Earn Civics Education Micro-credentials with BSU!
The BSU College of Continuing Studies and the College of Education and Health Sciences are excited to offer enhanced curriculum and supporting resources for K-12 educators to be better prepared to engage their students in civics education through earning micro-credentials focused on civic learning! The new digital credentials are designed to help teachers to increase their own civics learning in order for their students to achieve the civics education learning targets in the revised curriculum frameworks.
Earning these micro-credentials will help teachers plan for engaging students in civics through:
> Experiencing the democratic process in Massachusetts cities and towns
> Exploring historical and current contexts related to civics learning
> Planning for action civics projects and activities
> Developing a classroom environment fostering civic engagement through student empowerment and action to test ideas and engage with local government and community organizations.
How to Earn Your Credential
- Explore the options and select a micro-credential.
- Click on your desired micro-credential badge.
- Click on "Digital Badge information button" and complete form.
- Click on "Resources, Submission Guidelines, and more" button at the bottom of page.
- Review each of the sections, then explore Resources to review content and complete the assignments for submission.
- Complete the work and submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualification & Submission Guidelines
To qualify for this micro-credential, please send documentation of all completed requirements along with your full legal name to email@example.com. Once your submission has been reviewed and it has been determined that you have fulfilled all of the requirements, you will receive an email from the Acclaim system about claiming your badge.
Facilitating Controversial Conversations in K-12 Classrooms
Historical Influences on the American Charters of Freedom
Massachusetts Cities and Towns Today and in History
Raising Multiculturally Kids in the Classroom (Pre K-6th Grade)
Teaching State and Local History with The Massachusetts Chronicles