The district team will leverage human capacity, identify actionable strategies and next steps, and develop a data-driven plan that would use curriculum, instruction, and assessment to support personalized learning in schools.
The Future Ready Schools: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment micro-credential is part of the Planning with Purpose stack of the Future Ready Schools micro-credentials. It is designed to support district teams as they build data-driven plans to lead change in their districts using the Future Ready Framework.
The Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment gear states that future-ready districts have curricula and instruction that are standards-aligned, research-based, and enriched through authentic, real-world problem-solving. Students and teachers have robust and adaptive tools to customize learning, teaching, and assessment, ensuring that it is student-centered and emphasizes deep understanding of complex issues. Assessments are shifting to be online, embedded, and performance-based. Finally, data and associated analysis serve as building blocks for learning that is personalized, individualized, and differentiated to ensure all learners succeed.
The items in the following section detail what must be submitted for evaluation. An educator will need to receive a “yes” evaluation for Parts 1, 2, and 3 to earn the micro-credential.
Please submit the following artifacts:
Describe how the data inform your district’s approach to becoming a Future Ready School in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. How will you build internal capacity to implement the plan for the Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment gear moving forward?
The Future Ready Schools micro-credentials were developed with support from the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at North Carolina State University.
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