The requirements for earning one credit hour of graduate credit are to attend the full day of the MO Summit, participate in the sessions and online sharing of resources, and complete a lesson plan integrating what you learned. This could be a lesson at any level, including a workshop for teachers or leaders. You have 90 days from the event to complete the work and the cost is $100, payable when you register for the credit on October 10th. The cooperating partner for this credit is Lindenwood University where you can request a transcript once the work is completed, graded and submitted. You will find the template for the lesson plan, scoring guide and a place to upload your lesson on the EduationPlus Portal. http://edplus.org Click on the eplus moodle (orange icon) on the right side to find more detailed information.
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Missouri Summit featuring Google for Education
Planning Committee is made up of Missouri Google for Education Certified Innovators and in partnership with GEG (Google Educator Group) Eastern Missouri.
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