Impacting the future of Developmental Education in Michigan.The MDEC October 2017 Conference will be held at Delta College in Bay City October 12-13!
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Dr. Daniel T. Willingham, MDEC Fall 2017 Conference Keynote Speaker

MDEC is excited for the Fall 2017 conference, Fostering Self-Regulated Learning with Research-Based Best Practices, to be held October 12-13, 2017, at the Delta College Planetarium in Bay City, Michigan. Regular attendees for the conference will have until Oct. 1st to get a discount. Please CLICK HERE for the conference registration form. 

BOOK A ROOM AT THE DOUBLETREE HOTEL, BAY CITY BEFORE SEP. 28 TO GET THE SPECIAL REDUCED RATE!

 

MDEC is pleased to announce that the upcoming conference will feature keynote speaker, Daniel T. Willingham, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Virginia, and best-selling author of Why Don’t Students Like School? If you have not yet had a chance to read Dr. Willingham’s research, please take a moment to peruse it here. You can also find Dr. Willingham on social media here, or you can view some of his YouTube videos such as Learning Styles Don’t Existhere. Dr. Willingham was appointed by President Obama to serve as a Member of the National Board for Education Sciences, and he is the author of several well-known books on education.

NADE Accreditation: The Right Decision for the Current Time

MDEC supports NADE Accreditation! A workshop is scheduled now confirmed to run at the October 2017 MDEC Conference for Thursday, October 12, from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM at the Delta College Planetarium, room 114. The cost to each participant is $250. If you are interested in attending the institute, please contact MDEC President, Alex Goudas by email at: alexgoudas@delta.edu.


MDEC 2017 was held at Kalamazoo Valley CC from March 23-24, 2017. Click here for more details, and click here to see pictures.

MDEC was pleased to feature keynote speaker, Dr. Stephen D. Brookfield. Dr. Brookfield presented “Creating Classrooms to Foster Survival & Success.”