REMC Microcredential Program
The REMC Microcredential Program provides educators with digital, shareable acknowledgment of professional learning. Earning a microcredential certifies that you have learned new skills and applied them to positively impact your teaching practice and student learning in your classroom.
Ways you might use a microcredential include:
- 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
REMC offers a variety of Microcredential pathways. Each pathway is designed to focus on unique competencies to strengthen student learning through technology integration. Current pathways are listed below with a link to learn more.
- Category: Promoting Learner Agency
- Category: Learning Environments
- Category: Supporting Learners in a Digital World
Earning a Microcredential
The process of earning a REMC Microcredential for any of these pathways involves:
- New learning
Complete a minimum of 27 hours of learning related to one pathway.
- Application of learning
Apply your new learning in your practice.
- Reflection on learning
Reflect on your learning and growth, specifically areas where you worked through barriers or failure, or where you had new experiences.
- Demonstration of change in practice
Submit an artifact that demonstrates your growth through this process.