Classroom Practice (InTasc): Professional Responsibility
What You'll Learn
Classroom strategies and skills that support your classroom practice in these four areas:
  • The Learner and Learning
  • Content Knowledge
  • Instructional Practice
  • Professional Responsibility
Who Should Apply
  • K12 Educators
  • Early Career Educators
  • Mid Career Educators
  • Veteran Teachers
  • Aspiring Educators
Approximate hours each
This stack is aligned with the InTASC Core Teaching Standards and designed to support ongoing teacher effectiveness to ensure students reach college and career ready standards. The micro-credentials in this stack fall under these four categories: The Learner and Learning, Content Knowledge, Instructional Practice and Professional Responsibility.
Communicating with Stakeholders
Educator delivers an effective message to learners, families, and colleagues.
Types of Evidence Required: 3 communication plans (written artifacts), 3 annotated artifacts (pictures and written annotations)

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Continuous Learning
Educator demonstrates the impact of continuous professional development and its application on their own teaching practice adn student success.
Types of Evidence Required: written artifacts

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Reflective Practice to Improve Personal Effectiveness in the Classroom
Educator reflects on their practice to improve personal effectiveness in the classroom.
Types of Evidence Required: Written artifact, 2 SMART Goals, Written artifact,

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Technology Integration 101
Educator integrates digital tools effectively into their classroom lessons.
Types of Evidence Required: written artifacts, three student work samples

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