This stack is designed to provide educators with the tools to provide equitable learning experiences through personalized, competency-based learning.

What You'll Demonstrate

You will demonstrate the essential components of student ownership and competency-based learning through learning pathways, learner profiles, and flexible learning environments.

Who Should Apply

  • P12 educators
  • Instructional coaches
  • Interventionists
  • Administrators
  • Education support professionals


Analyzing Classroom Routines

The educator demonstrates an understanding of various classroom processes and procedures in multiple grade-level settings.

Celebrating Goal Progress

The educator facilitates the process of learners celebrating their progress in or mastery of goals.

Creating Standard Operating Procedures

The educator creates standard operating procedures (SOPs) with learner input.

Designing Learner-Centered Spaces

The educator intentionally designs and utilizes space and tools within the learning environment to support personalized learning.

Engaging Students in Self-Assessment

The educator engages students in self-assessment of their learning to build learner ownership.

Establishing A Shared Vision

The educator guides students through a process to establish a classroom shared vision.

Facilitating Learner Agency

The educator facilitates learner agency in the choice of the demonstration of mastery.

Facilitating Learner Led Conferences

The educator facilitates a learner-led conference and provides a video of the conference and an analysis of the results.

Implementing Choice for Learners

The educator implements learner choice for accessing and engaging with material.

Monitoring Independent Goals

The educator facilitates the process of students self-monitoring their progress on goals.

Planning Learner Led Conferences

The educator plans a learner-led conference event.

Planning for Student Self-Assessment

The educator plans for students to be able to self-assess their learning to build learner ownership.

Setting Independent Goals

The educator provides ongoing opportunities for learners to independently set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and timely (SMART) goals.