I am working towards (slowly, I know) the CMALT qualification – Certified Membership of the Association for Learning Technology.
CMALT is a “portfolio-based professional accreditation scheme developed by ALT (the Association for Learning Technology) to enable people whose work involves learning technology to:
- have their experience and capabilities certified by peers;
- demonstrate that they are taking a committed and serious approach to their professional development.
CMALT holders are learning technology practitioners, teachers and researchers from across the educational and commercial sectors.
I have found the shared/public portfolios of successful candidates a huge boost to my own self-esteem and progress, of which a few are linked below:
- Sarah Horrigan
- Stephen Powell
- Zak Mensah
- Kevin Brace
- Tom Franklin
- Kirsten Thompson
- Anna Armstrong
- Gemma Witton
If you are already in the process of working on your CMALT portfolio, please drop me a line, perhaps we can help each out. If you have already completed it, and want to share your work then please do so here too.
- Association for Learning Technology
- Certified Membership of the Association for Learning Technology
- David Hopkins – CMALT blog posts
Update: July 2011 – I have done it, I have signed up and am now building my portfolio for assessment, collating the evidence required and investigating who would be willing to be my assessor from peers and colleagues.