Getting started with micro-credentials

Micro-credentials provide educators an opportunity to earn recognition for the specific skills and competencies they learn throughout their careers.

An educator can identify a specific skill for which they want to earn a micro-credential, submit the required evidence of their competence, and have it assessed by a trained reviewer. If the reviewer assesses the evidence favorably, the grantor will award that educator a micro-credential, which can be shared in the form of a digital badge. If the educator does not successfully demonstrate competence, the educator will receive feedback.

Some states and districts offer formal professional development credit for micro-credentials. 

  BloomBoard now offers graduate-level credit for hundreds of micro-credentials.
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