The Northern Michigan Learning Consortium (NMLC) was founded in 1990 and includes eleven intermediate school districts. The membership serves twenty-eight counties in the northern lower peninsula.
Mission: To work collaboratively with partner ISDs to provide a continuum of essential services anywhere, anytime to LEAs utilizing technology in the development of shared curriculum, instruction, assessment, staff training and resources
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MEAP Analysis Google Doc - This document describes the content expectations that have shown up on the elementary and middle school Social Studies MEAP tests the past three years.
OBP Black and Gold - RGB.png free digital textbooks for the Social Studies classroom.

PASST Logo Small.png Up to date assessment Information from the PASST Project

Resources from the Social Studies that Sticks workshops and mini-workshops.
Resources and information on DOK in the classroom.
Information on using iBooks Author for the Mac to create beautiful interactive textbooks.
Information on how to use a program like Camtasia in a flipped classroom.
Information on the new College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework being released soon from SSACI and CCSSO.
Resources on Argumentative Writing in Social Studies
Plans created by teachers across the Northern Michigan Learning Consortium ISDs centered around a close and critical reading in Social Studies. Here you will find lessons ranging from Michigan History all the way up to high school civics, economics, world and US histories.
Resources on "Historical Thinking"
There are some assessments available for certain grade levels developed by teachers across the Northern Michigan Learning Consortium ISDs in 2009. Click the image above to learn more.


Recaps of all professional development offerings. If you're looking for resources or video tutorials, click the link above.
Information on Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium materials.

All the materials for the 2012-13 training: Empowering SS Teachers for SMARTER Balanced Assessment