Education Week (10/20, Doran) reports in its “Digital Education” blog that a study by non-profit Digital Promise found that, once they were informed of the opportunity to do so, nearly two-thirds of teachers polled responded that they would be at least “somewhat likely” to pursue micro-credentials. According to Peter Grunwald, author of the study, the micro-credential method of improving teachers’ skill sets is more efficient than lectures and noted that the study demonstrates that educators are likely to pursue micro-credentials not only for career advancement but more so to be able to better serve their students.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Study: Teachers Willing To Earn Micro-Credentials.
Posted by Room #18 at 6:35 AM