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Earn your Micro-Credential

Micro-credentials are learner-driven, just-in-time, personalized pathways of incremental professional learning experiences that have stand-alone value, but may also be combined, to verify what a learner knows, understands, and can do.

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Bringing Teams on Board to Build a Learner Centered Ecosystem

Thinking about creating a Learner Centered Environment? Who are the stakeholders that can help lead the work and what questions should they consider?

In this video, Katie Martin discusses who those stakeholder should be and the conversations that help guide the team to be leaders in creating a Learner Centered Environment.

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Universal Design for Learning

Always wanted to know more about Universal Design for Learning? What is it? How can I implement the components of UDL into my instruction?

Learners will explore the components of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) through a hyperdoc. As learners explore the components of UDL, they will note the support of UDL to Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) and MTSS (Mutli-tiered System of Supports).

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Accelerated Learning: Opportunity Myth

Ever wonder if the educational experience we are providing is enough? Are the assignments and expectations rigorous?

TNTP performed extensive research to gather answers to inquiries regarding opportunities and impact. In a quick 10 minutes hear about the nation’s current reality based on an analysis of over 20,000 pieces of student work from over 2,700 classrooms across the United States.

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Quick Learning

Check out quick reads and videos lasting fifteen minutes or less.

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Let’s Talk Title I

What questions do you have about the operation of your district's Title I Reading or Math programming? Explore some of the most common questions about Title I.

In this presentation, we will examine the regulations and requirements of Title I, Part A and answer several frequently asked questions!

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Bringing Teams on Board to Build a Learner Centered Ecosystem

Thinking about creating a Learner Centered Environment? Who are the stakeholders that can help lead the work and what questions should they consider?

In this video, Katie Martin discusses who those stakeholder should be and the conversations that help guide the team to be leaders in creating a Learner Centered Environment.

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Universal Constructs: Flexibility and Adaptability

Flexibility and Adaptability-why are they important for future learning, working and life readiness?

During this learning the key actions and components needed to be flexible and adaptable will be introduced. The What, How and Why Flexibility and Adaptability are important for student success will be explored.

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