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Friday, March 10 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Developing Micro-Credentials as an Assessment of Learning Tool for Teachers

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Micro-credentials can be a powerful way to recognize discrete skills of educators that are related to their practice; yet they can be challenging to develop, implement, and score. In this session, a consortium of districts will share how they partnered with NCDPI to develop common micro-credentialing systems. We will share our experiences as well as resources, and then invite you to potentially join our North Carolina Micro-Credentialing team!

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Jennifer Graham

Innovation and Strategic Development Facilitator, Cumberland County Schools
Always seeking new ideas to share with teachers and teacher-leaders in Cumberland County, NC and beyond!
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Pam Batchelor

Executive Director of Instructional Technology, Johnston County Public Schools
Pam Batchelor serves as the Executive Director for Instructional Technology at Johnston County Public Schools. She is passionate about equitable access to technology and digital learning tools to support rigorous instruction for all learners.
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Spencer Ziegler

Performance Assessment Administrator, Wake County Public School System

Friday March 10, 2023 9:00am - 9:45am EST
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