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REL Northeast & Islands Webinar: Micro-credentialing and Teacher Professional Learning
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October 17, 2018

Time: 1–2:30 p.m. Eastern

Location: Webinar

Description: As district leaders seek new and improved ways to advance educator professional development, many are considering incorporating micro-credentials into their districts’ professional learning systems or are in the early stages of piloting them. This webinar will provide evidence-based information on micro-credentials and how best to use them to support teacher learning. The webinar also will present lessons learned from early adopters about the design and implementation of these programs.

If you cannot attend the live event, register at the link below to receive an email when a recording of the webinar is available online.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Professional Learning and Development Research Alliance

Audience: The primary audience for this webinar includes district leaders who make decisions about professional learning and development programming. The webinar will also be relevant to state-level leaders who provide guidance and support to districts related to professional learning, as well as to researchers, teachers, school principals, and others interested in learning about micro-credentialing.

Speakers: Jennifer Kabaker, Director of Educator Micro-credentials, Digital Promise
Jill Snell, Resource Teacher, Office of Organizational Development, Baltimore County Public Schools
Dr. Candice Bocala, Senior Research Associate and Alliance Co-Lead, REL Northeast & Islands
Nicole Breslow, Associate Project Director and Alliance Co-Lead, REL Northeast & Islands

Pradipti Bhatta
(617) 618-2470
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