Feb 22, 2018

Learner Agency : Pushing the Boundaries of Educational Possibilities in the Digital Age

By Jaclyn Stevens, M.Ed. | Digital Learning Coach, Instructional Technology Facilitator and Research Associate at […]

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Jan 22, 2018

How to Personalize Professional Learning with Micro-credentials

Many have written about the potential micro-credentials represent for changing professional development as a process. […]

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Dec 13, 2017

Betting Small, Scaling Big: What Does Blended PD Look Like?

Hyde County Schools, located in eastern North Carolina, is working closely with The Friday Institute […]

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Nov 9, 2017

Pedagogy in Practice: Giving Space for Reflective Practice

We all know the importance of reflecting on our practice, but it’s difficult to carve […]

Sep 12, 2017

Equipping Students with the 4Cs through Micro-credentials

This blog was originally posted by Digital Promise By | Lauren Acree Educators know that […]

Sep 7, 2017

Managing a Complex Change in Today’s Schools Requires A Learners Mindset

By Darren Hudgins and Nancy Mangum  | @dhudgins @nmangum In recent years, the role of a […]

Aug 28, 2017

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Highlight Key Elements for Success in Personalized Learning

Three schools select different paths to success Charlotte, NC – Today The Friday Institute for […]

Aug 7, 2017

Equity implications of educator micro-credentialing systems

By | Lauren Acree and Alison Graham Over the past few years, micro-credentials (MCs) for […]

Jul 24, 2017

3 Practical Implications for Social Media and the Classroom

By Douglas Price, 6th Grade Teacher at Voyager Academy Social Media: every students’ obsession and […]

May 5, 2017

Voices From the Field | NCDLCN and The Super 7

By: Donna Wells | Burke County Schools | Instructions Technology Facilitator My name is Donna Wells. I […]