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REMC Microcredential Program

About REMC Microcredentials

The REMC Microcredential Program provides educators with digital, shareable acknowledgment of professional learning that targets a specific skill or topic. Earning a microcredential certifies that you have learned new skills, applied them in your practice to impact student learning, and reflected on the process.

Earning a Microcredential

The process of earning a REMC Microcredential involves: 

  1. New learning: Complete a minimum of 27 hours of learning related to one pathway.
  2. Application of learning: Apply your new learning in your practice.
  3. Reflection on learning: Reflect on your learning and growth.
  4. Demonstration of change in practice: Create an artifact that demonstrates your growth.

How You Might Use a Microcredential

  • Demonstrate qualifications in a non-certifiable teaching area, such as Computer Science.
  • Provide evidence of continued mastery in the profession of teaching, which is often shared and documented during the evaluation process.
  • Exhibit application and reflection of learning within classroom practices.
  • Utilize as evidence towards fulfilling a district's or building's personalized professional development hours.

More Information

To learn more about this program, access the Google DocREMC Microcredential Program Information document. Complete the Google FormsMicrocredential Registration form to sign up to participate.

Microcredential Pathways

REMC offers a variety of Microcredential pathways.  Each pathway is designed to focus on unique competencies to strengthen learning through technology integration. Current pathways are listed below with a link to learn more.

  • Category: Promoting Learner Agency
    • Goal Driven Growth with Digital Resources
    • Leveraging Technology for Engagement & Collaboration
  • Category: Learning Environments
    • Blended and Online Learning
    • Design and Implement an Online Learning Environment
  • Category: Supporting Learners in a Digital World
    • Design and Computational Thinking for Computer Science
    • Digital Literacy & Citizenship
    • Using OER for Teaching & Learning

For more information email:

Melinda Waffle
Professional Learning
Coordinator