Micro-Credential Catalog

We will begin by creating a stack of 5 micro-credentials focused on the Engaged, Technology-Enabled Classroom, capturing what our teacher leaders have learned about integrating technology into their instructional practices. It begins with an introduction to two basic blended learning techniques: the flipped classroom and the station rotation model. The learner then progresses to an explicit strategy for engaging students with gamification techniques, and concludes with strategies for creating a healthy blended classroom culture, focusing on nurturing student voice and choice and applying project-based learning techniques. Engaging digital content will introduce learners to the concepts. Participants will then be asked to demonstrate competency in applying those concepts through authentic projects that integrate with their day-to-day teaching work. An experienced practitioner will provide virtual support to facilitate learning.

Because we do all new program development in partnership with our members, we will look for your feedback on what we should develop next from you!

 
 

Micro-Credential Descriptions

Flipped
Educator incorporates various methodologies for instruction delivery, supporting an active-learning environment that shifts the ownership of learning from the educator to the student.

Station Rotation
Educator creates differentiated learning communities within the classroom, integrating both technology and station design.

Gamification
Educator utilizes gamification to present information or content, producing an effective educational environment.

Authentic Project-Based Learning Assessment
Educator creates an authentic assessment that can be seamlessly integrated into a real-world project-based learning experience. 

Student Choice and Agency
Educator creates an environment that encourages students’ level of control and autonomy over their educational experience and provides choice to allow student voice. 

Interested in a different credential?  Share your thoughts on what we should develop.