The District team will leverage human capacity, identify actionable strategies and next steps, and develop a data-driven plan that would use space and time to support personalized learning in schools.
The Future Ready Schools: Use of Space and Time 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 Use of Space and Time gear points out that student-centric learning requires changes in the way instructional time is used. There are new opportunities for using in-school and out-of-school time and for leveraging approaches such as competency-based learning to make learning more personalized and accessible. These new opportunities employ technology to meet the needs, pace, interests, and preferences of the learner. Future Ready Use of Space and Time is made possible through innovative technology that assesses student learning, manages learning, engages students, disseminates content, and provides the infrastructure to encourage flexible, anytime, anywhere learning opportunities.
The items in this 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 assessment data informed your district’s approach to becoming a Future Ready School in Use of Space and Time? How will you build your internal capacity to implement the plan for the Use of Space and Time gear?
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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