Republished with permission from Heather Clayton Staker|10/26/2020
What’s the best way for school leaders to equip teachers with the skills they urgently need to transform their instructional model?
For years many educators have longed for a more personalized, competency-based, student-driven learning model to replace the traditional classroom. This year, remote/hybrid learning has created unprecedented demand for finally taking that call seriously.
In the ideal, educators would have a modular solution for PD–one that lets them order up the specific skills they need, in a simple way, at an affordable price. In this show, Heather Clayton Staker shares her latest research from the Christensen Institute that proposes a way forward for making that vision for PD possible.
What You Will Discover
- Why modularity is the aim for the next generation of PD
- The three requirements for true modularity
- How micro-credentials could provide modularity
- 66 competencies for student-centered teaching
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