cultural heritage and folk arts nonprofit organizations.

    Folklife programs in schools and after-school programs bring young people in touch with their communities, their ethnic identities, the authentic cultural expressions of their own families and others through direct participation and ethnographic methods using photography, video, radio, audio recordings, exhibitions, festival, and residencies with tradition-bearers. A web resources section links educators to folk arts programs nationwide.

  • Foreign Language Diction for Choral Conductors (July 2018)

    Dates:

    July 7 - 8, 2018.  9:00 am - 5:00 pm.

    Location:

    219 Music Practice Building, East Lansing, MI  48824

    Description:

    In this interactive workshop, choral directors will utilize standard works from the choral repertoire to review the pronunciation of Italian, German, and French using the International Phonetic Alphabet and will learn effective strategies for teaching foreign language diction in the choral setting. Can be taken for credit: MUS 891; Sec 306 [1 credit]

  • Foreign Language Writing Resource Bibliography

    Description:

    MSU's Center for Language Education And Research (CLEAR) offers a bibliography of resources for the teaching of foreign language writing on their website. The target audience for this bibliography is foreign language teachers who are interested in expanding pedagogical techniques for teaching foreign language writing and researchers wanting to find empirical research on specific topics.

  • French Immersion Teacher Workshop (April 2018)

    Dates:

    Saturday, April 14, 2018.  9:00 am - 12:00 pm. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Location:

    Wells Hall, MSU, East Lansing, MI, 48824

    Description:

    These language workshops focus on teaching methodology, cultural content, resources for teaching, practicing the target language, and networking. 

    Dans cet atelier interactif, vous allez découvrir les écoles en France et au Québec à travers des thèmes tels que le calendrier scolaire, y compris les vacances, l’emploi du temps des élèves au lycée, les options possibles après le lycée, etc. N’hésitez pas à partager vos questions à l’avance!

    Nous partagerons notre présentation, avec des plans de leçon et des activités d’écoute qui incluent des enregistrements avec des Français et des Québécois.

    No SCECHs are offered for this workshop.

     

     

  • G. Robert Vincent Voice Library

    Location:

    100 Library, MSU, East Lansing, MI, 48824.

    Description:

    The G. Robert Vincent Voice Library is a collection of primary source sound material, found mainly in speech, performance, interview, and lecture format. The collection, stored primarily on reels of magnetic recording tape, contains the voices of over 100,000 persons from all walks of life. Items represent, in most cases, a migration from other recording formats, off-air broadcasts, or Voice Library original recordings. New items are mastered digitally and a retrospective digital re-mastering of existing analog recordings is underway. About 15,000 digital sound files have been created. Most items held in the public domain are available online in mp3 format.

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