The Tennessee Department of Education

A Phased Approach to Implementing Competency-based Professional Learning

The Tennessee Department of Education worked with BloomBoard to design a phased approach to implementing micro-credentials that allowed for effective asynchronous collaboration and aligned to the key competencies they identified. Feedback from educators shows that they value the flexibility, personalization, and job-embedded nature of micro-credentials. Download the case study to learn more.

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School District of South Milwaukee

Aligning Incentives to Personalized, Competency-based Learning

In Wisconsin, due to new licensing language, many districts have moved away from automatic step increases for educators based on educational credits and advanced degrees. Learn how the School District of South Milwaukee piloted a new process leveraging competency-based micro-credentials to help teachers advance on the salary schedule while honing high-quality educational practices.

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Dysart Unified School District

Creating a Shared Vision for Personalized, Competency-based Learning

Dysart Unified School District provides a number of professional learning opportunities ranging from essential training to peer mentoring and full day learning summits. To further complement these offerings, the district set out to provide educators with more personalized learning experiences that would allow them to explore their passions while providing opportunities to move up the salary schedule, thus increasing teacher satisfaction and retention.

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