Federal Policy, Modernize HEA
Reimagining Credentialing in Partnership with Higher Ed
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The webinar will begin by setting some policy context about key trends in educator credentialing, before delving into a specific case study of an innovative new Master’s program developed in partnership between online learning leader Southern New Hampshire University and education design lab 2Revolutions. Participants will explore how this program seeks to ensure educators experience the future of learning through a robust competency framework and a limited “seat time” expectation. Finally, participants will consider how we might redesign our credentialing programs so that they support the future of educator learning.
- Adam Rubin, Founder and Partner, 2Revolutions, @rubin_adam
- Ali Brown, Principal, 2Revolutions, @Ali_W_Brown
- Wendy Baker, Head of Graduate Studies, Southern New Hampshire University, @Baker7Wendy
- Natalie Truong, Policy Director, iNACOL, @ntruongedu