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

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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