Online Instructional Resources - MiTECS Resources

*Please note this list is not exhaustive – it is a small compilation of suggestions as to where to access supplemental MiTECS materials 

Grade Level(s)  

Description  

Site  

Cost  

K-5 MiTechKids - Short lessons, ideas, and resources for integrating technology in the K-5 classroom curriculum. These are aligned with the Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for students (MiTECS) and support the content areas of math, reading/writing, science, and social studies. REMC Free

1-12

MiTECS Scenarios - The MITECS support learning in all content areas and allow for the integration of technology across content areas and grade levels. The focus for the competencies is on learning, harnessing the power of technology when appropriate. Technology is not seen as a standalone discipline, subject, or content area. Through the implementation of the MITECS, technology supports an integrated cross-curricular approach to learning. The competencies also support critical thinking, personalized learning, and deeper learning in all content areas. Additionally, the MITECS support rigor and depth in math and science.

 

GoOpenMichigan/REMC

Free 

3-5 

Exploring Computational Thinking - a resource repository compiled by the ISTE and Google partnership.

Free 

5-9 

21 Things for Students - activities that integrate technology into the middle school classroom. Lessons help build knowledge and learn new tech skills for the 21st century. 

REMC

Free 

6-12 

Applied Digital Skills by Google for Education - Ready-to-use video lessons that teach digital skills that have immediate, real-life application. 

Applied Digital Skills

Free 

6-12 

Microsoft Digital Literacy - Learn how to effectively use devices, software, and the internet to collaborate with others and discover, use, and create information. 

Microsoft

Free