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Monday, July 29 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
What are Microcredentials and How Might They influence my Practice in Wyoming

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This presentation will explore the emerging concept of micro-credentials and their use in providing personalized professional development to teachers and educators in the state of Wyoming. Participants will learn the definition of micro-credentials, be provided examples from the field, and will be introduced to Wyoming specific micro-credentials that they may earn following the session. In addition, faculty from the University of Wyoming will share their experiences and lessons learned from piloting the first PTSB supported micro-credentials in the state. 


Dr. Tiffany Lynn Hunt

University of Wyoming
Tiffany L. Hunt is a faculty member in the Special Education Program at the University of Wyoming. Dr. Hunt's research interests include bullying and students with disabilities, school violence, social and emotional disabilities, special education leadership, competency based learning... Read More →

Dr. Richard Carter

Assistant Professor, University of Wyoming
Richard Allen Carter, Jr. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling, Leadership, Advocacy, and Design (CLAD) at the University of Wyoming. Richard earned his doctoral degree at the University of Kansas, specializing in Instructional Design, Technology, and Innovation... Read More →

Monday July 29, 2019 2:00pm - 3:15pm MDT
UW Conference Center - Salon C