Educator uses a tracking tool to examine how time is used in his/her classroom and/or school schedules in order to identify areas that might be redesigned to allow for more effective learning opportunities for students and/or teachers.
This demonstration of competency will be accomplished by completing one of the tracking tools to determine how time is currently used by students and/or teachers. The educator will examine the data and consider scheduling opportunities that might be used to redesign learning structures to better meet the learning needs of students and/or teachers.
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To complete this micro-credential, choose one of the time trackers below OR another you may be familiar with:
To earn the micro-credential, you must receive a passing evaluation for Parts 1 and 3 and a “Proficient” or higher for each component in Part 2.
Activity Description (300-word limit):
Your artifact submission will be assessed based on the following rubric. You must earn an overall “proficient” or higher score on this portion of the total submission in order to earn the micro-credential.
Please respond to the following (500-word written reflection or 7-10 minute audio recorded reflection):
Please respond to the following questions (500-word maximum):
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