Participants earning BloomBoard micro-credentials / units work in multilingual communities and schools. When earning, “Authentic Implementation” is the key to practice, growth, and the demonstration of competency.
When facilitating a group of learners, who are learning in a language other than English, rather than creating an inauthentic learning experience, artifacts in languages other than English may be submitted, and an English translation is not required. Artifacts include; student work, student assessments and assignments, audio/video recordings in the classroom of instruction, and parent-facing resources.
Artifacts and annotations developed by the participant to demonstrate their competency must be in English. Artifacts include; teacher reflections, lesson plans, completed templates, and all annotations.