Micro-credentials and the Future of Professional Learning for Educators
April 26, 2017, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Rhode Island Convention Center
Join us as CCE and Rhode Island teachers reflect on our Assessment Literacy and Performance Assessment micro-credentials pilot program, examining the value of micro-credentials in educator professional learning. During this free event, funded by a grant from the Assessment for Learning Project, we will discuss:
Micro-credential Design: Process and Product
The Learner Experience: Drivers and Barriers
Micro-credentials and Adult Educators
Policy Implications: Micro-credentials and Our Professional Learning Systems
Envisioning an Equitable Future Through Personalized Learning
May 23, 2017, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
This event, held in partnership with The Boston Foundation, will bring educators together to learn more about personalized learning that is happening in Massachusetts now, and think about how we can shape the future of education across the state. Breakout sessions will highlight what personalized learning looks like in the classroom, with schools presenting on strategies including project-based learning, competencies, and student advisories. A lunch panel will feature local leaders and policymakers discussing what do we need to do to bring personalized learning to all students in MA. The keynote speaker, Ron Berger of EL Education, will be presenting on authentic learning.
This is a free event. A light breakfast and full lunch will be served.
Summer Institute is our Quality Performance Assessment program's annual convening - where our highly-trained staff work with educators to develop their assessment literacy and build their capacity to implement performance assessment systems and accompanying performance tasks in their schools and classrooms.
The Essential Personalized Learning Institute is a 3-day workshop facilitated by our highly-trained staff who will work with teachers and administrators to create an action plan to bring personalized learning practices to their school or district. Participants will explore CCE's Five Principles, collaborate with like-minded educators from different schools and districts, and experience personalized learning pathways in a professional development setting.