Have you checked out Keystone AEA’s Micro-Credentials?
What are Micro-credentials? Micro-credentials are just in time, asynchronous, small chunks of professional learning experiences that will demonstrate proficiency in a specific skill. Keystone AEA’s vision is to promote learning so educators can apply their learnings in their practice, collect evidence, and demonstrate their competence.
New! High Leverage Practices are a roadmap for student success that benefits educators and families. There are four interrelated areas (Collaboration, Assessment, Social/Emotional/Behavioral Practices, and Instruction) for educator practice and they are broken into 22 practices educators should be taught and mastered. Keystone has developed five new micro-credentials to help professionals explore these practices. It is recommended that learners start with the “High Leverage Practices: Overview” course before exploring the other micro-credentials offered in the High Leverage Practices areas of Assessment, Collaboration, Social/Emotional/Behavioral, and Instruction. (https://exceptionalchildren.org/)
If you need license renewal credits, check out the cohort dates to register. Or feel free to use this content to collaborate with a team to complete these for your own learning.
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