Professional learning is a collaborative experience and we recognize that educators may choose to work with their peers to develop the skills required to earn a micro-credential. While we encourage and support collaboration, it is important to note that in order to earn a micro-credential, every submission must be unique and reflect the efforts of the individual educator who is submitting it. The following guidelines / reminders will help you as you work towards earning a micro-credential:
1. Work collaboratively with peers by constructively exploring and testing out ideas.
2. Develop and gather evidence of your competency and share with peers for constructive feedback against rubrics in the micro-credential.
3. Submit your own individually developed / created portfolio of evidence (written responses, annotations, and collected artifacts)
4. Do not submit any evidence that is a duplicate or near duplicate of another educators submission.
5. Submissions will be denied if duplicate or near duplicate evidence is submitted.