The school district leader uses the plan described in the Creating a District Plan for Digital Equity micro-credential to implement two or more goals. After implementation, he or she reflects on where the plan was successful and where improvements could be made. He or she then describes modifications that will be made to the plan in the future.
Implementing a District Plan for Digital Equity is the fifth micro-credential in the Digital Equity stack:
Once you’ve developed a district plan to address digital equity, you will then implement two goals from this plan. In the process, you will examine the successes and challenges of this implementation. This will function as a formative assessment as you plan for a full implementation. You will gain insight into how realistic (or unrealistic) your proposed timelines were, how integral each of your team members and partners were to its execution, and whether the measureable outcomes were achieved. After doing so, you will have an opportunity to propose modifications to your plan as you implement it in its entirety.
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 “Yes” for Parts 1, 2, and 3.
Describe two goals that you outlined in your plan and the process by which you planned to implement them. (200-word limit)
Describe the actual implementation of these goals, specifically highlighting examples of successes and challenges that need to be addressed.
Based on what you learned from implementing the two goals outlined above, describe modifications that you will make to your plan in the future.
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