Utilizing our course platform
, we will lead educators through the teacher action research process.
HRP microcredentials offer the unique opportunity to engage educators in the same, research-backed ways that engage students: self-directed pacing, purposeful work, and collaborative efforts. By tying our microcredentials to teacher onboarding, continuing education credits, leadership positions, and/or stipends, educators will be consistently engaged in practices that actually are utilized in the classroom, as opposed to a one-and-done workshop. Because these practices are user-driven, school administrators can tie specific initiatives to certain concepts.
Developing knowledge with the use of microcredentials ensures that educators are guided toward implementable outcomes that keep everyone within the values structure of the school. And because this work is evaluated, educators will receive consistent feedback to specifically improve their implementation of each idea.
This process may be used for meetings, discussions, and presentations in a school’s professional learning community. By basing staff meetings on the expertise of those in the room, educators can collaborate on what best serves their needs and what they are most interested in.
With our assistance, we will develop a strategy to rollout our teacher action research process
with your staff, such as to help build a teacher induction program or propel a new initiative in your district.
This platform is backed by extensive research in how to best initiate PD that’s relevant, engaging, and impacts educators and their practice. Learn more here
With our consultation, we will roll out and maintain contact with your district through at least three meetings: introduce the microcredentialing process; align to district initiatives and/or standards; set up mentors, groups, and individualized pathways & help educators design teacher action research questions; meet (as requested) with educators to help facilitate the teacher action research process.
Our microcredential is a great, cost effective way to engage educators in the planning they already do, while simultaneously awarding further research in one’s practice.Human Restoration Project offers all of its resources and coursework for free. In addition, we provide options for those seeking individualized assistance and support.
Human Restoration Projects believes the key to student and teacher engagement is not in specific one-and-done workshops or PowerPoints, nor is it in specific strategies. Instead, we focus on systemic change
. We’ve laid out twenty systems
centered around human-centered, progressive education.
No matter your situation, we will work with your district to analyze its current practices, prepare a report on how to create more human-centered systems, and help guide administrative and staff toward implementing these changes. Our microcredential is a great, cost effective way to engage educators in the planning they already do, while simultaneously awarding further research in one’s practice. Human Restoration Project offers all of its resources and coursework for free. In addition, we provide options for those seeking individualized assistance and support.