NEA micro-credentials

NEA created NEA Micro-credentials—to make it easy for all educators (teachers and education support professionals alike) to access professional learning opportunities throughout our careers.


WHAT IS A MICRO-CREDENTIAL? 

A micro-credential is a short, competency-based recognition that allows an educator to demonstrate mastery in a particular area. NEA micro-credentials are grounded in research and best practice and designed to be:

  • Personalized: You can create your own learning journey, based on your interests and career goals; gaps in your skills; and the specific needs of your students, school, and district.
  • Flexible: You can study when it’s convenient for you, alone or with your peers.
  • Performance-based: Unlike “sit-and-get” certifications, NEA micro-credentials are awarded based on demonstrated mastery of the subject matter, not just for showing up.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MICRO-CREDENTIALS


HOW DO I VERIFY MY NEA MEMBERSHIP?

* NEA Micro-credentials are currently not approved for reclassification credit, but we continue to work with the HIDOE to make this an option in the future.

Registration Required


  1. To register for a course an account must be created.  This is a different account that the one used for HSTA.org.

     

  2. Courses take a few days to be placed on this site after they have been posted on PDE3. If it is close to the course’s start date and the course title is not listed here, the course is full.

     

  3. If you have not updated your contact information for NEA and HSTA in the last year, please use this link: https://www.hsta.org/news/recent-stories/update-your-contact-information-with-hsta-online/ to update your information.

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