State Strategies to Develop Teacher Capacity for Personalized, Competency-Based Learning

By Dale Frost, Maria Worthen, and Susan Patrick
February 16, 2018

This issue brief outlines state policy recommendations and action steps to modernize educator preparation and development systems to bring student-centered learning environments to scale. To transform the K-12 education system, states must build teacher capacity for personalized, competency-based education. This brief highlights four strategies for states and school districts to prepare teachers with the skills they need for student-centered learning:

  • Identifying clear, specific educator competencies for personalized, competency-based learning environments;
  • Creating multiple, high-quality pathways to educator credentials and development;
  • Developing educator professional judgment for student-centered learning; and
  • Building assessment literacy.

This report is a must read for state policy makers and district leaders in every state.

Source Organization: iNACOL

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