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Gary Chapin shares lessons learned from the micro-credential pilot in Rhode Island, where educators gathered to revolutionize personalized teacher learning.
CCE's blog team gathers to think about why they do the work that they do each day.
Considering the subtleties of epistemology in the context of performance assessments could help teachers assess students with more care and accuracy.
If we’re striving for competency-based, personalized learning experiences for students, then it is equally important educators to have similar learning experiences.
Gary reflects on his time at the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Conference on Personalized Learning, where he heard about how schools in Pennsylvania are using personalized learning to fill their own, unique needs.
What do you believe about kids? What do you believe about learning? Do you always act how you believe?
In August, Gary went out to Salem to hold a professional learning institute to assist the Oregon Department of Education in building educator capacity to pilot validated, high quality performance assessments in the classrooms. He writes about the experience and marvels at how quickly and unexpectedly we can find ourselves in the position to do great work in education