The New Currency for Educator Advancement

Photo of Heather Clayton StakerPhoto of Alicia Sells from iLead Academy  Photo of Burak Yilmaz, Harmony Public Schools

Photo of Jason Lange Photo of Christy Mahaney, Volusia County Schools Photo of Meg Roa, Volusia County Schools

Micro-credentials have been trending in recent years as a competency-based form of professional learning and certification. As more and more districts adopt micro-credentials, much is being learned about how they can truly improve professional learning systems.

In this webinar, you’ll hear four district leaders discuss why their organizations are leveraging micro-credentialing, not just as another way to obtain credit hours, but as a currency for career advancement. From pre-service and induction programs to STEM designations and teacher mentor programs, you’ll learn about the various ways districts are using micro-credentials to re-think educators’ career pathways and how competency-based professional learning is making a meaningful impact across their organizations.


Featured Experts

Heather StakerHeather Clayton Staker
Founder of Ready to Blend
Co-author of Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools
Christy MahaneyChristy Mahaney
Professional Learning & School Improvement Specialist
Volusia County Schools
Alicia SellsAlicia Sells
Manager & Founder of iLEAD Academy
Director of Innovation at Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative
Burak YilmazBurak Yilmaz
Project Director
Harmony Public Schools
Meg RoaMeg Roa
Professional Learning & School Improvement Specialist
Volusia County Schools
Jason LangeJason Lange
President and Co-founder


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