Colleen Robison, a Middle School Teacher from Fruitport Community Schools presented 4-22-15 on how she uses Google Forms for Student Assessment. 30 minute Adobe Connect Webinar Recording Contact Colleen at: email@example.com View a copy of her Google Presentation Get more info on the Weekly Webinars page.
On April 15, 2015 Jerry Johnson from Muskegon Public Schools presented the first Wednesday Webinar. His link to his presentation can be found here: http://bit.ly/LOTLWedWebTwitterPD. An archive of his 30 minute presentation can be viewed here. A folder of resources from Jerry's previous Twitter workshops can be found at bit.ly/twitterpdlotl14 Join the Wednesday 8:00 PM Mich Ed chats using #miched Follow Jerry Johnson on Twitter @jer_johnson8842 View the schedule for all the webianrs on the Weekly Webinar page - linked from the menu on the left.
Wednesday Webinar Series starts April 15 - 4:00 - 4:30 pm with Jerry Johnson, Twitter for Professional Development. Go to http://remc.adobeconnect.com/lotl/ and click guest and enter your name. For more details, click here (open as a Google Doc.) Future topics
The Muskegon Area ISD is proud to present the Second Annual Learning on the Lakeshore Conference to be hosted August 18, 2015 at the Muskegon Community College. The keynote is Michigan Educator, Jay Gross. Over forty break‐out sessions include: Google Classroom, Formative Assessment, Genius Hour, Twitter for PD, Digital Sharing, Finding the Right Tool and much more! Click here to register
Please consider apply to present at the Learning on the Lakeshore Conference on August 18, 2015 at Muskegon Community College. Click here to apply to present. Deadline to apply is Wednesday, April 3, 2015.
There will be three types of 45 minute long breakout sessions:
We are pleased to announce that the second annual "Learning on the Lakeshore" conference is coming Tuesday, August 18. A call for presenters will be sent in late February/early March and registration will likely open in mid-April.
We are excited to share that our keynote speaker is Jay Gross, a high school teacher from Shepherd. He is a dynamic speaker whose passion for students and the use of technology is clearly evident. He has presented at MACUL, MI Moodle Moot and at conferences as far away as Oklahoma.
Welcome to the Learning on the Lakeshore site. This site hosts information about the annual Learning on the Lakeshore Conference and professional development resources to support West Michigan educators using technology resources to improve teaching and learning.