Current Statewide REMC Projects
MI Tech Kids - Short lesson, ideas, and resources for integrating technology in the K-5 Classroom. Curriculum aligned to the Michigan Integrated Technology Standards for Students (MITECS). Make sure to check out the Task Cards!
21 Things for Students - Activities, and projects that help middle school students become knowledgeable about information literacy and digital citizenship skills with a focus on internet safety. This can be used as a full semester turn-key curriculum.
iPads in Action - featuring an in-depth look at iPad basics, settings, built-in and other applications, along with insights from Michigan educators that help you teach every subject in ways that kids really get.
Mi Streamnet - our video hosting platform that allows educators and students access enriched and enhanced educational content. The platform also supports integrated quiz features while watching video content.
Classroom Makers - this is a great project that helps educators understand the pedagogical uses for "maker" in the classroom, how making things align with Michigan standards, and how to implement the ideas with students.
Go Open Michigan (#GoOpenMichigan) Toolkit - This toolkit helps you learn more about what open education resources (OER) are and why OER are valuable for teachers and learners.
Digital Citizenship Toolkit - designed to support educators as they help students recognize the rights, responsibilities, and opportunities of living, learning, and working in an interconnected digital world, and they act in ways that are safe, legal, and ethical.
Media Literacy Toolkit - designed to support educators as they introduce students to the process of finding, organizing, using, producing, evaluating, and distributing information in a variety of media formats.
Statewide Bid Project
REMC statewide bids are a service of local REMCs, intermediate school districts, and the REMC Association of Michigan. This program has been established through the rules and regulations of the State Board of Education that enable schools statewide to aggregate volume purchases, resulting in saved tax dollars and staff time.