Certified Future Skills Educator Program

The Certified Future Skills Educator program is for educators who want a deeper experience with Future Design School’s Future Skills approaches to teaching and learning. Teachers who earn designations below are able to leverage Future Design School Curriculum to grant micro-credentials to students through our Student Certification Program.

Become a Certified Future Skills Educator in

Professional Development

Become part of a professional learning community with like-minded educators, who are looking to bring future skills to their classroom. With your cohort, you will learn to leverage powerful methodologies, make connections to the real world, and receive ongoing implementation support from Future Design School facilitators.

Not only will you leave this program with comprehensive curriculum to implement in your classroom, you will also have the ability to grant micro-credentials to students upon completion of the program. These programs all give you greater insight to Future Design School’s methodologies, and provides you with the opportunity to be considered for our Future Design School Local Activator program or become a Future Design School Certified Facilitator

Student Impact

This professional development opportunity not only develops your future skills, but your students as well. In signing up, you will receive a future skills course that you can run directly with students in your classroom. Give your students the opportunity to:

  • Earn micro-credentials to build portfolio or resume

  • Develop skills to solve meaningful real-world problems

  • Create impactful change in the local or global community

Competencies Developed

Computational Thinking

Computational Thinking

Design Thinking

Design Thinking

Global and Future Vision

Global and Future Vision

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking

Communication

Communication

Collaboration

Collaboration

Creativity

Creativity

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