Momentum in Micro-credentialing
The New Era of Educator Growth and Advancement
Micro-credentials have been rising in popularity over the past few years. Fourteen states have launched micro-credential initiatives as well as hundreds of districts across the country. While many think of micro-credentials as an alternative form of professional development, they are being leveraged for so much more.
In this webinar, you’ll hear how three organizations are incorporating micro-credentials into their educator talent management strategies to help recruit, retain, and develop effective educators. Each will discuss how they are implementing micro-credentials, not just as a mode of professional learning, but as the building blocks for career advancement, certification, and licensure. By the end, you’ll walk away with a better understanding of how micro-credentialing works, why states are building incentives for them, and the implementation and structural changes required to make a shift towards micro-credentialing.
Director of Educational Programs
Lakes Country Service Cooperative, Minnesota
Chief Academic Officer
Louisiana Department of Education
Director of Educator Effectiveness
Arkansas Department of Education
American Institute for Research (AIR)
This webinar was originally presented on Education Week, sponsored by BloomBoard.