NEA has partnered with Citizen U®, as part of the Barat Education Foundation Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) program grant, to develop a series of micro-credentials. These microcredentials, developed in conjunction with other
TPS Consortium members, are designed to help educators better integrate inquiry learning with primary sources into instruction across grades and disciplines using a variety of frameworks and strategies. Access Citizen U Microcredentials here.
Attendees receive a certificate of completion that can be added to professional portfolio or presented to local human resources for potential clock hours. Microcredentials do not automatically award CPD credits; please check with your human resources
department before enrolling in microcredentials. Some microcredentials award a digital badge once you have earned it.