Presentation Title

Minnesota’s (K-12) Digital Curriculum

Presenter Information

Marc Johnson, ECMECCFollow

Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

Over 185 districts in Minnesota are collaborating to create a full digital curriculum aligned with the Minnesota Academic Standards for grades 3-12 in the core content areas. The Minnesota Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum (MPCC) is producing high quality courses that everyone owns, shares, and can update easily with new information. Collaborating districts also receive teacher training for developing and assembling digital curriculum, and incorporating digital resources into classroom instruction. Find out how you can use, participate and influence the creation of curriculum which will be reviewed for effectiveness, rigor, and the inclusion of diverse perspectives.

Keywords

digital curriculum, standards, Minnesota, K-12

Related Website

http://courses.oermn.org

Audience Focus

K-12

Start Date

7-29-2015 1:45 PM

End Date

7-29-2015 2:45 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Marc Johnson is Executive Director of East Central Minnesota Educational Cable Cooperative (ECMECC), a telecommunications & technology cooperative of 14 K-12 school districts in East Central MN. He is also on the executive steering committee for the MN Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum.

Comments

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For Additional Information:

MPCC Website - http://mncollaborativecurriculum.org/ (More information available here about all aspects of our project)

MPCC Course Website - http://courses.oermn.org (Moodle site with information and access to some sample content)

Presenter Contact Information

Marc Johnson - mjohnson@ecmecc.org - @marccjohnson - http://www.ecmecc.org - http://mnedtech.blogspot.com

Creative Commons License

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Jul 29th, 1:45 PM Jul 29th, 2:45 PM

Minnesota’s (K-12) Digital Curriculum

Over 185 districts in Minnesota are collaborating to create a full digital curriculum aligned with the Minnesota Academic Standards for grades 3-12 in the core content areas. The Minnesota Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum (MPCC) is producing high quality courses that everyone owns, shares, and can update easily with new information. Collaborating districts also receive teacher training for developing and assembling digital curriculum, and incorporating digital resources into classroom instruction. Find out how you can use, participate and influence the creation of curriculum which will be reviewed for effectiveness, rigor, and the inclusion of diverse perspectives.

http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/minnesota-elearning-summit/2015/program/30