For more information about Future Ready, please go to http://www.futureready.education.
Keynote speakers and breakout sessions were aligned to the Future Ready School's framework, and encouraged school leaders and administrators to learn more about the initiative. Admin20.org is the online community-of-practice network for TICAL and the Summit. Continuing networking and conversation will take place on this site, as well as individual connecting between attendees and presenters.
View the archived recordings: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCx_koXHZwvG6rsZ7aT-xODaMeEfekZnc
March 15, 2016, 1:00 - 1:45 PM PDT
Educators earn credentials at the beginning of their careers, but they learn new skills every day. A micro-credential system provides teachers with the opportunity to gain recognition for skills they master throughout their careers. Karen Cator, President and CEO of Digital Promise, will provide you with an "executive summary" of the concept of badges and micro-credentials, what they accomplish, and how to implement them—with plenty of time to respond to your questions.
From 2009-2013, Karen was Director of the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education, where she led the development of the 2010 National Education Technology Plan and focused the Office’s efforts on teacher and leader support. Prior to joining the department, Cator directed Apple’s leadership and advocacy efforts in education. Read more about Karen.
Strategies for Managing Digital Resources: Simple Tools for Curating Content; A Reflection from SBAC Field Testing; Mobile Technology and the Common Core—Strategies for Addressing ELA Standards; and more. Find them here.
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