The EdHub for Community and Professional Learning is the School of Education’s center of online learning for families, community advocates, educational professionals, and policy makers. The mission of the EdHub is to catalyze a global community committed to ensuring that all students experience the joy, power, and love of learning.
We want tweens to thrive online, and we want parents/caregivers to have tools for supporting that journey. This symposium offers learning, conversation, and activities about healthy online behaviors.
The EdHub is hosting a town hall to discuss the ongoing teacher shortage in Michigan: the challenges of recruitment and retention, complications from the pandemic, and possibilities for the future.
We, the M4RS group, will curate readings on culturally sustaining teaching for Indigenous students based on participants' interests.
The UM SOE Advanced Education Technology Certificate is a competency-based teacher certification aligned with the ISTE Standards for Educators—the national standard in K–16 teaching with technology.
This program allows learners to take 5 courses focused on educational innovation. Those who complete this course and are admitted to the SOE are granted advanced standing for a master’s degree.
Explore inquiry-based and local space/place based teaching and learning, data, and data literacy within secondary science education.
Explore IBL and PBL in secondary mathematics. Algebra and geometry examples and pedagogical lesson planning considerations will be provided.
Explore how to create equitable and supportive learning experiences for K-12 multilingual students in virtual and hybrid environments.
Explore educational responses to trauma and harm that center anti-racism, healing justice, restorative practices, and collective care.
This self-paced workshop is targeted at school district leaders who are interested in developing a fluid continuity of learning between school learning and home learning using a blended approach.
Resilient teaching means facilitating learning experiences that are responsive to disruption, focusing on dynamic learning contexts that may require new ways for students, content & tools to interact.
The course introduces computational thinking ideas, including real-world cases to illustrate how computational thinking can solve complex problems, and a student project to apply these concepts.
Learn why ambitious teaching and learning may be the key to global educational improvement and how to put it into practice.
Learn leading strategies for educational innovation to improve practice, raise student performance, and reduce achievement gaps.
Learn how to apply principles and practices of improvement science to improve educational practice, raise student performance, and reduce achievement gaps.