Educator develops reflective documentation skills by capturing student work and using captured moments as tools to assess and better understand learning and growth.
Documentation comes in many forms. It involves using the tools with which you are most comfortable to create a record of your work and asking questions of the created artifacts. Ideally, this would be an integral process of the classroom, in which you and the learners (and any classroom guests) document their work and processes. Practice these processes yourself, and then encourage your learners to take part in the documentation process as well. The ability to document in a reflective way is an important skill for learners to develop, and it also connects to K-12 standards related to communication, technology, digital media. Explore the Partnership for 21st Century Education’s Framework for 21st Century Learning for more information.
Following are the items you must submit to earn this micro-credential and the criteria by which they will be evaluated. To earn the micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1 and 3 as well as a “Yes” for each component in Part 2.
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